In an attempt to comply with GDPR, are you at risk of disposing of data that may be important when trying to defend future employee injury and disease claims?

GDPR requires you to retain personal data no longer than is necessary for the purpose you obtained it for, however companies need to be careful when determining what records to dispose of.

Health and Safety records can be essential when trying to defend work-related injury and disease claims. Medical issues often take many years to manifest and employees have up to three years from becoming aware of a work related condition, to actually make a claim.

Whilst this may seem more relevant to high risk activities, where employees may have been potentially exposed to excessive noise levels, vibration, asbestos etc, even in white collar environments, the incorrect use of Display Screen Equipment can result in claims.

If you have not already received, and would like a copy of our Free GDPR Toolkit, visit the Cyber/GDPR section of our website for further details. Over the forthcoming months, we will be providing similar free resources, therefore please Actively Sign-Up if these may be of interest to you!

If you are concerned about your potential liabilities under the new GDPR Regulations, help is at hand. For detils of our Cyber/GDPR data breach insurance solution, please just complete your details in the form below.

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4. Please carefully review the Eligibility Criteria below and advise if you do not agree with ALL of the statements

- Your company has been in operation for more than 24 months
- USA revenues are less than 25% of the overall revenue
- Revenues from online or automated platforms account for less than 25%
- Revenues from credit card transactions account for less than 25%
- If you handle credit card transactions, you are compliant with the data security standard of PCI (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)
- You don’t use SCADA (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition) or similar process control software
- You have not sustained any losses or has not been subject to any claims in the past 5 years which would be covered under the proposed insurance.
- There are no acts, errors, omissions, circumstances, facts, situations, events, incidents or transactions which you aware of, or ought reasonably to have been aware of, that may give rise to a claim or loss under the proposed insurance.
- All material facts have been disclosed.