GDPR Privacy Policy Statement

Wed 23rd May 2018

Data protection law is changing and we are required to provide you with information under the new General Data Protection Policy Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect on 25th May 2018.

Here at Professional Polishing Services Ltd we are committed to your privacy and the protection of your personal data.

We have ensured out technological and organisational resources are there to ensure the protection of your Personal Data. All the personal data we collect from you or generated by you is as customer, previous customer or prospective customer and is collected purely to conduct our business to ensure you receive a high-quality service. W only collect Personal Data that is adequate, pertinent and limited to what is necessary in light of the purpose for what it is proposed.

Specifically we use your Personal Data for the following;
• Perform our obligations to provide products and services and set for the Contract
• Enable payment processing transactions
• Offer you the service that meets your needs
• Contact you with regards to enquiries and order.
• Undertake analysis to adapt and improve our commercial activities
• Facilitate order fulfilment
• Comply with legal or regulatory obligations and requirements

Your Personal Date is confidential, and we do not pas it onto a third party unless required do to so for legal or regulatory reasons.

The information we collect is as follows;
• Company name, address, contact details including email addresses and mobile telephone numbers if appropriate. VAT Number and Company registration number. Bank details and credit references.
• Personal information such as name, email address, postal information and contact numbers for employees.
• Financial
• Confidential

Only staff who have legitimate need to access data will be authorised to do so.
We only hold onto your information for as long as we need to and to use it for the purpose we acquired it in the first instance. To comply with UK law this can be held for up to seven years for external audit purposes after the data is no longer required.

Under GDPR you have a number of additional rights relating to your Personal Data under the Data privacy Laws. Subject to certain conditions in accordance with the Data Privacy Laws you may request (i) access to your Personal Data (ii) rectification of your existing Personal Data (iii) erasure of your Personal Data (iiii) to reject our processing of your information (iv) objection to processing your Personal Data (v) restriction of processing your Personal Data in order to verify its accuracy, object to its erasure or defend your legal rights.
We do not send direct marketing emails and should we wish to do so we would ask your written consent to receive them.

If you wish to raise a complaint on how we have handled your Personal Data please contact our Data Protection Officer whose details can be provided to you on request.