Privacy Policy

Privacy Notice    Goodfellow’s Cabinet Making & Joinery

This Privacy Notice explains what Personal Data we hold, why we hold and process it, who we might share it with, and your rights and freedoms under the Law.

Goodfellow’s Cabinet Making & Joinery holds personal data in the following categories

  1. Our Clients
  2. Staff employment data. 
  3. Contractors’ data.
  4. Suppliers’ data 

How do we collect information from you?

We obtain information about you when you use our website, for example, when you contact us about our services.

What type of information is collected from you?

We save the information you provide us with in order for you to comment or perform other activities on our website. This information includes, for example, your name and e-mail address and information regarding what pages are accessed and when.

The personal information we collect might include your name, address and email address in order to identify you.

How is your information used?

We may use your information to:

  • Process an order that you have requested
  • Process and deliver orders that you have submitted
  • Carry out our obligations arising from any contracts entered into by you and us
  • Seek your views or comments on the services we provide
  • Process a job application
  • Deal with any issues you may encounter in relation to our services

Why we process Personal Data (what is the “purpose”) 

“Process” means we obtain, store, update and archive data.

1. Client data is held for communication and billing purposes

2. Staff employment data is held in accordance with Employment, Taxation and

    Pension law. 

3. Contractors’ data is held for the purpose of managing their contracts. 

4. Suppliers’ data is held for the purpose of stock ordering and payments

What is the Lawful Basis for processing Personal Data? 

The Law says we must tell you this.

1. We hold client data because it is in our legitimate interest to do so. Without holding the data, we cannot

work effectively.

2. We hold staff employment data because it is a legal obligation for us to do so. 

3. We hold Suppliers’ data because it is in our legitimate interest to do so. Without holding the data, we

    cannot work effectively.

Who might we share your data with?  

We can only share data if it is done securely and it is necessary to do so.

 

1. Client data is held by our website hosting provider where client contact is made via a web form to make

enquiries.

2. Employment data will be shared with government agencies such as HMRC and the Department of Work

    and Pensions.

3. We will not sell or rent your information to third parties

4. We will not share your information with third parties for marketing purposes

Your Rights

You have the right to

 

1. Be informed about the personal data we hold and why we hold it. 

How long is the Personal Data stored for? 

1. We must store clients’ data for seven years after the contract is ended

2. We must store employment data for six years after an employee has left.

3. We must store contractors’ data for seven years after the contract is ended.

4. We must store supplier’ data for seven years after billing.

We review our retention periods for personal information on a regular basis. We are legally required to hold some types of information to fulfil our statutory obligations (for example HMRC records). We will hold your personal information on our systems for as long as is necessary for the relevant activity, or as long as is set out in any relevant contract you hold with us.

What if you are not happy or wish to raise a concern about our data processing?

Data Erasure Right: the law requires you to tell Data Subjects about this right, but there are a number of compelling and legitimate reasons not to grant this request. 

Seewww.ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulationgdpr/individual-rights/right-to-erasure

You can complain in the first instance to us and we will do our best to resolve the matter. If this fails, you can complain to the Information Commissioner at www.ico.org.uk/concerns or by calling 0303 123 1113.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to make change to this Privacy Policy.