The contents of the Radiation Effects Association (REA) website (hereinafter referred to as “REA site”) are provided by the REA on condition that it is used according to the following policies (hereinafter referred to as “site policy”). All users are deemed to have agreed to this site policy when access and start to use the REA site. This site policy is subject to change without notice and in that case, the change will be notified on this site.
The REA pays sufficient attention to the information described on this site, but does not guarantee the reliability and safety of all of them. Furthermore, the REA is not responsible for any damage caused by the use of this site and the information.
The REA may change or delete the information on this site, or suspend or discontinue the operation of this site without notice, but the REA is not responsible for any trouble caused by interruption or suspension of operation of the site.
All copyrights (or intellectual property rights) of texts, illustrations, images, sounds, videos, etc. on the REA site, except as otherwise stated, belong to the REA. It is strictly prohibited to permit, transfer or copy, reprint, divert, or modify to a third party without the permission of the REA.
In principle, users are free to make link to this site. However, if you would like to make a link, please contact to the REA by the following inquiry form. In addition, if the content or management policy of the linked site falls under any of the following, we will refuse the link.
a) Those include content that is intended to slander the REA, other companies (individuals), or other organizations, or to damage their credibility.
b) Those offensive to public order and morals.
c) Items that violate or may violate the law, regulation, etc.
d) When the page of the REA site is mistaken for a part of the linked site.
When making a link, please clearly specify that it is a link to the REA site.
Please apply to the REA in advance to reproducing the publications (REA NEWs, pamphlets, various materials, etc.) or website contents created / published by the REA.
5. Personal Information Protection
When you contact us by email or apply for attending the REA meeting / session, we collect personally identifiable information such as your name and email address. When you visit the REA website, we collect information about the name of your country and the content in our website you were interested with.
We will not use this information for any purpose other than its intended purpose. In addition, the REA strictly manages personal information in accordance with the “Basic Policy on the Protection of Personal Information of the Radiation Effects Association” and will not disclose, transfer or lend it to a third party without a justifiable reason.
For inquiries regarding our site and site policy, please send email (email@example.com), the facsimile letter (+81-3-5295-1485) or following inquiry form.