If you visit the club Facebook page or twitter feed then both you and the club are agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of those services.
This information includes but is not limited to your name, address, phone number(s), diving qualifications, limited medical information pertaining to your 'fitness to dive', and your next of kin contact information in case of emergencies.
Please note that as Stingray Divers is a democratic organisation and in general all adult club members in good standing are entitled to stand for election, in effect any member of the club may from time to time have access to your personal information in the course of carrying out club activities.
As a club member, consent to the use of the data you have given us for the normal management of the dive club is implicit in your continued membership.
If you do not wish your information to be used in this way, you may withdraw from membership of the club.
From time to time we may ask for additional information in respect of specific activities, such information is optional and we will be transparent with you about what data we wish to collect and why.
If/When you return to dive fitness, the diving officer needs to see a copy of your counter-signed declaration of fitness to dive, again medical details are not necessary, only that you have been signed off as fit to dive and (if applicable) any restrictions that have been placed on your diving activities by the medical referee.
You may only use the data for legitimate purposes related to administering the dive club (for example keeping records of training and diving activities, advertising club events to members, organising club meetings and elections, planning diving and training activities).
You may not otherwise share that data with others unless previously agreed (for example sending membership info to BSAC HQ) or required to by law.
We will only use your information for the purpose(s) of administering the dive club, including but not limited to: keeping records of training and diving activities, advertising club events to club members, organising club meetings and elections, planning diving and training activities.
You may request to see the data the club holds on you (but not other people) - please be aware we are small, volunteer run organisation and responding to such requests can take considerable time and effort.
You may request inaccurate data is corrected or removed.
The committee will review data held periodically and will delete/destroy data which we no longer have a legitimate reason to keep.
Regardless of any legal or criminal penalties, misuse of or carelessness with personal data by a member of the club may be regarded as misconduct, for which club membership can be suspended or revoked in accordance with the club constitution.