June 22, 2015

Pro bono Terms and Conditions

In order for your company or organsiation to qualify and receive our Pro bono services, you must review and agree to the following terms and conditions.

Who is eligible?

Our Pro bono initiatives are primarily for social and environmental businesses and community organisations.

What is our commitment?

When performing Pro bono work in the UK, Ergonomics & Risk management providers are required to comply with all Health and Safety regulations applicable. Please note that our Pro bono work are in line with the HSE requirements and comply with the regulatory needs of any employer. Our primarily goal in providing Ergonomics & Risk management services to deserving companies is to help companies comply with the DSE regulations as well as improve their workforce productivity, employee morale and well-being.

Terms of testimonials and acknowledgement

As a goodwill gesture, we might ask you for feedback or testimonials for our work, and if you were benefitted by the service. If you submit a testimonial or feedback to us then you agree that we may publish your testimonial, together with your company name, name of manager or director and any logo that you provide us, on our website [and on any successor website that we may operate from time to time], press release or marketing materials and in such position as we may determine in our sole discretion. You further agree that we may edit the testimonial and publish edited or partial versions of the testimonial or feedback. However, we will never edit a testimonial in such a way as to create a misleading impression of your views.You may terminate this licence by giving to us 30 days’ written notice of termination.

Privacy and Data protection

We at Ergocentrixs are committed to ensuring that your information is safe and secure. In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. Nonetheless, due to the inherent risks of the Internet we cannot guarantee the protection of such information against loss, misuse or alteration. All your data are protected under the Data Protection Act 1998.