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Online Privacy Notice
Policy Updated June 2022
1.2 This site is owned by Colecraft Engineering Ltd whose Registered office is situated at Southam Road, Long Itchington, Rugby, Warwickshire. CV47 9QL
1.3 Our Company registration number is 01186450. We are the ‘data controller’ of any personal information you provide to us.
1.4 We are registered as a Data controller with the Information Commissioners Office our registration number is: ZA 528418
1.5 We have appointed a Data Manager who is Mr Gary Cole.
1.6 You can contact our Data Manager at our postal address given above or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries regarding this policy.
1.7 As a Data Controller, we will take all the necessary steps to comply with the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 and relevant legislation when handling any personal data which you may provide to us.
We are responsible for ensuring that data is processed:
1.7.1 Fairly and lawfully processed
1.7.2 Processed for limited purposes
1.7.3 Adequate, relevant and not excessive
1.7.4 Accurate and Secure;
1.7.5 Not kept longer than necessary
1.7.6 Processed in accordance with your rights
1.7.7 Not transferred to countries outside the UK without safeguards.
1.7.8 Processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data.
1.9 Use of Third Party Computer Applications for Video conferencing: Where we engage with you Online using a Video Conferencing Application the lawful basis will be our Legitimate Interests and the following will apply:
1.9.1 All participants in Video conferencing will be given specific log in details.
1.9.3 As Data Controller we will manage the Personal Data shared by participants and restrict or control access as necessary for the security of other participants and to prevent cyber security issues such as Phishing.
1.9.4 Password access will be controlled by the Moderator and individual passwords issued where an increased risk is perceived such as large groups or public access.
184.108.40.206 To facilitate efficient business video and telecommunications.
220.127.116.11 To protect the safety of our employees and participants on the call from unnecessary real world travelling.
18.104.22.168 To support our primary business objectives.
1.10 Please Note: This Online Privacy information is a precis of our detailed written policies which are held at our business premises. Please contact our Data Contact if you require further information regarding our data protection compliance procedures.
2. Our Privacy Notice and Data Protection policies:
2.1 We are committed to protecting your personal data privacy and, in accordance with relevant data protection laws, we uphold strict security procedures for the collection, storage, use and disclosure of your personal information.
2.2 We have described below the personal information we may gather about you, the purposes we will hold it for and the limited categories of people to whom we may disclose it.
3. What information do we collect and how may we use it?
3.1 During your visit to our site, we will only collect personal information that you choose to provide. If, for example, you contact us with an enquiry or request us to provide you with further information.
3.2 If you share other people’s data with us, for example if you refer business to us on behalf of another, you will need to check you have lawful authority to do so. E.G. The other party has consented to you providing us with their information. In such a case you are responsible for ensuring the transmission to us of the information is lawful and we may ask you for documentary evidence of this.
3.3 The other types of data we may collect from you includes the following:
3.3.1 Identity data: name, username, title, date of birth. Contact data: billing and delivery address, email address, phone number.
3.3.2 Financial data: payment card details (processed by a third-party payment services provider and not stored by us).
3.3.3 Transaction data: details of products purchased, amounts, dates etc.
3.3.4 Technical data: IP address, login data, browser type and version, time zone setting and location, browser plug-in types and versions, operating system and platform.
3.3.5 Profile data: username and password, purchases or orders made by users.
3.3.6 Usage data: information about how users use our website, products and services.
3.3.7 Marketing and communications data: record of Website users preferences in receiving marketing from us about the products we sell.
4. We may use the information you provide us with in the following ways:
4.1 To administer any account you have with us.
4.2 To perform our contractual obligations to you.
4.3 To respond to your queries and requests.
4.4 To communicate with you.
4.5 To ensure that the content of our site is presented in the most effective manner.
4.6 To provide you with any information, products and/or services requested from us.
4.7 To provide you with helpful information about our products or services.
4.9 We also reserve the right to disclose your personal information where we are required to do so by law, such as to assist in any disputes, claims or investigations relating to your account or contracts with us and to detect and prevent fraudulent transactions.
4.10 E-mail correspondence with us via our website and email addresses accessible through or obtained from this site may be recorded and/or monitored.
5. How do we store and protect your data?
5.1 We have robust information security management systems in place to protect your personal data. We take the security of your information seriously and have implemented appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect it against any unauthorised or unlawful processing and against any accidental loss, destruction, or damage.
