We are committed to protecting your privacy whether you are browsing for information or conducting business with the our Company (Quality Personnel Inc.) through electronic channels. The handling of all personal information by our Company is governed by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Our Company ensures that your personal information is private, confidential and secure through the Personal Information Protection Act.
When you visit our websites, we will not collect your personal information unless you choose to use and receive online products and services that require it. For transactions with our Company involving credit cards, our Company systems use up-to-date security protocols to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of information and systems. Service providers under contract to provide online services on behalf of the our Company must follow the practices required of our Company and organizations.
You have a choice:
If you choose not to use the Internet to provide personal information to our Company or related agency, you can contact us by telephone, mail or email. (Not all options may be available in every situation.)
Collection, notice, use and disclosure
This Privacy Statement explains our current practices regarding what information our Company and related agencies may collect, use, and secure your personal information when you visit our websites. In addition, some our Company related sites may post further detailed statements related to their specific programs. Those statements supplement this Privacy Statement.
We may only collect personal information that is specifically authorized at law, or where the collection is necessary to provide you with a program or service. We collect personal information directly from you, unless another manner of collection is authorized by law.
When a our Company or related agency collects personal information in connection with providing a program or service, we provide you with a notice that explains (at minimum) the:
– legal authority for the collection
– principal purposes for which the information will be used
– contact information of a person who can answer your questions about the collection, use and disclosure of your information
A Notice may include more information than what is set out above.
We may only use personal information for the purpose it has been collected, or for a consistent purpose, unless another use is specifically authorized at law.
We may only disclose personal information where we have legal authority to do so, or where the disclosure is for the purpose that we collected the information such as providing you with a program or service.
What kind of information is collected?
When you browse or download information from our Company websites, our servers automatically collect limited amounts of standard information for traffic monitoring and statistical purposes. The information is analyzed for operational trends, performance, and for ways to improve our sites. The our Company cannot identify you from this information.
We may collect the following standard types of information:
– Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of the computers being used to access our sites
– operating systems and the types and versions of browsers used to access our sites
– Internet Service Providers used by visitors to our sites
– dates and times users access our sites
– pages visited
– keywords users enter into our search engine
– names and sizes of files requested
Our Company websites collect the above noted information to provide users with access to information and services available on our websites. Our Company computer systems use hardware and software to anonymously monitor unauthorized attempts to upload or change information at our Company websites, disrupt service, or otherwise cause damage. As a general practice, we make no attempt to link this information with the identity of individuals visiting our sites. If an attempt to damage our site has been detected, we can take further actions.
What happens when you send us personal information?
You may choose to provide us with personal or Company information such as your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and credit card number, if you wish to:
– submit an e-mail, comment, question or request or subscribe for information online
– request a service, product, or fill out a registration or licence form online
– provide feedback, participate in consultations or surveys online
– conduct e-commerce transactions with a company or agency
When you visit our Company’s website, any personal information you provide will be used to respond to your message and/or provide you with the requested service or product. The collection of personal information by our Company must be in accordance with section 38(2) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
This section of the Act requires our Company to collect only the personal information that is necessary for the administration of our Company program. At the time the information is collected, you may be informed of the specific purpose for which it is being collected.
Accessing and correcting your personal information
Some our Company online services may provide the ability for Internet users to correct their own information online. Individuals also have a right to access their personal information that is held by our Company by making an access request under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). Access is subject to limits and exceptions outlined in FIPPA.
For more information on the process for accessing your personal information, you may wish to view the Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) website: Accessing Personal Information. You can check what types of personal information may be held by our Company and related agencies by browsing the Directory of Records of our Company Services Access and Privacy website. You can request that our Company organizations correct inaccurate or incomplete information.
Our Company cares how information about our users is collected and shared. This notice describes our cookies policy. By visiting our Company of websites and digital services, you are accepting the practices described below.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files stored on your device when you visit a website. Cookies do not give us access to your hard drive and do not allow us to make changes to your device. They collect user information anonymously, allowing us to collect statistical information that provides you with a better user experience.
We do not store personal information in cookies, and we do not collect personal information from you without your knowledge.
What kinds of cookies do we use?
For our Company websites and digital services, we may use four types of cookies.
Cookies that measure website use
We use Google Analytics to measure how you use the website so we can improve it for future visits. We do not allow Google and/or any third parties to use or share the data about how you use this site.
Google Analytics sets cookies that store anonymous information about:
– how you got to the site (from a search engine, third party link, etc.)
– the pages you visit and other Company websites and digital services
– how long you spend on each page
– what you click on while you are visiting the site
– what device and browser you use to access the pages
Cookies that remember your settings
These cookies help us to remember your preferences and the choices you make when on the website. This will personalize your experience using our Company websites and digital services. For example, language settings.
Cookies that support digital services
These cookies are required for filling out forms and transactions, The cookies track your steps as you fill out a form, saving the information as you go.
You must have cookies enabled to use these services online. There are also offline options available if you do not wish to have cookies on your device.
Cookies that help with communications and marketing
These cookies, which may be set by third-party websites, use online activity to help deliver more relevant advertising. This may happen because some of our websites and digital services host third-party content (such as YouTube videos) and we use Google Analytics. We also use Google Analytics Advertising Features to help improve how we communicate with our users. For more information on Google Analytics Advertising Features, see the analytics section of our Privacy Statement. These third parties may track your online activities across other websites. We have attempted to limit the privacy impacts of third-party cookies on our Company and related websites and digital services.
How to manage your cookies settings
You can manage your cookies settings and permissions within your browser. This also applies to third-party cookies. This may affect your experience when you interact with the our Company.
The following cookies settings on common browsers can easily be changed:
For other browsers and/or additional information on how you can manage your cookies settings, check the “Help” section or support website for your browser.
The use of these tools does not allow us or our analytics service providers to identify individuals.
You can opt-out of analytics activity by setting your browser to notify you when a cookie is sent and block analytics cookies, if desired. Please consult your browser’s Help Menu for instructions. Visiting our website with analytics cookies disabled will have no significant impact on your browsing experience.
Google currently offers a free Google Analytics opt-out tool for various browsers.
Our Company ministries and related agencies are responsible for the administration of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). The Act requires our Company to protect the personal information in their possession. The Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) oversees whether our Company and related agencies comply with the access and privacy provisions of the Act by investigating privacy complaints and hearing appeals regarding access decisions made by ministries.
For more information about making a privacy complaint to the IPC, see the IPC website Filing a Privacy Complaint. For more information about appealing an access or correction decision to the IPC, see the IPC website Filing an Appeal.
In addition to the privacy rules of FIPPA the our Company has also established privacy policies and practices that also govern how we manage personal information including:
– the management of privacy breaches
– conducting privacy and security assessments when we change the way we provide programs and services or when we use contractors or agents to assist us provide programs and services
– consultations with the IPC when we develop legislation or regulations, or change programs, that involve the management of personal information
Who to contact for more information
Questions or comments regarding these practices or the administration of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) in our Company may be directed to the Information, Privacy and Policies Division of .
Our Company’s security practices are continually evolving to ensure that the integrity and confidentiality of information and systems are maintained. Our Company uses up-to-date security safeguards to protect its networks and websites from misuse, alteration, copying, disclosure, destruction, monitoring or unauthorized sharing of information and damage. Our Company’s safeguards include the use of security software and encryption protocols and involve physical, technical and procedural controls to protect information behind the our Company firewall.