Welcome to NAIT (the ‘NAIT Information System’), a system hosted and operated by NAIT Limited (‘we’, ‘our’, ‘us’, ‘NAIT’). These terms apply to the entire contents of the NAIT Information System. By registering to use the NAIT Information System, you agree to these terms.
Unless otherwise indicated, copyright in material on the NAIT Information System is owned by NAIT Limited.
You are required to obtain a logon — username and password — before being able to enjoy certain features of this system. You must take good care of your logon, and keep it secure.
You must take reasonable care to:
You must immediately change your password and notify us if you:
You agree that you will:
We may suspend or disable your logon if:
You agree that we are entitled to rely on the authenticity and authority of your username and password to process actions or requests you submit to this system and that we may do so without further enquiry.
We disclaim and exclude all liability for any claim, loss, demand or damages of any kind whatsoever (including for negligence) arising out of or in connection with the use of either this system or the information, content or materials included on this system or on any website to which it is linked.
The inclusion of links to third party sites does not imply any endorsement of the linked website or its content or provider.
We will not be responsible for any disruption to this system or for loss or corruption of any information whilst in transit or when downloaded onto any computer system from this system.
NAIT will collect personal information about you when you register to use the NAIT Information System, and when you enter data regarding stock movements of animals with which you are associated. All personal information we collect is collected for the purpose of administering the National Animal Identification and Tracing Act 2012 (the NAIT Act), and is governed by that Act and by the Privacy Act 2020.
In accordance with Part 4 of the NAIT Act, information from the NAIT system is also available to agencies with functions under:
Providing personal information is compulsory pursuant to the NAIT Act. A failure to provide information as required under the Act, or providing false information, is an offence.
You are entitled to seek access to, and correction of, any personal information we hold about you.