This policy governs how and under what circumstances the FNHA may disclose client and corporate information. To file and access to information request please visit the privacy page.
3.0 Policy Statements
(a) Fees will be charged to non-Indigenous applicants.(b) Requests that are made by BC Indigenous applicants will be processed at no cost.(c) Fees may be charged to non-BC Indigenous applicants.
Control: having the authority and responsibility to decide what other parties do with Information or Data under their Custody, even though that Information or Data is not necessarily owned or possessed by FNHA.
Corporate Information: information about the operation of FNHA, including fulfilment of its obligations and the delivery of its services, mandates, and programs (e.g., annual report, corporate financial statements).
Custody: having physical possession of Information or Data, but not necessarily ownership.
Data: individual or multiple facts or statistics that, when analyzed, become Information. Data can be expressed in qualitative and quantitative terms.
Disciplinary Action(s): actions taken to address disciplinary issues, such as dishonesty or theft, or when other corrective or disciplinary action, such as coaching, have not been successful.
External Party(ies): any FNHA business partner entity or other non-FNHA entity.
Information: Data organized and analyzed in a structured manner that provides context.
News Media: print, broadcast, and internet outlets and their representatives that deliver news to the public.
Personal Information: information that can identify an individual (whether alone or in combination with other information) or that is about an identifiable individual. Personal information includes Worker personal information but does not include their business contact or work product information.
Policy Document(s): all existing documents within a policy set, including the Board-approved policy that provides principles and guidance and delegates authority to the CEO; consistent with approved policy, CEO-approved executive directives that provide direction for the approach, outline required and prohibited actions, and delegate accountabilities to Senior Executives; and, consistent with approved executive directives, any procedures approved by Senior Executives that outline specific steps to be followed.
Senior Executive(s): includes the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Officers, and Vice Presidents.
Worker(s): includes individuals employed or contracted with FNHA while engaged in an FNHA work activity; specifically, employees (union, non-union; permanent, term, casual; full-time, part-time); people working at FNHA through an Interchange Agreement; people paid via third party agencies (temporary workers); contractors; consultants; trainees; students; volunteers.
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