1. This Privacy Statement (Statement) applies to McConnell Dowell Corporation Limited and its related bodies corporate ("McConnell Dowell", "we", ”our" or "us"), and describes how McConnell Dowell collects, handles and protects the privacy of your personal information.
    2. We are committed to protecting your privacy and understand the importance of protecting your personal information.  This Statement outlines the types of personal information that we usually collect, the purposes for which we collect it, to whom we disclose it, how we hold and keep it secure and your rights in relation to your personal information, including how to complain and how we deal with complaints. 
    3. We will handle your personal information in accordance with this Statement, legislation including the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs).
    4. In this Statement, personal information means any information or opinion about an identified individual or an individual who is reasonably identifiable, whether true or not.  It does not include information that is de-identified.
    5. We may change this Privacy Statement from time to time, by publishing changes on our website.

    1. The types of personal information we collect about you depends on the dealings you have with us, and may include:
      1. Your name, address, email address.
      2. Any additional information relating to you that you provide to us directly or indirectly through use of our website or online presence, through our representatives or otherwise.
      3. Other information you may have provided as part of an application for employment (or your engagement by) us or which we may have obtained as part of your application for employment with us.
      4. If you are an employee or subcontractor, we may also collect the following types of personal information where applicable:
        1. Your date of birth and gender.
        2. Your nationality, ethnic origin, residency/immigration status.
        3. Your contact details (including telephone number, emergency contact details, next of kin, dependants, etc).
        4. Identification documents such as passport and driver’s licence details.
        5. Your qualifications, experience and employment history (including third party references).
        6. Your medical history and other health information.
        7. Your tax file number.
        8. Bank account details into which you have asked us to pay your remuneration and benefits.
        9. Information regarding employee and staff remuneration assessment, performance review and personal development plans.
        10. Courses and programs attended by our employees and staff or employees, and staff of our business partners and supply chain organisations.
        11. Details of your remuneration (including any superannuation contributions and salary packaging arrangements) and associated benefits and rewards.
        12. Drug and alcohol testing data.
        13. Incident and accident details in which you are (or may have been) involved, including audio, images and tracking data from surveillance and CCTV systems.
    1. Where possible and lawful, you may interact with us anonymously or using a pseudonym. For example, if you contact us with a general question we will not record your name unless we need it to adequately handle your question.
    2. However, for many of our functions and activities we usually need your name, contact information and other details to enable us to provide our services to you.


    1. We may collect personal information about you in different ways depending of the nature of your dealings with us.
    2. The ways we collect personal information include:
      1. during the recruitment and engagement of employees and staff, including reference checking and agency searches;
      2. as part of training, induction and on-boarding programs;
      3. through our dealings with government agencies;
      4. through our dealings with clients, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and other service providers;
      5. during conversations between you and our representatives;
      6. through access to our website and software applications;
      7. through our access control systems and registers for individuals accessing our sites and premises;
      8. random drug and alcohol testing on our sites and premises; and
      9. monitoring and surveillance systems, including CCTV systems and social media.
    1. When you visit our website, we may also use 'cookies' or other similar tracking technologies that help us track your website usage and remember your preferences. Cookies are small files that store information on your computer, mobile phone or other device. They enable the entity that put the cookie on your device to recognise you across different websites, services, devices and/or browsing sessions. You can disable cookies through your internet browser but our website may not work as intended for you if you do so.
    2. Whilst we do not use browsing information to identify you personally, we may record certain information about your use of our website, such as what region you are browsing from and your session state (ie, whether you have logged into our website).

    1. We may collect your personal information to enable us to properly operate, manage and administer our business including:
      1. the recruitment of employees and staff;
      2. the management of our employees and staff and workforce in all of our business operations, including management planning and forecasting;
      3. the management of our vehicle and plant fleets and other operational assets;
      4. maintaining effective access, safety and security controls for our sites and premises
      5. to process and respond to specific inquiries or issues that you have raised with us; 
      6. where you are a representative of an organisation with whom we deal, in relation to the services that we provide to (and/or receive from) that organisation;
      7. in order to investigate any allegation or complaint about our practices or conduct made by you;
      8. for compliance with our legal and regulatory requirements, policies and contractual obligations or in cooperation with any governmental authority in any country of operation;
      9. the management of claims, disputes and litigation proceedings arising out of our business operations;
      10. engaging the services of external consultants, agents, temporary and casual workers and other operatives;
      11. maintaining supplier and contractor databases (where the supplier or contractor is a sole trader);
      12. compilation of and access to business contact databases; and
      13. to conduct business processing functions including providing personal information to our related companies, contractors, service providers or other third parties where applicable.

    1. We may disclose your personal information in certain circumstances, such as where we are required or permitted by law, where you have consented to us doing so or for any of the purposes for which the information was collected.
    2. The persons to whom we typically may disclose your personal information include:
      1. specified persons in accordance with a request made by you (for example other employers, banks or property agents);
      2. our related companies, business partners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants, clients and service providers for the purpose of our business operations, including but not limited to as part of tenders, bids and proposals we submit to clients and potential clients; and
      3. individuals or organisations to whom we have commercial relationships, including individuals or organisations engaged in providing us with professional, business, technology, corporate and administrative services which are reasonably required for the effective operation of our business.

    1. We store your personal information electronically. We take all reasonable and appropriate steps (including organisational and technological measures) to protect your personal information from misuse, interference and loss, as well as unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.

    1. We will endeavour to ensure that the personal information collected from you is up to date, accurate and complete.
    2. You may request access to, or correction of, the personal information we hold about you at any time by contacting our Privacy Officer.  We reserve the right to verify your identity before responding to your request and to charge a reasonable fee for the costs of retrieval and supply of any requested information. Subject to any applicable exceptions or requirements, we will provide you with access to the personal information you request within a reasonable time and usually within 28 days. If we decide to refuse your request, we will tell you why in writing and how to complain.

    1. You can make a complaint in writing to our Privacy Officer using the details set out in this Statement. We will respond to you within a reasonable period of time to acknowledge your complaint and inform you of the next steps we will take in dealing with your complaint.
    2. If you are not satisfied with our response, you may complain to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) via the OAIC website,

    1. If you have a question or comment regarding this Statement or wish to make a complaint or exercise your privacy rights, please contact our Privacy Officer using the following details:

Privacy Officer
McConnell Dowell Corporation Limited
Level 3/109 Burwood Road
Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia 3122
+61 3 9816 2483
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Dated: July 2021