sending emails outside of the work environment on work related matters

Sending emails outside of the work environment on

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sending emails outside of the work environment on work-related matters. Professional duties include: using the internet for professional development, or other approved study, research or professional forums limited use of computer, email and other facilities to support study (during personal time) limited support for employees to network or engage with professional associations. Limited personal use means use that is infrequent and brief. This use should generally occur during personal time and should not include use: o that requires substantial expenditure of time o for private business, personal gain or profit o that impedes the efficiency of internet or email services o that clogs mailboxes with large numbers of messages o that would violate or breach any state or federal legislation o that would violate or breach JKL organisational policies and procedures. As a guide, use that occurs more than a few times per day and/or for periods longer than a few minutes would not be considered limited personal use. Staff members may be held personally responsible for any use of electronic resources and services that do not comply with these principles. Limited personal use includes: o limited personal emails and internet searches that are not unauthorised, unlawful or criminal o using a printer or photocopier to print out a few pages of personal information o making occasional brief local telephone calls o making financial transactions, including bill paying or home banking o using web-based email. Note: It is expected that personal use of electronic resources is undertaken during a staff member’s personal time (personal time is staff members’ own time that is not during business hours, e.g. before 9.00 am, after 5.00 pm and during lunch breaks). Inappropriate use RTO Provider: 91153 - CRICOS Code: 02672K Page 51 of 72 BSBLDR401 Innovation and Business Skills Council Ltd,1 st Edition Version 3,2015 greenwichcollege. edu.au
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JKL will not tolerate inappropriate materials such as pornographic, racist, defamatory or harassing files, pictures, videos or email messages that might cause offence or embarrassment. Never store, use, copy or circulate such material, and steer clear of dubious websites. If you receive inappropriate material by email or other means, delete it immediately. If you accidentally browse to an offensive website, click ‘back’ or close the window straight away. If you routinely receive a lot of spam, talk to your IT manager, who can get your spam settings checked. Staff members should not use electronic communications media to: o infringe the copyright or other intellectual property right of JKL or third parties o download software (without authorisation by management for legitimate work purposes) o scan and email print resources protected by copyright o disrupt communication and information devices through such means as mass emailing or transmitting files that place an unnecessary burden on departmental resources (without authorisation by management for legitimate work purposes) o
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