Clients of Your Natural Birth
Data Protection Policy
Personal data is collected and held by Your Natural Birth about its client. This is
with the agreement of each individual.
- For the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (enforced from 25th
May 2018), Your Natural Birth is the data controller/ processor.
- Your Natural Birth collects and maintains some basic personal information in order to keep and maintain a current register, communicate with its clients and to remain operational. Your Natural Birth will ensure that this is done lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner and with your explicit consent only.
- The basic personal information constitutes: name, date of birth, address, contact
telephone, and email address. Other special categories information: Medical information- if shared.
- Your Natural Birth will ensure that the information held by its clients is accurate and up-to-date.
- All information held about clients is kept secure (online/ in paper files) and
treated in the strictest confidence. Your personal information will be made
available for inspection by you in accordance with the provisions of GDPR.
- Your Natural Birth will not share your details with other organisations for the purposes of direct marketing or fundraising.
- Your Natural Birth may share your details with third parties where absolutely necessary, such as the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth and the Bradley Method® for statistical purposes.
- Where you provide a personal email address and/or telephone number you agree that this can be used by Your Natural Birth to communicate relevant information with you.
- Your acceptance of becoming a client of Your Natural Birth constitutes your consent to Your Natural Birth maintaining records in relation to your attendance at classes, your subscriptions, contact and emergency contact details (includes: telephone, mobile phone and email), medical information (if shared).
All Your Natural Birth clients and enquirers have:
- The right of access to his/her personal data through written
- The right to correct inaccurate personal data.
- The right in certain cases to have personal data removed through written request.
- The right to withdraw consent.