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Legal Disclaimer


1. Usage of this Website

This website and its contents are subject to copyright and protected by the laws of Australia and other countries through international treaties. All rights are reserved to Foremost Plaster.

  • You may store on your computer, and print copies of, the contents of this website for your personal, non-commercial use. Otherwise, you may not reproduce, transfer, adapt, amend or store any of the contents of this website, or incorporate any part of this website into another website, without the written consent of Foremost Plaster.

  • Downloading of information from this website is done so at your own risk. Foremost Plaster does not provide any warranty in respect of downloading, and Foremost Plaster strongly recommends that you check downloaded files and information with virus detection software.


2. Third Party Websites

As a convenience, Foremost Plaster provides links to other websites from this website. If you follow the links you will depart this website, and you do so at your own risk. Except as specifically stated on this website, Foremost Plaster makes no warranty or representation regarding, nor does it endorse, any linked websites or the contents thereof. 

3. Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability

Foremost Plaster has used all reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this website, but takes no responsibility for any errors or omissions therein. Foremost Plaster makes no representations or warranties (including as to merchantability and fitness for purpose) about the content or suitability for any purpose of the contents of this website, nor about the completeness, accuracy or reliability of the contents of this website.


  • To the extent permitted by law, Foremost Plaster will not be liable in any way for any loss or damage (including loss of use, data or profits) suffered by you through use or access to this website, or Foremost Plaster’s failure to provide this website. Foremost Plaster’s liability for negligence, breach of contract or contravention of any law under or in connection with this website, or Foremost Plaster’s failure to provide this website or part of it, is limited to the supplying of the relevant goods or services again, as Foremost Plaster may choose.+


4. Changes to these Terms of Use and Termination

Foremost Plaster reserves the right to amend these Terms of Use from time to time, and you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use as amended. Foremost Plaster will give you notice of these changes by publishing revised Terms of Use on this website. You will not be separately notified of these changes.

  •  If you breach any of these Terms of Use, Foremost Plaster may suspend, terminate or limit your access to this website.

5. International Users and Applicable Law

Foremost Plaster makes no representation that this website and usage of this website complies with the laws of any jurisdiction outside of Australia. Any disputes about this website or its contents will be governed by the laws of Victoria, Australia and determined by courts having jurisdiction there. 

6. Linking

If you wish to link to this website, please email us .

7. Privacy Policy

In keeping with our Value of Respect, Foremost Plaster recognises the importance of the privacy of individuals/entities who have dealings with Foremost Plaster, such as customers, suppliers and employees. The Company is bound by the National Privacy Principles, to the extent required by the Privacy Act 1988. This policy outlines how Foremost Plaster collect, use and manage personal information. 

7.1 Personal information Foremost Plaster Collects

Foremost Plaster collects personal information where reasonably necessary for its functions and activities. Personal information that Foremost Plaster may hold includes the following: 

  • name, address and contact details;

  • date of birth;

  • employment and income details;

  • bank account details;

  • details of the products and services provided to an individual/entity by Foremost Plaster;

  • details of an individual’s dealings with Foremost Plaster, including records of telephone, email and online interactions;

  • credit-related personal information (see section 7.4 below).

7.2 How Foremost Plaster Collects Personal Information

Foremost Plaster collects personal information directly from an individual where reasonable and practical. Foremost Plaster may also collect such information from other sources, including: 

  • other entities who provide services to Foremost Plaster related to the products and services provided to an individual/entity by Foremost Plaster;

  • publicly available sources of information;

  • an individual’s/entities representatives (e.g. spouse, professional adviser);

  • subsidiaries of Foremost Plaster.

7.3 How Foremost Plaster Uses Personal Information and to Whom it is Disclosed

Foremost Plaster collects, uses and discloses personal information generally to provide an individual/entity with products and services requested, and to respond to queries. Foremost Plaster may also use personal information to make an individual/entity aware of Foremost Plaster’s other products and services or offerings provided by Foremost Plaster in conjunction with its business partners or associates. Foremost Plaster may not be able to do these things without the individual’s/entities personal information. Foremost Plaster may also collect, use and disclose personal information in connection with potential or actual unlawful activity, misconduct or transfers of Foremost Plaster’s business or assets. 

Foremost Plaster understands the importance of keeping personal information private and only discloses such information to third parties in limited circumstances. Third parties with whom Foremost Plaster usually exchanges information include: 

·         credit providers and credit reporting agencies;

·         an individual’s/entities representatives;

·         Foremost Plaster’s professional advisers including legal, accounting, auditing and business consulting advisers;

·         government and regulatory authorities;

·         subsidiaries of Foremost Plaster.

