SMART PLAY NETWORK'S PRIVACY STATEMENT
Smart Play Network (“we”) provide services to you which means we need to get, keep and process data relating to you. We may get this data directly from you or from somebody else (e.g. an ex employer or from a professional that has referred you with your permission to us). We only hold the minimum amount of data in order for our organisation to be effective in supporting you or others. We have a separate data retention policy that details how long we retain your data, which if you want to know more about this please contact the Operations Manager (Strategic). For most people, the data we hold is very little.
We get, keep and process this data as part of our legitimate interests, such as being able to communicate our services to you, or connect you with others that we think you would be interested in connecting with.
Our commitment with regards to your data;
In relation to our members
We will hold data provided by you in relation to your projects / services or the work you are involved in.
We will use this data to communicate with you on topics that we think will help and support your work. This will include regular newsletters and information on upcoming events and resources.
We will not pass your data on to any third party. As part of our services, we will if requested or with your agreement, share information about your activities amongst our network of members.
In relation to service users (children and families using our projects)
Our Place and Space
We record our volunteers name, postal address, email address, telephone number and emergency contact information. We will only use the emergency contact information if there is an incident or accident.
We ask our local partners for their telephone number and email address in order to contact them about the project work.
We will keep information on the adult and child(ren) that attend any sessions and their telephone number.
We ask individuals who attend our training sessions to provide an email address when completing the feedback forms. These details are used to gather follow up feedback on the impact of the service.
We ask visitors to PlayTalkRead to fill in a survey, which asks for your postcode and your email address. These details are used for monitoring the effectiveness of our delivery and to gather follow up feedback on the impact of the service.
On our sensory and community outreach tours, we may ask you for additional information such as name of parent, name of child, the additional support needs of the child and /or parent, medical condition, age of child, postcode and emergency contact details including phone number. This will be used to tailor our service to your needs, develop appropriate activities, and contact a parent / carer in case of an emergency.
We ask our local partners who deliver resource bags to families on our behalf, to obtain consent from families to share their phone number for a text survey and the postcode of where they deliver packs to.
Play Plus Toy Library
We record contact details including names, email address, telephone number and home addresses of adult(s), and first name of child(ren), gender and date of birth that join our toy library as a member.
We will keep information on the name of the child, their address, and a name and contact number for an emergency contact. We will only use this if there is an incident or accident at our session.
In relation to our trainees
We record contact details including names, email address, telephone numbers and organisation address. This details are used for billing information and gaining feedback from the courses.
Photographs and media
Photographs and videos will not be taken without the completion and signature on a consent form which will include contact details. If consent is not given, photographs and videos will not be taken of a child. We will only share photographs and videos (on our materials, social media and website) if consent is given to do so.
In relation to non-service users (staff, agencies and other contacts)
Data can include contact information, date of birth, health information, employment / work information and financial information (e.g. about your salary and where it is paid).
During the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, protocols have been put in place to support the Scottish Governments to trace exposure to the virus. This may entail booking on to some of our services and, where activities take place in person, asking for additional details such as contact numbers and addresses. This information will only be held for 21 days in relation to ‘Test and Protect’ protocol. Any adjustments to our standard policy will only be for the duration of the pandemic and no data will be shared or used for any other purpose.
As we process your personal data, you have certain rights. These are a right of access, a right of rectification, a right of erasure and a right of restrict processing.
You may request a copy of your data at any time. Please make such a request in writing or by email. In order for us to action your request please provide the following information: your name, address, telephone number, email address and details of the information you require.
If you believe any of the personal data we hold on you is inaccurate or incomplete, please contact us directly and any necessary corrections to your data will be made without undue delay.
If you believe we should erasure your data or stop using your data, please contact us.
Where you have provided explicit consent for us to use your data you have a right to withdraw this consent at any time.
We generally do not send data outside the EU. However, some of the software we use such as Mailchimp and Dropbox do have a presence outside the EU – in these circumstances, we check that their policies are in line with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations).
In an emergency, we may need to share data with other parties.
In all cases, we store your data securely and respect your confidentiality. After your connection with Smart Play Network is broken, we are allowed to keep your data only as long as is necessary.
In all cases, you will have the option to unsubscribe from our contact lists at any time.
If you want to contact us about any of this, please contact the Operations Manager (Strategic) at Unit 40 Castlebrae Business Centre, 40 Peffer Place, Edinburgh, EH16 4BB, or by telephone on 0131 554 2620.