General Privacy Policy

At TASK Connect Ltd, we highly value your privacy and are fully committed to safeguarding your personal data. We recognize the importance of adhering to the legal requirements and standards set forth in the UK regarding the collection, use, and protection of personal data. Preserving the confidentiality and security of your personal data is central to our commitment to responsible data handling practices and we acknowledge the necessity of employing suitable safeguards and management practices concerning its collection.

We want to ensure that you comprehend the information we gather about you and how it is used. This Privacy Notice outlines the guiding principles followed by TASK when we collect and process your personal data through your interactions with us, including by telephone, letter and email or if you are a candidate. If you are a customer, please also see our Customer Privacy Notice.

We may update this Privacy Notice periodically, so we encourage you to revisit this page occasionally to stay informed about any changes. If we require your consent to process your personal data differently, we will seek your permission beforehand.

TASK Connect Ltd, a UK company, is a fully owned subsidiary of TASK Community Care (Ireland). TASK Connect is headquartered at 103a Gilford Road, Lurgan, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland, BT66 7AH.

Trident Associated Securities Kommunications Limited, an Irish Company is also fully owned subsidiary of TASK Community Care (Ireland). Trident Associated Securities Kommunications Ltd (TASK Ltd) is headquartered at Unit 1, Block 3, City North Business Park, Stamullen, Co. Meath, Ireland, K32V008.

• When we mention “TASK”, “we”, “us” or “our”, we are referring to both TASK entities.
• When we mention “TASK Ltd” we are referring to Trident Associated Securities Kommunications Ltd (Ireland).
• When we mention “TASK Connect” we are referring to TASK Connect Ltd (UK).

Unless otherwise stated the TASK entity you are engaging with will be the Data Controller of your data.

“Personal Data” refers to any details concerning a person’s identity, enabling their identification. This encompasses particulars such as the individual’s name, mailing address, email address, telephone number, company, title, site username, or site password. Data where the identity has been eliminated (anonymous data) is excluded from this definition.

3.1. What data we collect

We may collect the following types of information when you interact with us, including via telephone, email, letter, or in person at events:

• Personal Information: This includes information that directly or indirectly identifies you, such as your name, address, email address, phone number, and any other information you provide to us.

• Call Recordings: For quality assurance and training purposes, calls made to our office may be recorded. These call recordings are retained securely, as necessary.

When you apply as a candidate:

Throughout the pre-employment process, we may gather the following categories of information from candidates:
• Personal Details: This encompasses your name, address, contact information (such as email and phone number), date of birth, nationality, and any additional details you furnish in your application or CV.
• Employment and Educational Background: We might collect particulars about your work history, previous employments, educational qualifications, certifications, and professional licenses.
• Skills and Proficiencies: Information regarding your relevant skills, expertise, and proficiencies pertinent to the position you are seeking.
• Referees: We could request information from your listed referees, which includes their contact details and their professional association with you.
• Diversity and Inclusion Information (Voluntary): On certain occasions, we may solicit diversity and inclusion details, such as gender, ethnicity, or disability status. Sharing this data is entirely optional and will not impact your application.
• Pre-Employment Evaluations: Depending on the role you are applying for, we might conduct pre-employment assessments, tests, or interviews to assess your suitability for the role.
• Background Checks: Where permitted by relevant laws, we may carry out background checks to verify provided information. This could involve criminal history checks and confirmation of employment eligibility.

When you visit or interact with our website, we may collect additional personal data.

For example, we collect information you provide, such as when you are creating an account, making an order or contacting us via our website, such as your:

• name and contact details,
• email address and telephone number,
• products added to your basket or that you order,
• information on any website forms you submit,
• any check boxes you tick,
• your marketing preferences,
• any content you download from our website.

In addition, we collect a limited amount of data which we use to help us to improve your experience when using our website and to help us manage the services we provide. This includes:

• Log data: Your IP address, browser type, operating system, and device information to analyze website traffic and enhance user experience.
• Cookies and Tracking Technologies: We use cookies and similar tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience and offer personalized content.

When you become a customer, or place an order on behalf of someone else:
If you place an order for a product, we may collect additional information about you or another person for whom you are making the purchase. For more details on how we collect and handle this data, please refer to our [Customer Privacy Notice].

3.2. How we get the data:

You may provide personal data directly by enquiring about a product or service, ordering a product, making a payment, updating marketing preferences, writing to us, or sending us your CV. We also record calls and for quality assurance and training purposes.

