MBSA (Multiple Birth SA Inc) is committed to protecting the privacy of its members. This policy defines the mandatory privacy requirements for the way in which MBSA collect, use, disclose, store, secure and dispose of Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
This policy applies to all MBSA’s information being stored, processed, and transmitted including electronic and hard copy information, within MBSA, between MBSA and other parties including those information assets managed by a related party or a third party.
All MBSA employees, contractors and volunteers acting for or on behalf of MBSA that have access to MBSA information, systems and technology-related assets must follow this policy.
All MBSA employees and volunteers agree to abide by this Policy when they sign the Code of Conduct, and shall not do an act or engage in a practice that is in breach of or is a contravention of the Principles and Requirements.
MBSA contractors must abide by the Information Security requirements as specified in their agreement with MBSA.
This Policy is based on six guiding principles; these principles, in practice, will contribute to the efficient achievement of information security across MBSA.
MBSA shall ensure that the following principles are implemented, maintained and observed for and in respect of all personal information for which MBSA is responsible.
The six guiding principles are reinforced by the following policy statements.
For the purposes of the principles, personal information shall be taken to be collected by MBSA from a person if the person provides that information to MBSA in response to a request by MBSA for that information or for the kind of information in which that information is included.