Outdoor Media Association Incorporated ABN 59 004 233 489 (OMA) is committed to protecting privacy of personal information about individuals that OMA collects, uses or discloses.  

OMA’s policies and practices in collecting and handling of personal information about individuals apply requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 (C’th), the Australian Privacy Principles which form part of that Act, and the Spam Act 2001 (C’th). 

The OMA generally collects personal information directly from the person to whom the personal information relates. 

If we collect information about a person from someone else, we will take reasonable steps to inform that person.  

Types of information that we collect may include identifiers such as name, telephone number, online contact, email and online profile details, work role and affiliation, and work and home postal addresses. 

We collect personal information for the purposes of OMA conducting its activities as an industry association supporting its members and development of the outdoor media sector. 

Those activities include using personal information handled by us to provide recipients with information, including marketing information, about our services and activities, that we consider will be useful or of interest to you. If you do not wish to receive any information that we provide to you, please let us know and we will not further send it to you. However, this restriction will not apply to information that we are legally required to provide, or certain information addressing legal rights or obligations of our members. 

We may also collect personal information about individuals in the course of conduct of surveys or other research relating to activities of OMA members and the outdoor media sector. Where we do so, we will state the purposes for collection and handling of that personal information, and the steps that we will take to control and safeguard collection and handling of that personal information. To the extent that it is reasonably practicable to minimise handling of personal information – for example, by collecting information anonymously, or by deidentifying information – we will take all reasonable steps to do so. 

Depending on the nature of the service that we are providing or our other activity, we may disclose personal information about individuals to our external service providers and advisors, or otherwise as we notify those individuals in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988, including by obtaining their consent where consent is legally required. We will take reasonable steps to ensure that external service providers and advisors comply with the same privacy obligations as apply to OMA.  

OMA takes reasonable steps to protect personal information from loss, unauthorised access, modification, disclosure or other misuse. 

OMA takes reasonable steps to destroy personal information held by us when it is no longer required for the purpose for which it was collected. 

If you believe that we have not dealt with your personal information in a manner that complies with the Privacy Act 1988 you should contact us to discuss how we may better deal with it.  

Similarly, if you wish to access or correct personal information that we hold about you, you may make a request.  

If you are not satisfied with our response, you may make a complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner by phoning 1300 363 992 or by email to enquiries@oaic.gov.au

Communications may be directed to: 

Outdoor Media Association Inc 
Suite 504, 80 William Street 
East Sydney 2001 

Email: info@oma.org.au