You will have been bombarded with "Opt In" or "Stay in Touch" messages from all sorts of businesses as they aim to comply with a change in the law on regarding how "Personal Data" is handled, used and stored. In short the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force on 25 May 2018. These new reglations place certain resposibilities and oblications on any business that handles "Personal Data". The regulations also give the Data Subject - the person that the "Personal Data" relates to (you or your child[ren])- certain rights too.

As a result, SALTO has redrafted certain related policies to explain to what "Personal Data" we collect, why we collect it, how we process it, how we store it and what we do with it when it is no longer needed. You may follow the link to Policies & Procedures where you may download copiesof our Website Privacy Policy and our Privacy Statement.

How does this affect you and your relationship with SALTO?

In reality very little. SALTO collects "Personal Data" as part of the way we does business with you and to enable us to provide all the services you expect of us. We contact you to inform you of information related to the club and how this may affect your child(ren). As such we have determined that we do not need to ask you for specific consent to be able to contact you. We do not sell your Personal Data" to third paries, we always keep such data confidential and in a safe and secure manner and use it for the purpose that it was collected for.

We don't want to overload you with more administration but instead we will return to this later when we come to the annual membership renewal process.

In the meantime if you have any concerns our questions in relation to this subject, please address them to Carl Richardson, Trustee and Director of Operations initially in writing to [email protected]