TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
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EQUAL TREATMENT AND DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION POLICY
DATA PROTECTION POLICY
developyourdentalpractice.com is operated and owned by Personal and Professional Development Limited, a company incorporated in London, UK, number 11650476 and with registered offices at Onega House, 112 Main Road, Sidcup, Kent DA14 6NE UK and Head Office at 15 Prospect Row, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 5AL UK.
We respect your privacy. We are committed to protecting the privacy of our subscribing members and we want to provide a safe and secure user experience. We will use our best efforts to ensure that the information you submit to us remains private and is used only for the purposes set forth herein. This policy details how data about you is collected, used, and shared when you access our website and services, or you interact with us.
When you use our 360 Degree Assessment Process application, you will be asked for certain personal information, including your first and last name, email address, telephone number, job role, organisation name, and organisation address.
As previously stated, we are committed to providing you with a safe and secure user environment. Therefore, before permitting you to use our site, we require you to agree to our use of this personal information, otherwise you may be restricted from using the site. The 360 Degree Assessment Tool we use on the site is designed to be used to create and manage competency and capability assessments and associated surveys. In agreeing to use this application, your information will be used to facilitate your providing of ratings of scores associated with competencies. You will be asked to complete a survey on yourself or another person and in doing so, you will score a number of questions relating to a competency or capability.
Your personal information will be used to:
When you use our 360 Degree Assessment Process, it will only be initiated by yourself as a subscribing member or another subscribing member.
If you agree to provide feedback to another subscribing member, your feedback, competency ratings and any verbatim provided by you will be shared with the subscribing member in question. The subscribing member may or may not decide to share the feedback received from others, including your feedback.
If you are the subscribing member wanting to generate feedback provided by yourself, and others, then the feedback generated by yourself, on yourself, will be identifiable on each report which will show your unique ratings and scores of yourself generated by yourself.
Excluding your manager's feedback, which will be shown as his/hers individual feedback, generally your feedback from others will not be identifiable to you on an individual basis but will be aggregated with other people's feedback you have sought.
Your personal information will be shared with us as part of our management of the 360 Assessment Application.
Your personal information is not shared with any other parties outside of the above. This includes any information generated for CPD Purposes.
Protection and Storage of Personal Information:
Your personal information is protected by physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards in compliance with applicable regulations. We also use computer safeguards such as firewalls and data encryption. For example, we use SSL encryption to safeguard all transactions between your browser and our application. In addition, we enforce physical access controls to our offices and files. We strive to ensure security on our systems and regularly review and update our security protocols.
Your Right to Access Your Personal Information:
As a Data Subject in the European Economic Area, you have the right to request, access, rectify, withdraw, delete, and restrict how we process your Personal Data. These rights include the ability to review the Personal Data we have in our Information and Communications systems concerning you, the ability to make any corrections to that Personal Data, the ability to be informed of who that data may have been shared with, the ability to withdraw your consent for us to process your Personal Data, the ability to request that we delete all of your Personal Data, and the ability to restrict how we process your Personal Data.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any such requests and they will be actioned within 48 hours of receipt.
HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
In using our site as a subscribing member you undertake to comply with The Health and Safety Policy and Procedures of your organisation.
Our Health and Safety Policy is as follows:
1) Directors Commitment to Health and Safety Issues
All Directors acknowledge their collective responsibility to provide adequate Health and Safety protection to all staff and customers.
Each Director is also aware of his/her individual responsibility to consider Health and Safety Issues when making decisions about aspects of the business for which they are solely responsible e.g. individual department or specialist fields of activity.
2) Managerial Responsibility for Health and Safety Policy
It is clearly understood that the responsibility for implementing the company’s agreed policy for Health and Safety lies with local management, beginning at the supervisor level.
All managers must take Health & Safety issues into account as an integral part of their management role.
Managers who become aware of any policy implementation problems relating to Health & Safety protection to staff, customers, visitors or any other third parties must bring the particular problem to the attention of his/her Line Manager, if he/she is unable to deal with the matter personally.
3) Employee Responsibility for Health and Safety Policy
Each and every employee has a personal (and legal) responsibility to assessments or general safety advice issued by the Safety and Environmental Services Department. If in doubt seek the advice of a manager.
Employees who fail to follow correct procedures and place Health and Safety of work colleagues or visitors at risk may by subject to company disciplinary procedure or even dismissal in extreme cases.
The active involvement by all employees in Health and Safety issues is encouraged.
All employees are entitled to receive adequate information instruction, training and supervision to ensure that they are able to undertake their various tasks without causing unacceptable risks to their own or other people’s Health & Safety.
4) Safety Policy, Advice and Safety Law
It is legal requirements under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 to devise a Health and Safety policy and to provide adequate information, instruction, training and supervision to ensure that the policies are followed or adapted and re-written when circumstances change.
The Health & Safety policy is, therefore a measure issued upon which the company must take action or, from past experience, which to take action in the interest of maintaining high standards of Health & Safety minimising the economic costs of staff shortages due to accidents and ill health, property damage, equipment damage and merchandise damage.
Staff who fail to follow written policy, internally published guidance or even verbal guidance from a Line Manager can find themselves in breach of Safety Law, if an accident results directly or indirectly from their activities, and can be personally prosecuted by enforcement agency officials e.g. Environmental Health Officers at Work Act 1994.
All Staff are encouraged to be fully pro-active on Health & Safety issues and bring any perceived problems quickly to the attention of their local management. If the problem persists, they may seek additional advice from the Company Directors.
As a subscribing member you can send complaints you might have to email@example.com at any time. We undertake to respond to all complaints within 48 hours of receiving them.
CANCELLING YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
You may cancel your subscription at any time by notifying us at any time on firstname.lastname@example.org and simultaneously cancelling your standing order payable to us.
The above Terms and Conditions will be subject to the laws of England and Wales. Any disputes will be resolved using the laws of England and Wales.