Please read these terms and conditions carefully as they govern your use of the Worksmart service ("Worksmart") and your rights and liabilities under the law. You should pay special attention to the exclusions and limitations below.
Changes to these terms
We may update these terms and conditions from time to time and any changes will be notified on the Site. You can also check to see when the last update was by looking paragraph 2.2 below. If you do not agree with any new terms and conditions you should not continue to use Worksmart. If you do continue to use Worksmart after we have changed the terms, you will be bound by the new terms. These terms and conditions were last updated on 19th May 2016.
Registering with Worksmart
When registering you agree to provide accurate, current and complete information ("Registration Details") and keep it up to date. You agree that we may rely on your Registration Details as accurate, current and complete and you acknowledge that if your Registration Details are materially untrue or out of date, this will affect our ability provide you with those Worksmart services requiring registration. When you register with Worksmart you will be asked to provide your name and email address ("ID"). Your ID is for your use only. You may not let anyone else use your ID and you may not sell or transfer it to anyone else. If you think someone else has your ID, or you have forgotten it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Worksmart lets you access information and guidance relevant to your working life. Worksmart is a free service and the information and guidance is general in nature, so we cannot tell if it exactly meets your particular needs. You should consult a qualified adviser before you rely on it in relation to any particular situation you find yourself in. Worksmart is designed to be used by people who work in England and Wales. If you work elsewhere Worksmart will not be appropriate to you and you should seek advice from a professional adviser in your own country.
We provide links to other sources of case specific advice. You can also choose to find your own professional adviser. When you seek advice from a professional adviser that adviser's terms and conditions will apply, and you should also read those carefully.
Acceptable use policy
You may not use Worksmart to do any of the following: Disseminate any unlawful, harassing, libellous, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable material; Transmit material that encourages conduct that constitutes a criminal offence, results in civil liability or otherwise breaches any relevant laws, regulations or codes of practice; Gain unauthorised access to any computer system; Interfere with any other person's use of Worksmart; Breach any laws relating to the use of public telecommunications networks; Interfere or disrupt networks or websites connected to the site; Make, transmit or store electronic copies of materials protected by copyright without the permission of the copyright owner. If, while using Worksmart, you discover anyone else who is carrying out any of the above activities, please let us know by emailing us at reportabuse@Worksmart.co.uk.
We will use reasonable skill and care in collating the guidance and information contained in Worksmart and in making Worksmart available to you. Because of the number of sources from which we obtain content and because of the nature of Worksmart, the Internet and computer software and hardware, we do not give you any warranties other than those in paragraph 8.1 above. In particular, we make no warranty that Worksmart will be uninterrupted or error-free or suitable for your particular requirements or that Worksmart is free from infection by viruses or anything else that has contaminating or destructive properties. Changes in the law may render certain information or guidance out of date from time to time and we make no warranty that Worksmart is complete or up to date.
Exclusions and limitations
We do not limit liability for death or personal injury caused by negligence or for fraudulent misstatement. The site is a free service and, whilst we will use reasonable endeavours to resolve any faults on the Site, we shall not be liable for any other losses (including those caused by our negligence) or any advice provided to you via the "ask an expert" service.
Changes to Worksmart
We are continually seeking to improve Worksmart. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to make changes to any part of the Site as a result of our policy of updating and improving Worksmart or for technology, security, legal or regulatory reasons.