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Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt & leather dress shoes.
Polo shirts, t-shirts, shorts, sneakers are not permitted.
Dark denim is acceptable, provided denim is not torn or faded.
No exposed tattoos.

Management reserve the right to refuse entry if these conditions are not met:

  • As a pro-active RSA venue operator, we do not allow entry to any individual that shows signs of intoxication.
  • A requirement of entry into Spice Market requires Photo Identification- either a Passport, Driver’s License, Key Pass Card or Proof of Age Card are an acceptable form of identification as stipulated by the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation. Your ID will be scanned prior to entry using the Scantek System.

ID SCANNING POLICY

At Spice Market, we use Scantek  at our point of entry, a quick and intelligent ID scanning system to assist in providing a safe and secure environment for our patrons and staff.

PRACTICE AND POLICIES (last reviewed November 2013)

Scantek is committed to having ongoing practices and policies in place to ensure the management of personal information occurs in a secure manner that is acknowledged in an open and transparent way. The Company considers itself an Australian Privacy Principle (APP) entity and as such is committed to upholding and complying with The Privacy Act 1988.   Scantek is committed to the implementation of practices, procedures and systems that ensure compliance with the Australian Privacy Principles and all relevant registered APP codes.

SCANTEK
  • accepts and keeps only personal information gathered from the voluntary presentation of identification documents surrendered for scanning at a Scantek client venue;
  • does not share or disclose personal information with any third party except where it is compelled to by the Privacy Act 1988;
  • does not share or disclose any personal information with any third party outside of Australia;
  • may at times share personal information with law enforcement agencies where it is appropriate to do so as prescribed by the Privacy Act 1988;
  • only uses or discloses personal information for the purpose for which the information was collected;
  • retains gathered personal information only from patrons who have received “bans” from licensed venues that are Scantek clients. Scantek maintains only records of patrons who have been issued a ban.  Scantek does not receive or keep any private information of individuals who have not received a “ban” from a Scantek client venue. All personal information gathered from individuals who have not received a ban is deleted from storage within 30 days from collection;
  • collects only personal information required to achieve accurate execution of Scantek business activities. Should Scantek receive unsolicited personal information that is not relevant to the regular business activities of Scantek, all such information is destroyed immediately upon detection. Scantek does not collect unsolicited information;
  • will de-identify personal information collected and stored where it is appropriate and practicable to do so;
  • does not collect sensitive information. Should any sensitive information be inadvertently collected this information will be immediately destroyed upon detection;
  • takes measures to ensure the personal information it collects is accurate, up-to-date and complete;
  • takes protection of personal information seriously and takes measures to ensure the security of gathered personal information;
  • takes reasonable steps to protect the personal information it holds from interference, misuse and loss, unauthorised access, modification and disclosure.
TYPES OF IDENTITY DOCUMENTS SCANNED

Passports, both foreign and domestic, all Australian Drivers Licences (or those issued under the laws of another country), Proof of Age Cards and any other document presented for scanning at a Scantek client venue. The information collected and maintained by Skantek comprises all information contained in the above documents, ie, full name, gender, address, date of birth, identification number, and type of ID; an image of the scanned ID that includes the image contained on the ID; and an image of the patron that is a photograph taken at the time the ID was surrendered for scanning.

Scantek does not disclose, use or adopt government identifiers except where the use and disclosure of the identifier is necessary to verify the identity of an individual for the purposes of Scantek regular activities and functions.

COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE

Privacy enquiries and complaints may be directed as follows:
By phone to Scantek on 1300 552 106 or by email via the Scantek website.

Individuals making complaints or enquiries will be afforded the right to anonymity where it is practicable to do so.

Complaints can be taken up further with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner by clicking here.

PERSONAL INFORMATION REQUESTS/ENQUIRIES

Any individual who wishes to request knowledge of the personal information that is relevant to that person, or wishes to ensure the accuracy of such information, may do so in either of the following  ways:
By phone to Scantek on 1300 552 106 or by email via the Scantek website.

If for some reason such access is not granted, a written reason will be provided and a written procedure for avenue of complaint will be provided. All such requests are free of charge. Scantek takes reasonable steps to ensure as far as possible that the personal information  it collects is accurate, up-to-date and complete.

REQUEST FOR CORRECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

Requests for correction of any recorded data deemed personal information may be made in writing via the Scantek website.

Any corrections to personal information will be made known to relevant third party APP entities upon request by the individual or if deemed appropriate to do so by Scantek by reason of the provisions of this Privacy Policy. If a correction to personal information should be refused, Scantek will respond in written form as to the reasons for denial of the correction along with the appropriate avenue for complaint. In this case should an individual request a statement be associated with that information, such a statement may be recorded and associated with the applicable data. Corrections may or may not be made to collected ban data where it applies to a ban time length or ban description.