The Severn Partnership Ltd
The company supports the protection of staff, client and prospect personal data in a transparent way and inline with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This data is collected as part of our legitimate business operations and the company only stores the minimum necessary information to protect the privacy of its clients. Information sent to clients is for relevant business to business (B2B) services and information stored is on secure online encrypted servers. The company does not sell or pass on any business or client contact details.
Business Data Collection: Date collected by the company is from the following sources
- Business Enquiries and Contracts
- Business Cards
- Website Enquiries & Website Forms
- Social Media Contacts
Opt Out: The Company will hold and process the client data in accordance to this policy; giving the client the option to opt out of future communications from the Company at any stage.
To opt out, please contact:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By post: The Severn Partnership Ltd, Lambda House, Hadley Park East, Telford, TF1 6QJ
By Phone: +44(0)1952 676 775
Storing Business Data: The Company will take reasonable measures to ensure that B2B data is kept up-to-date, secure and with an option to opt-out at any stage of the communications process. The Company will store client data internally and under no circumstances will this information to be sold or distributed external to the Company.
The Company will hold and store client/business data for a period of no longer than of seven years. Clients have the right to know what personal information the Company uses and can ask the Marketing Department to correct any errors. You also have the right to request a copy of personal information and/or for it to be deleted.
Business Data use: The Company will only hold business data to promote its services through communications campaigns stated above or to expedite a project on behalf of a client. The Company will exclude business data when requested to do so by the client or prospect client through the opt-out options below.
To assess your skills and competency for roles at the company, some personal data will be collected on application. This could be received via the Company’s website, recruitment 3rd party sites, or by direct email or letter from prospective employees all of which.
To process your application, a Director and/or senior manager of the company will review the content of your curriculum vitae. If a suitable role is open at the time of application, the company will contact you to obtain your consent to process your application through to interview and offer stage.
If your application is successful, the Company will retain your documentation and may request further information for internal HR records. If your application process is unsuccessful, the Company would hold your application documentation for a further two-year period; unless the Company is requested to delete your records.
To opt out and request your application to be deleted at any time, please email email@example.com with the subject reference ‘Delete my application’ – stating your name and the role you applied for.
Security: We are concerned about safeguarding the confidentiality of your Information. We provide physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect Information we process and maintain. For example, we limit access to this Information to authorised employees and contractors who need to know that Information in order to operate, develop or improve our Application. Please be aware that, although we endeavour provide reasonable security, no security system can prevent all potential security breaches.
Contact: If you have any questions regarding privacy while using the Application, or have questions about our practices, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the Application.
Google Analytics: From Google Inc aid our web design decisions and use 1st party Cookies to track web visitor use. They store your IP address which can be used by Google servers. This data on where visitors come from, how many visitors and pages visited is anonymised and not personal. More information can be found here (http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html).
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