In certain cases, we may also collect your data indirectly or from third parties, including recruitment agencies, social media platforms (like LinkedIn), or through referrals from other persons or entities. For example, if a social worker or other health professional has contacted us on your behalf to request an alarm installation, or to ask us to contact you about a telecare system.

When you use our website: Cookies

Our website uses cookies and similar tracking technologies to enhance your browsing experience and improve our services.

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device when you visit our website. They help us analyse website traffic, remember your preferences, and provide you with personalized content. Cookies may be set by us (first-party cookies) or by third-party providers whose services we use (third-party cookies).

The types of cookies we may use includes:

• Essential Cookies: These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our website and enable you to navigate our site and use its features. Without these cookies, certain parts of our website may not work correctly.
• Functionality Cookies: These cookies remember your preferences and choices on our website, such as language settings or font size. They help personalize your experience and save you time during subsequent visits.
• Analytical/Performance Cookies: These cookies help us understand how visitors interact with our website by collecting anonymous information. We use this data to analyse website traffic, identify popular pages, and improve the overall user experience.
• Advertising/Targeting Cookies: We may work with advertising partners to display targeted ads based on your interests and browsing behaviour. These cookies allow us to deliver more relevant advertisements to you.

You have the option to manage your cookie preferences through your browser settings. You can choose to accept or decline cookies or delete existing cookies from your device. However, please be aware that disabling or blocking certain cookies may affect the functionality and performance of our website.

For more detailed information about how we use cookies, the purposes for which we use them, and how to manage your cookie preferences, please refer to our [Cookie Notice].

3.3 Why we collect the data

The primary reasons we collect your data include:

• Providing Services: We collect and process your personal data to fulfil our contractual obligations and deliver the products, services, or information you have requested from us. This includes processing orders, managing your accounts, and providing customer support.
• Responding to Enquiries: We collect your contact information, such as your name, email address, and phone number, to respond to your enquiries effectively and provide you with the necessary information or assistance.
• Improving User Experience: Your data helps us understand your preferences, interests, and interactions with our website and services. This knowledge allows us to tailor our offerings and user experience to meet your needs and preferences.
• Improving Services: We may use the information you provide in your inquiries to understand your needs better and enhance our products and services to better serve you and our customers.
• Communication: We use your contact details to communicate with you regarding updates, important announcements, promotions, and events related to our products and services. We may also respond to your inquiries, requests, or feedback submitted through our website or other communication channels.
• Marketing and Personalization: With your consent (where required), we may use your data to send you marketing communications, newsletters, and promotional offers that may be of interest to you. Personalizing our communications allows us to provide you with relevant content and recommendations. You can change these preferences at any time by contacting us at
• Compliance and Legal Obligations: We may process your data to comply with applicable laws, regulations, and contractual requirements. This includes accounting, tax, and auditing obligations, as well as cooperating with law enforcement agencies and regulatory authorities, where necessary.
• Safeguarding Our Users and Business: Your data helps us monitor and detect fraudulent or malicious activities, protect the security and integrity of our website, and ensure compliance with our terms and conditions.
• Website Analytics: To record your usage of our website in accordance with our [Cookie Notice].

When you apply as a candidate, we additionally gather and manage candidate data for the following intentions:

  • Recruitment and Selection: To evaluate your qualifications and suitability for potential positions within our organization.
  • Communication: To engage in correspondence with you concerning your application, furnish recruitment process updates, and arrange interviews or assessments.
  • Legal Obligations: To adhere to our legal responsibilities, including confirming your eligibility for employment and upholding equitable employment opportunities.
  • Reporting and Analysis: To undertake statistical evaluations for workforce strategizing and the enhancement of our recruitment methodologies.

We collect data from individuals, including through general enquiries and from candidates, for the explicit and specific purposes stated in this Privacy Notice. These purposes typically involve responding to enquiries, providing information or assistance, improving our services, hiring/employment, and complying with legal obligations. In certain situations, we may determine that a change of purpose is required to process your data. Any such change will always be in compliance with applicable data protection laws.

• Consent: If we intend to process your data for a purpose that is materially different from the original purpose for which it was collected, we will seek your explicit consent before proceeding with the new processing activities.
• Legitimate Interests: In some cases, we may rely on our legitimate interests as a legal basis for changing the purpose of data processing. This includes situations where the new purpose is compatible with the original purpose and where your fundamental rights and freedoms are not adversely affected.

