Social Media and OSM

The following Terms of Use apply to everyone that engages with OSM Maritime Group on external social media sites or blogs. The intent of these Terms of Use* is to help maintain a meaningful, constructive and transparent discussion on social media sites and blogs.



General Social Media Terms of Use

By using or accessing any of the OSM social media sites or blogs, you agree to comply with these Participation Guidelines as well as other engagement rules related to each specific social media platform (e.g. Facebook Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, Twitter Terms of Use, etc.). We may revise these Participation Guidelines as well as other specific engagement rules at any time without notice. Your use of or accessing the OSM social media sites or blogs after such changes constitutes your agreement to such changes.  All posts must be made by people who are 18 years of age or older.


Social Media Identity Guidelines

If you have a material connection to OSM, you agree to post any connection that you may have to OSM (as an agency, incentivized blogger/brand ambassador, vendor, etc.).  If you have a material connection to OSM and you are posting a comment about our services, be sure to let everyone know your connection to OSM.


Submitting Feedback, Queries and/or Complaints

We always appreciate your feedback and suggestions about OSM services. You understand that we may use them without any obligation to compensate you for them (just as you have no obligation to offer them). While we appreciate and encourage your feedback, questions or issues related to specific OSM services, claims or customer service issues should not be submitted via OSM social media sites or blogs.


Content Moderation

Content may be moderated. When moderated, comments will not be posted immediately. They will be screened for relevance to the topic and compliance with these Participation Guidelines and other specific engagement rules applicable to specific social media platforms. OSM reserves the right – for any reason – to remove or report any postings which could be deemed inappropriate by OSM in the sole discretion of OSM.