Terms & Conditions

1) Provision of Goods

  1. The supplier shall ensure that the Goods shall correspond with their description and any applicable Goods Specification set out in the PO.
  2. The supplier shall ensure that the Goods shall be of satisfactory quality and fit for required purpose.
  3. The supplier shall ensure that the Goods shall be free from defects in design, materials, and workmanship and remain so for twelve (12) months after delivery as a minimum.
  4. The supplier shall comply with all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements relating to the manufacture, labeling, packaging, storage, handling and delivery of the Goods.
  5. Unless otherwise stated in the PO, where the goods are to be delivered by the supplier, the point of delivery shall be when the Goods are removed from the suppliers transporting vehicle:
    • On the date specified in the PO or, if no such date is specified, on the date agreed between SCMS and the supplier;
    • During SCMS’s normal hours of business on a Business Day, or as otherwise instructed in writing by SCMS;
    • At the location specified in the PO or such other location as instructed in writing by SCMS before delivery;
    • and the supplier shall offload the Goods as directed by SCMS.
  6. Where the Goods are to be collected by SCMS, the point of delivery shall be when the Goods are loaded onto SCMS’s transporting vehicle.
  7. Delivery will be deemed to be incomplete if the supplier fails to provide SCMS with all the documentation or training necessary for the safe and proper operation or intended use of the Goods and SCMS shall have the right to inspect and test the Goods at any time before delivery.
  8. The issue by SCMS of a receipt for the Goods shall not constitute any acknowledgement of the condition, quantity or nature of the Goods.
  9. The supplier must ensure all Goods are suitably packaged, marked in a proper manner and in accordance with any SCMS instructions, statutory requirements and any requirements of the carriers. SCMS shall not be obliged to return any packaging materials for any Goods whether or not they are accepted by SCMS.
  10. If the Goods require the carrying out of tests, installation or training, delivery shall not be deemed to be complete until such tests have been passed, all Goods installed or training delivered to SCMS’s unconditional satisfaction and the Supplier shall provide to SCMS upon request with copies of all test reports and all test reports and all data discovered as a result of testing.
  11. If SCMS install any Goods supplied to it, the Supplier shall supply in advance of delivery a functional description of each part of the Goods, together with sufficient drawings and instructions to allow SCMS to install, operate and maintain the Goods including details of any special environmental controls required to ensure that the Works meet any relevant specification.

2) Delivery of Goods

  1. The Supplier shall notify SCMS if any delivery or performance is likely to be delayed beyond the date specified in the PO or, if no such date is specified in the PO, beyond the date which had been agreed between SCMS and the Supplier. If the PO provides for the payment of liquidated damages for delays in performance or delivery then these shall apply. If not, then the provisions of the below clause shall apply.
  2. Failure by the Supplier to promptly notify SCMS of any likely delay shall entitle SCMS to terminate without liability all or any part of the order set out in the PO. SCMS shall also be entitled to compensation for any Direct Losses resulting from such failure and/or delay. If any delay which is promptly notified to SCMS does or is likely to exceed ten (10) days, SCMS shall be entitled to terminate without liability on its part all or any part of the order set out in the PO (unless the delay is due to Force Majeure) to compensation for any resulting Direct Losses.
  3. In addition to any other right SCMS may have under this Agreement or any other contract between it and the Supplier, SCMS shall be entitled to postpone the date of delivery or performance for whatever period it thinks fit upon giving notice in writing to the Supplier. The supplier shall not make any additional charges for providing or performing the Goods / Works where SCMS exercises this right, unless the Supplier can demonstrate to the reasonable satisfaction of SCMS, providing a written statement and supporting evidence, that such additional charges are unavoidable due to the proposed postponement. In such circumstances SCMS shall be entitled to terminate the Agreement immediately without any liability whatsoever if it determines (at its sole discretion) that the increase in charges is not reasonable.
  4. If an inspection by SCMS at any time after delivery by the Supplier establishes that all or any part of the Goods supplied does not comply with all the requirements of the Agreement, SCMS may (without limitation) reject theGoods supplied, return it to the Supplier and require replacement or recover its losses, costs and expenses from the Supplier.
  5. SCMS shall be entitled to deduct from the Price or reclaim from the Supplier any reasonable costs associated with the procurement of any Replacement Services or any costs associated with the Works which the Supplier has failed to provide in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. These costs will include, without limitation, any premium paid and/or transportation or delivery charges required to achieve the timeframe originally specified for the provision of the Works in this Agreement.
  6. The Supplier shall give SCMS not less than 30 days’ written notice where it proposes to alter the scheduled service times agreed by SCMS or, where service times have not been specified, outside of the standard service times. Where the Supplier’s revised service times will no longer satisfy the requirements of SCMS, SCMS reserves the right to terminate this Agreement.
  7. The Supplier is not entitled to charge any Wasted Journey charge where the Supplier has attempted to attend a site outside of the service times agreed by SCMS in writing or where the Supplier is unable to demonstrate compliance. Where service times have not been specified by SCMS, the agreed service times shall be deemed to be 0800 to 1700 hours Saturday to Thursday (excluding public holidays).

