Anonymous Data Collection
Unless otherwise mentioned in the following provisions we do not collect, process or use any of your personal data. When you visit our website, some information on your visit will be logged, such as the IP address, the type and version of internet browser, the OS you are using, the referrer URL (the website linked to ours) , and the time of the server request. This information cannot be used to identify you. It will be evaluated in an anonymised form for statistical reasons by web providers and search engines. We do not use this data.
Usage of your personal data
Your personal data is only used where you authorise us to do so of your own free will and by completing the relevant online forms or emailing us an enquiry on email@example.com. If you choose to email us then we will store your details, in line with GDPR and destroy your data after 2 years. If you become a client we will destroy your details after 6 years inline with the British Psychological Society rules and guidelines. By providing your email address on the website you commit to receive information from the Occupational Mind Group, including feedback, training and consultant sessions, depending on your request. We will never pass you details to a third party and you can opt out at any point by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will not use your details for any marketing, unless you directly opt in for receiving articles and updates.
Cookies are small text files that a website you visit creates and stores in a directory on your hard drive or in a temporary area of memory. Although your browser may be set up to allow the creation of cookies, you can specify that you wish to be prompted before a website puts a cookie on your hard drive, so that you can decide whether to allow it. Alternatively, you can set your computer not to accept any cookies. Please refer to your browser instructions or help screen for information about how to do this. If you disable cookies, you may not have access to certain features that make your experience of the Website more efficient and some of Our Services may not function properly, however please feel free to call us or contact us by email if you would like any information sending to you.
Security and confidentiality
The Occupational Mind Group safeguards the security of the personal information you provide to us with physical, electronic and managerial procedures. We use industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption on any pages where we (or our associated organisations) collect personal data. Any personal information you provide will be held securely and your personal information will not be sold or traded to third parties. In some circumstances We may need to disclose your personal information (i) to a third party to provide a service you have requested, (ii) to fulfil a request for information, (iii) to comply with a legal requirement or request from a competent court, regulator or other authority, or (iv) if We believe that there has been a violation of the Terms, of Our rights or the rights of any third party. Any information about you that We pass to a third party service provider will be held securely by that party and used only to provide the services or information you have requested.
We work with a number of service providers including the following. All service providers have demonstrated compliance to GDPR and their privacy statements, policies and procedures can be found on their websites. We will not pass any of you information onto these service providers without your explicit consent which will be obtained when we enter into a contract of services with you. At this point you will know the services we are providing (e.g. Saville Assessment) and we will only pass your email on so they can contact you to complete the service commissioned.
Prism Brain Mapping
CEB Assessments (including SHL suite)
JCA Global – Leadership Climate Assessments
Creative & Innovative Climate Indicator
The British Psychology Society Code of Ethics & Conduct
As registered members with the British Psychological Society for a number of years we apply the values that all Psychologists should consider: (i) Privacy and confidentiality; (ii) Respect; (iii) Communities and shared values within them; (iv) Impacts on the broader environment – living or otherwise; (v) Issues of power; (vi) Consent; (vii) Self-determination; (viii) The importance of compassionate care, including empathy, sympathy, generosity, openness, distress, tolerance, commitment and courage.
Within this there are guidelines to protect client’s data which we adhere to and include in our processes and practices.
Our Website may offer you the opportunity to share or follow information about the Website (or the products and/or services available through it) using third party social networking functionality (such as through "share this", "like" or "follow" buttons).
We offer this functionality in order to generate interest in Our Website among the members of your social networks, and to permit you to share and follow opinions, news and recommendations about the Website with your friends. However, you should be aware that sharing personal or non-personal information with a social network may result in that information being collected by the social network provider or result in that information being made publicly-available, including through Internet search engines.
Access to your information and contacting Acas
We are more than happy to provide you with a copy of the personal information we may hold about you please email us to request. Please also keep us up to date with your information and we will regularly check the accuracy of our information and correct any in accuracies. Please contact us on email@example.com.
Please note we will need to verify your identity to be able to release information to you.
Links to external sites from the Website
Internet based transfers
Given that the Internet is a global environment, using the Internet to collect and process personal information necessarily involves the transmission of data on an international basis. Territories outside the European Economic Area ("EEA") may not have laws which provide the same level of protection for personal information as those inside the EEA. However, if We process your personal information on servers or use third party service providers based in such territories, We will endeavour to ensure that your personal information is afforded the same level of protection as in the EEA. By visiting the Website and communicating electronically with Us, you acknowledge Our processing of personal information in this way. We do not currently use servers located outside the EEA and will update you if this should ever change.