CHT is committed to the protection of your rights and privacy under the GDPR regulations in force in May 2018.
Under the law, we are permitted to use personal information outside of CHT operational business to:
* Fulfil a contract with said party
*To fulfil legal obligations
*In legitimate interests (within the charitable objectives of the Trust and with prior notice to the parties concerned.
Any information collected on this website or through any of our communication channels will only be used for the purposes of responding to queries, notification of forthcoming events and activities or for statistical analysis of website use. This analysis will be used to develop the website and services provided. No details of users will be passed to any third parties. We will only retain information relating to staff, volunteers and Trustees; such records relating to questions or enquiries / complaints which are ongoing, and financial records relating to contracts and operational management of the Trust.
Data may present in emails, records of meetings, surveys, social networks, government agency documents.
Data will not be gathered regarding:
Religious or ethnic background, union membership or political affiliation, genetic or bio-metric information, health or gender, criminal offences and conviction, National identifiers unless an individual is a member of staff, volunteer or Trustee.