The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union regulation which came into effect on 25 May 2018.
GDPR applies to all organisations and aims to standardise and strengthen data protection policies. There can be serious financial penalties for any organisation that breaches these laws.
The term ‘data’ refers to any personal information you store. The data you hold belongs to the data subject (the person) and that data subject has the absolute right to say what happens to their information - and seek compensation if it is wrongly used or used without proper explicit consent. GDPR applies to all personal data that you currently hold. These laws apply to all data, not just data collected after May 2018.
Data Protection Training Presentation
British Riding Clubs GDPR Information Notice
Privacy Notice - Membership Form
Responding to a Data Protection Breach
Subject Access Request (SAR) Procedure and Form
Subject Access Request Guidance for Staff & Volunteers
Data Processor Agreement
Managing a Data Protection Breach
Personal Information Asset Register
Photography, filming and recording advice
Consent form - children under 18
Location advisory notice for photography, filming and recording