PRIVACY POLICY

KJM Massage and Personal Training is committed to the security of your personal data. We need to collect and process data to fulfil our service to you. This privacy notice explains the data we need and how we will use it.

Who are we?

KJM MASSAGE AND PERSONAL TRAINING IS :

A health and well being small business including varies areas of remedial, holistic, wellbeing therapies and a range of fitness and personal training services.

What data do we ask you for?

In order to complete our service to you we will need to collect some personal data about you. This will include your name, address, phone number, email address, and any other general information necessary to provide our service to you.

What purpose do we use the data for?

We need to collect your data so that we can create an account for you on our system to enable us to fulfil your orders and queries. The data we request enables us to keep a record of your information, tracking your updated medical and history information and record your current health and wellbeing data plus emergency contacts . It also enables us to fulfil any other additional enquires you may have.

This data is collected under the lawful purpose set out in General Data Protection Regulation of:

6(1)(b) – Processing is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subject or to take steps to enter into a contract.

We also use your data to contact you to ask for your customer feedback or to let you know of upcoming products.

Will we share your data?

At KJM Massage and Personal Training we do not sell on any personal data that we hold, and we treat all your data as strictly confidential.

How long will you keep my data?

We will hold all data until such time you wish to withdraw consent.

Financial information must be auditable for a period of seven years, so we will delete/distort all data secured after this period. Original data and account forms will be destroyed after this time.

Your data will be kept up to date on our computerised systems, when you notify us of changes.

Your rights and your personal data:

Under GDPR you have the following rights (unless subject to an exemption):

· The right to be informed

· The right of access

· The right to rectification

· The right to erasure

· The right to restrict processing

· The right to data processing

· The right to object

· Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling

If you would like to withdraw your consent to the processing of data that may only be processed with your consent, please put this in writing to the Managing Director. Please specify the area of consent that you wish to withdraw and any other relevant information.

Mrs Karen Jones-McMullen

[email protected]

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