Terms and conditions – Mental Health At Work

Terms and conditions

Introduction

Thank you for visiting Mental Health at Work.

Mental Health at Work is funded by The Royal Foundation as part of their Heads Together campaign. It is overseen by a steering group of key partner organisations but is operated by Mind (National Association for Mental Health), a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (no. 424348) and a registered charity in England (no. 219830).

In these terms and conditions, “we” refers specifically to Mind. These terms and conditions relate specifically to Mental Health at Work and not to Mind as a whole, or its other websites.

By using or accessing Mental Health at Work, you agree to be legally bound by these terms and conditions and by our privacy policy. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms and conditions, please do not use this website.

Mind may change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes online. Please review these terms and conditions regularly. Use of the Mental Health at Work site after changes to the terms and conditions are posted means you agree to be legally bound by the updated terms and conditions. This is version 1.0 and was last updated on 5th September 2018.

Use of the website

Mind endeavours to ensure the content of this website is accurate and up to date but does not accept any liability for error or omission.

Mind is not a medical organisation and provides information rather than advice. Mind does not accept liability for any inconvenience, loss or damage arising from the use or inability to use any of the information on this website.

You may not alter the website in any way, or do anything that might damage or disrupt the good working order of the website. You may not do anything that attempts to unduly influence the impartiality of the site (for example, but not limited to, submitting multiple, inaccurate or unwarranted feedback on a given resource; or supplying false or misleading information to us about your resource or organisation).

Intellectual property and use of content

All logos, straplines and resources identified as belonging to, or being published by, our partner and contributor organisations are published here with their consent and remain the intellectual property of those organisations. Please refer to those organisations for copyright and licensing terms.

All other materials are copyright © Mind (National Association for Mental Health). The Mind name, logo and strapline are trademarks of Mind.

No content from this website (including but not limited to photographs, logos, designs, images and text) may be copied, used or reproduced without our written consent, except:

  • where extracts from the website are downloaded or printed for personal and non-commercial use; or
  • where text from the website is reproduced for the purpose of reporting in news publications provided that: (a) the text is reproduced accurately and fairly and not in a manner that could confuse or mislead others; and (b) this website is acknowledged as the source of the information.

Content and accuracy

Whilst we aim to provide you with accurate information on this website, we are unable to guarantee that the information and content contained in the website is accurate, verified or complete. We accept no liability if you or any person or organisation relies on or uses the information and/or content.

Content from other organisations, including links to specific resources on other sites, has been selected, curated and published by Mind in accordance with our quality assurance principles. However, Mind cannot take responsibility for the content of external websites, and any such links should not be taken as guarantees of effectiveness or quality. Mental Health at Work’s purpose is to suggest resources to you that might be relevant to your situation, but the judgment about whether and how to act, or not act, upon any information found here must be your own.

Inclusion of resources

Mental Health at Work is designed to cover a wide range of resources, from a wide range of partners and producers, aimed at helping a wide range of organisations to improve workplace mental health. As such, we are always happy to receive suggestions of further resources to include, offers to feature in case studies of organisations implementing resources, or blog posts reflecting on a new resource or development. If you would like to suggest any of these, please contact us.

All potential new resources will be reviewed in accordance with our quality assurance process, and we reserve the right not to publish any resource. All descriptions of resources and organisations will be written by Mind; we will not accept standard marketing text for publication. However, we will work with content partners to make sure each description is accurate, and are always happy to receive introductory text to inform our work.

Use of the website from outside the UK

Whilst we welcome all visitors to this website, we cannot guarantee that the website is appropriate or available for use in any territory. Those who visit the website from outside the UK are responsible for complying with all applicable laws. If use of the website breaches any law in your jurisdiction(s), you may not use the website and you must exit immediately.

Privacy policy and cookies

Any personal information which you provide to us through the website will be processed in accordance with our privacy policy, which is accessible through a footer on every page of the site. This policy also details our use of cookies. By using the site you confirm that you have understood, and consent to, the privacy policy and you warrant that all data provided by you is accurate.

Alteration of service or amendments to the conditions

We reserve the right to make changes to our website, including this policy, at any time. You will be subject to the conditions in force at the time that you use the website or, unless any change to those policies or these conditions is required to be made by law or government authority. If any of these conditions are deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, that condition will be deemed severable and will not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining condition.

Liability and jurisdiction

Nothing in these terms of use excludes or limits our liability for death or personal injury arising from our negligence, or our fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation, or any other liability that cannot be excluded or limited by English law.

To the extent permitted by law, we exclude all conditions, warranties, representations or other terms which may apply to our site or any content on it, whether express or implied.

We cannot guarantee that the website will be uninterrupted or error free, or that the website or your use of it will be free of viruses or harmful material.

It is your responsibility to ensure that your computer system (including, but not limited to, your hardware, software and data) is not damaged by your use of the website.

In circumstances where you suffer loss or damage arising out of or in connection with the use of the website, we accept no liability.

Contracts are concluded in English and are subject to the laws of England and Wales. Any disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.