3) Hazardous goods

  1. If any Goods to be provided or performed under the Agreement involve the use of any hazardous substances or requires any special precautions to be taken to ensure safety in handling, transport, storage or use, the Supplier shall prior to delivery furnish SCMS with written details of the nature of those substances and the precautions to be taken and shall ensure that before dispatch appropriate instructions and warning are clearly and prominently marked or securely attached to any containers into which they are packed.
  2. In particular (but without limitation) the Supplier shall provide to SCMS in writing all such data, instructions and warnings as required to comply with applicable worldwide legislation, including without limitation relating to health and safety and shall indemnify SCMS against any and all liabilities, claims and expenses which may arise as a result of the Supplier’s failure to do so.

4) Remedies

If the supplier fails to complete the delivery or performance of any Goods/Works in accordance with this Agreement, for any reason other than Force Majeure, without prejudice to any other right and remedies it may have, SCMS shall be entitled to:

  1. Reject the Goods/Works (in whole or in part) whether or not title has passed and to return them to the Suppliers at the Suppliers own risk and expense;
  2. Require the Supplier to remedy such defect at its own cost within seven (7) days including without limitation to repair or replace any rejected Goods/Works (in which case the Supplier shall also be liable to SCMS for any costs arising out of any damage caused by the Supplier in remedying such defects and shall also provide free of charge any additional Goods/Works necessary to remedy the Goods/Works);
  3. Recover from the Supplier any costs incurred by SCMS in having such defects remedied;
  4. Cancel any Goods/Works which have not been delivered or provided by the date required and require a full refund of any part of the Price which has been paid; and/or
  5. Charge to the Supplier any additional costs, losses or expenses which SCMS may incur due to the Supplier’s failure to deliver or perform the correct Goods/Works in accordance with this Agreement and the PO, including, but not limited to, any additional costs incurred by SCMS in obtaining any Replacement Services from a third party and any payments contractually due to third parties as a result of the Goods/Works not being so provided by the specified delivery date.