Informing You of Purpose Change: If we decide to change the purpose for which we process your data, including candidates’ data, we will provide clear and transparent information about the new purpose and any relevant details. This will typically be communicated through an updated Privacy Notice or other appropriate means.

We rely on the following main reasons to Process Personal data:

a) Legitimate Interests: We process your data based on our legitimate interests, provided that your fundamental rights and freedoms are not overridden. This lawful basis allows us to address your inquiries, provide information or assistance, and improve our services, thereby maintaining effective and responsive communication with our customers and stakeholders.

Our legitimate interests in processing your data include:

• Responding to Enquiries: When you contact us with general inquiries or feedback, we process your data to address your requests promptly and effectively.
• Communication: We use your contact details to correspond with you, provide updates on your inquiries, and keep you informed about our products, services, and relevant information, where permitted by applicable laws.
• Improving Services: By analysing the data collected through inquiries, we can identify areas for improvement and enhance our products and services to better meet your needs and expectations.
• Legal Compliance: We may process your data to fulfil our legal obligations, regulatory requirements, or respond to lawful requests from public authorities.

Call Recordings and Legitimate Interests:

Recording telephone conversations for legitimate interests allows us to achieve several lawful purposes, including:

• Quality Assurance: Call recordings can be used for training and monitoring purposes to ensure the quality of customer service and improve staff performance.
• Dispute Resolution: Call recordings can serve as evidence in case of disputes or discrepancies that may arise during the call.
• Regulatory Compliance: In some industries, call recording is a legal requirement to comply with specific industry regulations or for financial and legal purposes.
• Preventing and Investigating Fraud: Call recordings may be used to detect and prevent fraudulent activities.

Please note that we carefully balance our legitimate interests with your privacy rights, ensuring that our data processing practices align with the principles of data protection.

b) Consent: We may rely on the lawful basis of consent to process certain types of data. For instance, when individuals explicitly give their consent for specific processing activities, such as subscribing to newsletters or participating in marketing campaigns.
c) Contractual Necessity: If the processing of personal data is necessary for the performance of a contract or to take pre-contractual steps at an individual’s request, we may rely on contractual necessity as the lawful basis. This could apply when processing data to fulfil orders or provide services requested by individuals.
d) Legal Obligation: When processing personal data is necessary to comply with a legal obligation to which our company is subject, such as tax reporting or regulatory requirements, the lawful basis of legal obligation may apply.
e) Vital Interests: The lawful basis of vital interests may be applicable in rare circumstances when processing personal data is necessary to protect someone’s life. This situation might arise in emergency or critical situations.

We rely on the following main reasons to Process Personal data of website users:

• Legitimate Interests: In certain instances, we may process your Personal Data based on our legitimate interests, which include enhancing and improving our website, products, and services. This includes analysing website usage data to understand user preferences, ensuring website security and functionality, and conducting marketing activities to promote our products and services. Our legitimate interests are carefully balanced with your rights and freedoms, and we ensure that your privacy is not compromised in any way. You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data based on legitimate interests, and we will assess and respect your objection in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
• Necessary for Entering into or Performing a Contract: When you interact with us through our website to purchase products, subscribe to our services, or engage in any transaction, we may need to process your personal data to fulfil our contractual obligations. This includes processing payment details, delivering products or services, and providing customer support related to your purchases. The processing of your personal data for contract-related purposes is necessary to execute our agreement with you, and you have the option to decline such processing; however, it may impact our ability to fulfil our contractual obligations.
• Necessary for Compliance with a Legal Obligation: In certain circumstances, we may be required by law to process your personal data. This includes situations where we are obligated to retain and disclose certain information to regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies, or other governmental entities. Compliance with legal obligations is essential to ensure that we operate in accordance with the law, and we may not be able to provide you with options to opt-out of this processing.
• Consent: Where required by applicable data protection laws, we will seek your consent before processing your personal data for specific purposes. Your consent will be given freely, and you have the right to withdraw it at any time. If you withdraw your consent, it will not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
• Necessary to Protect Vital Interests: In critical situations where it is necessary to protect the vital interests of you or another natural person, we may process your personal data. This could include instances where your health, safety, or well-being is at risk, and processing your data is essential to prevent harm.
Your preferences and choices regarding the processing of your personal data are essential to us. We respect your decisions, and you can exercise your rights, including the right to object, withdraw consent, or access your personal data, as detailed in the “Your Rights” section of this Privacy Notice.