5.2 Data we receive and process is held by us in secure electronic devices and separate back up devices and servers.
5.3 Personal Data may also be held in encrypted 3rd party ‘Cloud’ Servers.
5.4 Further encrypted back ups of data may be held securely in offsite locations which are also subject to physical security at their location.
5.5 We will not sell, rent or otherwise disclose the personal information you provide to us through the site to third parties (other than as listed below) unless we are required to do so by law.
5.6 The Main Establishment for all of our Data Processing is the UK. We do not generally operate or transfer Personal Data outside of the United Kingdom.
5.7 Due to the operation of the Internet and other computer based applications Personal Data under our control may transit countries outside of the UK.
5.8 We will only transfer data outside the UK if adequate safeguards are in place in the destination country.
5.9 Where Personal Data is transferred to a third country or an international organisation we will ensure that an adequacy decision or similar authority exists between the UK and the relevant country or area.
5.10 Where no adequacy decision exists and we rely on the provisions of Standard Contractual Clauses or Binding Corporate Rules evidence of the safeguards provided thereby will be available upon request.
6. Third parties who provide services on our behalf
6.1 We may share your personal information with certain third parties who provide services on our behalf.
6.2 Such 3rd Parties only have access to the personal information they need to perform those services.
6.3 Such 3rd parties are bound by contractual arrangements with Ourselves in accordance with Data Protection legislation and are required to keep your personal information secure and confidential. They may only use it as permitted by us in accordance with our Privacy Policies.
6.4 If you have contracted with us we will share data only to the extent necessary for the performance of the contract, otherwise we will obtain specific additional consent from you before sharing your data.
6.5 The third parties who provide services on our behalf fall into the following categories:
6.5.1 Our partners providing logistics and external service support.
6.5.2 Our business partners or advisors for the purposes of completing a contract with you.
6.5.3 Marketing agencies appointed to provide services to us.
6.5.4 The service providers operating this site on our behalf.
6.5.5 Accountants, auditors, law firms, payment processors, information technology support providers.
6.5.6 Advertising services, analytics services, Computer Application and Software providers.
7. How long do we store your data?
7.1 We will not keep your data for longer than is necessary for the relevant purposes set out in this Privacy Notice and our Company Compliance Policies.
7.2 Where you have purchased a product or service from us, we will hold your relevant personal details to enable us to administer the contract and provide such after-sales services as may be required.
7.3 Speculative enquiries for information, the data will be retained for 12 months, unless the Consent is rescinded, in case of a follow up enquiry. E.g. Website enquiries.
7.4 We also store personal data in line with Regulatory and legal requirements in accordance with the law.
8. Your Rights
8.1 Under the UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) and The Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA) you have a number of rights with regard to your personal data. To exercise any of your rights contact our Data Contact using the details given above.
8.2 You have the right to request from us access to and rectification or erasure of your personal data; the right to restrict processing; the right to object to processing as well as in certain circumstances the right to data portability as below.
8.3 In the event that you provide your data directly to us for the purpose of a contract, or in circumstances where you have provided your data by consent, you have the right to be provided with your data in a structured, machine-readable format. This is known as Data Portability.
8.4 Following a request relating to Data Portability we will transmit the relevant personal data to the data subject or their nominated data controller where it is possible and technically feasible for us to do so.
8.5 Where you have provided your data voluntarily by Consent you have the right to withdraw your Consent at any time. However, withdrawal of Consent does not affect the lawfulness of any processing of your data based on your Consent prior to its withdrawal.
8.6 You have the right to complain to the Data Regulator at the Information Commissioners Office on 0303 123 1113 or through their website www.ico.org.uk.
8.7 Where we need to process data for the purposes of entering into a Contract with you, if you fail to provide such data it may mean that we cannot establish legal relations between us and the contract may not be able to go ahead. We will inform you if this happens.
8.8 Automated decision making and profiling means making decisions without human intervention, usually with the use of a computer program or software. We do not use automated decision making software.
8.9 Please note we will retain and use your personal information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements. If we need to use your data for a reason it was not collected and you are not aware of this, we will inform you and in appropriate cases obtain your further consent to such use.
8.10 If we process data about you but we have not obtained the data personally from you, we must provide you with the information described in this Privacy Notice and some additional information.
