RAISING AWARENESS THROUGH EDUCATION
PROMOTING PREVENTION & EARLY DETECTION CAMPAIGNING FOR CHANGE
SKCIN: THE KAREN CLIFFORD SKIN CANCER CHARITY / REGISTERED CHARITY: 1150048
WE NEED YOUR HELP! PLEASE HELP US TO STOP SKIN CANCER TAKING MORE LIVES. WE ARE HUGELY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
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LOOK AFTER YOUR SKIN
AND STAY SAFE IN THE SUN
At Skcin we are dedicated to preventing
skin cancer through education...
SKIN CANCER IS THE MOST
COMMON CANCER IN THE UK
Skin cancer kills more people in the UK
than Australia - the UV capital of the world!
RATES OF SKIN CANCER
ARE RISING FASTER THAN
ANY OTHER CANCER
and it is now one of the biggest cancer
killers in the 15-34 age group!
ALMOST ALL SKIN CANCERS
ARE CAUSED BY OVER
EXPOSURE TO UV
That means that almost all skin cancers
are preventable by being sun savvy!
THAT'S WHY SKCIN ARE
DEDICATED TO PROMOTING
Through national educational,
accreditation schemes, campaigns,
partnerships and initiatives...
TO REVERSE THE SOARING
RATES OF SKIN CANCER FOR
OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS
Knowledge is power. It's time to make
a change. Education is key, a culture
change is required and that's our mission.
1. Who we are and what this Policy covers Privacy Notice Relating To Your Personal Data
- What personal data we collect about you? We may request that you provide us with some of your personal information such as your name, address, email address, phone number and details regarding your business / profession in order to provide you with online and / or posted resources as part of our accreditations. In addition, you may consent to us sending you related marketing material.
- How we collected it and from whom? We collect data from you when you submit a request to us for assistance / information or register on one of our websites. This is collected from our websites and from any phone calls or email correspondence you make to us.
- What do we use your personal data for? We use your personal data in order to provide online support and printed/posted resources as part of our accreditations, or when you enquire about our services. If consent is given on our website, we will also use your personal data (such as email address) to send you related news and information.
- What is our lawful basis for using your personal data? When you register for one of our accreditations, we have a Legitimate Interest in providing you with personalised online content and / or posted resources to allow you to complete the accreditation and retain access to the resources provided. We also need to keep a record of who has received free resources so that we can ensure these are only provided once.
- Do we need your consent to the use of your personal data? In certain circumstances this may be necessary. In those circumstances, you will be fully informed about why your data is being used and your consent requested. Your right to withdraw your consent will be explained.
- Do we share your personal data? We may use third parties to process your data for the sole purpose of providing the online / posted accreditation resources. We do not allow third parties to use your personal data for their own purposes, we only permit them to process your personal data for our specified purposes. These include printers and couriers for posted resources and web hosting providers for online content but may include other, carefully selected partners.
- For how long do we retain your personal data? We will need to keep most of your personal data for as long as you are registered with any of our accreditations. We will only keep your personal data for as long as we need to in order to maintain your account, accreditation status or until you request we delete it (see 4 above). We may store aggregated data for up to five years (see below).
- What rights do you have in relation to your personal data? Your rights are explained below in more detail but, among other things, you have the right to request that we provide you with a copy of all of the personal data that we hold about you and you also have the right to be forgotten.
- How do we make sure your personal data is secure? Once we have any of your personal data we will use strict procedures and security features to prevent unauthorised access. Where we require our partners to store your data, this will only be on the basis that they operate stringent security processes.
2. Personal data we collect about you.
The personal data we may ask you to supply as part of registering for our accreditations is as follows. Not all information is requested for all accreditations and not all information will be mandatory. You will be informed at the time of registration what information you do not have to provide
- Your name (first name and last name)
- Your postal address for shipment of printed resources
- Your telephone numbers and email address
- Information about your business / profession
Our external IT providers such as Web Hosting companies may collect data such as your IP address and information about the browser and type of device you use with the legitimate interest in discovering any security concerns with our websites
3. How is personal data collected?
We collect personal data from you in a number of different ways:
- you may share information with us in order to register online for one of our accreditations;
- with your consent, you may share other information with us so that you are informed of related news and updates from the charity from time to time via email marketing.