Regarding the lawful bases, when you submit an application as a candidate:

• Consent: In situations where we collect and handle sensitive personal data or perform background checks or assessments, we will seek your explicit consent before proceeding. Your consent will be obtained for specific purposes, and you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. Please be aware that withdrawing consent might impact your application for the particular role.
• Contractual Necessity: Processing your data may be crucial for fulfilling a contract in which you are involved, or for taking steps at your request before entering into a contract. This basis applies when processing your data is essential to evaluate your application for a specific job position or to meet pre-employment requirements.
• Legitimate Interests: We may process your data based on our legitimate interests, as long as this doesn’t override your fundamental rights and freedoms. This includes processing your data to assess your qualifications, skills, and suitability for the role you are applying for, and to ensure effective and equitable recruitment processes.
• Compliance with Legal Obligations: We might process your data to comply with legal obligations, such as verifying your eligibility to work, conducting right-to-work checks, or fulfilling our obligations under employment laws.
• Protecting Vital Interests: In rare cases where it is necessary to protect your vital interests or those of others, we may process your data. This would typically occur in situations involving health and safety concerns.
• Public Interest: Processing your information might be essential for activities undertaken in the public’s interest, such as ensuring equitable employment opportunities or fulfilling government-mandated reporting requirements.

Your preferences and choices regarding the processing of your personal data are essential to us. We respect your decisions, and you can exercise your rights, including the right to object, withdraw consent, or access your personal data, as detailed in the “Your Rights” section of this Privacy Notice.

We share your data with other entities within TASK acting as joint controllers or processors. We do this to provide administrative, sales and marketing, customer service, and IT, including system administration services.

We do not share your personal data with third parties for marketing purposes.

However, we may use third-party service providers:

• To assist us in maintaining or improving our services and security, and improving our performance. These service providers are authorized to use your data only as necessary to perform their services for us. This includes payment, IT, and system administration services.
• Additionally, we work with professional advisers who act as data controllers, such as our auditors.
• In certain circumstances, we may be required to report processing activities to regulators and other authorities as mandated by applicable laws and regulations.

When you apply as a candidate:

We might disclose candidate information to pertinent internal divisions engaged in the recruitment process. On occasion, we could enlist external service providers to aid in candidate evaluations and background checks, ensuring adherence to data protection norms.

In the course of providing our services and operating our website, your personal data may be transferred to and processed in countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) or the UK.

We take various measures to ensure that your personal data is adequately protected during international transfers, and we implement the necessary safeguards as required by data protection laws and regulations. Some of the protections we afford to website users in this regard include:

If we engage third-party service providers located outside the EEA or the UK, we ensure that these providers have demonstrated GDPR compliance and adhere to the appropriate data transfer mechanisms. We carefully select our partners and review their privacy practices to safeguard your data when shared with them.

Data Transfer Mechanisms: When transferring personal data to countries outside the EEA or the UK, we rely on appropriate data transfer mechanisms approved by the European Commission. These mechanisms may include:

• Standard Contractual Clauses: We use standard contractual clauses, also known as model clauses, which are contractual agreements approved by the European Commission to ensure that data is adequately protected during transfers.
• Data Protection Addendum: We may enter into Data Protection Addenda with our third-party service providers or other data recipients outside the EEA or the UK. These addenda include contractual provisions that obligate the recipients to protect your personal data and comply with applicable data protection laws.
• Consent or Explicit Consent: Where necessary, we seek your explicit consent to transfer your personal data to countries outside the EEA or the UK. We inform you about the potential risks of such transfers and obtain your consent before proceeding with any international data transfer.

When you submit an application as a candidate:

• As part of your application, we might engage third-party providers situated in different countries to assist our recruitment procedures. Moreover, we may seek references you have provided from various locations. Please be assured that we take measures to ensure these providers adhere to the necessary data protection standards and align with the transfer mechanisms detailed earlier.
• By submitting your application and furnishing personal information during our recruitment process, you explicitly agree to the international transfer of your data as outlined in this Privacy Notice, including data transfers for the purpose of reference verification. We give utmost importance to safeguarding your data’s security and confidentiality during these transfers, upholding your privacy and complying with relevant data protection regulations.

At TASK we take data protection and security seriously, and we employ a range of technical and organizational measures to safeguard your personal data from unauthorized access, loss, or destruction. These measures are designed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data, and we continuously review and update them to align with industry best practices and evolving data protection standards. Although no method of data transmission or storage is completely immune to risks, we are committed to minimizing these risks to the greatest extent possible.

