Conditions of affiliation Members: – be a company or a public limited company or an individual entrepreneur that does not hold more than 50% of its own funds of another member of the association; – have at least one officer who is a member of the Market & Social Research Society of Australia- must commit to complying with the provisions and rules in force from time to time in the I.C.C Code of Marketing Research Practice (as amended by the Market & Social Research Society of Australia), ISO 20252 and industrial agreements ratified by the association; and – the Committee is satisfied that the activities, financial procedures and reputation of the company (including all activities other than market research) are compatible with the integrity, reputation and independence of commercial market research. Andrew`s support goes beyond the advice of the AMSRO Board of Directors itself: he also works with the association to add value to its members by providing practical legal advice on labour relations and employment, occupational health and safety and data protection. Members are entitled to andrew`s advice as part of their membership performance series and many have found that a high-level opinion of Andrew has saved them a lot of time and money at this point. As a sectoral body that establishes and maintains a data protection code of the law, a branch agreement for companies and codes of conduct, it is important for AMSRO to be able to offer its subscribers tangible and practical benefits. Sarah Campbell says, “Andrew is one of the few important advisors we work with, and the fact that he advises not only member organisations, but also us as an association, is important because it shows good governance and valuable service to members.” Identifiable research information is personal data about respondents, respondents or subjects subject to this Code. . . .