This Privacy Statement (“this Policy”) applies to “NATC Limited” (“we” or “us”), which includes the New Zealand partnership as well as the entities it owns or controls. This Policy should be read in conjunction with the agreement under which you engaged us to provide services to you if we are providing services to you (the Terms). In the event of a conflict, the Terms will take precedence over this Policy.
We want you to know that we are committed to protecting your privacy and handling your personal information in a transparent and open manner.
This Policy explains how we collect, handle, store and protect personal information when:
- We provide professional services to our clients;
- You use “this Website” or provide other information to us as a non-client; or
- We perform any other activities that form part of the operation of our business.
When we refer to “this Website” we are talking about websites associated with NATC Limited. This includes;
- Pages accessed using the https://natc.co.nz/ URL that are labelled “Location: New Zealand” in the bottom right hand corner; and
Are all areas of this Website covered by this Policy?
Certain areas of this Website may have their own privacy policies that apply to personal information collected through those pages. Because of the nature of the personal information being collected (for example, information collected during the recruitment process), a separate statement may be required to provide additional detail about how we handle information collected via those pages.
What laws apply to us?
When handling personal information we will comply with the New Zealand Privacy Act 2020 (as amended from time to time) (the Privacy Act). Where applicable, we will also comply with data protection laws of other jurisdictions, such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We take our obligations under the Privacy Act and other applicable data protection laws seriously. Therefore, in addition to this Policy, we also:
- Where appropriate or required by the Privacy Act:
- include terms in our agreements with our clients that describe how we handle personal information during the delivery of our professional services; and
- include terms in our agreements with third parties that describe how we handle the transfer of personal information offshore, ensuring that such third parties are required to protect the information in a way which provides comparable safeguards to the Privacy Act.