Any information we collect from you may be used in one of the following ways;
To send invites to awareness sessions
To notify members of sepsis survivor group meetings
As the data subject, you are entitled, free of charge to request;
Access to your personal data
Rectification of personal data
Erasure of your personal data
Withdraw consent for use of data at any time, if relevant
Data portability – move, copy or transfer personal data easily from one IT environment to another in a safe and secure way, without hindrance to usability
Please note, a reasonable fee may be applied for “repetitive requests”, “manifestly unfounded or excessive requests” or “Further Copies”
Mannin Sepsis will not keep or hold any personal data after 1 year from end of business relationship. After this period all personal data held will be deleted permanently. See retention policy for further details.
The GDPR imposes restrictions on the transfer of personal data outside the European Union, to third countries or international organisations. If, for any reason Mannin Sepsis has to transfer data outside the EU it will be with the express permission of both the data subject and the ICO.
“As a non-profit organisation, we do not send out any unsolicited correspondence. All personal data collected is used solely for the benefits of the members and for administration purposes. Mannin Sepsis does not pass on any information to third parties.”.
As the data controller, Mannin Sepsis aims to process your information in a fair and legitimate manner. If in the unfortunate event that you are unhappy with the way your personal data has been handled you can write to;
Address: Information Commissioners Office, Prospect House, Prospect Hill, Douglas IM1 1ET, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1624 693260
Mannin Sepsis acts as data controller.
Our data protection officer is Ali Thomas
Our contact details are Mannin Sepsis, 18 Hawthorn Close, Onchan Isle of Man IM3 3HL tel. 07624 334319
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