b'Collection of personal information (Cont.) PRIVACY POLICY13. The school may use online or cloud service providers to storeThis Privacy Policy sets out how the College manages personal- salary and payment information, including superannuation detailspersonal information and to provide services to the school thatinformation provided to or collected by it. - medical information (e.g. details of disability and/or allergies and involve the use of personal information, such as servicesmedical certificates)relating to email, instant messaging and education andEmmanuel College is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles- complaint records and investigation reportsassessment applications. Some limited personal information(APPs) contained in the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy- employee records may also be provided to these service providers to enable themAct). In relation to health records, the school is also bound by the- photos and videos at school eventsto authenticate users that access their services. This personalHealth Records Act 2001 (Vic.) (Health Records Act) and the Health- workplace surveillance informationinformation may reside on a cloud service providers serversPrivacy Principles in that Act. - work emails and private emails (when using work email address)which may be situated outside Australia. The College may, from time to time, review and update this Privacyand internet browsing history.Access to personal informationPolicy to take account of new laws and technology, changes to other people who come into contact with the school, including 14. The schools Privacy Policy, accessible on the schools website,the colleges operations and practices and to make sure it remainsname and contact details and any other information necessary forcontains information about how parents/guardians/carers orappropriate to the changing school environment.the particular contact with the school.students may access personal information about them that is heldException in relation to employee records by the school and seek the correction of such information.What kinds of personal information does the College collectUnder the Privacy Act, the Australian Privacy Principles do not apply Disclosure to overseas recipientsand hold?to an employee record. As a result, this Privacy Policy does not apply15. The school may disclose personal information about an individualThe College collects and holds personal information, includingto the schools treatment of an employee record where the treatment to overseas recipients to facilitate for example, a schoolhealth and other sensitive information, about: is directly related to a current or former employment relationship exchange or a student overseas tour. Students before, during and after the course of a studentsbetween the school and employee. The school handles staff health 16. Where personal information is held by a cloud computing serviceenrolment at the College including: records in accordance with the Health Privacy Principles in theprovider on behalf of the school for educational and administrative- name, contact details (including next of kin), date of birth,Health Records Act 2001 (Vic.).purposes, it may be stored on servers located within or gender, language background, previous school and religion outside Australia. - medical and welfare information (e.g. details of disability and/How will the College collect and hold personal information?17. The countries in which the servers of cloud service providers andor allergies, and details of any assistance the student receivesPersonal information provided other third party service providers are located may include:in relation to those disabilities, medical reports, cognitiveEmmanuel College will generally collect personal information heldUnited States & Australia. assessments, names of doctors)about an individual by way of:18. Otherwise, it is not practicable to specify in this notice the- conduct and complaint records, or other behaviour notes, forms filled out by parents/guardians/carers or studentscountries in which overseas recipients of personal information school attendance and school reportsface-to-face meetings and interviewsare likely to be located.- information about referrals to government welfare agencies emails and telephone callsComplaints- information obtained during counselling through the College online portaleg SEQTA Engage;19. The schools Privacy Policy contains information about how- any court orders Operoo etcparents/guardians/carers and students may complain about a- photos and videos at school events. On occasion, people other than parents/guardians/carers andbreach of the Australian Privacy Principles and how the schoolParents/guardians/carers of students including: students, such as job applicants and contractors, provide personal will deal with such a complaint.- name, address and contact details information to the College.Details of the school- education, occupation and language background Personal information provided by other people 20. The school and its contact details are:- health fund details and Medicare number In some circumstances the College may be provided with personal Emmanuel College Emmanuel College - any court orders information about an individual from a third party, for example aSt Pauls Campus Notre Dame Campus- volunteer information (including Working with Children Check). report provided by a medical professional or a reference from423 Blackshaws RoadCnr Dunnings Road & Foxwood Drivejob applicants, staff members, volunteers and contractors,another school. The type of information the school may collectAltona North 3025Point Cook 3030 including:from another school may include:Postal Address:- name, contact details (including next of kin), date of birth and academic records and/or achievement levelsPO Box 5religioninformation that may be relevant to assisting the new school toAltona North Vic 3025 - information on job application meet the needs of the student, including any adjustments.- information provided by a former employer or a refereeEmail: enquiries@ecmelb.catholic.edu.au - professional development historyTelephone: (03) 8325 510040'