Privacy Policy

Collection and Disclosure Statement

AEPMA understands that Association Members and non members are concerned that their privacy is protected and that AEPMA takes adequate steps in the way it collects, retains, uses and discloses information collected.

AEPMA collects information on Members including names, addresses and company information. The primary purposes for collecting this information are to:

  1. ensure applicants meet the requirement for Membership
  2. be able to advise Members of information of interest to them as Members or as pest control operators
  3. promote Members as belonging to AEPMA and increase their business opportunities

Information available to the public will be via the AEPMA website and include the Member Profile submitted by the Member and their contact details. Confirmation of Membership and Member contact details will also be made to the public that makes telephone contact with National Office.

The National Office of AEPMA shall be the body responsible for retaining this information and for implementing this policy. The National Office shall not make this information available except as noted in "Specific Policies" attached to the Privacy Policy. As a general principle if there is information to be sent to Members then the National Office shall arrange for this and not allow Member data to be given to or be used by others.

Members can check their own data is correct by checking it on the "Members Centre" section of the AEPMA web site ( This is accessed by identification and password and individual Member information is accessible to that Member only. A Member's data can also be checked by arranging to view it at the National Office. New Members' names and addresses shall be advised to Milne Publications for it to send a copy of Professional Pest Manager which is included as a benefit of Membership.

Information collected about non members shall not be retained except as necessary to respond to their enquiries.