Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement

Blessey Marine Services, Inc., a Louisiana corporation (“Blessey” and/or the "Company"), is committed to protecting the privacy of personal information that you provide to Blessey when using the website (the "Website"). This privacy statement (this "Privacy Statement") describes Blessey’s website privacy policy and how Blessey handles and protects personal information about users of the Website. Please read this Privacy Statement. By visiting the Website, you agree that personal information collected from or about you shall be governed by this Privacy Statement. Blessey reserves the right to modify this Privacy Statement at any time and encourages you to review this Privacy Statement each time you access the Website.


As a general rule, you can visit the Website without revealing any personal information about yourself (i.e. information that identifies you); however, certain parts of the Website permits you to provide personal information to Blessey in order to request employment information or to otherwise communicate with Blessey by e-mail. Such personal information may include your name, e-mail address, mailing address, or telephone number. Other than in those circumstances noted below, Blessey will not disclose or provide your personal information to unaffiliated third parties. Blessey uses due diligence to maintain and protect the confidentiality of the personal information submitted by the users of the Website. Blessey does not permit its third party hosting vendor to disclose, provide, or sell any personal information relating to any user of the Website to any third parties unaffiliated with Blessey. Although Blessey takes steps to protect your personal information, Blessey does not guarantee that such steps are adequate in all circumstances, and such steps are taken without any express or implied warranty of any kind.


By using the Website and submitting personal information to Blessey over the Website, you agree that Blessey may use your personal information as follows: (1) Blessey may disclose your personal information to the extent required by law; (2) Blessey may disclose your personal information to law enforcement or regulatory authorities or pursuant to any investigation of any compliance matters or other purported unlawful activities if Blessey believes in good faith that such action is necessary to protect the employees or property of Blessey, to protect public safety, or to otherwise comply with applicable law; and (3) Blessey may use your personal information to develop data for internal purposes in statistical form as such information is aggregated with the personal information from the other users of the Website. Blessey may use this information to identify possible areas of interest for our prospective or current customers as well as to provide insight on areas of improvement to the Website. This information may be collected by Blessey’s third party hosting vendor using “cookies.” Cookies are files that a website may transmit and store on your computer in order to identify you. You may disable these cookies at any time by making certain adjustments to the settings in your web browser, but, if you disable any cookies, please note that certain features of the Website may not function properly or be available to you.


This Privacy Statement only applies to the personal information that is collected from you via this Website by Blessey or its third party hosting vendor.