You agree to use this Website only for lawful purposes and in a manner which does not infringe the rights of, or restrict, or inhibit the use and enjoyment of the Website by, any third party. Such restriction includes, without limitation, conduct which may harass, defame or cause distress to any person and the transmission of obscene or offensive material within this Website.
You must not misuse our Website by knowingly introducing viruses, trojans, worms, logic bombs or other material which is malicious or technologically harmful. You must not attempt to gain unauthorised access to our Website, the server on which our Website is stored or any server, computer or database connected to our Website. You must not attack our Website via a denial-of-service attack or a distributed denial-of service attack.
By breaching this provision, you would commit a criminal offence under the Computer Misuse Act 1990. We will report any such breach to the relevant law enforcement authorities and we will co-operate with those authorities by disclosing your identity to them. In the event of such a breach, your right to use our Website will cease immediately.
You are also responsible for ensuring that all persons who access the Website through your internet connection are aware of these terms and conditions and that they comply with them. This includes any children or young people for whom you are responsible.
SEA are committed to creating a safe, healthy and inclusive place to work and volunteer for our staff, and for those who we come into contact with through our work. To achieve this, we have a robust safeguarding policy and procedures in place, underpinned by role specific safeguarding training designed to help to reduce the risk of abuse or harm from occurring, and to equip our people to recognise and report where they may have safeguarding concerns.
As part of their training, all paid colleagues are required to agree to a safeguarding code of conduct and are made aware of our expectations in relation to their conduct but also their responsibility to report any concerns.
We recognise that some of our colleagues and volunteers may be more vulnerable to harm and that this harm may be happening outside of SEA. However, as part of our corporate social responsibility, we will always support our colleagues to report any abuse or harm they are experiencing outside of SEA to stop this from happening.
Some of our colleagues carry out roles that require them to work with people who are considered vulnerable adults at risk. We carry out Disclosure and Barring (DBS) checks for colleagues in these roles and for others where we have risk assessed this as being necessary to their function.
We have a zero-tolerance approach to anyone who causes harm or abuse and will thoroughly investigate and respond to any concern and, where appropriate, report such matters to the police and/or local authorities. For more information, please contact: