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Terms and Conditions

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Canadian Marine Industries & Shipbuilding Association “CMISA” Membership and Terms and Conditions:

Memberships are not transferable and are valid for 12 months from the join date. The membership belongs to the company registering. (By entering your email address into your profile, you agree to receive all CMISA email communications).

Membership is depending upon the applicant fulfilling the specific requirements for approval. Other criteria might be considered before membership approval is granted. You will receive email notification once your membership is approved. If you do not qualify for the type of membership requested an alternate category might be offered to you. If you decline that type your fees will be refunded in full.

Membership in CMISA does not imply the issue of a certificate. You must be a member in good standing of a paid membership in order to get a membership certificate.

If you do not wish to receive general optional emails relating to CMISA programs and events (such as the conference, special events, and other association related information) you can opt out of this option within your online profile.

CMISA Webinar Terms and Conditions:

Official confirmation of registration will be provided by the CMISA team after your application has been processed.

Webinar Cancellation Policy – Written notice of cancellation must be sent by the person who completed the registration, to the Canadian Marine Industries and Shipbuilding Association’s head office or by email to support@cmisa.ca at least 5 days prior to the event to obtain a refund. An administration fee of $20 will be deducted from the refund, which will be issued after the webinar.

NSF Cheques: NSF cheques or cancelled cheques will be charged an administrative fee of $25.00.

Registration for webinars are not transferable.

By registering for a webinar, you hereby grant the Canadian Marine Industries an Shipbuilding Association and those authorized on its behalf, including its official and non-official partners the right to photograph, record on film, videotape, audiotape, and/or produce in any other audiovisual or written format, voice, person, or other material related to the conference and the non-exclusive right, licence, and privilege under copyright, or other right, or licence, to use, broadcast, cablecast, reproduce, translate, print, publish, and distribute the above in any format, for educational and promotional purposes, worldwide, in perpetuity.

The program is subject to change without notification.

CMISA Conferences/Seminars Terms and Conditions:

Official confirmation of registration will be provided by the CMISA team after your application has been processed.

Conference Cancellation Policy – Written notice of cancellation must be sent by the person who completed the registration, to the Canadian Marine Industries and Shipbuilding Association’s head office or by email to support@cmisa.ca at least 10 days prior to the event to obtain a refund. An administration fee of $100 will be deducted from the refund, which will be issued after the conference/seminar. No refunds will be issued for cancellation after the terms mentioned above.

NSF Cheques: NSF cheques or cancelled cheques will be charged an administrative fee of $25.00.

Conference and Seminar registrations are transferable.

Delegate Substitutions – If you are not able to attend the conference/seminar after registering, you may send someone in your place. You must submit the person’s name and contact information in writing. If you are a CMISA member and your replacement is a non-member, the difference in corresponding fee must be paid.

By registering for a conference or seminar, you and/or your delegates hereby grant the Canadian Marine Industries an Shipbuilding Association and those authorized on its behalf, including its official and non-official partners the right to photograph, record on film, videotape, audiotape, and/or produce in any other audiovisual or written format, voice, person, or other material related to the conference and the non-exclusive right, licence, and privilege under copyright, or other right, or licence, to use, broadcast, cablecast, reproduce, translate, print, publish, and distribute the above in any format, for educational and promotional purposes, worldwide, in perpetuity.

The program is subject to change without notification.

No warranty:

While CMISA makes every effort to keep the content on cmisa.ca current, no representations, warranties or conditions are given (express or implied) that the site will be error-free or completely accurate at all times. The information, goods and services available on this website are provided “as is.” The CMISA expressly disclaims any warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and that your use will be uninterrupted, secure or error-free. At any time and without notice, CMISA may correct errors or inaccuracies and change or update the content of the website, as well as the goods and services made available on cmisa.ca. CMISA is not responsible in any manner for direct, indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of the use of this website, or of any content that may be available for download or the purchase or license of any goods or services on cmisa.ca.

Links to other sites:

This website may contain links to other websites. Any such other websites are independent from cmisa.ca. CMISA has no control over the contents or operation of other websites, and as such makes no representation or warranty. When leaving cmisa.ca you may be subject to legal terms and conditions and privacy policies of that other websites. The provision of a link to other websites is for convenience; it does not constitute endorsement by CMISA.

 

Copyright and permissions:

This website, including all of its content, is the property of CMISA or their licensors. Please consult individual material for relevant copyright information and notices.

Permissions:

Generally, you may reproduce or otherwise use materials found on this site only in accordance with Canadian copyright law. You are permitted to make one copy for your personal use, provided credit is given to the original source. In all instances, you are required to seek permission from the copyright holder. It is your sole responsibility before you reproduce material to determine the copyright holder and to follow the appropriate process.

 

Links to cmisa.ca:

CMISA encourages links to cmisa.ca. However, CMISA reserves the right to prohibit or refuse to accept any link to another website, and an external website provider must agree to remove any link to cmisa.ca upon the request of CMISA. You may link to the main page or individual pages on the cmisa.ca website, provided you respect the following:

  • Do not create links that may lead others to think that CMISA content is your own, or that CMISA is endorsing your site when that is not the case. For example, do not frame any part of cmisa.ca within your site. All links must bring up cmisa.ca in a separate, full window.
  • If you want to copy cmisa.ca content, please read the copyright and permissions section of these Terms and Conditions. Be sure to read all disclaimer notices associated with the cmisa.ca content before sending your viewers to cmisa.ca.
  • You cannot use the CMISA name, logo or other CMISA trademarks without prior written agreement from CMISA. Please read the trademarks section of these Terms and Conditions.

