The 'Go To' High Rise / Tall Building Conference for 2022
Tuesday May 17th – Thursday May 19th 2022
– Doors open at 9:45am
Last updated: August 2021.
1. Background to the General Data Protection Policy (GDPR)
The General Data Protection Policy of 2016 replaces the EU Data Protection Directive of 1995. Its purpose is to protect the rights of individuals and to ensure that personal data are not processed without their knowledge, and, wherever possible, that it is processed with their consent.
2. Data controller
The data controller is "Russ Timpson, Conference Director, Tall Building Fire Safety Network, Unit 10, Maple Leaf Business Park, Ramsgate, Kent, UK. CT12 5GD".
3. Collection and processing of personal and other data
3.1 Non-personal data collected automatically
When using booking a delegate place, logfile information will be recorded by the data processor (https://www.bookitbee.com/en/). This non-personal information is transmitted automatically by your internet browser. This information includes in particular: IP address, accessed pages within the internet presence, date and time of the visit, used browser, operating system of the accessing computer, language setting and transferred data volume. The processing of the logfile information is done mainly in order to establish the connection, to ensure system security and for reasons of technical administration.
3.2 Collection and processing of personal data
The data controller collects personal information about the participants of the event. At a minimum, these data include the name and email address of the participants. Additional data might be requested, for instance to prepare the programme and proceedings of the event, as well as any social programme associated with the event. Registration and payment details needed for participation in the event might be collected too. Information will be retained until all processes related to the event are completed.
4. Usage and forwarding of personal data
Your personal data will only be used for the specified purposes, and only to the extent required in order to achieve these purposes. Data will only be forwarded to third parties - if at all - within the limits of the statutory provisions. The transmission of personal data to government agencies and authorities shall be carried out only within the framework of mandatory national law, or if the forwarding is required for purposes of legal or criminal prosecution in the event of abuse or fraud. Forwarding for other purposes - in particular address trading - is excluded.
5. External links
This internet site might post links to the sites of other providers in order to be able to provide the users with comprehensive information. The controller does not have any influence on the design of such sites, and is not responsible for the content offered there. The principles of this Policy do not apply to these external sites.
7. Issues relating to data protection
If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, please contact the organisers of the event. Their contact data can be obtained after logging onto your account.