The North Brunswick Junior Football Club (the Club) acknowledges the importance of privacy and is committed to ensuring that personal and health information is collected, stored and used only in accordance with relevant privacy laws such as the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic) and the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic).
Collection of Personal Information and Health Information
The club collects personal information (e.g. names, addresses, date of birth) for the primary purpose of conducting its activities as a junior football club within the Yarra Junior Football League.
This involves holding membership information in accordance with our Constitution, holding records about juniors who play or may play for the club and information to facilitate communication between the club, players and parents. In particular:
(a) The Club maintains a mailing list so that it may distribute information to its members including players, officials and volunteers on club operations and activities relating to matters such as training, games and functions.
(b) A list of the parents of players in each team is developed at the commencement of each season to facilitate communication between the Club, Coaches, Team Managers and parents and players of that team. Details on this list include email addresses and telephone contact details.
(c) The North Brunswick Junior Football Club collects health information from its player members relating to the recording and treating of football injuries and any pre-existing medical conditions which may be important in the event treatment is required.
(d) Player membership information and health information is given to the Yarra Junior Football League (YJFL) in accordance with the Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the YJFL.
Security of Information
The club takes all reasonable steps to protect the personal information and the health information that it holds from misuse and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.
Right to Access Information
All members have a right to access their personal information and have the details updated if the information is not accurate or complete.
The statement will be reviewed three months after its introduction and then on an annual basis thereafter.
This will ensure that the statement remains current and practical