At Hesco Bastion Ltd ("Hesco") we are committed to protecting your personal privacy when you use our website or communicate with us.
1. Personal Information We Collect from You
We may collect and process your personal data where you submit personal details or use certain features on our site.
1.1 If you request further information by filling out a form we may collect, store and use the information that you provide.
1.2 Traffic data, weblogs, location data, and other communication information may be collected. This information is usually stored and used on an anonymous basis and we will notify you in accordance with this Policy if we process personal data collected through these means.
1.3 Any personal data contained in a communication that you submit to us or that you post on our site.
Circumstances may arise when we may need to gather information about your computer for authentication purposes or to help us enhance your experience or provide services to you when using our site.
Cookies are small text files which may be downloaded on to the computer or electronic device that you use to access this site and may collect data about your use of our site. It will be placed on your hard drive and the cookies may then be used to collect and transfer data back to us when you access our site.
Please note that even if you accept cookies, you can still decline to receive further cookies in the future by amending your web browser options. Please note that by declining cookies you may limit your ability to use the full features available on our site.
3. Use of Your Data
We may use your personal data for the following purposes:
3.1 If you request updates or further information concerning our business, products or services, we may use your data to respond to such a request and keep you informed about these issues. You may opt-out of receiving such information in the future by contacting us on the email address in Section 8 below (Contacting Us).
3.2 We may use your data to inform you about changes with regards to a product or service you receive or any other changes to our business that could affect you.
3.3 We may use your personal data for any additional purpose that you have previously consented to.
3.4 We may sometimes be required to pass your personal information on to the courts, public authorities, police and law enforcement agencies or third parties as referred to in section 5 below where we have a legal basis for doing so. Otherwise, we will only pass your information on to third parties to allow them to contact you direct where we have your prior consent. Even where this consent has previously been obtained, you will always be able to opt-out of receiving any further direct marketing from us (or our third party partners).
3.5 We may provide statistical data about our site visitors to third parties like advertisers. However such data is only shared on an anonymous basis. We do not disclose information to advertisers that identify particular visitors personally.
4. Securing Your Personal Data and Overseas Transfer
4.1 We are committed to ensuring that appropriate technical and organisational measures are taken to protect your data against unauthorised or unlawful processing and accidental loss, destruction or damage.
4.3 Secure servers are used by our company to store any data that we hold.
4.4 Transmission of data over the Internet can never ultimately be secure from unauthorised interception, disruption or attack. Accordingly, we cannot guarantee the absolute security of all information that you transmit to us over public networks. You are responsible for taking reasonable precautions to protect yourself against fraud and other security risks (such as phishing, computer viruses and malware).
4.5 A password (or secure log-in) may be necessary to access areas of our site. You are responsible for ensuring the security and confidentiality of any password that you generate or any other log-in details that you may receive. You should report any possible disclosure of passwords (or log-in details) to unauthorised third parties without delay.
5. Disclosing Your Data to Others
In addition to section 3 (Use of Your Data), your personal data may be disclosed to third parties in the following cases:
5.1 If such information needs to be disclosed to a purchaser (and their professional advisers) in the course of us selling all (or part) of our business and/or assets to a third party.
5.2 Personal information may be passed to another Hesco affiliated company but only if deemed necessary in connection with a legitimate business purpose.
5.3 If we need to disclose data under a legal obligation or requirement.
5.4 Where we need to disclose certain information to external credit agencies and other parties for the purpose of credit scoring or fraud protection.
5.5 Where we pass data and other business information to third parties for secure disposal or destruction.
6. Third Party Links
Links might be available on our site that take you to third party websites. These third party websites will be subject to separate privacy policies and/or terms and conditions which you must review independently of this Policy. We cannot accept any liability or responsibility for these third party websites or their privacy practices.
7. Accessing Your Personal Data
The UK Data Protection Act 1998 (as amended) gives you a legal right to request access to certain personal data that we hold about you.
If you would like to make such a request please contact us in writing at the email address below, indicating which particular data you need access to and other information that would help us locate the data.
Please note that we reserve the right to ask for reasonable supporting documentation to verify your identity when making such a request and an administration fee of £10 is payable before we can respond.
8. Contacting Us