information and explains how we collect such information, what we do with it and how it is
The purpose of this policy is to outline Liverpool Glass Company’s open and transparent way
of handling personal information.
What personal information do we collect?
Liverpool Glass Company collects personal information such as names, contact telephone
numbers, contact details, home and business addresses, email addresses, payment details,
financial information, commercial credit worthiness, commercial dealings information,
insurance details and/or credit card details.
How personal information is collected
Information is usually collected as follows:
- Directly from you;
- Through contact with trade references or other credit references at any time whether
now or in the future;
- From credit reporting agencies; or
- From a business which provides credit information, reports or information relating to
your commercial credit worthiness or commercial dealings.
You warrant that the personal information that you provide is accurate, up to date and
Liverpool Glass Company endeavours to maintain a high standard of records, including the
accuracy and completeness of client’s information. To ensure this, Liverpool Glass Company
may contact its clients to ensure that their records are up to date. If your details have
changed, kindly notify Liverpool Glass Company.
How personal information is held
The information is held in both paper and electronic form for seven years. All information is
held by Liverpool Glass Company’s accounting software and backed up and saved.
If Liverpool Glass Company receives unsolicited information that is irrelevant and/or would
not have access to if solicited, and is not public information, Liverpool Glass Company will,
as soon as is reasonably practicable, destroy or de-identifty the information.
Purposes for the collection, holding, use and disclosure of the personal information
Liverpool Glass Company collects personal information when it is reasonably required for
Other reasons Liverpool Glass Company collects personal information include:
- For internal use;
- Assessing credit worthiness or credit application; or
- For debt collection purposes.
How an individual can access and correct their personal information
Your personal information may be shared internally or with third parties. Liverpool Glass
Company may disclose any or all of your personal information to:
- Parties which Liverpool Glass Company work with (e.g. subcontractors);
- A debt collection agency;
- Credit Providers;
- Solicitors; and
- Any other third parties required for legal obligations and other privacy exceptions.
Disclosing personal information to overseas recipients
Liverpool Glass Company takes your privacy seriously and does not share your personal
information with overseas entities.
If Liverpool Glass Company is required to provide your personal information to any other
third parties not mentioned above, overseas parties or in any way that is unrelated to the
scope of Liverpool Glass Company conducting its business, Liverpool Glass Company will
obtain express consent from you before disclosing or using personal information in such a
Liverpool Glass Company takes all reasonable steps to protect the security of your personal
If your security is breached and your information is at risk, Liverpool Glass Company will
notify you as soon as is reasonably practicable.
How you can complain if the Australian Privacy Principles are breached
If you believe a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles has occurred, please alert
Liverpool Glass Company immediately so the matter may be resolved as soon as is
practicable. Otherwise, a complaint may be lodged with the Office of the Australian
discretion. It is recommended that you check this policy for updates on a regular basis. Use
of the products and services provided by Liverpool Glass Company constitutes acceptance