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Privacy Policy & Covid Policy

PRIVACY POLICY

Personal Data

DCD Rights is committed to protecting and safeguarding your personal data.  We collect data to operate efficiently and provide your business with a tailored experience. By accepting this Privacy Policy, you expressly consent to our use and disclosure of your personal information as further detailed in this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use.

We may collect, store and use the following kinds of personal data:

- Information about your computer and about your visits to and use of this website (including your IP address), geographical location,  length of visit and number of programmes viewed;

- Information that you provide to us for the purpose of registering with us (including your name, email address, job title, company);

- Information about your use of our website services, including information about: searches that you conduct, programmes you view;

- Any other information that you choose to send to us.

 

Cookie Policy

Cookies are requires in order for you to log in to our website.  You must accept these cookies to be able to make use of our website.

The type of cookies we employ is a session cookie. 

A session cookie is required to follow your progress through the website. It is essential to ensure that any information you enter or routes you take are remembered by the website. Without this cookie, every page you visited would treat you as a completely new visitor. This cookie does not identify you personally and is not linked to any other information we store about you.

 

Use Of Your Personal Data

Personal data submitted on this website will be used for the purposes specified in this Privacy Policy only.

In order to analyse your data we use a third party service, Google Analytics, whose servers are located outside the European Union, purely for the purposes of recording your viewing habits to allow our sales team to follow up with your interests and any other information that they think may be relevant to you and your business. Please see Google Analytics Privacy Policy here.

In addition, we may disclose your information if required by law for the purposes of any existing legal proceeding and fraud prevention. 

 

VIMEO

Occasionally, we may send to your registered email address links to the third party services Vimeo for the purposes of viewing pre-sale programmes, Vimeo's Privacy Policy can be found here.

 

Flipsnack

Occasionally, we may send to your registered email address links to PDF created by Flipsnack, which will log your IP address and geo-location only.  Flipsnack’s Privacy Policy can be found here.

 

Where Is Your Data?

Information that we collect will be stored and processed on our servers located in the United Kingdom. DCD Rights will never sell or rent your personal information to third parties for their marketing purposes.

If your account is inactive for a period of eighteen (18) months we will remove your account and delete your personal data from our website.

 

Policy Updates

DCD Rights may update this Privacy Policy from time-to-time by posting an updated version on our website. You should check this page occasionally to ensure you are happy with any future changes.

 

Contacting DCD

If you no longer wish to be a member of our website and wish to unsubscribe from any future correspondence or if you have any questions regarding this privacy notice, the way that we hold your data, or you wish to find out what data DCD Rights holds for you, then please email team@dcdrights.com

 

 

COVID POLICY

Introduction

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown is eased, we recognise that our company needs to return to normal operations where possible and adapt to new ways of working where required. This policy explains the changes to our working environment and new ways of working.

These adaptations have been informed by our COVID-19 risk assessment, the results and actions of which can be requested here.

We encourage you to let us know if you have any concerns, have identified any potential risks, or have any suggestions for further adaptations we can make - you can do this by emailing Lisa Hale.

 

In advance of your return

Using the office is by no means mandatory in any way, and if you have long distances to travel this is impractical and not expected.  If, however, you would like to return to the office to work then we are making this possible provided that, you have a safe way to travel to the office that you are comfortable with and that you have registered your days with Lisa Hale, to avoid overcrowding in the office.

Lisa will be keeping a register of the days that you attend, so please advise with at least 24 hours’ notice if you wish to attend the office, so that we can ensure safe working conditions and avoid the potential for overcrowding. We will be limiting the number of people in the office to 6 at a time.

With the above in mind the office shall be open initially on Tuesdays and Thursdays from the 22nd September 2020.

Workers with serious underlying health conditions who have been advised to shield against coronavirus should continue to do so for the duration of their shielding period. Workers in other vulnerable groups, such as pregnant workers and those aged 70 or over, should work from home.

 

If you, or someone you have been in contact with, has coronavirus symptoms

It is absolutely essential that if you, or anyone you live with, develops a:

- Fever, particularly a high temperature (ie a temperature of 37.8 degrees or over);

- Continuous cough; or

- Loss of sense of taste or smell,

you do not attend work and self-isolate in accordance with the Government's guidance.

Anyone with symptoms should arrange to have a test to see if they have COVID-19 - see here for more information on how to get tested.

You should also not attend work and self-isolate if the NHS "test and trace" service alerts you that you have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for coronavirus - see here for more information on what happens if NHS test and trace service contacts you.

In line with our sickness absence reporting procedure, you should notify Lisa Hale by email or text message before you are due to start work, or as soon as possible if that is not practical.

 

Travel to and from work

We encourage workers to minimise their use of public transport, including by walking or cycling where possible.

Where you need to use public transport, please think about social distancing, where possible keeping your distance from others and avoiding touching surfaces and avoiding peak travel. You must follow the Government's rules on wearing a face covering on public transport.

Workers using public transport may find it helpful to refer to the Government's guidance here and here.

You should wash your hands thoroughly when you arrive at work, using the handwashing facilities or hand sanitisers provided. You should also wash your hands thoroughly as soon as you get home from work.

 

Hygiene and cleanliness

General measures

To reduce the risk of infection spread, we have introduced the following measures:

- Cleaning of the office at the end of the days the office is occupied, currently Tuesdays and Thursdays.

- Soap dispensers, hand sanitizer and hand towels to be regularly filled and monitored. If you notice that they are running low, please do restock, all new stock shall be stored in the cupboard located in the Ladies toilet.  Men shall be allowed to access provided that they knock first.

- Anti-bacterial wipes to be made available to staff in the Kitchen.

- Having signage and posters to provide regular reminders to workers to maintain hygiene standards.

- Removing waste and belongings from the work area at the end of the day.

- Please do not leave personal items at work.

Playing your part

While we are taking these stringent additional measures, we would like to remind you to play your part by:

- Washing your hands often and thoroughly;

- Avoiding touching your face, particularly your eyes, nose and mouth; and

- Coughing or sneezing into a tissue, and binning it safely, or into your arm if a tissue is not available.

 

Social distancing measures

General measures

While at work, you must maintain social distancing wherever possible. To assist with social distancing, we have introduced the following measures:

- Spacing workstations out to allow 2 meters between members of staff in attendance.

- You should continue to practice social distancing in common areas, including at workplace entrances and exits and using the lifts. 

- Only one (1) person at a time should use the toilet and only one (1) person should use the kitchen.

- Only make your own food and drink and do not share with others.

Meetings

As part of our social-distancing measures, workers should conduct meetings remotely where possible. When physical meetings are necessary:

- Only essential participants should attend the meeting.

- Meetings should be kept as short as possible.

- Social distancing should be maintained throughout.

- Objects such as stationary should not be shared.

- Meetings should be held in management offices, where a window can be opened.

 

Visitors

To reduce the risk of infection spread, we have introduced the following measures:

- Front door should be shut at all times and delivery couriers met at the door with no contact.  No personal deliveries to be made during this time.

- At this time there will be no external meetings or visitors to the office.

 

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Our approach to additional PPE

In line with our COVID-19 risk assessment, the use of additional PPE (such as face masks) is not required.

Face coverings

The use of a face covering (which is not considered PPE) is a matter of individual choice. If you choose to use a face covering, you must follow the Government's advice here. This advice includes that you:

- Wash your hands thoroughly before putting a face covering on and after removing it.

- Change your face covering if it becomes damp or if you have touched it.

- Change and wash your face covering daily.

The use of a face covering is not a replacement for observing our social distancing guidelines.