GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE POLICY OF THIS WEBSITE IN ITS COLLECTION,PROTECTION, USE AND DISCLOSURE OF THE PERSONAL INFORMATION GATHERED ON THIS SITE.
This website, SafeatthePlate.com (the "Site" or "Services"), is owned and operated by
Safe at the Plate. Safe at the Plate recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy
describes how we collect, use and disclose your Personally Identifiable Information
("PII") PII is information about you that may be used to identify you (such as your name,
phone number, or address).
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WHAT PERSONAL INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT AND USE
We consider the following to be examples of PII but there may be others: your first and
last name, email address, home address, and phone number.
Safe at the Plate does not collect PII about a user unless it is voluntarily provided to Safe
at the Plate so that we can serve the user's needs. Safe at the Plate will not be liable for
users failing to safeguard their user name and password from others, and will not be
liable to users for special, indirect, or consequential damages.
INFORMATION SHARING AND DISCLOSURE
Except as specifically stated in this statement, our policy is not to share the PII collected through this Site with third parties, but we may share this PII with affiliates of Safe at the Plate and other companies and organizations who perform work for us under contract or sell products or services that complement our products and services. Where your employer or an entity has purchased Services on your behalf, we may disclose information about you such as your name and email address, and some usage information including whether a user has logged in to the Service, frequency of login, time spent using the Services, and enrollment and completion of courses to assist your employer or the entity in managing its use and maximizing the value of the Services. We may need to disclose information about you where we believe that it is reasonably
necessary to comply with a law or regulation, or if we are otherwise legally required to do so, such as in response to a court order or legal process, or to establish, protect, or exercise our legal rights or to defend against legal claims or demands. For governmental data access requests concerning you or your organization, we would first attempt to redirect the request to you and/or we would first attempt to notify you unless we are legally prohibited from doing so.
In addition, we may disclose information about you if we believe it is necessary to investigate, prevent, or take action: (a) against illegal activities, fraud, situations involving potential threats to our rights or property (or to the rights or property of those who use our Services), or to protect the personal safety of any person; or (b) regarding situations that involve the security of our Services, abuse of the Services infrastructure, or the Internet in general (such as voluminous spamming, or denial of service attacks). We also use professional advisors, including lawyers and accountants, and may be required to disclose information about you when engaging them for their services and as necessary for audits, financial and other regulatory reviews. We also may disclose (a) in response to a subpoena, court order or legal process, to the extent permitted and required by law; (b) to protect user security or the security of other persons, consistent with applicable laws; or (c) in connection with a sale, joint venture or other transfer to some or all of Safe at the Plate or the assets of Safe at the Plate. Our "course management features" provide materials and services to third-parties for purposes of specific courses, software, and/or testing, and may display the names, email addresses, grades and log-in information and make them available to third-parties. Third-parties can use student email addresses for communication with students regarding the course, and third-parties may store personal data generated by the course
site tools for the purpose of maintaining educational records or other legitimate educational purposes.
COLLECTION AND USE OF INFORMATION FROM COOKIES
obtained through the cookie technology for purposes of marketing to you, in accordance with this policy. If you do not want to receive e-mail or other marketing communications from us, you can opt out of further marketing to the addresses you have provided.
We use various technologies to collect information, including cookies, pixels, and device identifiers. Cookies are small text files that are sent by your computer when you access our services through a browser. We may use session cookies (which expire when you close your browser), persistent cookies (which expire when you choose to clear them from your browser), pixels, scripts, and other identifiers to collect information from your browser or device that helps us do things such as understand how you use our site; personalize your experience; measure and manage compliance; understand your usage of the Services in order to serve customized ads and remember that you are logged into the Site.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR INFORMATION?
Safe at the Plate does not rent or sell your information. We restrict access to your information to authorized employees and we do not share your information with third parties except in the circumstances explained within this policy.
EMPLOYEES AND AUTHORIZED CONTRACTORS
Our employees and authorized contractors may need to access information about you when they require this information to perform their job. For example, a customer
support representative would need access to your account to validate your identity and respond to your question or request; our email communications team would need access to your contact information to ensure this information is sent correctly and any
unsubscribe requests are properly managed; and our security staff would need to review information to investigate attempted denial of service attacks, fraudulent account activity, or other attempts to compromise the Services. All our employees and contractors are required to agree to maintain the confidentiality and protect the privacy of your information.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR COMPLYING WITH AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Safe at the Plate complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Food Handler Card law does not prohibit a stakeholder from having assistance in the study of the course and examination. The stakeholder may have another party read, translate or
operate the computer. There are no special medical requests needed. The stakeholder may not have assistance with the actual selection of the examination answers. The stakeholder may communicate the answer to the other party to click the chosen answer. Any needs outside of these policies and procedures are not anticipated. Stakeholders protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act do not need permission from Safe at the Plate prior to purchasing or taking the course and examination.
Safe at the Plate policies and procedures do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, age or use of leave protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act with regards to our services, or with regards to employment.