This website (Life Savers) is produced by Penington Institute, an independent Non-Government Organisation, and this project was funded by an educational grant from Camurus Pty Ltd. This website is maintained for your personal use and viewing. Access and use by you of this website constitutes acceptance by you of these terms and conditions that take effect from the date of first use.
This policy may change occasionally so please check this statement from time to time.
What information we collect
We collect personal information from you through any e-mails that you send us, or through information provided in the feedback form.
We also collect information automatically each time you visit the site. This information, which includes parts of the site visited, is only used as aggregate information, not as individual information.
What we do with personal information
We use personal information that you give us to answer your enquiries.
We also use the aggregate information about visitors’ site usage patterns to enable us to see how popular different parts of the site are with our visitors, helping us decide how best to further develop the site.
Who do we share information with?
We will not share any information we store about you with any third party, except for suppliers or referral agencies we use to provide services that require them to process data for us.
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