Terms of use

General terms and conditions of use of the website

Any person who visits the website (hereinafter “the Site”) and who makes use of the information, documents, products, software and various services offered on the Site (collectively the “Services”) is deemed to have read and accepted all the terms and mentions of these general terms and conditions of use.

DEFINITION AND PURPOSE

The site is implemented by the AAA in close consultation with UEL and INDR with the aim of informing individuals and companies about the national VISION ZERO strategy.

In particular, the site enables users to find tools on occupational health and safety, to join VISION ZERO and to contact the initiators of VISION ZERO.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Access to the site is via the Internet. The user declares that he or she is aware of the risks and accepts them. He is responsible for his computer installation and must in particular protect himself against the effects of computer piracy by adopting an adapted and secure computer configuration.

The AAA, UEL and INDR can in no way be held responsible for any damage or effect that may result from an erroneous, obsolete publication on the site.

The AAA, UEL and INDR decline all responsibility for the use of the information contained in the pages published on the site. The content is given for information purposes only. It contains information that is not necessarily complete, exhaustive, accurate or up-to-date. In the event of any discrepancies between the texts published on the site and the original documents, the original documents shall prevail.

The AAA, UEL and INDR also decline all responsibility in the event of the unavailability of all or part of the website, even temporarily.

These disclaimers are not intended to circumvent any requirements laid down in applicable laws or to exclude liability in cases where liability cannot be excluded under such laws.

The AAA, UEL and INDR shall not be held liable for any damage that users may suffer directly or indirectly in relation to their navigation on the website and the use of its services, as well as the websites to which it refers.

MODIFICATION OF THE SITE

The AAA, UEL and INDR reserve the right to develop, modify or suspend, without prior notice, the site for maintenance, updating, or any other reason deemed necessary.

In particular, the AAA, UEL and INDR may at any time remove, add, complete or specify all or part of the information, services and content offered on the site.

The AAA, UEL and INDR shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damage in connection with such changes.

LINKS TO RELATED SITES

For the convenience of users, the site may contain links to other sites that may be useful or of interest to them.

These sites have their own conditions of use.

The AAA, UEL and INDR are not responsible for the contents presented on these websites, either in terms of their legality or the accuracy of the information contained therein.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The site, all its elements (including the layout) as well as the information and services are protected by intellectual property and copyright laws.

Included, without however this list being exhaustive, are any brand, name, logo, image, photo, video, drawing, text, animation, functionality, graphic charter, whether or not they are protected by a title of industrial property, by copyright or as intellectual rights.

Unless otherwise indicated, the AAA, UEL and INDR do not grant any licence or authorisation relating to the intellectual property rights it has over the site, its elements or services. Furthermore, no reproduction of the information or services, in whole or in part, in any form and by any means, is permitted without the prior written permission of the AAA, UEL and INDR.

Unless otherwise specified, the user is authorised to consult, download and print the documents and information available. These documents and information may not be modified in any way whatsoever.

The rights implicitly or explicitly granted to you above constitute an authorisation for use and in no case a transfer of rights, property or otherwise relating to the site.

MODIFICATION OF THE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE

The general conditions of use may be modified or supplemented at any time, without prior notice, depending on changes made to the site, changes in legislation or for any other reason deemed necessary. It is the user’s responsibility to inform himself/herself of the general conditions of use of the site, of which only the updated version accessible online is deemed to be in force.

APPLICABLE LAW AND COMPETENT JURISDICTIONS

Any dispute relating to the use of the site and the services will be subject to Luxembourg law and will fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

 

General terms and conditions for company membership of VISION ZERO

MEMBERSHIP OF VISION ZERO

Only companies with an employer registration number with the Joint Social Security Centre (CCSS) or organisations operating in Luxembourg can join the national VISION ZERO concept.

By registering on the website using the form available at www.visionzero.lu/adhesion, the company adheres to the VISION ZERO concept, which is a voluntary commitment to reduce the number and severity of accidents at work, commuting accidents and occupational diseases.

The company is therefore committed to establishing, promoting and maintaining a culture of prevention in the area of occupational safety and health (OSH) within the company, based on the 7 golden rules of VISION ZERO, which can be found at www.visionzero.lu/7-regles-dor.

If the company no longer complies with the guidelines of the VISION ZERO concept, or if the company has caused a serious occupational accident or illness for which it is solely responsible, or if criminal OHS proceedings are brought against the company, the initiators of VISION ZERO (AAA, UEL, INDR) may then remove the company from the membership list www.visionzero.lu/liste-des-adherents.

ACTION PLAN

The company space on the site must be used by the member company for the annual downloading of the three-year action plan based on the 7 golden rules of VISION ZERO, respecting the deadline for submission. Otherwise, the company may be removed from the list of members.

ADVERTISING

VISION ZERO members are entitled to advertise their membership by publishing the membership certificate and personalised posters in the company area, as well as by creating gadgets via the company area or by using the “Committed Company” logo which is made available in the company area. The practical details of the use of the logo are defined in the graphic charter, available in the company space. For any other request for a logo or communication support, please send an e-mail to communication.aaa@secu.lu.

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION

For the purposes of the smooth running of the company area as well as for the presentation of the VISION ZERO toolbox to members (e.g. new OSH publications, financial support for OSH training courses, conferences on OSH) companies will be contacted by the initiators of VISION ZERO (AAA, UEL, INDR), usually by e-mail.

COSTS

Membership of the national VISION ZERO concept is free of charge. Paid services in the company area are indicated, such as ordering gadgets and digital printing of posters. For these paid services, a quote will be drawn up by the communication agency mentioned in the company space at the company’s address.

All other costs, in particular those relating to the implementation of a culture of prevention with regard to safety, health and well-being at work, are to be borne by the company.

GOOD PRACTICE

For companies wishing to share their good practices, the admission criteria must be met and the request for publication of good practices must be sent. By making the request, the company agrees to the publication of these good practices on the website, social networks and in the newsletters of the initiators of VISION ZERO (AAA, UEL, INDR).

 

Modification of the conditions

The conditions may be modified or supplemented at any time, without prior notice, depending on modifications to the site, changes in legislation or for any other reason deemed necessary. It is the responsibility of the Internet user to inform himself/herself.