TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Access to and use of this Internet Web site are governed by the terms and conditions set forth below and by applicable laws, statutes, ordinances, and regulations. By browsing, visiting, or otherwise accessing or using this site, you agree to abide by the terms and conditions set forth below.
This site is protected by the copyright laws of Canada and may be protected by the copyright laws of other countries and jurisdictions. Except as specifically permitted in accordance with the terms and conditions governing the use of this site, any copy, other reproduction, display, performance, or retransmission of all or any of the contents of this site is strictly prohibited. All rights are reserved.
Mud Bay Drilling and the other trade names under which Mud Bay Drilling does business are all trademarks. Except as specifically permitted in accordance with the terms and conditions governing the use of this site, any use of such trademarks or trade names is strictly prohibited absent the prior written consent of Mud Bay Drilling.
Use This Site at Your Own Risk
Every user who visits this site does so at his or her own risk. Mud Bay Drilling makes no representations or warranties of any kind as to and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information or materials contained in or any errors or omissions in the contents of this site, which may include factual or typographical errors and technical inaccuracies.
Regarding communications with Mud Bay Drilling through this site, Mud Bay Drilling makes no representation or warranty concerning the security of any data transmitted to Mud Bay Drilling, including information relating to potential employment.
Documents, Images, and Information Proprietary to Mud Bay Drilling
Documents, images, and information proprietary to Mud Bay Drilling, together with any associated graphic elements (collectively referred to as Mud Bay Drilling materials), may not be copied, reproduced, downloaded, or otherwise used.
It is our commitment to maintain the principles of integrity and trust with respect to the protection of personal information. As part of our commitment, we will protect the privacy of personal information of employees, clients, customers and other individuals whose information we collect.
If you have complaints about how your information is being handled by us, you may file a written complaint. Such complaint must clearly state the nature of the dispute and contain all necessary contact information for you. We will acknowledge receipt of a complaint, investigate such complaint and notify you of the outcome of the complaint, including any relevant steps taken.
Revisions to this Policy
To ensure that this Policy is up to date and complies with the Act, we reserve the right to make changes, which will become effective 30 days following our providing notice thereof.