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Privacy notice from
25 May 2018

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Our privacy notice will change from 25 May 2018, when the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. Below will be the new privacy notice. Read our current privacy notice.Find out more about GDPR on the Information Commissioner's Office website.

This privacy notice sets out how the Disabled Workers Co-operative handles, stores, uses and shares your personal information.When the the Disabled Workers Co-operative processes your personal data, it is acting as a 'data controller'.What we collect and how we use personal dataWe process the personal data of individuals or organisations in different ways depending on what they have subscribed to.

Those subscribed to the Disabled Workers eNewsletter

The information held includes:

  • Names
  • Email addresses
  • telephone numbers

None of this information is shared with any 3rd parties

 

Those registered on the Disabled Workers Database

The information held may included:

  • names
  • addresses
  • telephone numbers
  • email addresses
  • employment details and educational details
  • visual images
  • physical or mental health details

Some of this information being the Name contact details and nature of business are publicy available on the Disabled Workers Database.

 

Employers registered on the Disabled Workers eJobs Portal

The information held may included:

  • names
  • addresses
  • telephone numbers
  • email addresses
  • employment description
  • visual images
  • physical or mental health details

This information is publicy available on the Disabled Workers eJobs Portal.We do not collect information on jobseekers using the eJobs Portal, although their details may be collected by any of the companies they contact with respect to advertised job vacancies.

 

Individuals, Companies, Organisations, registered on the Disabled Workers Directory.he information held may included:

  • names
  • addresses
  • telephone numbers
  • email addresses
  • service employment description
  • visual images
  • physical or mental health details

This information is publicy available on the Disabled Workers Directory.

 

We also process personal information to help us to carry out our duties.

We do not sell personal information to anyone and do not share it with third parties.Why we collect and use your personal data (the legal basis)We may process your personal information for at least one of the following reasons:

  • you have given your consent to us using the personal information in that way, for example, where you sign up to our e-newsletter
  • you have given your consent to the personal information being publicly available on the Disabled Workers Database, eJobs Portal od Directory.
  • our use of your personal information is necessary to carry out a contract or take steps to enter into a contract with you
  • processing your personal data is necessary to perform a public task, which is carried out in the public interest
  • we need to process your personal information to comply with relevant legal or regulatory obligations, which may include making reports to the authorities or government departments

 

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A cookie is a small file that we store on your computer to collect information about how you use our website. For more information on how we use these, see our on our website these are only used to make your browsing experence easier.

 

How we share your personal information

We do not share your personal information with other organisations other than what is publicly available on the Disabled Workers Database, eJobs Portal and Directory. Your rights to your personal informationYou have the following rights to your personal information:

  • right to request access to your personal information and information relating to our use and processing of your personal information
  • right to request that we restrict our use of your personal information
  • right to receive your personal information in a structured commonly-used and machine-readable format or transmit the data directly to another Data Controller
  • right to object to the processing of your personal information for certain purposes such as direct marketing and profiling
  • right to request your personal information to be erased where it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected
  • right to withdraw your consent to the use of your personal information where the processing of your data is based on consent

You can make these requests or withdraw your consent by using our contact form.

How long do we keep your personal information for?

We will keep your personal information for no longer than necessary, taking into account the following:

  • the reasons why we are processing your personal information, for example, if we need to keep it to fulfil a contract
  • whether the law requires us to continue to process your personal information, for example, if a law says we have to keep records
  • whether we have a business reason to continue to process your personal information

How we keep your personal information safe

We take appropriate measures to secure your personal information and protect it against unauthorised or unlawful processing, as well as against its accidental loss, destruction or damage, including:

  • using secure servers to store your personal information
  • using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software or other similar encryption technologies to encrypt confidential data in transit and at rest
  • verifying the identity of individuals that access your personal information
  • providing access to the minimum personal data necessary, using appropriate restrictions and making the data anonymous or unidentifiable whenever possible

How you can contact us

If you have any question or concern on how we collect, handle, store or secure your personal information, please use our contact form.

Last updated: 20 May 2018

 

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