5) Price and payment

  1. The price for the works shall be as set out, described and/or calculated in or pursuant to the PO and will be fixed unless the PO provides otherwise. The Price shall be inclusive of all other charges and expenses including packaging, shipping, carriage, insurance, testing and delivery of any Goods to the delivery address and any duties, imposts or levies.
  2. No increase to the Price may be made (whether on account of increased material, labour, or transport costs, fluctuations in exchange rates, legislative or regulatory changes, or otherwise) without the prior written consent of SCMS. SCMS shall be entitled to any discount of prompt payment, bulk purchase or volume purchase customarily granted by the Supplier, whether or not shown on its own terms and conditions of sale.
  3. Unless specified otherwise in the PO, the Supplier shall invoice SCMS at any time after the later of the due date for completion and/or delivery of the Goods/Works and the actual date of such completion and/or delivery. The invoice shall comply with the Invoice instructions and shall state clearly that it is an invoice and include the PO number, the full name of the SCMS contracting legal entity, a description of the Goods/Works to which the invoice relates, a valid SCMS vendor number, the Suppliers name and valid commercial registration number and such other information as SCMS may reasonably require. Any incomplete invoice will be invalid. For the avoidance of doubt, SCMS shall not be bound by a purchase order for a price other than as set out, described and/or calculated in or pursuant to the PO.
  4. SCMS shall not be obliged to pay and/or consider any invoice that:
    • Does not comply with the Invoice instructions
    • Exceeds a valid SCMS purchase order;
    • Is not addressed to the correct SCMS contracting legal entity; and/or
    • Does not quote a valid SCMS Purchase order number or is received more than ninety (90) days after the Goods have been delivered and/or Services completed.
  5. All invoices must be sent by email or post to Accounts Payable department and to the PO Box address stipulated by SCMS.
  6. SCMS shall deduct the cost of any Goods which are returned by SCMS or any Services rejected by SCMS from the next payment due to the Supplier. Where the return of any Goods or the rejection of any Services put the Supplier into a debt position and SCMS is unable to deduct the balance from a payment due, SCMS will issue a debit note and shall require settlement of the debit note by the Supplier within fourteen (14) days of the date of the debit note.

6) Continuous improvement

The supplier undertakes to use its best endeavours to adopt a policy of continuous improvement throughout the term of the Agreement in relation to the Goods/Works, pursuant to which it shall regularly review the Goods/Works to:

  1. Improve the quality, scope and efficiency of the Goods/Works; and
  2. Reduce the Price, any charges and SCMS’s costs, without adversely affecting the Goods/Works or any standards or levels applicable to the Goods/Works.

7) Warranties

The Supplier warrants that it has the full capacity and authority to enter into and perform this Agreement and that this Agreement is executed by a duly authorised representative of the Supplier.

8) Indemnity

  1. The Supplier shall indemnify SCMS full from and against all losses, claims, proceedings, demands, charges, actions, damages, costs, expenses and any other liabilities whatsoever suffered or incurred by SCMS and/or any Group Company (including any professional or legal expenses incurred) that may arise out of, or in connection with:
    • The performance or non-performance by the Supplier of its obligations under this Agreement;
    • Any act or omission or negligence of the Supplier;
    • Any breach of any warranty given by the Supplier in relation to the Goods/Works including but not limited to the warranties set out above;
  2. The Supplier shall be liable for additional operational, administrative costs and/or expenses or wasted expenditure resulting from the direct breach of the Agreement by the Supplier.

9) Force majeure

SCMS shall have no liability to the Supplier, or be deemed to be in breach of the Agreement, for delay in performing, or failure to perform, any of its obligations under this Agreement as a consequence of any of the following events, where the event is outside of SCMS’s reasonable control:

  1. Flood, storm, severe weather conditions or other natural events;
  2. War, terrorist action, hostilities, revolution, riot or civil disorder;
  3. Any obstruction of any public or private highway or road or any event which prevents or obstructs access to the location.

10) Confidentiality

  1. For the purposes of this clause, “Confidential Information” means any information which has been designated as confidential by SCMS in writing or which because of its content ought to be considered as confidential (however it is conveyed or on whatever media it is stored), information the disclosure of which would, or would be likely to, prejudice the interests of SCMS, its trade secrets, Intellectual Property Rights or know-how and all personal data and sensitive data within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 1998.
  2. The Supplier shall:
    • Treat all Confidential Information belonging to SCMS as confidential and shall use its best endeavours to prevent its employees, consultants, agents, suppliers and sub-contractors from making any disclosure to any person of any such Confidential Information; and
    • Not disclose any Confidential Information belonging to SCMS to any other person without prior written consent of SCMS, except to such persons and to such extent as may be necessary for the performance of the Supplier’s obligations under the Agreement or except where disclosure is otherwise expressly permitted by the provisions of this Agreement.

Privacy Policy


Protecting your privacy is very important to us. This policy sets out how SCMS collects and processes your personal information. It also sets out your rights in relation to the personal information we hold about you. If you have questions about this policy, please contact the SCMS Data Protection and Privacy Office at ____________.

What does this policy do?

