Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy


EMA will accept personal information provided by you on this site, particularly in relation to online course registration, online registration for events and from inquiries.  EMA may from time to time collect additional information about you on this web site.  Such information will only be used for the purpose of providing or enhancing EMA's products and services to you.  We will not supply your information to any third party without your prior agreement.


The EMA reserves the right to contact you regarding your attendance at our events for purposes including post-event survey, information updates, speaker materials, attendance appreciation, potential membership opportunitiesand related sponsor or marketing material.


As required by the Privacy Act 1993, we follow strict security procedures in the storage and disclosure of information which you have given us to prevent unauthorized access. Our security procedures mean that we may occasionally request proof of identity before we are able to disclose sensitive information to you.

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