Terms and Conditions
In accessing information on the Clinician Engineer Hub website, the user agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions as set out below. Terms and conditions are subject to change without notification.
The Clinician Engineer Hub (CEH) is committed to maintaining a high standard and quality of information, and every attempt has been made to present up-to-date, accurate information. However, the CEH provides no guarantee about the accuracy of the information on this website and accepts no liability for any loss or inconvenience caused as a result of reliance on such information.
The CEH website includes links to third party websites, including advertising. The third-party is responsible for the content of its website and we accept no responsibility for the material.
The CEH takes reasonable measures to ensure that information provided from third parties is accurate and not defamatory or offensive. The CEH cannot control the content or take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers or linked pages.
Changes to the terms and conditions
Please note that we reserve the right to update these terms and conditions at our discretion. Any revisions to the terms and conditions will be applicable at the time of publishing on the CEH website.
In the event of a ‘Force majeure Event’ caused by acts, events or omissions or non-events beyond reasonable control — including acts of God, riots, war, acts of terrorism, fire, storm, flood, earthquake or any disaster — the CEH shall be deemed not to be in breach of any contractual arrangement, or be liable to any other party in any manner whatsoever.
Delegates from outside of the EEA must ensure their immigration status adheres to the current UK government policy. The CEH does not issue invitation letters or other evidence
required for visa applications and the confirmation email which will be sent to delegates upon completion of events booking confers no legal status as regards entry to the UK.
Special dietary requirements must be requested at least four working days before the event.
If an event is cancelled, the CEH’s liability will be limited to registration fees already paid to the CEH for the meeting.
The CEH accepts no legal responsibility for facts stated or opinions expressed during its events. It is the responsibility of individuals to satisfy themselves as to which facts and opinions should be relied on in any way whatsoever.
Lost property at events
The CEH will hold onto found items for a maximum period of three months. Any items still unclaimed after this time will be permanently disposed of.
Participants making claims for lost items must provide a full and accurate description of the items before staff will release the items.
Any items that require postage will incur a minimum charge of £5 depending on requirements.