8.1. Our controls

Some of the controls and practices we have implemented include:

• Data Minimization: We strictly adhere to the principle of data minimization, which means we only collect and retain the personal data necessary to achieve specific purposes outlined in this Privacy Notice. We avoid excessive data collection and ensure that we do not retain your data for longer than required.
• Access Controls: We implement access controls to restrict access to your personal data to only authorized personnel or third-party service providers who require the data to perform their legitimate duties. Access is granted based on a need-to-know basis, and all authorized individuals are subject to confidentiality obligations.
• Encryption: We use encryption techniques to protect your data during transmission and storage. Encryption helps ensure that your data remains confidential and secure, even in the event of unauthorized access.

Despite these and other measures we have implemented, it’s important to acknowledge that no data transmission or storage method is entirely risk-free. Therefore, we continuously monitor and improve our security practices to remain resilient against emerging threats.

8.2. Advice on Protecting Personal Information:

At TASK, we take the security of your personal data seriously, and we are committed to protecting your privacy. To help safeguard your information and enhance your online safety, we offer the following advice:

• Keep Your Passwords Secure: Please ensure that you create strong and unique passwords for your accounts with us and other online services. Avoid using easily guessable passwords, such as “123456” or “password,” and refrain from using the same password for multiple accounts. Regularly update your passwords to minimize the risk of unauthorized access.
• Beware of Phishing Attempts: Be cautious of suspicious emails, messages, or calls that ask you to provide personal data, login credentials, or financial information. We will never request sensitive information through unsolicited communications. If you receive any such requests, do not respond or click on any links provided. Instead, reach out to us directly using official contact details to verify the authenticity of the communication.
• Avoid Sharing Personal Information: Please refrain from sharing your passwords, account details, or other sensitive personal data with anyone, including family members, friends, or individuals claiming to represent TASK. Keep your information confidential to prevent unauthorized access and potential misuse.
• Secure Your Devices: Ensure that your devices, such as computers, smartphones, and tablets, have up-to-date security software and firewalls installed. Regularly install software updates and patches to protect against security vulnerabilities.
• Public Wi-Fi Caution: When using public Wi-Fi networks, exercise caution when accessing sensitive information or conducting financial transactions. Public Wi-Fi networks may not be secure, and cybercriminals could intercept your data. Consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for added security.
• Review Privacy Settings: Familiarize yourself with the privacy settings of the websites and applications you use. Adjust these settings to control what information you share and who can access your data.
• Report Suspicious Activity: If you notice any unusual or suspicious activity related to your account or interactions with TASK, please report it to us immediately. Prompt reporting helps us investigate and address potential security concerns effectively.

By following these guidelines, you can play an active role in safeguarding your personal data and protecting your online privacy.

8.3 Website Users – Third party links

Our website may contain links to third-party websites, applications, or services that are not operated or controlled by TASK These third-party links are provided for your convenience and reference, and they may have their own privacy policies and practices that are independent of ours. Please note that when you click on these links, you will be redirected to external websites over which we have no control.

While we strive to include only reputable and trustworthy links, we do not endorse, review, or have any responsibility for the content, privacy practices, or security of these third-party websites. We recommend that you review the privacy policies of any linked websites before providing any personal data or using their services.

We are not liable for any damages or implications resulting from your access to and use of third-party links, including any loss, damage, or misuse of your personal data. Your interactions with these linked websites are solely at your own risk, and we encourage you to exercise caution and diligence when leaving our website and interacting with external links.

We welcome any feedback or concerns you may have regarding third-party links, and we are committed to addressing any issues that may arise to protect your online experience with us.

At TASK we retain your personal data for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected, unless a longer retention period is required or permitted by law. The retention period may vary based on the specific purposes of data processing and legal obligations applicable to us.

The criteria we use to determine the appropriate retention period include:

• Purpose of Data Processing: We will retain your personal data as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected. Once the purpose is achieved and there is no legitimate reason to retain your data further, we will securely delete or anonymize it.
• Legal Obligations: We may be required to retain certain personal data for compliance with legal obligations, such as tax, accounting, or regulatory requirements. In such cases, we will retain the data for the duration specified by the applicable laws or regulations.
• Business Needs: In some instances, we may retain your data for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims, to maintain accurate business records, or for legitimate business purposes. When data is no longer needed for these purposes, we will dispose of it securely.