This policy describes how SCMS deals with personal information of individuals that interact with SCMS – this includes representatives of our suppliers, customers, sponsors and business partners; landowners; industry association representatives; users of the SCMS website and; shareholders; and job applicants.For the purposes of this policy, “personal information” means any information about an identified or identifiable person. This includes where you can be identified, directly or indirectly, including by reference to an identifier (for example, a name or email address, or an online identifier such as a unique device identification number). We use the words “process” and “processing” to describe the various things we may do with your personal information – including using, disclosing, holding, recording, storing, transferring or otherwise handling that information.

Types of personal information we collect

We collect and process different types of personal information depending on how you interact with us. In some cases, this may include information that shows who you are and/or is linked to you as a result of your interactions with SCMS. In some circumstances, we may also collect sensitive personal information about you.

The types of personal information that we collect about you may include:

  • Identification data – such as your name, gender, job title, photograph and date of birth.
  • Contact details – such as your home and business address, email address and telephone number.
  • Recruitment-related information – such as your name, email address, location, telephone number, qualifications, employment history, interests, types of roles you are interested in, your work application form and resume or CV. If you progress through the interview process, we may also collect interview notes, references, results of any psychometric tests and background checks (including criminal records checks), your work visa and other information to verify your identity and right to work.
  • e-Business information – this includes information required to provide access to SCMS e-Business websites or portals (such as login information, IP addresses), and records of your use of those websites or portals.
  • Usage information – information we collect when you use our websites or apps, such as server log information (your IP address, browser type, operating system, browser language, time zone, access times and any referring addresses) and location information.
  • Other information – this includes information about access and attendance to SCMS premises and physical assets (such as security records about times of entry and exit, and information collected through CCTV), details about your use of our assets, communications with you (including complaints or concerns raised by you or any feedback or survey responses that you provide to us) and other information you voluntarily provide to SCMS.

Sensitive Personal Information

Some types of personal information are considered to be more private than others (which, depending on jurisdiction, includes information about someone’s racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs or affiliations, health or medical conditions, genetic information, biometric information, sexual orientation, criminal record, trade-union membership and political association membership). This type of information is called “sensitive personal information”.

Sometimes we may collect sensitive personal information about you (such as health or medical information, criminal history checks, or your racial or ethnic origin), but we will only do this as described in section 3 (Why we process your personal information) below.

As flagged above, sometimes we may need to collect and process sensitive personal information about you, but we will only do this:

  • where you have explicitly provided your consent; or
  • where otherwise permitted by applicable laws and regulations.

How do we collect personal information?

We will primarily collect personal information from you either directly (such as when you subscribe to a news alert or request information from us, including through the Contact Us form available on our website) or indirectly from your interactions with us (such as by monitoring your use of the SCMS website. In some cases, we may also collect personal information about you from third parties (such as recruitment agencies).

Why do we process your personal information?

We process personal information to conduct our business – this includes managing our contractual relationships, recruitment, monitoring access to our websites and apps, managing safety and security risks, and complying with our legal obligations. We also process sensitive personal information where you have provided your consent or it is necessary to comply with legal obligations. The purposes for which we process your personal information will depend on the type of personal information collected and the context in which it was collected. However, the primary purposes for which we process personal information include:

  • managing our relationship with you – this includes providing you with information or services, improving our products and services and communicating with you;
  • business-related purposes – this includes negotiating, managing, and fulfilling our contracts with customers, suppliers and third parties (including e-commerce transactions); managing business relationships; administering real estate leases and licenses; conducting clearance procedures; managing accounts and records; supporting corporate social responsibility activities; resource planning and workforce management; activities and operations; internal investigations; and debt administration;
  • marketing and public relation purposes – this includes analyzing the characteristics of visitors to our website; to prepare analytics and profiling for business intelligence purposes; to personalize your experience on our website; managing our newsletters and communications and, where SCMS collects details in the membership database relevant to SCMS’s e-Business website, for demographic analysis and personalisation of the website.
  • recruitment-related purposes – this includes considering you for career opportunities (including internship positions) with SCMS and inviting you to participate in recruitment activities and events;
  • managing safety and security risks – this includes managing and monitoring access and use of our premises and sites, safety and security at our sites (including through the use of CCTV), and our IT environment (including monitoring electronic communications) and the health of those on our sites;
  • website administration and internal operations – this includes troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, research, statistical and survey purposes;
  • managing shareholder relationships – this includes for the purposes of undertaking share transactions, dividend payments and communications with shareholders; and
  • legal obligations – this includes meeting obligations imposed under law; responding to lawful requests from governments and public authorities; and responding to potential or actual litigation.

