Attitude Men’s Hair
This notice provides you with information concerning our collection and use of personal data. If you have any queries regarding this statement, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Necessary to contract
We collect, control and process your personal information because this is necessary to provide you with information, answer any queries you may have and for the provision of our services to you. We will process your data as outlined below in order to advise & arrange appointments for hair services. Our services are fully outlined on our website and extend to include ongoing updates, for example, contact when an appointment may be due.
Consent for processing of sensitive data
We may also request or process sensitive personal data, but only if it relates specifically to the services you wish us to provide.
Sensitive personal data:
- Skin/scalp conditions
- Data concerning health
We would discuss with you the need for the provision of sensitive data before you provide this information. The subsequent provision of sensitive personal data will be taken as consent to this processing.
It is entirely up to you as to whether or not you choose to provide us with any personal information. If you choose not to, we simply may not be able to assist you.
On occasion we may communicate with you if you have given us your contact details in order to make you aware of beneficial new products and services. For example, if we have been are unable to fulfill an appointment or something similar; then we may contact you to re-arrange and advise you. We may also send you updates on this basis that are useful or beneficial to your business.
Consent to marketing
We will only send you marketing information if you have given informed consent for us to do this unless it is information that we consider to be covered by legitimate interests.
Visiting our website
Completing our contact forms.
When you make an initial enquiry/contact we will collect and process the data you provide. Your data is protected by a secure socket layer provided by Heart Internetand it will be passed to our email hosted by Linux Server.
Calling our business line
If you leave a message on our answering service this will be processed for us.
Doing business with us
In order to communicate with you about our services we will initially require your contact details including personal email addresses.
When we undertake services we will record and store your personal data without systems. Details of the third party processors and controllers with whom we share data are listed below.
Working for us
Employee personal data is also stored on our systems and shared in order to facilitate salary payments and to meet regulatory and operational requirements.
Sharing your data
In order to fulfill our obligations under any contract for services we will need to share your data with third party Data Controllers and Data Processors.
This will include
- Product & service providers in relation to hair products and equipment.
- Our compliance monitoring services.
- The Financial Ombudsman Service.
- Any other regulators where so required.
- Book keeping, accounting and reconciliation services
We also use external Data Processors that will hold information for the following purposes:
- Secure file sharing
- Data backup
- Dissemination of information
- Client management
All external processors are only permitted to process your data in line with our instructions.
|Processor||Type of processing & data|
|Heart Internet||Provides a secure socket layer to protect the information you provide in our web form. Provider of our website & email hosting; personal data is processed for calendar, contact and email synchronisation.|
|Xero||We use accounting software to process payroll and staff information.|
|Woocommerce/Paypal||Software we use to sell products, maintain records of your information pertinent to our relationship with you.|
|Shortcuts||Software we use to book appointments online, maintain records of your information pertinent to our relationship with you.|
In all cases we seek to minimize the amount of personal data shared and in some cases anonomise this. It is essential, however, that we can identify you quickly and easily so information shared may be identifiable as your personal data.
We will not share your personal information in any other circumstances than those necessary for the provision of service to you or where we are required to do so by law.
Otherwise we will not share your personal information with other companies without your express authority except if the firm is sold or where we are required to do so by law.
The information we collect about you is used solely for the purposes for which it was provided. We will never share your data for marketing purposes.
Under data protection law you have the right to ask us for a copy of the information we hold about you, and to have any inaccuracies corrected or removed. You may also ask us to delete all personal data held by us or any controller or processor with which we have shared your data.
To do this, please either contact us in writing, by telephone or email.
For any queries about data protection please contact:
|Contact name||Ian Harrold|
|Address||66 Rose Lane Liverpool L18 5ED|
|Telephone||+44 (0151) 724 5277|
Where we store your Personal Data
All the data that we collect is stored on our local servers at our UK office, or by our webhosting company, Shortcuts or with our listed processors under contract normally within the EU. Where data is stored outside the EU we ensure that this is in an adequate jurisdiction and protected; data stored in the US is with providers signed up to the EU-US Privacy Shield.
IP Addresses and Cookies
(A cookie is a piece of information that is stored on your computer’s hard drive which records how you have used a website. This means that when you go back to that website, it can give you tailored options based on the information it has stored about your last visit.)
Ones that are essential to the operation of the website. These cookies enable a site to remember text entered in a page within the same session or to remember whether a user is logged in or not, the site cannot function without them.
Performance cookies, which collect information about website usage to enhance the web experience. Examples of these include website analytics (i.e. Google Analytics) and ad-response rates (where data is collected exclusively for calculating click-through rates). They don’t collect information that can identify a particular visitor. These cookies are usually persistent and have fairly long expiry rates.
These remember the choices that users make within a web page, such as usernames, language or region to provide an enhanced, more personalised web experience. They cannot track your activity on other websites and are anonymous.
Targeting or advertising cookies collect information about your browsing habits to tailor third-party advertising to meet your interests. They are usually placed by advertisers with website operators’ permission. We do not use this type of cookie.