Foremost Plaster also exchanges personal information with contractors who manage services provided to an individual/entity on Foremost Plaster’s behalf, or who provide services to Foremost Plaster, including: 

·         mailing services;

·         billing and debt recovery functions;

·         customer injury services;

·         marketing functions;

·         website data management and technology services.

Parties to which Foremost Plaster discloses personal information may be located in Australia and other countries. 

7.4 Credit-Related Personal Information

Foremost Plaster sometimes provides products and services to customers on credit. In connection with this credit, Foremost Plaster does in some cases handle certain consumer credit-related personal information described below (credit-related personal information), including information from credit reporting bodies (CRBs). For example, Foremost Plaster may handle this information in providing credit to sole traders, or where individuals/entities such as directors provide personal guarantees for credit Foremost Plaster provides to their companies.

Foremost Plaster may collect and hold any types of credit-related personal information about an individual permitted under the Privacy Act, including:

·         name, sex, date of birth, driver’s licence number, employer and three most recent addresses;

·         confirmation of previous information requests to CRBs made by other credit providers and credit insurers about the individual/entity;

·         details of previous credit applications, including the amount and type of credit and credit limit;

·         details of current and previous credit arrangements, including credit providers, start/end dates and certain terms and conditions;

·         permitted payment default information, including information about related payment arrangements and subsequent repayment;

·         information about serious credit infringements (e.g. fraud);

·         information about adverse court judgments and insolvency;

·         publicly available information about the individual’s credit worthiness;

·         any credit score or credit risk assessment indicating a CRB’s or credit provider's analysis of the individual’s/entities eligibility for consumer credit.

This information may include information about an individual’s/entities arrangements with other credit providers as well as with Foremost Plaster.

Foremost Plaster may disclose credit-related personal information to CRBs to assist the CRBs to maintain information about individuals to provide to other credit providers for credit assessments. Foremost Plaster may collect credit-related personal information from CRBs for purposes including, to the extent permitted by law, to assess relevant credit or guarantee applications, manage and review the credit or guarantee, assign debts, collect overdue payments and produce assessments and ratings in respect of the individual’s/entities credit worthiness. Foremost Plaster may also exchange credit-related personal information with guarantors, debt buyers and other credit providers.

Under the Privacy Act, individuals/entities may request CRBs not to:

·         use their credit-related personal information to determine their eligibility to receive direct marketing from credit providers; and

·         use or disclose their credit information, if they have been or are likely to be a victim of fraud.

Please see other sections of this Privacy Policy for further information regarding access, correction, complaints, disclosures (including to other countries) of personal information and how we collect and hold personal information. This Privacy Policy is not intended to limit or exclude Foremost Plaster’s obligations under the Privacy Act in relation to credit-related personal information. Additional privacy consents and notifications may also apply to credit customers and guarantors. 

7.5 How Foremost Plaster Stores Personal Information

Foremost Plaster stores personal information at its own premises and with the assistance of its service providers. Foremost Plaster maintains strict procedures and standards and takes a range of steps to prevent unauthorised access to, or disclosure of, personal information and protect an individual’s information from misuse or loss. Once an individual’s/entities information is no longer needed by Foremost Plaster, reasonable steps are taken to destroy or de-identify it. 


7.6 Accessing and Updating Personal Information

In most cases an individual/entity can gain access to or update personal information held by Foremost Plaster. To make a request to access or update personal information held by Foremost Plaster, contact Foremost Plaster in writing. Foremost Plaster may need to verify your identity. Foremost Plaster may charge a fee to cover the cost of retrieving and copying requested information. 

7.7 Complaints and Further Information

Further information may be obtained about how Foremost Plaster manages personal information from the Privacy Officer (see contact details below). If an individual/entity believes that Foremost Plaster has breached its privacy obligations or that individual’s/entities privacy rights in any way, a complaint can be made to the Privacy Officer (see contact details below). Foremost Plaster will endeavour to act promptly in response to a complaint. 

7.8 Foremost Plaster Contact Details

Please contact Foremost Plaster about privacy-related issues by post, facsimile or email: 

The Privacy Officer 
Foremost Plaster
GPO Box 35 


7.9 Updates to this Policy

This Privacy Policy may vary from time to time and changes will be published on this page.

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