All individuals whose personal data is gathered in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 of the United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom stores and makes use of the contact data of persons from businesses that make use of our services. We will also preserve records on the type and substance of the contact we have with them, as well as the services that we have given, and we will utilise these data in order to maintain the quality of our service. This information may be used on occasion in order for us to personalise our services and inform you of the various ways in which we may assist you. On occasion, you may offer to supply us with paperwork and information pertinent to the matters on which we are providing advice. We are going to save this information and make use of it so that we can continue to deliver the relevant service to you. Unless we are authorised or obliged by law to do so, we will not provide any information on individuals who work for firms that are members of our association unless those individuals are acting in the capacity of an agent or service provider.
It is the duty of the Privacy Panel to see to it that the data subjects whose personal information is being collected or processed are informed about the existence of this notice.
All employees of our company who interact with data subjects are responsible for ensuring that this notice is brought to the attention of the data subject and that the data subject’s consent to the processing of their data is secured. This responsibility applies whether or not the employee directly interacts with the data subject.
A note about privacy
Where do we come from?
UNDELETE EUROPE, also known as the Manufacturers’ Organization, is the organisation that acts as the representative voice of the manufacturing sector in the UK. It has offices in London, Brussels, every English area, and Wales.
We together represent 20,000 businesses across the engineering, manufacturing, and technology industries, as well as the broader industrial sector. These businesses range in size from start-ups to multinational corporations. Over 5,000 companies that are members of UNDELETE EUROPE are directly represented by our organisation. Everything we do, from providing crucial business assistance and training to advocating for the manufacturing industry in the UK and the EU, is geared on assisting British manufacturers in their efforts to compete, innovate, and expand their businesses.
Businesses are able to remain safe, compliant, and future-focused with the assistance of our counsel, knowledge, and influence in areas such as human resources and employment law, health and safety, environmental and productivity development, and more.
Providing customers with information that is pertinent to our products and services and taking into account their preferences
Having direct conversations with clients regarding the goods and services that they have already purchased
ensuring that we meet any and all responsibilities to supply you with our services
Notifying customers of any updates or changes that may affect their connection with UNDELETE EUROPE
Our legitimate grounds for collecting and using the personal data are as follows:
The following is a list of any legitimate interests pursued by either us or any third parties that we use:
- Information and news on manufacturing
- Details concerning the membership of UNDELETE EUROPE, which may be found here.
- Details concerning the training opportunities provided by UNDELETE EUROPE.
- Details concerning UNDELETE EUROPE business support services are included in this document.
- Details on UNDELETE EUROPE Venues services are included in this document.
- Details on the services offered by UNDELETE EUROPE, an apprenticeship programme.
You are granting us permission to treat your personal data expressly for the reasons that have been outlined in this privacy notice if you consent to this privacy notice.
To handle any sort of personally identifiable information, UNDELETE EUROPE requires the individual’s consent, which must be granted specifically. When we ask you for sensitive personal data, we will always explain why we need it and how we plan to use it before we collect it from you.
A declaration of confidentiality
You may learn more about the ways in which we utilise your data and the reasons why here:
The legislation that governs the protection of personal data specifies the following categories as personal data:
“any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, or an online identifier; an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, or an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic,
How we will utilise the information you provide
When you sign up to become a user, we will gather the information required to verify your registration and to identify you so that we can provide the service to you.
If you voluntarily fill out any of the various forms that are located on our website or if you get in touch with us to provide feedback or particular requests, we may also gather information from you.
In addition, we may collect information about how you use the service for the purposes of monitoring and enhancing the quality of the service we provide as well as customising the service that is delivered.
We will not reveal any of the information that we have collected to any third party, unless that entity is acting as an agent or service provider for UNDELETE EUROPE. The only exception to this policy is where the law requires us to do so.
Cookies are little text files that are downloaded onto your computer or other access device when you visit a website. The UNDELETE EUROPE website utilises these files, which we are able to access in the event that you revisit our website in the future.
We do this so that we may obtain a better knowledge of our users and the requirements that they have, and so that we can monitor how well our website is meeting the demands of our users by providing information to them. Additionally, we authenticate and authorise registered users with the help of cookies.
No cookie that is generated by this website will include any personally identifiable information that you have voluntarily submitted to us.
The manner in which cookies are utilised on the UNDELETE EUROPE website
The following is a list of the primary cookies that are used on this website:
Analytics: These cookies enable us to enhance this website over time by providing us with insights on how users interact with the various areas of the website and how different parts of the website are utilised by visitors. The information collected is of a statistical nature and is collected in an anonymous manner.
Authentication: The purpose of these cookies is to identify individual users who have visited the website. These are the cookies that, if you log in to the website, allow us to remember who you are and, as a result, give you with access to pages on the website that are specific to you, such as the pages associated with your account. Your session at this website is made more secure thanks to these cookies.
Cookies that are stored on your computer for a single browsing session are referred to as “session” cookies. Their purpose is to make your time spent on a website go as smoothly as possible. Their most common applications are as follows:
Providing us with the ability to recognise the device you are using to access the website so that you are not counted as a new visitor every time you navigate to a different section of the website;
Ensure that each of the servers that we utilise to power the website serves an equal amount of users in order to assist in making the surfing experience for each individual as quick and responsible as is practicable;