H&H Intellectual Property Rights Policy
Effective Date: 01/2013
Revision Date: 02/16/15
It is the policy of the H&H Child Care Training Center to honor and respect intellectual property rights of others, and expect third parties to resepect H&H's intellectual property rights.
This policy is intended to maintain compliance with all local, state and federal regulations, as well as a high standard of professional conduct throughout the organization.
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Any materials, publications, processes, or related works previously developed by the presenter, content editor or subject matter expert (author) outside the scope of work and agreements with H&H, which has been used by its author in trainings developed for H&H, shall be owned by the author who developed it. In that scenario, and by putting their authored material in H&H trainings, the author provides H&H with a non‐exclusive license for the materials as to its use and distribution.
The author grants H&H permission to: (1) copy, reproduce, publish and distribute the materials in all print and other formats (including but not limited to online publication via H&H’s Web site, and distribution at future H&H programs and conferences); (2) reprint materials for distribution; and (3) make materials available for purchase and distribution after a continuing education and training event.
The author represents and warrants that the materials does not violate or infringe on any personal or property rights of others, whether common law or statutory; the materials contain nothing libelous or otherwise contrary to law; and that they are authorized and empowered to grant the license and release to H&H.
H&H agrees to provide presenters with appropriate authorship credit as applicable and acknowledgment each time it publishes or republishes the work, and to require authorized sub‐licensees if any, to also provide appropriate authorship credit and acknowledgments. H&H understands and agrees that any grant of rights does not constitute a transfer of copyright and that the presenter remains free to present the materials or revised versions elsewhere.
References: ANSI/IACET 1‐2013 Standard CE/T 6.5.1