Comments Policy

Safety @ Work welcomes your comments.

However, in order to maintain the integrity of this blog and its content, all comments, trackbacks and pingbacks made to Safety @ Work are moderated and publication of comments remains subject first to the approval of a moderator.

In making your comments, we would appreciate if you would abide by the following guidelines:


Comment Form

  • Please ensure the Comment Form is filled in with your name and email address at a minimum. We note that while your email address is required in order for you to comment, this will not be published on the blog or shared. Safety @ Work bloggers may use the email address to contact you.
  • For your privacy, please do not place mail adresses, email addresses or phone numbers in the blog comment box.

Language

  • Please do not use offensive or inappropriate language. Those comemnts which are considered by Safety @ Work to be offensive in any way will be edited or deleted at the discretion of Safety @ Work.
  • Safety @ Work does not permit any personal attacks to be made against any administrator, contributor, editor or author of Safety @ Work or any other person. Content may be questioned or argued but not personal attacks are allowed. Any such comments will be subject to editing or deletion at the discretion of Safety @ Work.

Stay on topic

  • Please keep to the topic of the blog post in making a comment. Comments which fail to keep to the topic may be edited, moved or deleted.

Comment Spam

  • Please keep links within blog comments to a minimum.
  • Any comment Safety @ Work or its administrators, contributors, editors and/or authors deem to be possible comment spam will be deleted and marked as comment spam.

Liability

  • All comments within the Safety @ Work blog are the responsibility of the commenter, not any administrator, contributor, editor or author of the Safety @ Work blog. By submitting comment to the Safety @ Work blog, you agree that the content of the comment is your own and you indemnify Safety @ Work and any administrator, contributor, editor or author against any repercussions, damages or liability for any comment made by you on Safety @ Work.

Rights Reserved

  • Safety @ Work and its administrators, contributors, editors and/or authors reserve the right to edit, delete, move or mark as spam any and all comments on the blog. They also have the right to block access to any one or any group from commenting on the Safety @ Work blog.

Violations of the Comment Policy

  • Anyone who violates the Safety @Work Comments Policy may be blocked from access to and/or comment on the Safety @ Work blog.
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