This policy sets out how we process any personal data we collect from you or that you provide to us through our website. We confirm that we will keep your information secure and that we will comply fully with all applicable UK Data Protection legislation and regulations. Please read the following carefully to understand what happens to personal data that you choose to provide to us, or that we collect from you when you visit this site. By visiting www.jameshearing.co.uk (our website) you are accepting and consenting to the practices described in this policy.
Types of information we may collect from you
We may collect, store and use the following kinds of personal information about individuals who visit and use our website:
Information you supply to us.
You may supply us with information about you by filling in forms on our website. This includes information you provide when you submit a enquiry or appointment request. When you contact us we ask fo the following information:
- Your name
- Your email address
- Your phone number
We ask for your name and email so we can contact you to reply to your enquiry. We also ask you for your phone number should you wish us to contact you that way, but this is optional.
How we may use the information we collect
We use your name, email and/or phone number to contact you in the first instance to arrange an appointment.
We hold your name and contact details on record, if you do not visit us for an appointment or you do visit and then decide not to continue as a patient with us, we will delete you name, email and phone from all of our systems within one week.
Your rights – access to your personal data
You have the right to ensure that your personal data is being processed lawfully. Your access right can be exercised in accordance with data protection laws and regulations. Any access request must be made by emailing email@example.com. We will provide your personal data to you within the statutory time frames. If you have a complaint about how we have used your information, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (https://ico.org.uk/).
Last Edited on 2021-04-17