NOA Website Members Area Terms and Conditions
1.2 The NOA reserves the right to alter or withdraw the service at any time, to refuse the service to any member and to amend these Terms and Conditions. If we make any changes to these terms, we will let you know as soon as possible by posting the changes on our Website and updating the date below. Any such changes will take effect when posted on the website and it is your responsibility to read the terms and conditions on each occasion you use this website. Your continued use of the website shall signify your acceptance to be bound by the latest terms and conditions.
1.3 You must be employed by an NOA Member organisation and must complete the registration procedure to use our Members Only area.
1.4 By registering for this service you agree that the details provided by you on registration, or at any time, are correct and complete. You must inform us immediately of any changes to the information that you provided when registering. You must give us your real name, phone number, email address and any other details that we may require to process your registration.
1.6 It is your responsibility to keep your password secure. We reserve the right to modify or withdraw a password at our discretion. Your password is exclusive to you. It should not be shared and must be treated as confidential. If you become aware of misuse then you must contact us immediately.
1.7 We reserve the right to:
- Decline a new registration or suspend or terminate a member’s account atany time and at our sole discretion.
- At our absolute discretion to terminate your access to all or part of this service with or without notice.
1.8 Replication of all or part of documents stored on the NOA membership is forbidden without written consent of the author. For any queries regarding this contact email@example.com.
The GDPR and Data Protection Act has strict principles governing our use of information and our duty to ensure that it is kept safe and secure. Your information may be stored using electronic or paper records, or a combination of both. All our records are restricted so that only authorised individuals have access to them. Restricted access might be through the use of technology or other environmental safeguards.
Everyone working for the NHS is subject to the Common Law Duty of Confidentiality. This means that any information that you have provided to us in confidence will only be used in connection with the purpose for which it was provided, unless we have specific consent from you, or there are other circumstances which require us to have your information.
Under the NHS Confidentiality Code of Conduct, all of our staff are required to protect information, inform you about how your information will be used, and allow you to decide if and how your information can be shared, and with whom.