Lift for Life Website Terms of Use

Please read these terms of use carefully before accessing, using or participating in this website and its contents (Accessing This Website).  By Accessing This Website site, you signify that you have read these terms and conditions and agree to be bound by and comply with them.  If you do not agree to be bound by these terms, please promptly exit this website. Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute Holdings Ltd (Baker IDI) reserves the right to modify these terms at any time and will publish such modified terms on its website. By Accessing This Website after such modified terms have been published you signify your agreement to be bound by those modified terms.


Baker IDI has used reasonable endeavours to ensure that material contained on this website was correct at the time the relevant page was created, modified and published. However, Baker IDI gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or the completeness of the material.  The information on this website is provided as general information only, and Baker IDI does not represent or warrant that this information is suitable for your needs.  You must not rely on this website, except where clearly stated, and should seek independent professional advice where appropriate.

You agree that you have relied on your own skill and judgment in deciding to use the Lift for Life Program (Program) and that no representation has been made regarding any benefit to be obtained from the use of the Program.  By using the Program you agree to the terms and conditions in this disclaimer.  

Baker IDI excludes all terms, conditions, warranties and representations, expressed or implied, other than these terms, in relation to the Program and no oral or written information or advice given by us, our agent, or authorised representatives shall create a warranty or in any way increase the scope of any warranties provided under these terms.

You acknowledge and agree that:

  1. The outcomes of the Program are not guaranteed because each person's body will react differently to the effect of the exercise;
  2. Baker IDI is not making any representations in respect of any clinical or physical changes that you may experience;
  3. The Program is not intended to, and does not, constitute medical advice; and
  4. You have sought advice from a professionally qualified medical or health professional that the Program is suitable for you.

To the extent permitted by law, all liability of Baker IDI for any loss or damage, including any indirect or consequential damage, expense or loss, arising from, or in connection with, or relating in any way to the Program (including in relation to the supply or non-supply of the Program) is excluded, whether or not caused by Baker IDI's negligence and even where Baker IDI has been informed of the possibility of such loss. To the extent permitted by law, any liability of Baker IDI in relation to the Program, whether under any term, condition, warranty, undertaking, inducement or representation that by law cannot be excluded, or that is not otherwise excluded by this disclaimer, is limited at the option of Baker IDI, to the resupply of the Program or the cost of Program.

To the extent permitted by law, Baker IDI excludes liability for any loss (including loss from viruses) caused by use or reliance on this website. Baker IDI may amend of withdraw material on this website at any time without notice.

You must view this website in full screen format. Baker IDI is not responsible for the display of this website in any other format.

Links to External Websites

This website provides links to external websites. Baker IDI does not control and accepts no liability for the content of those websites or for any loss arising from use or reliance on those websites. Baker IDI does not endorse any external website and does not warrant that they are accurate, authentic or complete. Your use of any external website is governed by the terms of that website. The provision of a link to an external website does not authorise you to reproduce, adapt, modify, communicate or in any way deal with the material on that site.


Copyright in this website and its content is owned by, or licensed to, Baker IDI unless otherwise indicated.

You may view this website and its contents using your web browser. You may save an electronic copy or print out a copy of parts of the website solely for your own information, research or study, provided you do not modify the copy and provided you include the copyright notice "© Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute" on the copy. You must not use any of the content for any other purpose without written permission of Baker IDI or other indicated copyright owners.

If you believe that a work available on this website infringes your copyright, or breaches an agreed licence or contract, please notify us by sending an email to copyright@bakeridi.edu.au.  This email should include the following:

  • sufficient information to enable us to identify the copyright work that is the subject of the claimed infringement;
  • information reasonably sufficient to permit us to locate and access such material;
  • your name, address, telephone number and email address, so that we can contact you about this matter;
  • An indication of whether you are the owner of the content, or if you are acting on their behalf. Details of all parties must be supplied including the relationship between them.
  • Indicate what law (including country) you believe is being transgressed.


The inclusion of any email addresses on this website is not consent to receiving unsolicited commercial electronic messages or SPAM.

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