Personal data we use:
SECURE SERVICES GROUP LTD (the company) will hold data relevant to its business activities, this as such includes contact information for companies and individuals for the purposes of contacting them with regards to bookings made by the client. Clients data will
be held in compressed zip files and only accessed by the relevant employees that require the data for the purposes it is intended to be used for.
The data held is given to SECURE SERVICES GROUP LTD under consent of the owner at the point of contact., by completing any form requiring personal data either by email or online the owner of the data is consenting to SECURE SERVICES GROUP and its employees using and storing this data for its relevant and intended purpose.
Due to the nature of SECURE SERVICES GROUP’S Business activities staff will engage in activities as such that during the course of carrying out its duties may involve in depth personal data of individuals including sensitive information relating to medical conditions. This information is required to held for 7 years after the data is supplied. All information is confidential and is held in secure storage
at SECURE SERVICES GROUP LTD head office. No personal patient information should be removed from the premises without the consent of the Directors.
Patient information may be shared with other medical professionals such as doctors or other NHS staff for the wellbeing of the patient and in the course of required medical treatment.
This includes, but is not limited to –
When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
Data specific to an event will be shared with the relevant staff or contractors that will require the information for them to carry out the task they are employed to do.
Patient data may be shared with medical staff from the NHS or private medical faculties for the intended purpose of patient wellbeing and treatment relevant to the patient.in this instance data will be available from both parties involved via a subject access request.