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The information collected by cookies on our websites is used for various purposes, including the following:
Strictly Necessary: These technical cookies are essential for the operation of our website and for enabling you to use its features, for example logging into secure areas.
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Further information on the specific cookies used on OSHAssociation websites can be found under the ‘Which cookies does OSHAssociation use?’ and ‘Which cookies do third Parties set on our websites’ sections of this policy.
OSHAssociation use the following cookies on the websites.
OSHAssociation allows some third parties to set and access their own cookies on your device.
Third parties place the following cookie on OSHAssociation websites.
For example, Google Analytics is used to identify your visit to the site. Google Analytics help OSHAssociation to understand how visitors engage with their sites or apps. When Google Analytics is used, the web browser automatically sends certain information to Google. For further information, please visit the link here.
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