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Surrey Supporting PeopleUser Acceptance Policy


Surrey Supporting People Web site User Acceptance Policy


Terms and conditions

We make every effort to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up-to-date. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any loss or inconvenience caused by reliance on inaccurate material contained in this site. Links to other sites are for your convenience and do not imply Surrey Supporting People Teams endorsement of them. We cannot be responsible for any information contained on other websites.

Events

We cannot accept responsibility for events we publicise on our site that are not organised by the Surrey Supporting People Team.

Privacy

Any personal information collected from visitors to this site is used only to respond to enquiries and to monitor site usage.

Passwords and Password Protected Areas allowing submission to the website by persons other than the Supporting People Team: Discussions & Service Vacancies

By virtue of your submission to the website, you are deemed to have agreed to abide by its rules. Although the web site moderator cannot take responsibility for monitoring every message that is sent to the Web site, we reserve the right to remove items submitted which are considered inappropriate. We also reserve the right to withdraw password access.

Passwords and logins will be provided to specific persons within service provider and partner organisations. Any sharing of passwords and logins within each organisation will be the responsibility of that organisation. The security of allocated logins and passwords are the responsibility of individuals within the organisation and Surrey County Council will not be responsible for unauthorized access. You are advised to request a new login and password should you feel that the level of security of your password has in any way been compromised e.g. Staff who have had knowledge of the password leave the employment of the organisation.

Site users advertising scheme vacancies should make every effort to complete the date that the vacancy is filled or no longer applies, in order to avoid confusion.






1. PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION
All messages sent to the site must include your name and Email address. Do not represent yourself as another person. Anonymous contributions will not be accepted.

2. USE OF LANGUAGE
Messages must not be malicious or offensive. In particular, the use
of swear words or profanity is prohibited. By participating in any
discussion, you undertake to indemnify us and our employees and subcontractors against any liability arising from any obscene, defamatory,
seditious, blasphemous or other actionable statement published by you on
this site and against all damages, losses, claims and costs (including without
limitation fines and expenses arising out of or incurred in conducting or
defending any proceedings) arising from any such actionable statements.

3. CONDUCT
Your message should be within the scope of the subject under discussion/service vacancy posting.
No reference should be made to the personality of other participants in a
discussion nor should attacks be made on an individual's character.
One to one arguments, disagreements and disputes of a personal nature must
Not be conducted through the website. You should remember that you are legally responsible for what you write. By participating in a discussion, you undertake to indemnify us and our employees and sub-contractors against any liability arising from any breach of confidentiality, copyright or other intellectual property right published by you on this site and against all damages, losses, claims and costs (including without limitation all expenses incurred in conducting or defending any
proceedings) arising from any such publication. You must not make
statements that are libelous, obscene, seek to incite racial hatred or
otherwise break the laws of the United Kingdom.

4. PRIVATE EMAIL
If a person has sent you a private Email you may not forward it to a public
discussion group without the prior consent of the person who sent it.

5. ADVERTISING AND RESEARCH
No advertising is allowed except where it is for an event, publication or similar
items that has direct relevance to the subject of discussion.