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Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy and scientific validity of our publications and the contents of this web-site, IRGC, its officers and staff, and members of the IRGC’s Board, Scientific and Technical Council and Advisory Committee, cannot be held responsible or liable for damages for their use by third parties.
What data are we holding?
IRGC only processes information that is related to our relationship with you. This may include:
- Contact details including email, phone numbers and address details
- Your job title and details of your existing relationship with us
- Your areas of interest
- Records of previous communications
How we use this data
- To maintain direct communications with you
- To inform you of relevant news and information that you would expect to receive from us – this includes our newsletter, and information about our workshops and activities
How we manage and store your data
Your contact information and preferences are stored and managed securely within our externally hosted CRM system. Only IRGC staff have access to this data – we won’t forward your details to a third party, and you can always request to have your data removed from our system.
Your details may be on one or more of our mailing lists, depending on our relationship with you. Should you consent to remain on our mailing lists, we will continue to manage your preferences responsibly. You will always have the option to opt out of these communications.