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You are permitted to browse this site and to reproduce extracts by way of printing, downloading to a hard disk and by distribution to other people but, in all cases, for non-commercial, informational and personal purposes only. No reproduction of any part of the site may be sold or distributed for commercial gain nor shall it be modified or incorporated in any other work, publication or site, whether in hard copy or electronic format, including posting to any other site. No other licence or right is granted.
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Reference to any product or service on the site does not constitute an offer to sell or supply that product or service and does not mean that the product or service is available in all countries or that the name, description or specification of the product or service will be the same as that included on the site. Specific advice concerning the availability and suitability of any particular product or service should be sought from KiB Healthcare Ltd or distributor concerned.
The information on this site has been included in good faith but is for general informational purposes only. It should not be relied on for any specific purpose and no representation or warranty is given as regards its accuracy or completeness. Neither the KiB Healthcare Ltd nor its officers, employees or agents shall be liable for any loss, damage or expense arising out of any access to or use of this site or any site linked to it including, without limitation, any loss of profit, indirect, incidental or consequential loss.
We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this site as and when we consider it appropriate and without notice.
At points throughout the site you may be offered automatic links to other internet sites relevant to a particular aspect of this site. This does not indicate that KiB Healthcare Ltd is necessarily associated with any of these other sites or their owners. Whilst it is the intention of KiB Healthcare Ltd that you should find these other sites of interest, neither KiB Healthcare Ltd, nor its officers, employees and agents shall have any responsibility or liability of any nature whatsoever for these other sites or any information contained in them, none of which have been verified or endorsed by KiB Healthcare Ltd. If at any time you find that you have accessed another site you may return to this site by clicking on the "backwards" arrow, or by keying in the domain address (http://www.kib.uk.com).
Medical health claims disclaimer
We bring to your attention that any substance sold with a health claim will be regulated by the National Regulatory Agency. In the UK it is the Medical and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MRHA), an executive agency of the Department of Health. KiB® Healthcare Ltd complies with the restrictions on health claims but would like to draw your attention to scientific research referencing hypothiocyanite (OSCN-) and its effects upon bacterial, viral and fungal organisms that are deleterious to humans and animals.
Bribery Act 2010
Bribery may be seen as the offering, promising, giving, accepting or soliciting of a financial or other advantage (often on an undisclosed or secret basis) as an inducement or reward for an action which is illegal, improper or a breach of trust. Corruption is the type of relationship brought about by bribery.
There are four offences under the UK Act; two general offences of paying and receiving bribes; one of bribing foreign public officials with the intention of securing business or a business advantage, and the new “corporate offence” referred to above, concerning the failure of commercial organisations to prevent bribery. It should be noted that the making of “facilitation payments” (i.e small bribes or “grease payments” paid to facilitate routine government or official action) are clearly prohibited under the Act. This is the case no matter how small the payment or how well-established the practice is in any jurisdiction, unless permitted by applicable written local law, which will be rare.
Zero tolerance approach to bribery and corruption
KiB Healthcare Ltd, its Managers and all the employees have a zero tolerance to bribery and corruption and are committed to acting professionally, fairly and with integrity in their business dealings and relationships, implementing and enforcing effective systems to counter bribery.
The zero tolerance to bribery extends to all KiB Healthcare Ltd’s business dealings and transactions in all countries in which they and their associates operate. KiB Healthcare Ltd and its Managers expect that their business counter parties similarly adopt effective policies to counter bribery and corruption in their own dealings
KiB Healthcare Ltd and its Managers support openness and any staff member or third party is encouraged to raise concerns with the Managers about any issue or suspicion of malpractice at the earliest possible stage.
Mr. Richard Stead, the Chief Executive, is KiB Healthcare Ltd’s dedicated anti-bribery and corruption officer.
Members and third parties doing business with the KiB Healthcare Ltd should immediately contact the Managers for further advice if they have any concerns regarding bribery and corruption involving any party in its business dealings with the KiB Healthcare Ltd.
In the past members of KiB Healthcare Ltd have given customers and suppliers low value promotional items. We will continue to do this with the knowledge that such promotional items could never be of a value to constitute bribery or corruption in the eyes of any recipient, observer or third party.
Richard G Stead, Director
On behalf of KiB Healthcare Ltd.
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Privacy notice: collection & use of personal information
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By submitting your personal information through this website, you shall be consenting to it being processed in the manner described above by KiB Healthcare Ltd affiliates around the world.
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