We may also collect and process your personal information for any other purposes for which you have provided your consent or if there is another lawful basis for doing so.

If we do not collect your personal information, it may affect our ability to perform these functions.


Our websites and apps may use cookies. Cookies are small pieces of data stored on the web browser of your device. These are used by us for site administration and analysis purposes and to deliver tailored content. If you wish not to take advantage of cookies, you may configure your browser not to accept them (although this may disable or render unusable some of the features of our online services). For more information, please see our Cookie Policy.


Our websites and apps may contain links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other websites. The privacy practices applicable to other websites may differ substantially from ours. Please read the privacy policy of any other websites you visit before using such websites.

Who do we share your personal information with?

We may share your personal information within our corporate group as well as with third parties involved in the running of our business and your authorized representatives. This may involve sharing information across national borders.

Disclosures within our corporate group

We may share your personal information (which may sometimes include sensitive personal information) within our corporate group who require the information for the purposes in this policy. This will include sharing your personal information with SCMS entities in countries other than where the information was originally collected. Sharing of this information within our group is governed by a data transfer agreement that we have in place with all relevant SCMS entities.

Disclosures outside our corporate group

We may also need to share your personal information (which may sometimes include sensitive personal information) with:

  • people you have authorized to interact with us on your behalf (such as recruitment agencies);
  • third parties who provide services we use to run our business (such as external service providers that assist SCMS to perform HR, information technology and other shared services functions, that provide IT services or that provide security for SCMS sites or systems);
  • prospective purchasers of all or part of our business or of any shares in SCMS entity;
  • our professional advisors (such as our lawyers and accountants); and
  • government authorities or other persons were obliged to do so by an applicable law.

If we need to disclose personal information to third parties in a different country to where the information was collected, we will take steps to ensure that there is a lawful basis for the disclosure and that the disclosure complies with all applicable laws. This may include entering into a legally binding contract with the recipient under which they are obliged to handle your information in accordance with applicable laws.

How do we store and protect your personal information?

We take steps to ensure that your personal information is kept secure and protected against unauthorized access or use. We only keep your personal information for as long as we need it to carry out the purposes described in this policy.

Information security

We have put in place procedures and technologies to maintain the security of your personal information from the point of collection to the point of destruction. We also take steps to ensure that all our workers are aware of, and are properly trained through applicable information security policies and procedures that are designed to keep your personal information secure. We will investigate and take appropriate action if we become aware of any failure to comply with these policies and procedures.

Storing personal information

We generally store the personal information that we collect in electronic databases. These databases are generally hosted in our dedicated data centers in _________.

We may also use third parties to store and process your personal information. However, we will only do this if the party agrees to comply with our procedures and policies or if they put in place equivalent security measures.

Information retention

Our aim is to keep personal information for no longer than is necessary for the purposes described in this policy or as otherwise required by law.

Job applicants

If you are a job applicant, and your application is unsuccessful, we may retain your personal information for 12 months for the purposes of considering you for other roles within SCMS. We are under no obligation to retain your personal information for this purpose and may elect to delete your personal information at any time following an unsuccessful application.

You may request that we delete your personal information from our database at any time. You can do this by managing your profile on our job vacancy website or by emailing us at _____.

We will not deactivate your account on our job vacancy website, unless you request that we do so. You will be able to log-in to the website and apply for other roles.

If your account is inactive for 12 months, we will contact you to check whether you want it to remain live. If we do not hear from you, or if you ask us to do so, we will deactivate your account. Following deactivation, all of your account information will be destroyed or erased from our systems in accordance with our standard information retention and destruction policies.

