The QED Data Protection Policy

The QED Data Protection Policy is designed to protect the personal data held by QED.
  1. The required personal data of all QED Users comprise the names of the User and at least one of: email address, terrestrial address or telephone number.
  2. QED Users are Customers, Suppliers, and any other person with whom QED has a need to store information to pursue its business activities.
  3. Permission to store the personal data is required from each User.
  4. The data is required solely for the administration of QED, and communication with QED Users; it is used for no other purpose.
  5. The QED Data Protection Officer (QED DPO) is the QED Chairman, to whom all queries and requests must be addressed. The officer is responsible for the storage, maintenance and security of the data and that it is up -to-date.
  6. Access to the data is restricted to the QED Chairman, From time to time other QED employees may be granted access to undertake work on, or with, the data, in which cases this will be specifically authorised by the QED Managing Director.
  7. The only data referring to QED Users published on the QED website comprise the names of its officers and, occasionally, Users subject to the permission of the relevant User. This also applies to the publication of any QED newsletters, and other of its publications when appropriate.
  8. Notification to the QED DPO of a request of a User for their data to be removed will place the responsibility on the QED DPO to ensure the removal of all the relevant personal data from all databases or lists held by QED. This does not apply to any data where QED is legally obliged to maintain such information.
  9. The QED DPO email address is where any request under clause 8 above will be valid when acknowledged by the QED DPO.

QED is the short code for QED Sameday Courier Ltd

NOTE: GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) comes into law across the European Union, including the United Kingdom, on and from 25th May 2018