8.11 The additional information will be provided to you at least by the time we contact you and in any event within the space of one month after we obtain it.
8.12 If the processing is based on Legitimate Interests, you are entitled to know what and whose Legitimate Interests they are.
8.13 You are entitled to know the purpose of the processing, whether we or someone else is processing it and the categories of Personal Data involved.
8.14 You are entitled to know the source of the information and whether the source is publicly accessible.
8.15 There are some exceptions to this additional information rule. If we obtain your Personal Data from a source other than yourself, the additional information rules will apply unless:-
8.15.1 You already have the information regarding our processing; or
8.15.2 it would take a disproportionate effort or be impossible to provide you with it; or
8.15.3 you are already legally protected under separate provisions; or
8.15.4 we have a legal duty not to disclose it.
8.16 We use the lawful basis of Legitimate Interests for processing data in the following circumstances:
8.16.1. When processing data using Video Conferencing software.
8.16.2. When processing data for previous building of Vessels
9. Lawful bases for data processing
9.1 We hold and process your data by lawfully allowed means, these include:
9.1.1 Your Consent: Consent is usually given by yourself when you contact us via this Website or personally when we discuss products or advice with you.
9.1.2 Contractual obligations: This occurs when you purchase products or services from us.
9.1.3 Legal Obligation: When the processing is necessary for us to comply with the Law.
9.1.4 Vital Interests: When the processing is necessary to protect someone's life.
9.1.5 Public Task: When the processing is necessary for us to perform a task in the public interest or for an official function and the task or function has a clear basis in Law.
9.1.6 Legitimate Interests: When the processing is necessary for our legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of a third party unless there is a good reason to protect the individual’s personal data which overrides those legitimate interests.
N.B. Legitimate Interests can only be used following the application of the prescribed three part Legitimate Interests Assessment Test and then only when a positive outcome is indicated by the conclusions of the test. All Legitimate Interests Assessment Tests will be documented, recorded and retained.
10. Children’s data
10.1 Our site is not directed at children and should not be accessed by them.
10.2 We will not knowingly collect information from persons under 13 years of age without their parent's or guardian's consent.
10.3 If a Parent or Guardian of a person under 13 years of age discovers their child has engaged with our Website without their consent, please inform us immediately using the contact email provided above.
10.4 We have considered the elements of the AADC (Children’s code) in relation to our Online activity and concluded that we are not a relevant Information Society Service which is likely to be accessed by children.
10.5 There is nothing on our Website which could be damaging to children who view the pages or the pictures.
10.6 The products on our Website are only available and relevant to adults over the age of 18 years.
10.7 We protect the rights of the child in accordance with the UNCRC and the AADC by only allowing adults to buy or sell products and services with us.
11. Third Party Websites
11.1 From time to time our site may contain links to and from the websites of our suppliers or other third party sites.
11.2 If you visit any of these sites you should confirm they have their own privacy policies and you should check these before submitting any personal data on their site. We cannot accept any responsibility or liability for the policies on any other Websites.
12 Data Access
12.1 You have rights of access to the data we hold about you. Should you wish to exercise these rights please contact our Data Contact whose details are given above.
12.2 There is usually no charge for the Data Access service. As soon as we are satisfied as to your identity, we will send you, without delay and in any case within one Month, the Personal Data we hold relating to you, which we are legally obliged to provide.
12.3 In the event we need more time to gather the requested information we will let you know without delay and in any event within one month.
12.4 A fee may be payable for Data Access services if the request(s) are manifestly unfounded or excessive or repetitive in nature. Alternatively, we may choose to ignore this type of request. In these cases we will inform you of our decision and if applicable any fee that may be required.
12.5 Please contact us if you believe that any personal data or information which we hold about you is incorrect or incomplete. Any information or data which is found to be incorrect will be corrected as soon as practicable.
12.6 Please contact us if you wish to have your personal data removed entirely from our systems. As soon as we are satisfied as to your identity and the data is not required to be kept for any other lawful reason or purpose it will be removed from our systems forthwith.
12.7 If you so wish, your Data will be provided to you electronically in a commonly used format such as email.
12.8 If you are unhappy with any of the responses given to you by us you may complain about us to the regulator at the Information Commissioners Office on 0303 123 1113 or through their website www.ico.org.uk.
