Your Rights in Relation to Privacy
Yummy Mummy Fitness understands the importance of protecting the privacy of an individual’s personal information and adopts the Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Act).
Kinds of Personal Information
During the provision of our services or through your use of our website, we may collect your personal information. Personal information is information or an opinion about an identified, or reasonably identifiable, individual, whether or not the information or opinion is true and whether or not it is recorded in a material form.
The kinds of personal information we collect may include:
contact details such as your full name, business or personal addresses, email addresses, phone and fax numbers;
date of birth; and
financial information including credit card and debit card details.
You must notify us as soon as reasonably practicable of any changes to the information provided to us by you or if you are aware of any inaccurate, out of date, misleading or false information.
Whilst you are not under any obligation to provide us with your Personal Information, please be aware that we may be unable to provide you with our full range of services unless we have received certain information from you.
If you are a member, we may also take photographs of you when providing the services or for “before and after” shots. These photographs may be shared on our website or social media. If you do not wish to have your photograph taken, please notify us.
Sensitive Personal Information
We may also process Sensitive Personal Information about you where we have your explicit consent and where it is necessary for us to perform our services.
The kinds of Sensitive Personal Information we process may include:
history of serious illnesses and surgeries; and
Sensitive Personal Information may be required in order to provide you with our services, such as in tailoring exercises or nutritional programs best suited to your needs.
Collection of Personal Information
Generally, we will collect your personal information through:
direct contact with you, whether in person or over the phone, email or post;
when you sign up with us as a member; or
information services providers, social media sites or publicly available information.
When you use our website or services, the following information may be logged for statistical purposes and for the purposes of marketing and advertising to you:
the date and time of your visit to our website;
your IP address;
pages that you accessed and documents downloaded; and
the type of browser you were using.
Cookies may be used on our Website. Cookies are pieces of information that a website transfers to a computer’s hard drive for record keeping purposes. We collect Cookies in order to allow our Website to function properly, to monitor aggregate site usage data such as total number of visitors and pages viewed and to enable third party features or functionality to be provided on or through the Website. Most web browsers are set to accept cookies and do not personally identify the user.
Purpose of Collection
We may require your personal information for the following reasons:
to respond to your enquiries via our website;
to provide you with our services;
for accounting, billing and other internal administrative purposes;
to add you to our mailing list where you have subscribed to our newsletter.
We may also use and disclose your personal information in order to inform you of products and/or services that may be of interest to you. In the event you do not wish to receive such communications, you may, at any time, request not to receive direct marketing communications from us or use any opt-out mechanism provided and we will comply with that request.
Disclosure of Personal Information
We may disclose your Personal Information to third parties such as other service providers, suppliers or marketing agencies, including MindBodyOnline. We limit the information provided to third party providers to that which is reasonably necessary for them to perform their functions, and our contracts with them require them to maintain the confidentiality of such information.
We will not disclose your personal information to third parties without your consent or unless required by law.
Security of Your Personal Information
We take reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information we hold is protected from misuse, interference and loss and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. Generally, we hold your personal information electronically, but may from time to time hold your information in paper form also.
In the event that your Personal Information is subject to a data breach, we will comply with all mandatory statutory notification requirements.
We will destroy your personal information in circumstances where it is no longer required, unless required by law to retain the information.
How You May Access Your Personal Information
Under the Privacy Act, you have a right to access and seek correction of your personal information that is collected and held by us.
If at any time you would like to access or correct the personal information that we hold about you, please contact our privacy officer:
To obtain access to your personal information:
you will have to provide proof of identity to ensure that personal information is provided only to the correct individuals and that the privacy of others is protected;
you will need to be reasonably specific about the information you require; and
we may charge you a reasonable administration fee, which reflects the cost to us for providing access in accordance with your request.
If we refuse your request to access or correct your personal information, we will provide you with written reasons for the refusal and details of complaint mechanisms.
Please direct all privacy complaints to our privacy officer. At all times, privacy complaints will be treated seriously and dealt with in a prompt and confidential manner.
You will be informed of the outcome of your complaint following completion of the investigation, which will take no more than 30 days.
In the event that you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your complaint, you may refer the complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.