Electronic License Terms

Electronic License (Intranet License) for Products purchased online at www.processsafety.com.au (Futuremedia Pty Ltd)  as an electronic product.

What is an intranet licence?

Intranet Licence is for viewing within your organisation and also allows one to have the video content in an electronic format (as well as the DVD) sitting on your work server (electronic format can be MP4, AVI, WMV whatever you want) This type of licence is in perpetuity and allows for unlimited users (as long as they are an employee of your organisation)  This allows one to access the training via your own computer (Just the same way you access your shared work files).  

Legal Terms:

FutureMedia agrees to grant and Licensee agrees to accept a non-transferable, non-exclusive and limited licence, with no right to sublicense, to use the licensed digital product subject to the terms and restrictions set forth in this agreement.  Licensee’s rights hereunder are those of a licensed user only and are limited as follows:

a) Copyright and Permitted Use. The Licensed Digital Content is copyrighted, and except as set forth herein, all rights therein are reserved to FutureMedia.  Licensee shall not alter the content (including adding, replacing and removing content) of licensed Digital Content.  The licensed Digital Content is to be used in a format by Licensee for the use by those individuals employed by or otherwise engaged by the Licensee.  Licensee shall not allow access to the Licensed Digital Content by any third party.  Licensee is responsible for incorporating appropriate security to assure that only authorised users can access the Licensed Digital Content.  

b) Licensee must incorporate security measures to prohibit unauthorised access when the Licensed Digital Content is viewed electronically via the internet and/or other public network, and the licensed Digital Content shall not be made publicly available, or permitted to be published, without the prior written approval of FutureMedia.

 c) Licensee shall use its best efforts to assure that its employees do not engage in the unauthorised duplication, reproduction or copying of the Licensed Digital Content.  Licensee shall ensure that any extant copyright notice is visible on their intranet or other media transmission and that its employees are advised of the terms and conditions of use under this Agreement.

d) Each of the Parties acknowledges that they have read this Agreement, understand it, and agrees to be bound by its terms, and further agrees that this is the complete and exclusive statement of the Agreement between the Parties, which supersedes and merges all prior proposals, understanding and all other agreements, oral and written, between the Parties relating to this Agreement.  Licensee acknowledges that it is not relying on any warranty or representation not expressly set forth herein in entering into this Agreement.  This Agreement may not be modified or altered except by written instrument duly executed by both Parties.

e) The terms and conditions of the Agreement are severable.  If any term or condition of this Agreement is deemed to be illegal or unenforceable under any rule of law, all other terms and conditions shall remain in force.  Further, the term or condition, which is held to be illegal or unenforceable, shall remain in effect as far as possible and in accordance with the intention of the parties.