All employees will come into possession of information considered by Mining Maintenance & Fabrication Services to be of a confidential nature.

Information may be considered confidential due to:

  • It being commercially sensitive if obtained by competitors (for example pricing, quotes, material buy prices, client lists, work methods etc)
  • It being the property of the Company (for example systems, manuals, procedures etc)
  • It being classified as “Inside Information” (for example a looming major contract award)
  • It being private in nature (for example salaries and pay rates, personnel records etc)

It is an express condition of employment that, with the exception of publications in the public domain such as marketing brochures, all information obtained in the performance of work must be treated as confidential and not divulged to third parties, copied or removed from premises or sites (unless in the normal course of business), acted on, used or applied in any manner which might be to the detriment of Mining Maintenance & Fabrication Services.

The obligation of confidentiality outlined in this policy shall be a continuing obligation and shall survive the expiration of employment.