Last Updated: January 2024
Ausmed Education Pty Ltd (ABN 33 107 354 441) (Ausmed /we/us/our) is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), and observes applicable principles of the EU and UK GDPR.
The EU GDPR is EU regulation designed to protect the privacy of EU citizens and impacts all organisations that process the personal data of such citizens, regardless of whether an organisation itself is based in the EU. The UK GDPR governs the privacy of UK citizens.
The EU and UK GDPR describe different requirements depending on how an organisation handles data subjects' personal data.
"Data Controllers" are businesses that collect customer data and also decide how, when and why that customer data is processed.
"Data Processors" are businesses that carry out the processing of customer data on behalf of a Data Controller.
Ausmed is a Data Controller in our relationship with our own customers.
We are committed to protecting and adhering to the appropriate use of personal data. In addition to Ausmed meeting the requirements of the Australian Privacy Principles, by which we are bound, Ausmed has further enhanced its policies and procedures in order to align with the EU and UK GDPR.
Below is an overview of several key things we've put in place to ensure such compliance, to the extent we are required to comply.
We maintain an internal Data Policy that outlines the process our team should follow pertaining to data and privacy matters. We have updated this document in response to the EU and UK GDPR and other relevant data privacy regulations.
If you are a customer of Ausmed based in the EU, you should be able to access, update, retrieve and remove your own personal data.
We take data privacy seriously and think the EU and UK GDPR are a great step forward for data subjects. If you have any questions regarding either the EU or UK GDPR or data privacy, please don't hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.