When you apply as a candidate:

This section outlines our approach to retaining candidates’ data throughout the pre-employment process and the entirety of the recruitment journey.

We will keep the personal data we gather during the recruitment process for a reasonable duration to assess your eligibility for the specific role you applied for and for associated recruitment objectives. The precise duration of retention can vary, influenced by factors such as the nature of the applied position, legal requirements, and business necessities.

• Unsuccessful Applications: In the event that your application is not successful, we may maintain your data for a limited period following the conclusion of the recruitment process. This retention enables us to address potential disputes, queries, or challenges related to the recruitment outcome. Additionally, it aids us in considering you for potential future job openings that align with your qualifications.
• Successful Applications: Should your application succeed and you become an employee of TASK, your candidate data will be transferred to your employee records. The retention and management of your data as an employee will be guided by our internal data retention policies and other relevant regulations related to employment.

Please be aware that even if you request the removal of your personal information, we might retain specific data if mandated or allowed by the law, or if a legitimate reason exists. This could include the resolution of disputes, the enforcement of our terms and conditions, or the protection of our legal rights.

Upon the conclusion of the retention period or when your data ceases to serve the purposes stated in this Privacy Notice, we will securely delete or anonymize your personal data, in accordance with applicable data protection laws.

Under certain circumstances, you have rights including:

• Your right of access – You have the right to ask us for copies of your personal information.
• Your right to rectification – You have the right to ask us to rectify personal information you think is inaccurate. You also have the right to ask us to complete information you think is incomplete.
• Your right to erasure – You have the right to ask us to erase your personal information in certain circumstances.
• Your right to restriction of processing – You have the right to ask us to restrict the processing of your personal information in certain circumstances.
• Your right to object to processing – You have the right to object to the processing of your personal information in certain circumstances.
• Your right to data portability – You have the right to ask that we transfer the personal information you gave us to another organisation, or to you, in certain circumstances.

You are not required to pay any charge for exercising your rights. However, if your request for access is determined to be clearly unfounded or excessive, we may apply a reasonable fee to cover administrative costs. In such cases, we will notify you of the fee and provide an explanation for its imposition.

Additionally, there may be circumstances where we are unable to fulfil your access request, such as when it is deemed clearly unfounded or excessive. If we are unable to comply with your request, we will inform you promptly and provide the reasons for our decision.

To ensure the security and confidentiality of your personal data and to confirm your right to access the information or exercise any of your other rights, we may need to request specific information from you. This additional step helps us verify your identity and ensures that your personal information is not disclosed to unauthorized individuals.

Safeguarding your data is of utmost importance to us, and requesting specific information is an appropriate security measure that aligns with our commitment to data protection. By taking these precautions, we strive to prevent any unauthorized access or disclosure of your personal information.

Please contact us at if you wish to make a request.

We endeavour to address all legitimate requests within one month, or as otherwise required by applicable data protection laws. However, please understand that occasionally, if your request is incomplete or particularly complex, or if you have submitted multiple requests, it may take us longer than a month to process your request. In such instances, we will promptly inform you, seek any necessary additional information, and keep you updated on the progress. Our commitment is to handle your requests promptly and efficiently, ensuring that your rights are respected and upheld in accordance with applicable data protection laws.

Our dedicated Data Privacy Officer is here to assist you with any enquiries or requests related to your personal data and to ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws. If you have any questions about this Privacy Notice or wish to exercise any of your legal rights regarding your personal data, please don’t hesitate to reach out using the details provided below:

TASK Connect (UK): Data Protection Officer (DPO) Siobhan Bunting Tel. +44 (0) 28 2036 0280. Email:

Data privacy laws are constantly evolving, and we endeavour to maintain best practice. However, we recognise that we may not always get it right and if you are not satisfied in the way we handle your personal data or you wish to discuss our processes then we would like to hear from you. If you have any concerns about our use of your personal information, you can make a complaint to us at

You can also complain to the UK data protection regulator if you are unhappy with how we have used your data.

Data privacy laws are constantly evolving, and we endeavour to maintain best practice. However, we recognise that we may not always get it right and if you are not satisfied in the way we handle your personal data or you wish to discuss our processes then we would like to hear from you. If you have any concerns about our use of your personal information, you can make a complaint to us at

You can also complain to the UK data protection regulator if you are unhappy with how we have used your data.

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