Data Privacy Statement
This notice describes how we collect and use personal data about you, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018, which comes into force on 25 May May 2018, replacing the Data Protection Act 1998.
Controller of personal information
All staff are trained and made fully conversant with the requirements of GDPR
What is personal information ?
Personal information means details which identify you, such as your name, contact details, telephone numbers and email address.
How we collect your personal information
All data will be provided by you. We do not operate a data collecting website, or send marketing information in any form. You may be required to provide credit references to open a trade account.
How we process your personal information.
We are engaged by you to provide a service . Data is used to perform this service, via invoicing, statements, letters or emails.
All data is held securely in paper files and computer systems. hard drives and emails.
Data will be strictly confidential and only submitted to fulfil the completion of our service to you.
Your delivery address may be required with your consent to be supplied to a third party if materials are to be delivered direct.
We do not envisage that your personal data will be transferred out of the EEC in performing our service.
Your personal data will not be supplied to a third party, unless at your specific request, such as a trade reference.
How long we keep your personal information
Data will be retained to continue providing our service and to comply with any legal requirements, which may require indefinite retention. Any data destroyed will be carried out securely.
Requesting your personal information
Under GDPR you may request a copy of any personal data held, and for us to correct any errors or admissions.
You have the right to withdraw your consent to us holding your personal data, but this may result in us being unable to carry out our service to you.