As a part of our vision and purpose to improve your infrastructure, while making our company a great place to work and our society a better place to live, AIT has developed a number of documented policies which together form the framework of our Quality Management System (QMS). This helps us to meet the needs of our customers, and other partners, by ensuring consistent quality in the delivery of our services and solutions. Our QMS is independently audited each year and evidenced by our ISO accreditations, see our Accreditations page for more details.
If you wish to see one of the many documented AIT policies not listed below please contact us and we will send you a copy.
Terms and conditions
We may update these terms and conditions from time to time, so please review these pages regularly.
Download AIT Partnership Group Ltd Terms and Conditions here:
Download our latest statement on coronavirus:
Download our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy:
Download our Corporate and Social Responsibility Policy:
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is European Union legislation to regulate the use and storage of personal data by private and public sector organisations within member states of the European Union. For the most part it does not differ from existing data protection law in the UK. The prime purpose of the legislation is to regulate businesses selling to consumers and not the business to business activity carried out by AIT. However, like most EU legislation, GDPR has been deliberately drafted in such way to allow individual EU states to implement it according to local conditions. This means that its rulings are often ambiguous and open to different interpretations. The senior management team at AIT has reviewed our data protection policies in line with GDPR and taken the following actions.
AIT GDPR statement
AIT Partnership Group Ltd is committed to protecting all its customers, suppliers and team members by maintaining best practice data protection processes in line with all UK and EU law, including GDPR.
AIT is engaged in selling goods and services to corporate and public sector enterprises and all marketing activity is directed at these enterprises. In the legitimate pursuit of this business, AIT may hold data on individuals working in these organisations. This data is limited to name, job title, organisation, email address and telephone numbers. We do not hold personal data such as home addresses or any personal credit card or bank details.
AIT has undertaken a review of its data protection policy and implemented the following;
- Reviewed what data we hold
- Identified how this data was collected
- Reviewed how we communicate that this data is only used for the legitimate pursuit of business-to- business activity
- Reviewed our processes for responding to requests to delete, amend or restrict data
- Reviewed our processes for providing access to data when legitimate requests are made
- Reviewed our legitimate use of data for business-to-business activity
- Reviewed our use of data and in accordance with Article 6 , 1 (f) of the GDPR have considered that AIT meets at least one of the six criteria deemed necessary for processing. The criteria listed in the GDPR are; a) consent, b) the performance of a contract, c) legal compliance, d) protection of the vital interests of an individual, e) performance of a public or official task, f) legitimate interests
- Where AIT has a legitimate interest and freedom to conduct a business, as defined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and point (4) of the GDPR, this is deemed sufficient to process data
- Reviewed our security and ability to prevent, detect and report data breaches in line with GDPR and ISO27001
- Reviewed the need for a Data Protection Impact Assessment
- Appointed a Data Protection Officer
- Reviewed our international data.
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