13. Business Transfer or Sale
13.2 It may be necessary to transfer your data to a Company that is negotiating with us for the purchase of our business but only where it is necessary to evaluate the business purchase transaction.
13.3 In the case of a pre-sale transfer of personal data, the data would be kept safe during the negotiations and destroyed by the third party if the sale or merger did not go ahead.
14.1 We understand the pervasive effect of Data Protection considerations across all aspects of business and wish to create a Culture of Compliance by design within our Organisation.
14.1 Consequently, we have made assessments regarding certain other Regulatory areas which require data protection scrutiny to determine whether they affect our Organisation.
14.2 Anti-Money Laundering
14.2.1 We have assessed our responsibilities under the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017 (The Regulations) as follows:
14.2.2. We are not a Regulated Organisation registered with HMRC or The FCA.
14.2.3. We are not an exempted Organisation under Article 15 of The Regulations.
14.2.4 We are not an Organisation described in Article 8(2)a–8(2)k of The Regulations.
14.2.5 We are not required to engage a Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO).
14.2.6 We do not receive payments for goods in cash generally and specifically we will not accept payments in cash in excess of €10,000 either paid directly to us or into a bank account controlled by us.
14.3 Modern Slavery
14.3.1 We have assessed our responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (The Act) as follows:
14.3.2 We fully support the aims and objectives of The Act.
14.3.3 We are not required to publish a Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking statement under Section 54 of The Act.
14.3.4 During recruitment of our staff we ensure adherence to all regulations including the proof of right to work in the UK requirement.
14.3.5 We remain vigilant for evidence of Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking within our organisation and supply chains and maintain a zero tolerance policy towards such activity.
15 Changes to this policy.
15.1 There may be developments in how we use your data according to changes in the Law.
15.3 Any revised terms shall take effect as at the date of posting.
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Incorporating the Voluntary Code of Practice
Valid from 1st July 2021
a) In this Membership Agreement the words listed below shall have the following meanings unless the context otherwise requires:
"The Programme" - means The Transition Law S.H.I.E.L.D. Membership Programme which is a Trading Style of Transition Law.
"Membership" - means the period of time, usually 12 months, that a Member remains approved and each subsequent consecutive period of 12 months during the period of this Agreement.
"The Member" - means the individual or business who has been approved for Membership during the period of their Membership.
“Member in good standing” – means a Member who has complied with any additional updating as required by Law or the S.H.I.E.L.D. programme management since the start of their Membership.
"Member Benefits" - means a list of services offered to members without charge during the period of their Membership.
"The S.H.I.E.L.D. Website" - means the website and webspace allocated to the URL or other URL as decided from time to time by the Management of the Organisation.
"The ICO" - means the UK Information Commissioners Office.
"Mini Audit" - means a consultation with a legal adviser approved by the S.H.I.E.L.D. Membership programme to determine the need for any updates or remedial work within the members business protocols prior to renewal of membership.
b) Where the context so admits the singular shall include the plural and the masculine gender shall include the feminine, and in each case vice versa.
c) References in this Agreement to any statute shall include any statute or statutory provision which amends, extends, consolidates or replaces it from time to time.
d) Each Member agrees that nothing in these Terms and Conditions of Membership shall give the Member any rights in respect of any logos trade names or trademarks used by Transition Law or Transition Law S.H.I.E.L.D. beyond their approved use during the term of membership.
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2) Voluntary Code of Practice
Each Member agrees to abide by 'The S.H.I.E.L.D. Voluntary Code of Practice' as follows:
a) During the 12 (twelve) months of their S.H.I.E.L.D. Membership each Member agrees that they will ensure their business conforms the S.H.I.E.L.D. Voluntary Code of Practice which is contained within Clauses 2(a) - 2(n) of this agreement.
b) Each Member will maintain the Data Processing practices of their business up to date and in good order and comply with the prevailing Data Protection Regulations.
c) Each Member agrees and understands S.H.I.E.L.D. Membership is granted to those businesses who wish to act in a compliant manner. Membership will be suspended or refused if not already granted to any Member or prospective Member who the Officers of the programme know or suspect does not intend to maintain compliant practices within their business.
d) Members must adhere to both the letter and the spirit of the Law.