Your rights and choices

You have rights relating to your personal information held by SCMS. Let us know if you want to correct your personal information or if you have concerns about how we are handling your personal information.

Your rights

You have certain rights in relation to your personal information that we hold about you, though the details of these may vary depending on the country where you are based. We respond to all requests we receive from individuals wishing to exercise their rights in relation to any information we hold in accordance with applicable data protection laws. If you wish to access, correct or update any personal information that we hold about you, please send a request to ‘General Enquiries’ on the Contact us form available on our website.

If you are a job applicant, you can update your personal information via your profile on our job vacancy website. You may also remove any personal information you provided to us via SCMS’ job vacancy website at any time by sending a request to _____.

It is important to us that all of the information we hold about you is correct and up-to-date, so let us know promptly if there are any errors or other changes should be made.

Raising concerns about how we deal with personal information

If you are concerned about how we are dealing with your personal information, then you may have the right to complain to an applicable data protection authority. The relevant authority will depend on which country you are located in.

Before raising a complaint with a data protection authority, we recommend that you first raise the issue with us so we can address your concerns as quickly as possible. We will make a record of your complaint and will deal with it as quickly as we can while keeping you informed of progress. Even if we are not able to address your concern, we will be able to provide further information about how you can contact a relevant data protection authority. For more information, please contact the SCMS Data Protection and Privacy Office.

Updates to this policy

We will update this policy from time to time where necessary to reflect changes in applicable laws or in our privacy compliance practices. The latest version of this policy will always be available online through the SCMS website.

This policy will be updated where necessary to reflect changes in applicable laws or in our privacy compliance practices. The latest version of this policy will always be available online through the SCMS website.

How can you contact us?

If you have any questions about this policy, contact our Data Protection and Privacy Office.

You can raise privacy-related queries (either related to this policy or otherwise) with the SCMS Data Protection and Privacy Office.

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Mission Statement

Our Statement describes the activities we have undertaken to strengthen our processes and better understand the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our operations and supply chains and outlines our future plans for continuing to improve our mitigations of these risks.

Terms of Use


By allowing you to access the website, SCMS grants you a license. By accessing the website, you accept the terms and conditions of this license.

Pursuant to this license and subject to the absolute right of SCMS to vary access to all or any part(s) of the website, you acquire a non-exclusive right to:

  • View the material on the website.
  • Access material contained in the website
  • Use the website strictly in accordance with the provisions of this license.

If you wish to download and use any material contained in the website for a temporary purpose (such as viewing offline), you may do so.

However, downloading material contained in the website for reproduction by you may only be done upon receipt of prior written consent from SCMS, and upon payment of any fee required by SCMS to be paid by you for that use.

Your obligations

You hereby undertake the following obligations:

  • To not copy or translate for commercial use, reproduce, adapt, vary or modify any material in the website without the explicit consent of SCMS, except as expressly authorized by this license.
  • To ensure your employees, subcontractors and other agents (if any) who have authorized access to the website are made aware of the terms and conditions of this license.
  • To not provide or otherwise make available any material in the website in any form to any person other than employees, subcontractors and other agents (if any) without the written consent of SCMS.
  • To not use the material in the website for, or in connection with, a service bureau operation.


SCMS does not warrant that the material in the website is accurate, complete or up to date. The existence of inaccurate, incomplete or superseded material in the website will not cause SCMS to be in breach of the terms of this license. BHP reserves the right to change, add or remove any material in or from the website without notice.
SCMS does not warrant that the functions contained in the website or third-party websites will be uninterrupted or without error, that defects will be corrected, or that electronic material in the website and other third-party websites are free of viruses or other harmful components.To the extent permitted by law, all implied terms are excluded and SCMS will not be liable for any direct, special, indirect or consequential damages, losses, expenses or costs arising out of a breach of this license, the supply of a defective program, or any error, omission or misrepresentation in any material on this website. If any statute implies terms into this license, which cannot be lawfully excluded, such terms will apply to this license, save that the liability of SCMS for breach of any such implied term will be limited, at the option of SCMS, to any one or more of the following:

  • The replacement of goods or services to which the breach relates or the supply of equivalent goods or services.
  • The repair of such goods or services.
  • The payment of the cost of replacing the goods or services or of acquiring equivalent goods or services.
  • The payment of the cost of having the goods repaired or the services performed again.

