Updated version: 6/17/2022
The Service is provided by the Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Technical Assistance Center(HPSWRTAC) at George Washington University (GW). From now on the HPSWRTAC will be referred to as the Workplace Change Collaborative.
Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Technical Assistance Center (HPSWRTAC)
Registered office: 2175 K Street, #250, Washington, District of Columbia 20037]
E-mail: [email protected]
Project Director: Candice Chen, MD, MPH
Google Cloud Platform
Company located at Gordon House, 4 Barrow St, Dublin, Ireland
Registered in the Dublin Trade and Companies Register under the number: 752925594
Phone number: +353 1 436 1000
Community Website: the online platform named Workplace Change Collaborative edited by Hivebrite and provided by George Washington University, allowing User to benefit from the Service.
User Account: means a dedicated online account opened by any visitor and providing an access to the Service.
Identifiers: means login and password or social login the User used to create the User Account.
Party or Parties: means the User and Workplace Change Collaborative designated either individually or collectively.
Service: means the Community Website and all the functionalities provided thereto and described in the Terms and Conditions.
Service Content: any data, text, files, information, usernames, images, graphics, photos, profiles, audio and video clips, sounds, works of authorship, applications, links, and other content or materials made available during the Service.
User or Users: means any person authorized by <customer name> to access and use of the Service after creation of a User Account.
User Content: any content created, posted, or shared by the User, on or through the Service including any information, data, photos and other content relating to the User.
The Terms of Service will come into effect on first access to the Service for the entire duration of use.
The Service enables Users to connect with each other, build communities, or also do networking.
The Service comprises a suite of online services provided by Workplace Change Collaborative, allowing the User to:
These Terms of Service govern the use of each component of the Service.
Access to the Service shall be subject to the creation of a User Account.
The Service is available on the website wpchange.org.
The User must ensure to has (the “User’s System”):
This shall require the entering of personal identification data through the online registration form accessible at the following address: wpchange.org
The User shall enter user identification data such as name, surname, allocated user ID and email.
The User can also create a User Account by connecting through his or her Google account.
The User agrees to provide only accurate and complete information when creating or updating his/her Account information.
In order to benefit from the Services, the User must log-in with the email & password or Google account the User used to create the User Account. Identifiers are personal and confidential. Users are responsible for keeping it secret and not disclose it to any third party in any form and for any reason whatsoever.
The User’s login can only be changed at the request of the User or at the initiative of Workplace Change Collaborative. The User’s password is modifiable by the User through the User’s Account. The User is solely and entirely responsible for the use of the User’s Identifiers and undertakes to do everything possible to keep it secret and not to disclose them to anyone, in any form whatsoever and for any reason whatsoever. If the User forgets her/his password, the User can generate a new one by clicking on the link “Reset my password.”
The User is solely responsible for the activity that occurs on its User Account and will be responsible to keep its Identifiers secure and for the use of his Identifiers by third-parties or for any actions or declarations made through his User Account, whether fraudulent or not, and guarantees Workplace Change Collaborative against any request in this respect.
If the User has reason to believe that a person is fraudulently using identification elements or his User Account, she or he must immediately inform the Workplace Change Collaborative team by e-mail at the following address: [email protected]
The User is solely responsible for the improper access, damage, disruption, loss or theft and adverse consequences caused by its breach of the confidentiality of the Identifiers. In case of loss, misappropriation or unauthorized use of its password, the User shall immediately notify the Workplace Change Collaborative Team.
Users may not use another’s account without permission. A User Account may not be shared, transferred, or sold to other parties, nor are they to be used by or made available to any person or entity except the registered user.
The Service is available for free of charge (excluding any connection costs, whose price depends on your electronic communication service provider).
The Service and the Service Content belong and shall remain the property of Workplace Change Collaborative or its licensors as appropriate, and is protected by copyright, patent when applicable, trade secret and other intellectual property laws.
The User shall not acquire any of such rights title and interest (including, without limitation, all intellectual property rights such as copies, modifications, extensions and derivative works thereof) save as otherwise expressly set out in this Article 7.2 and the User shall take all necessary measures to this effect. All rights not expressly granted to Users are reserved and retained.
Workplace Change Collaborative is the producer of databases on the Community Website and Workplace Change Collaborative is the owner of any databases made available. The User shall not extract or reuse a substantial qualitative or quantitative portion of the databases, including for private purpose.
In connection with the use of the Services and Service Content or User’s Content, the User is not authorized to, or cannot allow a third party to:
The User represents and warrants that she or he retains ownership of all of his intellectual property rights in the User Content or that this User Content is subject to a license granted to the User by a third party holding these rights, under conditions allowing the User to freely use and/or transfer these elements for the purpose of using the Service, under the conditions described in the Terms and Conditions. Workplace Change Collaborative does not claim ownership of the User Content.
The User holds Workplace Change Collaborative harmless from all claims or actions brought by third parties on the grounds of an infringement of their rights, including, without limitation, publicity rights, copyrights, trademark and/or other intellectual property rights or privacy rights in the User Content.
Persons aged 18 years old or less are not authorized to access the Service.
