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Policy & Procedure
Funny Wonders operates under a best-practise culture and in accordance with a range of policy documents (see below). It is a priority to ensure our activities are within a safe environment for all our members and associates. All our practitioners have Enhanced DBS (CRB) Checks upon recruitment and our Team undergo safeguarding training.
These policies are written by Funny Wonders Directors for Funny Wonders and are, as such, not suitable for use by external organisations. We accept no responsibility for the consequences of their use elsewhere.
Lawful Basis: Funny Wonders (FWinc) collects personal data lawfully through consent obtained from the data subject. Workshop participants are not obliged to provide the data requested in our registration forms and failing to provide the data will have no detrimental affect on their participation in our activities.
Data Use: FWinc collects personal data for internal administration purposes and in order to contact associates about present and future Funny Wonders activities and/or news. We will contact you primarily via email or by text if preferred. To no longer receive such communication, please contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and request to unsubscribe from our mailing lists.
Data Processing: FWinc would like to use information such as age and residence in statistical analysis for evaluation of our activities to help shape our future activities. Personal data will not be used in any automatic decision making or profiling processes.
Data Sharing: FWinc recognises the expectation of the confidentiality of personal data. FWinc will not pass on personal data to any third party unless it is publicly available or disclosure if lawfully required as outlined in the FWinc Data Protection & Confidentiality Policy. If any organisation is interested in any personal data, we will contact data subjects with the request and pass on their contact details. FWinc requires communication between team members to delivery our activities. For this reason, email addresses and phone numbers may be shared to facilitate this.
Data Storage: FWinc stores data in hard-copy and on the FWinc electronic database. Hard-copies and electronic devices will be stored in safe and secure environments. All electronic devices will be password-protected with appropriate firewalls and anti-virus software to prevent hacking or theft. The storage of your data will be managed by the FWinc Data Lead and held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
Duration of Storage: FWinc wishes to retain personal data for a maximum of twenty years since last contact. This is so that we can let our associates know about any future activities with which you may like to get involved, including anniversary celebrations.
Data Requests: associates are entitled, at any time, to request to know what personal data we hold. To make a Subject Access Request, please contact the organisation via email (email@example.com) detailing what information you would like to know.
Data Deletion: associates are entitled, at any time, to withdraw your consent for us to hold their personal data. To request its deletion, please contact the organisation via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) detailing
what information you would like us to delete.
Objections: associates reserve the right to object to FWinc collecting, holding or using your personal data.
Complaints: if you consider FWinc to collect, hold or use your personal data unlawfully, you are entitled to
complain to a supervisory authority.
For more information regarding data protection, please see our Data Protection & Confidentiality Policy above.