If you are in doubt about the inclusion of a link from your site to cmisa.ca, please contact info@cmisa.ca to obtain permissions.

 

Privacy:

Please read our privacy policy carefully so that you will understand how your personal information will be treated as you make use of cmisa.ca. By using cmisa.ca you agree to the terms of the online privacy policy.

 

Privacy Policy:

The Canadian Marine Industries & Shipbuilding Association (“CMISA”) is committed to protecting the privacy of all those who provide their personal information to CMISA. Personal information is considered any information that can be used to distinguish, identify or contact a specific individual. By using the CMISA websites or services, you consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information in accordance with the following terms and conditions:

Purpose:

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to inform you about practices relating to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information that may be provided through use of the CMISA website or its services. This Privacy Policy also explains how you can contact CMISA if you have a question about, want to make a change to or delete any personal information that CMISA may have collected about you.

CMISA has designed this Privacy Policy to meet the requirements of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Document Act (“PIPEDA”) and has adopted the principles set out in Canadian Standards Association’s Model Code for the Protection of Personal Information. Sometimes, however, privacy legislation or an individual’s right to privacy are different from one jurisdiction to another. It is the policy of CMISA to comply with privacy laws within each jurisdiction where it operates.

How CMISA Uses Your Personal Information:

When you visit the CMISA website, the CMISA server automatically logs the IP address and standard information about your operating system and browser this information is provided by your web browser. CMISA may analyze the IP address data for trends and statistics about web traffic to its website. CMISA can also use this data to help diagnose any problems with its server and to administer the website.

If you attend a CMISA event or provide personal information by any electronic means for any purpose, then CMISA may collect such personal information that you submitted. The CMISA website does not enable its visitors to communicate directly with any other website users or to post information that will be accessed by others.

CMISA may use your personal information to contact you directly in response to your query feedback and/or for other purposes.

Third Parties and Your Personal Information:

Unless you consent otherwise, CMISA will not sell, trade, license, or rent your personal information to or with others except to the extent as set out in this Privacy Policy.

CMISA may disclose your personal information to affiliates and third parties engaged to assist CMISA for administrative purposes, support purposes and/or to value-added services to you or its Members. These service providers are prohibited from using your personal information for any purpose other than to provide this assistance and are required to protect personal information disclosed by CMISA and to comply with the general privacy principles described in this Privacy Policy.

CMISA reserves the right to disclose your personal information if doing so complies with any applicable law, regulation, subpoena, search warrant or court order that legally requires or authorizes CMISA to do so.

Knowledge and Consent:

CMISA collects personal information about you only when you voluntarily provide it, such as by submitting an online or hard copy application form.

You may withdraw consent at any time, subject to legal or contractual restrictions and reasonability. If you wish to withdraw your consent at any time, please contact the CMISA Privacy Officer as indicated below. In so doing, CMISA will inform you of the implications of withdrawing consent. Further, CMISA will not, as a condition of the supply of service, require you to consent to the collection, use or disclosure of information beyond that required to fulfill the specified and legitimate purposes for which the information is being provided. To be clear, CMISA limits the amount and type of information collected to only the personal information that is required to provide you with the requested information, product, or service.

Protection of Your Personal Information:

CMISA makes commercially reasonable efforts, in accordance with this Privacy Policy, to ensure that personal information collected from you is protected against loss, misuse, alteration and unauthorized access. Access to your personal information is restricted to individuals who have a business need consistent with the reason the information was provided.

Personal information may be transferred to, and stored at, a destination outside of Canada. By submitting your personal information, you agree to this transfer, storing or processing. CMISA operates secure data networks protected by industry standard firewall and password protection. This protection applies in relation to information stored in both electronic and hard copy form. However, CMISA cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will never be able to defeat those measures or use your personal information for improper purposes.

You may inform CMISA of any changes in your personal information CMISA will then update or delete your personal information accordingly. If your request for a copy of your personal information is refused, the reasons for refusal and means for recourse will be provided. Any access request may be subject to an administration fee to meet the costs in providing you with details of the personal information CMISA may hold about you. If a fee is applicable, you will be advised of any charges in advance.

Changes to this Privacy Policy:

CMISA reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy at anytime without notice. When CMISA updates its Privacy Policy it will also modify the “last updated” date at the bottom of this webpage. The Privacy Policy posted at any time on the CMISA website shall be deemed to be the Privacy Policy then in effect.

Currency:

Please note that all funds are in Canadian dollars.

 

Contact Information

CMISA Privacy Officer:

Name: Colin Cooke

Title: President

Email: info@cmisa.ca

Telephone: (613) 701-7048

Mail: 

Canadian Marine Industries & Shipbuilding Association

301-200 Catherine St. Ottawa ON K2P 2K9

 

Last updated September 22, 2021