DHP Research & Consultancy Limited is committed to complying with the Data Protection act 1998 which governs the way we collect, use, protect and disclose personal information.
Collection of your personal information
When reasonable and practical, we will collect information about you directly or may request personal details such as your name, address, telephone number or email address.
Use of your personal information
Your personal information will not be used for any purpose other than for which it was requested.
Disclosure of your personal information
DHP Research & Consultancy Limited will not give or sell your personal information to other organisations or persons without your permission.
Storage and security of your personal information
DHP Research & Consultancy Limited will take all reasonable precautions to ensure that all information relating to you is protected from unauthorised access, loss, misuse, disclosure or alteration.
Access to your personal information
DHP Research & Consultancy Limited will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any personal information that we hold about you is correct. You may contact us at any time and request the information is corrected or deleted.
- All online research will be undertaken by DHP Research & Consultancy Ltd www.dhpresearch.com
- DHP Research & consultancy Ltd will provide for each research project information about the identity of the client, unless there are good reasons for not providing this information.
- In all circumstances identities of individual respondents taking part in the research and their answers will be treated as confidential and will be used only for the research unless the respondent expressly requests or permits disclosure to a third party for other purposes.
- DHP Research & Consultancy Ltd will not mislead the respondent when undertaking the research.
- The respondent's co-operation is Voluntary at all times and no personal information is sought from, or about the respondent without prior knowledge and agreement.
- Withdrawal – The respondent is entitled at any stage of the research, or subsequently, to ask that part or all of the record of the research be destroyed or deleted.
- Cookies & invisible processing – In accordance with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, cookies or similar devices shall not be used.
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