You may browse and access information contained within this website without providing any personal information.
Where you voluntarily provide personal information (e.g. through email feedback or by requesting to be notified when new material is published), we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep any such information secure.
Information Gathering Transparency Statement
PHARMAC does not have any law enforcement or regulatory compliance responsibilities and PHARMAC (including our contractors or any other third parties engaged by us) does not gather any information for these purposes.
The security of our premises is managed in accordance with our Health and Safety Policy and in accordance with relevant laws and standards. The security of our information is managed in accordance with our relevant policies, and in compliance with the Privacy Act 1993, the Official Information Act 1982 and the Public Records Act 2005.
Where we have serious concerns regarding potential threats to the physical security of staff, or the security of information or places, we will engage an appropriate authority (such as the NZ Police).
Your privacy and our website
To help us improve our website, we collect some basic, anonymous, technical information including:
- the resolution of your screen
- your web browser (for example, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome) and operating system (for example, Windows 10, Mac OS X)
- the date and time
- search terms
- the pages and links you visited, and any documents you downloaded
- the website you visited before you visited our website.
Cookies and statistical data collected for analytics
We use web cookies to temporarily store information to enhance your browsing experience and helps us improve our website.
Cookies are small text files on your computer’s hard drive to collect information about your use of our website. Cookies do not collect identifiable information about you.
You can disable and enable cookies at any time and can continue to view our website. But if you disable a cookie, you will not be able to subscribe to our updates, publications and alerts, fill out a feedback or enquiry form, and will have a reduced online experience.
To enable or disable a cookie:
- Google Chrome: Settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Site settings
- Mozilla Firefox: Options > Privacy > History (use custom settings)
- Safari: Edit > Preferences > Privacy
- Internet Explore: Tools > Internet options > Privacy
Enquiries and complaints
If you have any concerns about personal information we hold or believe we have not acted in accordance with our Privacy Statement or Information Gathering Transparency Statement, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: January 2020
Last updated: 21 January 2020