Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notice
Disability Motorsport Scotland is a Motorsport UK Recognised Club (351405) and a charity registered in Scotland (SC046968).
We will collect, use and store personal data, as described in this Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notice when people engage in activities through the Club and its partners. This includes members, visitors, guests and other people using the facilities and services of the Club.
Disability Motorsport Scotland respects your privacy and we will only use your information in the way we describe in this notice. When using your information we aim to be fair and transparent, and to follow our obligations under UK data protection laws. Your information is used for administering the Club’s membership and activities.
Disability Motorsport Scotland is the data controller for the purpose of the Data Protection Act 2018. Our address is 4 Kennedy Park, Dreghorn, KA11 4DW. Our contact for privacy and data is Colin Duthie who can be contacted at email@example.com
Collecting your information
We need to collect our members’ and customers’ personal information so that we can manage your relationship with us.
We collect your information when:
- you fill in membership application or renewal forms;
- you complete booking forms for taster days or training events;
- you use our online training hub
The information you give us may include your contact details (name, address, telephone number, email address), personal information and identifiers (date of birth, membership number).
We may ask you for safety and emergency details (emergency contacts, relevant health conditions) which we will only use in an emergency and for a legitimate reason.
If you do not provide us with all of the personal information that we need, this may affect our ability to offer you our membership services and benefits.
When you give us information about another person, such as a child, parent, guardian, or emergency contact, you should let that person know that you have given us the information.
If you are under 18 years old, we will also ask for information from your parent or guardian.
Using your information
We use your information to manage your relationship with us by providing you with news and updates about the activity of the Club, opportunities to get involved, training, general meetings and other events. We also use your information when organising Club activities to manage risk and safety.
We may ask you for safety and emergency details (emergency contacts, relevant health conditions) which we will only use in an emergency and for the legitimate reason of managing risk and safety.
We will not sell your information to another organisation.
To support your lifetime relationship with motorsport and Disability Motorsport Scotland we may keep some of your information indefinitely, unless you ask us to delete it.
We are under a legal obligation to process certain personal information relating to our members for the purposes of complying with:
- The Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007, which requires us to check that our volunteers are able to undertake regulated work with vulnerable adults.
- The Equality Act 2010, which requires us to process personal information to make reasonable adjustments where necessary.
- The Charities and Trustees Investment (Scotland) Act 2005, which requires us to maintain a register of members, including name, address, date admitted to membership and date on which membership ceased, to hold general meetings, issue notices and AGM voting arrangements.
Other uses of your personal information
We may ask you if we can process your personal information for other purposes. Where we do so, we will provide you with an additional privacy notice explaining how we will use your information for these purposes.
Sharing your information
We may share your information with:
- Motorsport UK as required by its General Regulations for governing motor sport;
- other Motorsport UK Registered Clubs;
- professional and legal advisors for the purpose of obtaining advice;
- statutory or regulatory authorities to comply with statutory obligations (such organisations include Disclosure Scotland and Police Scotland for the purposes of safeguarding vulnerable adults);
- with medical personnel; or
- any other person if we have to comply with a legal obligation.
We may also share your information with service providers, for example, to print programmes. These external third parties may process personal data on our behalf as “processors” and are subject to contractual conditions to only process that personal information under our instructions and protect it. We only share such information strictly required for the specific purposes and take reasonable steps to ensure recipients shall only process the disclosed personal information in accordance with those purposes.
When you use our website we may collect information about you, in particular your IP (Internet Protocol) address, by using cookies. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
We use three types of cookie on our websites:
- Session or temporary cookies that are deleted after each visit. These cookies help us monitor visitors’ movement from page to page, so we can ensure any choices you make and/or details you submit are ‘remembered’ as you navigate the site.
- Persistent cookies that are valid across visits. They help our websites remember you as a user each time you use the same computer to revisit us.
- Third-party cookies that are used by external content from other third-party websites within our website. These include sites such as Facebook and Twitter, whose cookie usage policy you can view on their own websites.
We regularly take photographs and video clips at meetings, training sessions and events. These may include identifiable images of you, and in some cases we will associate your name with these images. We may use these photographs and videos both within the Club and with external sources, to raise awareness of the Club’s activities. If you do not want any photographs or videos that include you to be used, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that if you do opt out of the Club using images of you, we cannot be held liable for the images shared in other locations over which we do not have control – for example, but not limited to, personal social media accounts.
Security of your information
Your information is held securely by us. We have taken all reasonable steps, and have in place appropriate security measures, to protect your information. Your information is not transferred outside the European Economic Area.
You have a right to:
- change your communication preferences or restrict the processing of your personal data for specific purposes;
- request that we correct your personal data if you believe it is inaccurate or incomplete;
- access the personal data that we hold about you;
- request that we delete your personal information in certain circumstances;
- ask us not to use your information for marketing purposes.
If you are unhappy about how we have used your data, you should inform us by email.
If you are not happy with our response, or you believe that your data protection or privacy rights have been infringed, you can complain to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office which regulates and enforces data protection law in the UK. Details of how to do this can be found at www.ico.org.uk
Notification of changes
We review this Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notice annually, but we reserve the right to amend it at any time. Notice of any change will be posted on our website and will be deemed effective upon publication.
Version 2, last updated on 12 January 2022.