When deciding to visit the website, you acknowledge that you have exercised your independent judgment and have not relied on any representation made by SCMS which has not been stated expressly in this license or upon any descriptions or illustrations or specifications contained in any document including catalogs or publicity material produced by SCMS (which material may be out of date or superceded).

Intellectual Property rights

You acknowledge that the material in the website is the subject of copyright © and that it is the subject of other intellectual property and legal rights (including third-party rights).

You must not, during or at any time after the expiry or termination of this license, permit any act which infringes any of those rights and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you specifically acknowledge that you may not copy the material in the website, except as otherwise expressly authorized by this license.

Trade marks

SCMS and all associated trade marks, whether registered or unregistered, are trademarks of SCMS and CIT Pvt. Ltd. and their related bodies corporate.

Access to or use of the website does not constitute or create a license except as expressly provided in these Terms and Conditions or any other right to use SCMS’ name, trade marks, copyright or any other intellectual property.

Subscription services

Subscribers to services of the website may store in digital format in computer terminals, databases or other repositories material which is supplied in the normal course of a subscription.

Password access is restricted to a single subscriber. Passwords and usernames must not be distributed to any other person, body or corporation.

Subscribers must take due care to protect the copyright of materials from unauthorized use, copying, reproduction, lending, reselling, manipulation, disassembly, distribution or publication. In the event that a subscriber breaches this duty, or if it is found that a subscriber’s conduct violates applicable law, SCMS may immediately suspend or terminate a subscriber’s subscription without notice.



You must indemnify and keep SCMS indemnified fully against all liabilities, damages, claims, losses, costs and expenses, which SCMS may incur to a third party or you as a result of your breach of the provisions of this license.

This website may contain hyperlinks to other websites operated by third parties. You accept that SCMS has no control over, and is not responsible for, any material contained on any third-party websites. You may be required to comply with all requirements of any third party over the conditions of use of that third party’s website.

Users are prohibited from placing a link to the website without the prior written consent of SCMS and on terms satisfactory to SCMS.


You accept that SCMS takes no responsibility for any error or omission relating to the material contained in the website.

You accept that SCMS makes no undertakings to provide access to the website at any particular time, or for any particular length of time. You agree that SCMS will not be held liable for any lapse in the website’s accessibility, or any consequences whatsoever that flow from the unavailability of the website.

Terms of license

This license commences upon your accessing the website and is granted in perpetuity. However, the license may be terminated without notice by SCMS if you are in breach of any terms of this license.

Upon termination, you or your representative must destroy any copies, electronic and printed, of material obtained from the website that you have in your possession or under your control or otherwise return or dispose of such material in the manner directed by SCMS.

Termination pursuant to this clause shall not affect any rights or remedies, which SCMS may otherwise have under this license or at law.

Amendments to this license

These are the current terms and conditions of the license.

SCMS may at any time vary and amend the terms and conditions of this license by publishing the varied Terms and Conditions of Use on the website. You accept that by doing this, SCMS has provided you with sufficient notice of the variation and amendment.

It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the current terms and conditions each time you visit the website.


Failure or neglect by SCMS to enforce at any time any of the provisions of this license shall not be construed or deemed to be a waiver of the rights of BHP under this license.


This license shall be governed by and construed according to the laws of the State of Victoria, Australia.


SCMS means CIT Pvt. Ltd. and all of its related corporate bodies.

‘Hyperlink’ means any mechanism of providing a link from one location on the Internet (or a web page) to another location on the Internet (or a different web page, or a different location on the same web page), and includes any mechanism for linking to, or providing access to, files via the Internet.

‘Intellectual Property’ means all intellectual property rights as defined by Article 2 of the World Intellectual Property Organization Convention of 1967, in any inventions, designs, trade marks, trade names, circuit layouts, plant varieties, business and domain names, logos and get-up, confidential information, matter, materials or works accessible on or via the SCMS websites.

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