Thank you for visiting the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association’s Emergency Responder Safety Institute websites, ResponderSafety.com and RSLN.org. Our sites are dedicated to the privacy of our visitors and registered users.
Registration: To enhance your RSLN.org experience, visitors will need to fill out a registration form to obtain a username and password that will allow you to view individual programs. By becoming a registered user of RSLN.org, we will track your progress through programs and alert you to upcoming programs and features. Our database was created to submit administrative reports that help us serve our registered users and improve the online experience.
E-mail Information: As a registered user of RSLN.org, we use your e-mail address as a form of communication between our organization and you. We will not share or sell your e-mail address.
Visitors to ResponderSafety.com and RSLN.org (non-registered users)
Public pages that do not require registration on ResponderSafety.com and RSLN.org do collect information as visitors browse these web sites. Some of the information recorded includes:
The pages you visit.
The IP address of the computer you visit from. Each computer connected to the Internet has a number address known as the Internet Protocol address (IP address) that is combined of four numbers separated by dots, similar to: 192.168.100.6.
The type of Web browser and the type of operating system you use to access our web site(s).
The date and time you visit the site(s).
The Internet Domain.
ResponderSafety.com Struck By Incident Reporting
ResponderSafety.com has a feature where visitors can report struck by incidents for inclusion in the site’s database. These reports are anonymous unless the user chooses the option of providing an email address. ResponderSafety.com uses these optionally provided email addresses solely for the purpose of following up to better understand the details of the struck by report. We will not share or sell any e-mail address provided as a contact for a struck by report.
Cookies are data that is collected to uniquely identify users. There are two types of cookies that are used on the Internet; these include session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are used during your visit to ResponderSafety.com and RSLN.org. As soon as you close the Web browser, these cookies are thrown out. Persistent cookies uniquely identify information about the user’s computer. ResponderSafety.com and RSLN.org do not use persistent cookies. ResponderSafety.com and RSLN.org do use third party applications from Google and Vimeo that may set persistent cookies. Please refer the privacy and cookie policies of those entities for information on their use of persistent cookies.