Ogilvie Group GDPR Statement
The Ogilvie Group are committed to compliance for when the GDPR law comes into effect on the 25th of May 2018, this includes building GDPR into current and future contractual commitments. Ogilvie Group GDPR compliance has required the evolution of our current information security management system (ISMS); clarifying, improving and maintaining key data protection and privacy controls. This journey is an active process and will continue up to and after the enforcement date as the ICO and courts provide additional clarification.
Ogilvie Construction Data Privacy Charter
Ogilvie Construction is committed to respecting your privacy. If you or your employer provides personal information to us, including personal information collected or held in our online fleet management system, you can be assured that it will used in accordance with this Privacy Charter.
The privacy of our users is important to us and we take care to safeguard it. This policy explains how we use your personal information.
Ogilvie Construction Environmental Policy
We recognise that our activities have both a local and global impact on the environment. These impacts can be in our immediate vicinity or more widely through the consumption of energy, and emissions to air, land and water. To minimise these impacts to as low as reasonably achievable, the Company realise that environmental protection, prevention of pollution, energy efficiency and sustainability is integral to business operations.
In order to manage the above impacts and to achieve the objectives set out below, the company maintain an effective Environmental Management System which meets the requirements of ISO 14001.
Changes to our Policies
If we make any changes to our policies that affect how we handle your data, we will let you know by email. You can check our other policies at this page at any time.