Disaster Management
Learning Management System

USER AGREEMENT – TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

You MUST read the terms and conditions for use of the Disaster Management Learning Management System (Disaster Management LMS) before you log in to the Disaster Management LMS;

By logging in to the Disaster Management LMS, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of use, as set out in this User Agreement;

If you do not agree to the terms and conditions, you MUST not proceed to logging in to the Disaster Management LMS;

It is a condition of using the Disaster Management LMS, that you MUST be an authorised person and be granted permission to use the Disaster Management LMS by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) as the system Administrator;

You MUST have a user login and password as provided by the LMS Administrator and keep such combination secure and confidential. You MUST not permit anyone else to access and/or use your login or to access the Disaster Management LMS. If your user login and password is, or is suspected, to be compromised or there is a security breach or suspected security breach, you MUST notify the LMS Administrator immediately and take all reasonable steps to prevent unauthorised access and/or use of the Disaster Management LMS;

You MUST only use the information from the Disaster Management LMS for its intended purpose for which you are provided access for, and you must not use the Disaster Management LMS in any way that causes, may cause, or is likely to cause, damage to the Disaster Management LMS or impairment of the availability or accessibility of the Disaster Management LMS; or in any way which is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose of activity. Unauthorised or improper use of the Disaster Management LMS and/or any information contained therein, may result in administrative action, as well as civil and criminal action and/penalties.

All information placed on, sent to, or stored on the Disaster Management LMS may be monitored, examined, intercepted, recorded, copied, audited and disclosed to law enforcement agencies for law enforcement purposes.

You are bound by the laws of Australia and of the State of Queensland.

By accessing and using the Disaster Management LMS, you consent to being bound by Queensland Government information security policies and procedures, relating to the security and confidentiality of the information.

You MUST not use the Disaster Management LMS to copy, store, host, transmit, send, use, publish or distribute any material which consists of (or is linked to) any spyware, computer virus, Trojan horse, keystroke logger or any other malicious computer software.

You MUST not conduct any systemic or automated data collection activities (including without limitation scraping, data mining, data extraction and data harvesting), copy, edit, crop, reproduce modify, alter, delete, revise or adapt the information in relation to the Disaster Management LMS, in any way.

You MUST not divulge personal data contained within the Disaster Management LMS.

The LMS Administrator reserves the right to restrict access to parts of or all of the Disaster Management LMS.

The LMS Administrator may disable your user login at any time.

The opinions expressed in the various forums established within the Disaster Management LMS are those of the originator and do not necessarily reflect those of the Queensland Government or any other organisation;

The information collected on the Disaster Management LMS by the Queensland Government (Queensland Fire and Emergency Services), is for the purpose of providing training and/or assessment services utilising qualified and appropriate Disaster Management trainers, to discharge legislative, accountability, administrative, reporting, management, personnel and financial functions;

The collection of personal information on the Disaster Management LMS is authorised/required by the national standards for Registered Training Organisations and the Disaster Management Act 2003, and will be subject to the Right to Information Act 2009 and the Information Privacy Act 2009.

Whilst reasonable endeavours are made to ensure the information contained on the Disaster Management LMS is accurate and up to date, the Queensland Government (Queensland Fire and Emergency Services) bears no responsibility for any incorrect or inaccurate information.

The Disaster Management Learning Management System (LMS) is a web based learning and student management system that supports training delivered under the Queensland Disaster Management Training Framework.

Users of the Disaster Management LMS can complete Queensland Disaster Management Training Framework (the Framework) courses online, nominate for face to face training workshops and apply for recognition of prior learning for previous training and experience. Users can also access an academic history of previous training completed under the Framework, as well as a learning pathway customised for their role in the Queensland disaster management arrangements.

Online courses are available for enrolment all year round.

There are no costs to users of the Disaster Management LMS.

To be eligible for access to the Disaster Management LMS, users must be current disaster management stakeholders including officers from local governments, State government agencies, Australian government agencies, and non-government organisations or groups with disaster management functions.

New users will need to complete the online application form and outline their role or function in disaster management in Queensland.