e) Each Member agrees to do nothing to bring the good name of Transition Law S.H.I.E.L.D. into disrepute and specifically they will notify the Programme management if they become the subject of Enforcement Action or investigation by the
Information Commissioners Office. (ICO)
Transparency in Dealings
f) Marketing: Each Member agrees to maintain transparency in their Data Protection dealings with Members of the Public and other Businesses. Members will particularly ensure their Marketing activity follows the various Data Protection Laws and Regulations.
g) Legitimate Interests: Each Member agrees to maintain transparency in their Data Protection dealings with Members of the Public and other Businesses such that prior to using the Lawful Basis of Legitimate Interest they will ensure they have carried out and recorded in writing a satisfactory Legitimate Interest Assessment for the relevant activity.
h) Subject Access Requests: Each Member agrees to maintain transparency in their Data Protection dealings with Members of the Public and other Businesses they will conduct a policy of responding urgently to any Subject Access Requests and in any event within the prescribed timescale and record in writing their response in line with
the Data Protection Regulations.
i) Data Breach: Each Member agrees to maintain transparency in their Data Protection dealings with Members of the Public and other Businesses they will conduct a policy of responding urgently to any suspected Data Breaches and in any event within the prescribed timescale and record in writing their response in line with the Data Protection Regulations.
j) Staff Training: Each Member agrees that to help generate a culture of compliance and awareness, where staff are employed within their Organisation they will conduct and record satisfactory staff Data Protection training suitable to their business type and size.
k) Acting with Integrity: Each Member agrees they will not represent themselves to their Consumers, the General Public or their Suppliers as a compliant business for data protection if they have reasonable grounds to believe that they are not or are no longer compliant under the Regulations.
Promotion of Membership
l) Each Member agrees to promote their Membership of S.H.I.E.L.D. in a positive way to demonstrate their adherence to this Code of Practice and indicate their support for the application of Data protection Law in the wider business community.
m) Each Member will be issued with the latest version of the S.H.I.E.L.D. programme logo and a unique link to the S.H.I.E.L.D. Website. It is an express term of this code of practice that Members will use the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo and link on their approved Website(s). The logo may also be used on emails and business paperwork if desired.
n) Each Member agrees they will use the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo only in relation to promoting their business activity by demonstrating their Data Protection Protocols, in a manner which consistent with the aims of this voluntary Code of Conduct.
3) Commencement of Membership
a) Each Member agrees their membership shall last for a period of 12 months. Renewed thereafter by agreement of the parties for further and subsequent periods of 12 months.
b) Each Member agrees their membership shall only commence when both of the following activities are complete.
i) The Member's business has been successfully assessed by an authorised S.H.I.E.L.D. assessor and;
ii) The Member has completed and returned a signed copy of the GDPR Installation Checklist & S.H.I.E.L.D. Application Form.
c) Each Member understands that acceptance for Membership of the S.H.I.E.L.D. programme does not imply, warrant or guarantee in any way that their business practices are compliant with GDPR or any other Data Protection statute, Regulation or other Law and no culpability or responsibility rests or can be brought to rest in Law with the S.H.I.E.L.D. programme, its Officers or agents.
4) Renewal of Membership
a) Each Member agrees it is the individual Members responsibility to apply for renewal of their Membership prior to its expiry date in writing and accept that continued membership will be subject to confirmation that the member is currently compliant with the prevailing Data Protection Laws which apply to their business.
b) Each member agrees that renewal of membership shall be subject to conducting a 'Mini Audit' consultation with an approved S.H.I.E.L.D. programme legal adviser and the satisfactory conclusion of any compliance remedial work as determined by the 'Mini Audit' consultation.
c) Each member agrees that if their membership expires or renewal of membership is denied due to non compliance their Website page shall be annotated 'MEMBERSHIP EXPIRED - SHIELD INVALID' until such time as they become compliant again or 12 months has expired after which time the entry will be deleted.