User may not post content which includes, but is not limited to: (i) sexually explicit materials; (ii) obscene, misleading, libelous, slanderous, violent, hateful and/or unlawful content or profanity; (iii) content that infringes upon the rights of any third party, including copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity or other personal or proprietary right, or that is deceptive or fraudulent; (iv) content that promotes the use or sale of illegal or regulated substances, tobacco products, ammunition and/or firearms; and (v) gambling, including without limitation, any online casino, sports books, bingo or poker (“Objectionable Content”)via the Service.
User may not defame, stalk, bully, abuse, harass, threaten, impersonate or intimidate people or entities and must not post private or confidential information via the Service, including, without limitation, the User or any other person's credit card information, social security or alternate national identity numbers, non-public phone numbers or non-public email addresses.
User must not create accounts with the Service through unauthorized means, including but not limited to, by using an automated device, script, bot, spider, crawler or scraper.
User must not attempt to restrict another User from using or enjoying the Service and must not encourage or facilitate violations of these Terms of Service.
User may only make non-commercial uses of the Service and Service Content. Use of Service or the Service Content for any commercial, public or political purpose is strictly prohibited. Prohibited activities include, but are not limited to: (1) activities that are illegal or fraudulent; (2) use that inaccurately implies endorsement, approval, or sponsorship by Workplace Change Collaborative Team (or any individual officer or employee of GW or HRSA); (3) use that can be confused with official communications of GW or HRSA or its officers or employees; and (4) print or electronic mass mailings (sometimes known as "spamming"), solicitations for commercial services.
In order to ensure the Community Website provides the best experience possible for everyone, if a User sees any inappropriate content, she or he must use the “Report as offensive” feature found under each post.
Workplace Change Collaborative Team has no general obligation to monitor User Content nor to investigate whether facts or circumstances are revealing illicit activities. We have set up a reporting tool allowing any User to notify illegal, abusive and harmful content.
The knowledge of such content is deemed effective when the hosting provider is notified of following:
If a User Content is reported, Workplace Change Collaborative team reserves the right to withdraw the reported content and/or suspend or terminate the User Account of the User having originally published the reported content in the conditions set forth in Article 11.2.
At any time, the User may delete its User Account by contacting the Workplace Change Collaborative team at the address or email address mentioned in Article 15.
Deletion is effective immediately and all the data collected upon the subscription as well as the content published by the User on the Community Website is deleted after a period of 5 years.
Workplace Change Collaborative team will delete inactive accounts after a continuous period of two (2) years the User has not used the Community Website. The User will be informed by email of the deletion of his or her account subject to prior notice of two (2)weeks allowing the User to object to such deletion.
Workplace Change Collaborative is not responsible for the User’s device compatibility nor if the User is unable to connect due to any technical problem related to the Internet network or a failure in the User's computer facilities and equipment.
Workplace Change Collaborative shall not be responsible for User’s System nor any problems arising from or related to User’s System or caused by the Internet. User is responsible for the security of the User System and the security of its access to and connection with the Services.
Insofar as it has not been reported in the conditions of Article 10, any document, information, data, or elements available via the Service, including User Content (“Information”) is provided without any guarantees, notably that the Information is comprehensive or accurate.
The User is solely responsible for the use of the Information and bears all the risks arising from your reliance on this Information. The Information is provided on the condition that the User can determine its interest for a specific purpose before use. Under no circumstances Workplace Change Collaborative accepts liability for injury arising from reliance on the said Information, its use or use of a product to which it refers.
The User is solely responsible for all User Content posted, and assumes all risks relating to its use by others and others’ reliance on its accuracy. The User acknowledges that, following the publication of the any content, its information will become accessible to all the Users on the Community Website and that as such, same information will be published, modified, translated, reproduced in any form and accessible, saved and reproduced by other Users and the Workplace Change Collaborative team. Workplace Change Collaborative team will have no responsibility or liability in connection with the User Content.
Workplace Change Collaborative team expressly excludes any liability for events of any kind that may occur during any meeting organized between Users within the use of the Services.
The Community Website may provide links to websites operated by third parties or other internet sources/networks, as well as data/information coming from third-party servers. Workplace Change Collaborative team does not endorse or accept responsibility for the content or the use of third-party websites and cannot be held liable for any damage following or in relation with use or the fact of having trusted the content/data/results available on such third-party servers, external sources or internet sites.
If a User uses third-party sites or content from third-party servers, User does so solely at User’s own risk. Links do not imply that the Company is affiliated or associated with any linked site.
The User can use these contact details for any technical support request.
The User is informed, as consumer, of the possibility to use a conventional mediation procedure or any other alternative dispute resolution method. In particular, the User may refer the matter to the Community Manager.
Change of the Service. Workplace Change Collaborative may further develop or modify the Service or the Service Content only to improve its quality. The User will be informed of such development/modification as soon as it is implemented.
Convention of proof. Electronic documents exchanged by electronic means between the User and the Workplace Change Collaborative team shall be regarded as writings having the same probative force as writings on paper in the meaning of applicable law. They may constitute faithful and durable copies in accordance with applicable law, so that the User is invited to keep them.
Force majeure. In no case Workplace Change Collaborative team may be held liable for any breach of its contractual obligations resulting from a force majeure event as defined in applicable law and related jurisprudence.