How we collect or obtain personal information about you.
We collect personal information when you provide it to us:
when you fill in a form on our website
when you contact us by phone, email or in writing
when you use post or react to our social media channels
when you order goods or services from us
Where permitted by law we may also receive information about you from third parties such as affiliates, business partners, credit and fraud checking services as well as third parties with whom we have had no prior contact.
How we collect anonymous information about your behaviour.
We indirectly collect anonymous information about you to get a general idea of how our website is performing, this information is not linked directly to you but third-party services outside of our control may use this to profile your activities and provide relevant advertising in other platforms. This may occur at any time while you are browsing our website.
Cookies are small packets of information stored on your device used to keep a record of your history while using a particular website. This could be used to tailor page content to your past behaviour, to keep hold of information that lets us know if you’ve logged in, or to let us know what items you’ve added to a shopping cart. The cookies under our control are only visible to you and to our website.
While you are free to disable cookies on your browser, doing so may impact the functionality of this and other websites you visit and as such is not recommended.
Third Party Cookies
We use other services to help us to deliver our website, and they may also store cookies on your device to display personalised content or to gather statistics while you are visiting our website. We’ll list those in detail and give a brief overview of why and how we use them below.
Information you submit to us on a contact form will be sent by email to our staff and will remain stored on the website or within backups for a maximum of 60 days just in case the email doesn’t get to us. If we intend to retain information for marketing purposes, we’ll ask you first and give details on the form.
User submitted Comments & Reviews
You can submit comments on our content if you want to. Normal visitors will be able to read anything that you post, and the name under which you have submitted the comment. You may use a pseudonym if you prefer to remain anonymous. We may ask for your email address to verify but we will never make this public.
Our company name is Parogon Contracts Limited and we operate from The Grove, The Green, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 0JT, United Kingdom. You can contact us directly via this web site, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone on +44 (0)1483 799433.
Questions or Complaints
If you have any questions or complaints about how we’re using your data, please contact us through the channels listed above.
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy Statement
This statement is made to pursuant to Section 54, Part 6 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps taken to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in its business or any part of its supply chain.
Modern slavery and human trafficking remain hidden blights on our global society. Modern slavery is the term used to encompass slavery, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking of all ages. Our code of conduct prohibits modern slavery.
All employees have a responsibility to comply with the code of conduct and be alert to the risks brought about by the modern slavery in our business and the wider supply chain. Staff are expected to report any concerns and management are expected to act upon them.
Suppliers (including their subsidiaries or sub-contractors are expected to act in accordance with the code of conduct, or an equivalent of its relevant core principles in the performance of any agreement.
We have a zero tolerance to slavery and human trafficking and we expect all of our suppliers and sub-contractors to comply with and meet our values and standards. We will ensure compliance through management meetings, site visits, internal and external audits.
We have put in place a fair and transparent recruitment and resourcing procedure in relation to our labour practices, false employment and modern slavery in accordance with relevant legislation and standards.
The requirements made of the supply chain to modern slavery are communicated and contracted upon through our code of conduct and sustainable procurement policy. We expect all suppliers to conduct right to work checks of their workforce in accordance with the Immigration and Asylum Nationality Act 2006, which will be reinforced when a worker attends their first site induction where their papers are verified.
We will seek to work in partnership with all suppliers to tackle and combat the threat of human trafficking and modern-day slavery throughout our supply chain, in accordance with international environment, social and ethical standards.
In order to ensure the highest level of understanding of the risks associated with modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain, we provide information and training for all staff members.