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Terms & Conditions

The Enable software may contain private and sensitive information that is subject to privacy and industrial relations laws. Users of Enable software including Enable ERMS accept responsibility to ensure the Confidentiality and Privacy of the information at all times.

Please read the following information carefully. If you do not understand or have any questions regarding internet security, the Terms and Conditions of Use or the Copyright Conditions of this site, then please contact System Support helpdesk at support@enablecentral.com.au before continuing use of this site.

The System Support manager reserves the right to suspend access, to any individual, at any time should these Terms and Conditions of Use be breached.

In using the Enable system and website you agree:

  • That it is your responsibility for the security of the network from which the Enable software is accessed.

  • That it is your responsibility to ensure the secured use of the Enable software, and to be informed as to who is authorised to view or receive information from Enable software.

  • You are liable and responsible for the management of your information such that it is compliant with all relevant Privacy, EEO and Information Management legislation in the jurisdiction in which you operate.

  • You own, hold and control all data, including personal information (as defined under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) as amended) entered into Enable Recruit and or the Enable - My People module of the system. Bright has no right, title, interest in or control over any such data. You are liable and responsible for the management of such data and compliance with any applicable laws. Bright will not use or disclose any such data in any circumstances.

  • Not to disclose the web address (URL) or login information for Enable software to any individual not authorised in writing by the Enable System Administrator.

  • Not to save your login name and password within my browser, even if prompted by the browser itself. (go to: Caching of Web Data)

  • Not to leave your machine unattended either with an Enable software screen visible, or with the login cached within the browser.

  • Not to disclose information from Enable ERMS software, or distribute information printed from Enable ERMS software, in any format written or verbal, to any individual not authorised in writing by the Enable system administrator.

  • To use a confidential paper collection system to destroy all information printed from Enable ERMS software after use. (go to: Confidential Destruction of Information).

Copyright Conditions

No part of this web site may be copied or imitated in whole or in part. No logo, graphic, sound or image from this web site may be copied or re-transmitted unless expressly permitted in writing by the Enable System Administrator. The information contained within this site is also subject to the same copyright conditions and can not be copied, imitated or use in whole or in part without the permission of the Enable system administrator.

Caching of Web Data

Each time you open the Internet browser information collected by the browser, including login names and passwords, is remembered until the browser is closed. The information is ‘cached’.

Once you have logged into Enable software, until the Internet browser is closed (e.g. close the Internet Explorer application fully), it may be possible to gain access to Enable software. This applies even:

  • After minimising the browser screen,

  • After going to a different web site,

  • If you or another user navigates back to the Enable software site after going to another web site

Additionally, whole pages may be remembered (cached) by your browser, and could be revisited by any person by searching through the history list. The browser works by making a copy of the information and images required in a temporary directory on your computer.

To minimise the risk of security breaches on Enable software it is the user’s responsibility to

  • Ignore prompts from the browser to save the login name and password

  • Clear the cached and history files regularly (go to: Clearing Cached Files)

  • CLOSE THE BROWSER when you have finished using Enable software, or if Enable software will not be used for an extended period of time.

The System Support helpdesk also recommends a password-enabled Screensaver be implemented on the computer, and for it to be automatically enabled should you be away from the computer for an extended period of time. This will prevent other individuals from using the computer and in doing so having access to Enable software without permission.

Your IT/Computer Department can assist with implementation of these security measures.

Clearing Cached Files

To clear cached files follow these instructions

  • From the Tools Menu select 'Internet Options'

  • Under the General tab click on the 'Delete' button

Confidential Destruction of Information

Users are prohibited from distributing information printed from Enable ERMS software. Information printed from Enable - ERMS must be destroyed using a confidential destruction service. Printed information from Enable ERMS may not be disposed of in general rubbish collection, either workplace or domestic. Users unsure if their disposal service meets that standard required should inquire with the Enable System Administrator support@enablecentral.com.au for clarification.