- you may provide us with feedback on our accreditations and give us permission to publish it;
- we will collect technical and usage data such as IP address, browser type, time zone settings, current location, operating system and information regarding the device(s) you have used to access our website and how you have used our website.
4. How we use your personal data
We use your personal data only when the law allows us to. We most commonly use your personal data in the following circumstances...
- When you register for one of our accreditations and we need to provide personalised online content or posted, printed resources in relation to the accreditation.
- where it is considered necessary for our legitimate interests, or those of a third party, and your interests, as long as your fundamental rights do not override these;
- where we are required to comply with a legal or regulatory obligation.
- managing our relationship with you (for example, asking you for feedback on the accreditation);
- send email communications if explicit consent has been provided in order for us to do so;
- use of data analytics to improve the website, products, marketing and user experience;
- For internal reporting purposes to help Skcin measure the success and impact we are generating on a national and international scale.
When you have given your consent, we may use your personal data to send you related news updates which we think may be of interest to you. If you have decided to opt-out then you will no longer receive this information from us. You will, however, continue to receive transactional emails from us in relation to the accreditation programme you registered for.
We may share your personal data with the following categories of third parties:
- If/where relevent Providers of payment systems that process your payments for products.
- Delivery companies that we use to deliver any printed resources.
- External IT providers such as web hosting companies and database administrators
- With your consent, agencies whom we have retained to assist us to conduct promotional and marketing activity as well as provide technical assistance and support.
We will also disclose your personal data to third parties:
- if we are under a legal duty to disclose or share your personal data in order to comply with any legal obligation, or any lawful request from any legal or regulatory authority; or
- to respond to any claims, and to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights.
Most third parties with whom we share your personal data are limited (by law and by contract) in their ability to use your personal data for the specific purposes identified by us. These third parties are themselves subject to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). They will be responsible for their own processing of personal data to the extent that processing is subject to, or relates to, those regulations.
We will always ensure that any third parties with whom we share your personal data are subject to privacy and security obligations consistent with this privacy notice and applicable laws.
We will ensure that we get your opt-in consent before we share your personal data with any external third parties that we use for email marketing purposes.
You have the right to ask us or third parties to stop sending you marketing communications at any time. You can do this by opening an email you have received from us and clicking ‘unsubscribe’ which can be found at the bottom of the email. Alternatively you can email us and request that we remove your email address from our database which can take up to 2 working days to complete.
If we wish to use your personal data for any other purpose, we will update this privacy notice and inform you.
5. Your legal rights
Under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which are designed to protect your personal data, we need to have what is called a lawful basis time we use, share or otherwise process your personal data. When you use our site(s) to register for one of our accreditations, the processing of your personal data is necessary to allow you to complete the accreditation, receive any online or printed resources and to allow us to provide you with support.
When we say "legitimate interests", we mean ours (or a third party's) interests in operating the service as efficiently and securely as possible. For example, we may choose to use a third party to store your personal data; we may do this because our use of that service means that your personal data is more secure.
In order for you to receive the full benefit of our site(s), such as completing one of our accreditations or receive marketing communications, we will need your consent to collect and use your personal data. Under these circumstances, we will inform you of how the data you provide will be collected, stored and used before seeking your consent. In addition, you will be informed how to withdraw or modify your consent at any time.
You may withdraw your consent, or object to our processing of your personal data in a certain way (where you have the right to do so), by contacting us firstname.lastname@example.org
What are your rights in relation to your personal data?
You have certain rights in relation to your personal data; those rights will not necessarily apply in all cases or to all personal data which is processed by us.
For example, certain rights will not apply where we need to process personal data to comply with our legal duties.
You have the right to request that we:
- provide you with a copy of any personal data which we hold about you;
- update any of your personal data which is out of date or incorrect;
- delete any personal data which we hold about you;
- restrict the way that we process your personal data;
- consider any valid objections which you have to our use of your personal data; or
- provide your personal data to a third party provider of services.
We will consider all such requests (including whether they apply in a particular case) and provide our response within the time period stated by applicable law which is 30 days (1 month of receipt)
When you make a request, we will acknowledge your request and we may ask you to provide us with some further information to allow us to confirm your identity.