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Personal information means information about an identifiable individual, except business title and business contact information when used or disclosed for business communications, and includes information about prospective, present or former employees and external parties such as landowners and other individuals.
This Policy and its related practices apply to all staff members when they are engaged in Laricina business. Staff members providing services through a third party are required to act in accordance with applicable legislation and its related practices with respect to their use of Laricina assets. Contractors and consultants are expected to develop and enforce policies and practices that are consistent with this policy and its associated requirements to apply to their staff providing services for or on behalf of Laricina.
It is Laricina’s policy to comply with the privacy legislation within each jurisdiction in which it operates. Sometimes the privacy legislation and /or an individual’s right to privacy are different from one jurisdiction to another. This Policy covers only those activities that are subject to the provisions of Canada’s federal and provincial privacy laws, as applicable.
Laricina will endeavour to obtain express, deemed or implied consent of individuals, except where otherwise permitted by law, to collect, use and disclose personal information for reasonable business purposes. To the extent that your consent is required, Laricina will assume, unless you advise otherwise, that you have consented to Laricina collecting, using and disclosing your personal information for the purposes stated in this policy (including any other purposes stated or reasonably implied at the time such personal information was provided to Laricina).
Disciplinary action will be taken for violations of this Policy and its related practices.
Internal Stakeholder Information
In general, personal information about prospective, present or former employees is collected, used and disclosed for the purpose of establishing, managing or terminating an individual’s employment relationship with Laricina, and includes, but is not limited to:
External Stakeholder Information
In general, the personal information about external parties is collected, used and disclosed for the purposes of:
For example, Laricina may collect personal information about individuals including landowners, leaseholders, residents and royalty holders for purposes such as:
Protection of Information
Laricina will endeavour to ensure that personal information is protected by reasonable security safeguards that are appropriate to the sensitivity level of the information and that personal information is only retained for the period of time as outlined in any retention and disposal guidelines established by Laricina form time to time, or as required for statutory or other legal purposes. Upon request, and subject to legal requirements, individuals will be granted the reasonable right of access to and review of their personal information.
In order to ensure compliance with this Policy and privacy legislation, Laricina has appointed the VP Finance and Controller as the Privacy Officer for the Company. The Privacy Officer is responsible for ensuring compliance with the law and this policy and responding to any questions or concerns. You may address any questions or concerns about our compliance with this policy or concerning your personal information by contacting Laricina’s Privacy Officer.
Laricina Energy Ltd.
Privacy Officer: Diane Koenig, VP Finance and Controller
Main office number: 1-403-750-0810
This Policy has been approved by the Board and is effective March 20, 2006.