|NHS Print's Privacy Principles
1. We collect only information that is essential to
providing optimal service to customers and users. Acquired
information is strictly limited to what we need to know
in order to provide optimal service levels to our customers
and to fulfill all legal or regulatory requirements.
2. We inform users about what data is collected and
how it will be used. Our customers are fully informed
about the general uses we make of collected information
and we will provide additional information upon request.
We do not sell, lease or license confidential information
to outside parties. We provide access to confidential
information only to outside parties who are directly
related to the delivery and service of our products and
services. Information retrieval is fully disclosed to
all authorized parties.
3. Our customers choose how their self-disclosed data
will be used. We provide NHS Print business customers
to decide how they want the information they disclose
to be used. Opting out of information disclosure is available
at any time.
4. We ensure information quality. We employ advanced
technologies, well-defined practices, and a highly trained
technical staff to ensure that self-disclosed data is
processed properly, accurately and completely. We provide
the mechanism for self-disclosed data to be corrected
if errors or changes occur.
5. We use information security safeguards. We use advanced
information security technologies and a highly trained
technical staff to protect all data assets entrusted
to us. We have implemented well-defined data security
and data access procedures to further ensure that data
is protected from improper access, loss, misuse or destruction.
6. We are responsive to requests for explanation about
our data use and policies. Our Customer Service Representatives
are trained to be responsive to queries about our policies,
practices, products and services. Customer Service Representatives
are also trained to facilitate the process of resolving
any data discrepancies in third party data.
7. We hold our employees responsible for our privacy
principles. Each NHS Print employee is personally responsible
for helping to maintain public confidence in the company.
All NHS Print employees are provided with training in
the protection of data privacy and security practices,
which are also included in the NHS Print employee handbook.
8. We provide these privacy principles to our business
partners. We strongly encourage companies we select as
our business partners to have privacy policies based
upon accepted industry standards in the handling of self-disclosed
data. These include companies that assist us in providing
service to our customers or supply us with information
about enterprises or individuals. During the business
partner selection process, NHS Print scrutinizes the
accuracy and quality of the data candidates, as well
as their information handling practices.
9. We comply with all applicable privacy laws and regulations
wherever NHS Print does business, based upon the prevailing
jurisdictional requirements. As a company with a global
reach, NHS Print is committed to remaining current with
the requirements of all local, national and international
laws and regulations applicable to our products and services.
10. We undergo regularly scheduled audits of our privacy
policies and practices to monitor our compliance with
our stated policies.
The following statement reflects the information gathering
and dissemination practices for this web site www.nhsprint.com,
as well as any software applications and information
services related to this web site.
We gather only the information that is essential to
providing good service to our customers, partners and
web site visitors. We do not sell, lease or license confidential
information to third parties except for those third parties
who are directly related to the delivery and service
of our products and services. Any sharing of information
is fully disclosed and done with the permission of all
We use your Internet protocol address to help diagnose
problems with our server and to administer our web site.
This site also collects the referring URL for tracking
web traffic referred from other sites. The web site does
related to individual web users and companies is described
Personal Information: We do not associate personally
identifiable information (PII), such as your name, address,
or e-mail address, with non-personally identifiable information
(non-PII), such as Internet protocol addresses, to create
personal user profiles. Although we do receive your e-mail
address along with your e-mail, no other personal information
is collected. We do not send unsolicited e-mails.
On occasion we will collect personal contact information
through our web site to allow people to register for
NHS Print seminars or other services. The purpose of
collecting the information is to enable NHS Print to
deliver the requested services and to contact the individual
about the requested service if necessary. No credit card
information will be handled through the web site, just
the indication of payment method. If a credit card is
to be used for payment, the PDF form will be printed
and faxed to NHS Print with the card number, expiration
date, and signature.
The personal contact information will be kept in an
active NHS Print database until the conclusion of the
seminar or service and will be used for future communications
from NHS Print only with explicit permission from the
individual provided at the conclusion of the seminar
or service. It will not be sold, leased or combined with
other data to create personal user profiles.
e-mail Links: We use e-mail links located on the "Contact
Us" page to allow you to contact us directly with
questions or comments pertaining to NHS Print. We do
not sell, lease or license this information to third
parties. We read every message we receive and have a
commitment to reply promptly. This information is used
to respond directly to your questions or comments. We
may file your comments for the purposes of evaluating
how we can improve our site or services, or we may review
and discard the information.
Outbound Links: This site contains links to other sites.
We make an effort to encourage our partner sites to comply
with the current best practices for the electronic collection
of personal and confidential information. However, www.nhsprint.com
is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content
of these other sites or their associated companies and
partners. NHS Print recommends that you review the privacy
policy on other sites to ensure that you understand how
they address issues related to the use of your personal
Choice / Access
We require user consent before collecting or using any
personal information. Users may always decline to receive
communications from us. Users may review, modify or remove
from active use their information in our database, choose
to no longer receive communications, or no longer receive
our service at any time by contacting us
This site has security measures in place to protect
the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under
our control. Employees are made aware of the security
and privacy practices through new hire training, and
periodic training for customer service, technical and
other departments as needed.