5) Free Member Benefits
a) Each member during the period of their Membership is entitled to a number of specific member benefits. The benefits are determined by the management of the programme having negotiated them with professional providers.
b) The member benefits will be advertised as such from time to time and will usually be in place for at least one calendar year. The benefits may be changed without notice. As and when alterations are made to the benefits these Terms and Conditions will be updated accordingly.
c) Member Benefits may be used once per event, incident or query. Currently the Member Benefits are as follows:
i) Telephone Advice Helpline - Up to 15 Minutes conversation regarding Data Protection matters with a S.H.I.E.L.D. telephone adviser.
ii) Compliant Marketing advice - Up to 15 Minutes conversation regarding Data Protection Marketing with a S.H.I.E.L.D. telephone adviser.
iii) Subject Access Request Advice - Up to 15 Minutes conversation regarding Subject Access Requests with a S.H.I.E.L.D. telephone adviser.
iv) Data Breach Response Advice - Up to 15 Minutes conversation regarding Data Breach issues with a S.H.I.E.L.D. telephone adviser.
v) Supplier Audit assistance - Up to 15 Minutes conversation regarding Auditing Suppliers with a S.H.I.E.L.D. telephone adviser.
vi) Competitors Compliance check - 15 Minutes work and opinion regarding a Company's Compliance by a S.H.I.E.L.D. telephone adviser.
vii) One Annual ‘Mini Audit’ telephone consultation to discuss relevant update(s) to the Regulations applicable to the members business.
d) On termination or suspension of Membership the Member Benefits will cease to be made available to the relevant Member.
6) Termination of Membership
a) Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving one month’s notice in writing to the other party.
b) In the event of a voluntary termination of this Agreement by the Member pursuant to clause 6(a) above the Member’s page will be deleted immediately.
c) Termination of this Agreement without notice may occur where the management and Officers of the S.H.I.E.L.D. programme know or reasonably suspect that a Member is in breach of these terms and conditions.
d) Upon termination of this Agreement the Member shall discontinue all use of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Programme Trade Marks and any intellectual property and refrain from using or referring to any of its logos, Trademarks or Business methodology in relation the Member's business.
7) The S.H.I.E.L.D Website
a) In return for demonstrating and maintaining their intention to abide by the S.H.I.E.L.D. Voluntary Code of Practice, each Member will be provided with a unique page on the Website containing their business details and current Membership status.
b) Access to the website is provided to Members and the Public without charge. Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the content of the Website is accurate and updated, we do not make any representations nor give any warranties of any kind (express or implied) with respect to the contents or operation of the Website and any such representations and warranties are expressly excluded.
c) The Website is made available on the basis that (except in respect of fraud or of death or personal injury caused by our negligence), all liability whatsoever for any losses, claims, actions or damage, whether direct or indirect, arising out of or in connection with your use of this website, or your reliance upon the contents of this website, are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law including but not limited to any liability for computer service or system failure, access delays or interruption, data non delivery or mis-delivery, computer viruses or other harmful components, breaches of security or unauthorised use of the system arising from “hacking” or otherwise.
d) The S.H.I.E.L.D. Programme does not warrant that use of the website will be uninterrupted and error free. If we discover any typographical, clerical or other error or omission in any page posted on the website then such error shall be subject (as soon as practicable) to correction or deletion (as appropriate) without any liability on our part.
e) The Programme reserves the right to make changes to the Website and these Terms and Conditions at any time without notice. It is the Member's responsibility to revisit the Website from time to time and in any event at least Annually, to review this notice. Any revised terms shall take effect as at the date of its posting on the Website.
8) Contact with S.H.I.E.L.D. Members
a) It is an express term of this agreement that all Members of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Program are entitled to contact S.H.I.E.L.D. Head Office by telephone for Legal Advice regarding Data Protection matters in accordance with Clause 4 of this Agreement.
b) Any additional legal work or visits to a Member's business premises requested by the Member will incur costs at the prevailing rate of fees.
c) Members of S.H.I.E.L.D. agree to be contacted by telephone and email regarding updates to Law and Procedures relating to Data Protection matters and any other matters which in the judgment of the management of the S.H.I.E.L.D. programme would bring value to the Member including Legal information, Notices and Articles regarding Legal Services and Business Protection.
9) Governing Law The content of this agreement, the use of the Website and any dispute arising out of the website and your relationship as a Member are governed by English law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts in every particular including interpretation. This agreement shall be deemed to have been made within England and Wales and the parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts. NB: If you have a query regarding Membership that is not addressed here, please contact the Programme Management by e-mailing them at
Colecraft Engineering Ltd, registered as a limited company in England and Wales under company number: 1186450.
Registered Company Address: Southam Rd, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 9QL