We are committed to privacy for everyone who accesses this website. Under the General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”) we must comply with those regulations which are designed to ensure that any data provided to us is processed with due care and attention.
If you do not agree to our processing of your data in the manner outlined in this Policy, please do not submit any personal data to us.
What Data We Collect and How We Use It
We collect personal data from individuals who represent members and clients, prospective members and clients, and other interested parties. This data is limited to contact information such as email and postal addresses and telephone numbers and organisation name.
We also collect corporate data in order to deliver the benefits of membership as well as ancillary services that we offer to members.
Such benefits and services include:
· Information on modern slavery and labour exploitation in supply chains
· Technical services
· Training services
· Technology solutions
· Membership programme services
We process personal data on the consent basis for those who are only interested in receiving news and updates about us and on the contractual basis for individuals who represent corporate bodies who are members/clients/partners.
For those individuals whose personal data is processed on the basis of consent, an opt-out is available either by clicking the unsubscribe link in a news update email or by contacting us at email@example.com
Subject Access Request
You have the right to request a copy of the personal data we hold for you on our systems. In order to receive this information, we will need verification of your identity. Please note that we will not provide the following types of information in response to a data access request: Information about other people; Opinions given in confidence; Repeat requests or privileged information. Other types of information may also be exempt under data protection laws (e.g. data relating to the commission of offences or estimates of damages).
Other Sources of Data
We may also process information about you where it is available from public sources. For example, if you have a professional profile online we may combine that type of information with the information you provide directly to us.
Correcting and Updating Personal data
If your personally identifiable information changes (such as email address), we will endeavour to provide a way to correct, update or remove the personal data provided to us. This can usually be done by contacting the office on 0300 008 0044 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How Long will my Information be Held for?
We are required by law to hold your information for as long as is necessary to comply with our statutory and contractual obligations and in accordance with our legitimate interests as a data controller.
We will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that your Personal Data is maintained and up to date. However, you are under a duty to inform us of any and all changes to your Personal Data to ensure that it is up to date and we will update or delete your Personal Data accordingly.
Do we pass data to third parties?
Where necessary we may pass data to third parties that help us to process data such as marketing software providers. This data may be transferred outside of the European Union.
How is Data Safeguarded?
The security of your data is extremely important to us. Access to your personal data is only provided to our staff and third parties who help us to process data.
When users submit personal or corporate data via the website, your information is protected both online and off-line.
Changes to this Policy
Any policy changes, either due to business reasons or future changes in legislation, will be posted on this page and, if substantial, may be promoted on the website or through e-mail notification.
Slave-Free Alliance Cookies Policy
What are cookies?
“Cookie” is a name for a small text file, usually of letters and numbers, which are placed on your computer or other devices like your mobile phone or tablet when you visit a website.
They are widely used and they let websites recognise your device, so that the sites can work, or work better and also gathers information about how you use the site. A cookie, by itself, cannot be used to identify you. A cookie often contains a unique number, which can be used to recognise your computer when a user of your computer returns to a website that it visited previously.
For further information about cookies, go to https://www.aboutcookies.org.uk/
We only use anonymous analytic cookies to track visits to our site and visitor journeys around our site. As with all statistics about visitors to our website, this tracking is anonymous and aggregate and does not relate to any information we might hold on individuals.
You can manage website cookies in your browser settings. You always have the choice to have your device warn you each time a cookie is being sent or change these settings by accepting, rejecting, or deleting cookies. If you choose to change your settings, you may find that certain functions and features will not work as intended on the Services. All browser settings are slightly different, so to manage cookies, you should refer to the relevant settings within your browser.
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