Created on March 3, 2008
Updated May 7, 2010
Your privacy is important to us.
The Association for Maintenance Professionals is sensitive to protecting the private information that our members and visitors provide to us. The loyalty of our members is very important to us and we hope this policy will demonstrate our commitment to making sure your experience at Maintenance.org is a positive one.
Information is collected such as name, job title, company name, address, email address, telephone number, and special interest indications. The Association for Maintenance Professionals collects and stores member information for the primary purpose of ensuring the online community remains focused and for forwarding member email newsletters and special event notices. This information is not made available to 3rd parties for any use. The membership profile is self-service and allows you to add, change and delete certain information. Members also have full privacy control regarding what information is made visible. To update or change information, please log onto your membership account at www.maintenance.org
How You Can Access or Update Your Membership Profile Information
If you would like to update, change or delete your membership profile information, you may do so by logging into your membership account at www.maintenance.org
How we Use Membership Information
The member information that we collect during the registration process is or may be used:
This information is kept on a limited access computer and is only available to personnel on a need to know basis.
How We Use Member Survey Responses
We take the information we receive from individuals responding to our Member Surveys and combine (or aggregate) it with responses of other Association for Maintenance Professionals members to create broader responses to survey questions. We then use the aggregated information to write benchmarking study reports. The Association for Maintenance Professionals may choose to share certain aggregated information with third parties. This information is not linked to personally identifiable information.
Web Site Use and Navigation Information
Web Site Use and Navigation Information
Our servers collect each time a user visits our web site, certain anonymous use and navigation information. This information is aggregated and anonymous. It tells us how our web site is used and navigated, including the number, frequency, and duration of visits to each Web page.
Web Site use and navigation information that we collect may include the domain names of visitors who are not already the Association for Maintenance Professionals members (such as "www.user’sinternet-service-provider.com) and of the Association for Maintenance Professionals members, but it does not otherwise contain individually identifiable information about any visitor to our Web Site.
How We Use Web Site Use and Navigation Information
Like member survey information, we use the anonymous, aggregated information to improve the content and navigation features of our Web Site.
Opting Out or Un-subscribing and accessing your contact information
the Association for Maintenance Professionals does not have any interest in sending you information that you do not want. You can automatically opt in and opt out or unsubscribe from the automatic notification and other emails automatically by logging into your membership account and choosing your privacy and communication preferences.
You may also request manual membership account removal by calling, write or emailing to the address and numbers listed at the bottom of this page.
Web Site Use by People under the age of 18
Maintenance.org is designed for adult maintenance and reliability professionals.
This site contains no information that may be harmful to people under the age of 18.
The Association for Maintenance Professionals data is stored on computers in a secured office. The computer also requires a password to log in for access. A state of the art firewall and security software system prevents unauthorized access. The office is located in a locked building with a monitoring intrusion alarm that meets all acceptable security standards.
Questions, Comments, Concerns and/or Ideas
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