The Forest Industry Safety Accord (FISA) was developed in 2012 by representatives from many of the leading industry organisations following a safety summit instigated by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). It commits each member’s organisation – and the sector at large - to raise the standard of health and safety in their place of work in order to reduce the number of serious and fatal accidents in the forestry sector.
FISA takes data security extremely seriously and has a data protection policy in place to ensure its data is secure and used within the law.
WHAT DATA do WE HOLD?
FISA members are a mix of Companies and Individuals. FISA holds member data on its database, collected through membership registration online. This includes contact details and email addresses where given.
SENSITIVE PERSONAL DATA
FISA is aware that it holds some personal data that could be considered sensitive, such as business turnover; forest management areas; and timber tonnage harvested, transported and sold. This information is subject to additional security within FISA and is never shared with third parties.
DATA USAGE AND SHARING
Member data is primarily used by FISA to deliver member services. Only member names, company names and business addresses are listed on the FISA website, unless specifically requested not to be. Contact can also be made with Company members via an email form.
FISA will only share member data, such as mail and email addresses with third parties like mailing houses (election mailings) and a data sharing agreement ensures safe transportation, storage, and disposal of data.
WEBSITE VISITS / COOKIES
We may collect information about your visits to our website such as IP address, location, browser type, referral source, length of visit and number of page views. This information may be used to improve our website’s usability and for marketing purposes.
If you have questions about the data we hold on you, or if you would like us to change or delete data we hold on you, please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond within 30 days.
Or you can write directly to FISA:
59 George Street
This service is free, although an administration fee may be charged for frequently repeated requests.
To find out more about data protection or how your data is used, visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website. If you have a concern about data protection, contact the ICO helpline on 0303 123 1113.