Company Data Protection Policy
JF Construction Services Ltd is the owner (and processor) of data for the purposes of the DPA 18 GDPR. Jacqueline Hudson is the Data Processor.
JF Construction Services Ltd needs to gather and use certain information about individuals. Our Company Data Protection Policy refers to our commitment to treat information of employees, customers, suppliers, business contacts and other people the company has a relationship with, or, may need to contact.
This policy describes how this personal data must be collected, handled and stored to meet the company’s data protection standards – and to comply with the law. With this policy, we ensure that we gather, store and handle data fairly, transparently and with respect towards individual rights. If refers to our commitment to treat information of employees, customers and other interested parties with the utmost care and confidentially.
Employees of our company must follow this policy. Contractors, consultants and any other external entity are also covered. Generally, our policy refers to anyone we collaborate with or acts on our behalf and may need occasional access to data.
As part of our operations, we need to obtain and process information. This information includes any offline or online data that makes a person identifiable such as names, addresses, usernames and passwords, digital footprints, photographs, social security number financial data etc.
Our company collects this information in a transparent way and only with the full cooperation and knowledge of interested parties. Once this information is available to us, the following rules apply.
Our data will be:
- Collected fairly and for lawful purposes only
- Adequate, relevant and not excessive
- Accurate and up-to-date
- Processed by the company within its legal and moral boundaries
- Protected against any unauthorized or illegal access by internal or external parties
Our data will not be:
- Communicated informally
- Stored for more than is necessary
- Transferred to organisations, states or countries that do not have adequate data protection policies
- Distributed to any party other than the ones agreed upon by the data’s owner (exempting legitimate requests from law enforcement authorities).
In addition to ways of handling the data, the company has direct obligations towards people whom the data belongs. Specifically we must:
- Let people know which of their data is collected
- Inform people about how we’ll process their data
- Inform people about who has access to their information
- Have provisions in cases of lost, corrupted or compromised data
- Allow people to request that we modify, erase, reduce or correct data contained in our databases
To exercise data protection we’re committed to:
- Restrict and monitor access to sensitive data
- Develop transparent data collection procedures
- Train employees in on line privacy and security measures
- Build secure networks to protect online data cyber attacks
- Establish clear procedures for reporting privacy breaches or data misuse
- Include contact clauses or communicate statements on how to handle data
- Establish data protection practices (document shredding, secure locks, data encryption, frequent backups, access authorisation etc.)
Our data protection provisions will appear on our website.