Privacy Policy

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.

  1. For the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (enforced from 25th
    May 2018), Your Natural Birth is the data controller/ processor.
  2. 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.
  3. The basic personal information constitutes: name, date of birth, address, contact
    telephone, and email address. Other special categories information: Medical information- if shared.
  4. Your Natural Birth will ensure that the information held by its clients is accurate and up-to-date.
  5. 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.
  6. Your Natural Birth will not share your details with other organisations for the purposes of direct marketing or fundraising.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
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