Office of Industrial Relations privacy
At the Office of Industrial Relations, we value privacy and the protection of personal information, and understand that getting privacy right is imperative to delivering our functions and services.
For us, handling personal information appropriately is vital to:
- Protect and serve the Queensland community
- Build and maintain trust, including understanding culturally diverse privacy considerations, and
- Help deliver better services.
Privacy and personal information
In simple terms, personal information is information that identifies a person, or could reasonably lead to them being identified. At the Office of Industrial Relations, we collect personal information from workers, employers and other Queenslanders to assist us to perform our role and fulfill our statutory functions. We also collect personal information from individuals for recruitment and employment with us. This information may include a person’s name, contact details, Evidence of identity documents, medical information, and information about complaints and investigations.
Queensland privacy law
Where we collect personal information, we apply the privacy rules set out in Queensland’s Information Privacy Act 2009. This includes limiting how we collect, use, and disclose personal information and taking reasonable steps to keep it secure.
Understanding the importance of privacy and why personal information needs protection is key to the role we play in meeting our obligations and community expectations.
For further information about how we manage Personal Information at the Office of Industrial Relations, or if you have any concerns about how your personal information has been managed, please follow Privacy | Office of Industrial Relations (oir.qld.gov.au).
- your browser, computer platform and screen resolution
- your traffic patterns through our website, such as:
- the date and time of your visit
- the pages and documents accessed
- the website you visited before ours
- your server address.
We don't identify users or any browser activity outside this website, except in the unlikely event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may have a warrant to inspect activity logs.
We use Google Analytics (including display advertising features) on our website to gather anonymous information about visitors to our website. When you visit our web pages, your browser automatically sends anonymous information to Google. Examples of this information include:
- the web address of the page that you're visiting
- your IP address
- demographic information.
We use this data to analyse the web pages that are visited to improve your experience and make sure our website is useful.
You can read more about how Google uses data. You can choose not to allow Google to collect your information by opting out of Google Analytics or specifically opting out of Google Analytics display advertiser features.
Parts of this website transmit information securely across the internet. However, this is not always feasible. We recognise that there may be risks transmitting information across the internet. We'll notify you where personal information isn't transmitted securely.
Where this website contains links to other Queensland Government agencies' websites, the privacy or security terms set out there will apply to the material on the websites.
Where this website contains links to non-Queensland Government websites, the Queensland Government is not responsible for the privacy or security practices or the content of any such websites.
We use EventsAir, an online marketing platform service provider to manage event registration.
In using this service, EventsAir will collect personal information which will contain email addresses and other information to be used for event registration and communication purposes only. EventsAir manages personal information collected in line with the Information Privacy Act 2009.
The EventsAir platform is hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform offering a guaranteed 99.95% uptime, with multiple layers of security and PCI Level 1, version 3.2.