Kaileys Consortium’s Data Protection policy indicates that we are dedicated to and responsible for processing the information of our customers, stakeholders, employees, students and other interested parties with absolute caution and confidentiality. This policy describes how we collect, store, handle and secure our data fairly, transparently, and with confidentiality.

This policy ensures that Kaileys Consortium follows good practices to protect the data gathered from its customers, students, employees, and stakeholders. The rules outlined in this document apply regardless of whether the data is stored electronically, on paper or on any other storage device.

Policy Elements

As a key part of our operations, we gather and process any information or data that makes an individual identifiable such as full name, physical address, email address, photographs, etc. This information is collected only with the full cooperation and knowledge of interested parties. Once this information is available to us, the following rules apply to our company.

Our data will:

  • Be precise and consistently updated;
  • Is collected legitimately and with a clearly stated purpose;
  • Be processed by the company in line with its legal and ethical binds;
  • Have protection measure that protects it from any unauthorized or illegal access occurring by internal or external parties.

Our data will NOT:

  • Be communicated informally;
  • Exceed the specified amount of time stored;
    • Therefore, personal data of learners, employees, customers, and affiliates who no longer use Kaileys Consortium services will be archived for 3 years and deleted afterwards;
  • Be transferred to organizations, states or countries that do not acquire proper data protection policies;
  • Be spread to any party unless approved by the data’s owner (except for the legitimate requests demanded from law enforcement authorities).

Roles and Responsibilities

Everyone who works for or with Kaileys Consortium is responsible for ensuring that the collection, storage, handling, and protection of data is being done appropriately.

Introduction

This policy sets out Kaileys Consortium Limited’s approach to equality, diversity and disability. Kaileys Consortium Limited is committed to promoting equality, diversity and disability as well as promoting a culture that actively values difference and recognizes that people from different backgrounds, experiences and disabilities can bring valuable insights to the workplace and enhance the way we work.

Kaileys Consortium Limited aims to be an inclusive organization, committed to providing equal opportunities throughout employment including in the recruitment, training and development of employees or students, and to pro-actively tackling and eliminating discrimination.

Equality, diversity and disability at Kaileys Consortium Limited

At Kaileys Consortium Limited, we consider that equality means breaking down barriers, eliminating discrimination and ensuring equal opportunities and access for all groups both in employment, and to goods and services.

Thus, Kaileys Consortium carefully considers diversity as a mean celebrating difference and valuing everyone. As a philosophy, each person is an individual with visible and non-visible differences and by respecting this everyone can feel valued for their contributions which is beneficial not only for the individual but for Kaileys Consortium Limited as well.

Kaileys Consortium Limited acknowledges that equality, diversity and disability are not inter-changeable but inter-dependent. Therefore, there can be no equality of opportunity if difference is not valued and harnessed.

 Scope

The rights and obligations set out in this policy apply equally to all students and employees, whether part time or full time on a substantive or fixed-term contract, and also to associated persons such as seconded staff, agency staff, contractors and others employed under a contract of service.

Kaileys Consortium Limited recognizes that everyone associated with the organization has personal responsibility for the application of this policy. As part of employee and student induction, it is expected that the policy should be read and familiarized ensuring that this policy is properly observed and fully complied with and to.

Users

This policy is also of particular relevance and applicable to directors, managers, other employees and students concerned with recruitment, training and promotion procedures and employment decisions which affect others.

Kaileys Consortium Limited commitment

Kaileys Consortium Limited is committed to ensuring that every employee and learner is entitled to an environment that promotes dignity, equality and respect for all. As such, Kaileys Consortium Limited will not tolerate any acts of unlawful or unfair discrimination (including harassment) committed against an employee, student, contractor, job applicant or visitor because of a protected characteristic:

  • Sex;
  • Marriage and Civil Partnership;
  • Pregnancy and Maternity;
  • Race (Including Ethnic Origin, Color, Nationality and National Origin);
  • Disability;
  • Sexual Orientation;
  • Religion and or Belief; and

Kaileys Consortium shall not allow for the discrimination on the basis of work pattern (part-time working, fixed term contract, flexible working) which is unjustifiable will also not be tolerated.

Policy Statement

To fulfill its mandate, Kaileys Consortium is committed to providing a healthy and safe working environment for all those involved with its activities including workers, suppliers, volunteers and all others working in or visiting our places of work.

Thus, Kaileys Consortium strives to engage in effective co-ordination, cooperation and consultation, with all those working with and for us. Kaileys Consortium will therefore:

  • Comply with relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, and industry standards;
  • Commit our people, at all levels, to be responsible and accountable for the health, wellbeing, and safety of themselves and others;
  • Establish, encourage, and support consultation and participation between managers and workers and their representatives in all matters relating to health and safety;
  • Ensure that appropriate resources and processes are in place to effectively identify, manage and monitor health and safety risks including the effective communication of risk.
  • Establish, review, and continuously improve the Health and Safety Framework and its systems to manage health and safety in the workplace — including adopting applicable good practice standards and setting and measuring targets;
  • Report, record, and investigate all incidents including: work-related ill health, injury, or discomfort, property damage, unsafe behaviors or conditions, and implement corrective actions;
  • Ensure our suppliers and their workers have the capability and are competent or are supervised by a competent person and provide appropriate and timely training to ensure ongoing competence;
  • Ensure workers are trained and equipped to deal safely with situations that may arise out of the work they are doing, or while they are at work;
  • Promote and actively lead wellbeing initiatives at Auditors Guild to ensure a healthy and safe workplace and to encourage balanced lifestyle choices; and
  • Ensure effective treatment and rehabilitation of any injured employee, student or visitor to ensure an early and lasting return to work;

Through the above we will achieve a culture of zero harm and continue to build and foster a positive culture of excellence in health and safety.

Policy Statement

To fulfill its mandate, Kaileys Consortium is committed to providing a healthy and safe working environment for all those involved with its activities including workers, suppliers, volunteers and all others working in or visiting our places of work.

Thus, Kaileys Consortium strives to engage in effective co-ordination, cooperation and consultation, with all those working with and for us. Kaileys Consortium will therefore:

  • Comply with relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, and industry standards;
  • Commit our people, at all levels, to be responsible and accountable for the health, wellbeing, and safety of themselves and others;
  • Establish, encourage, and support consultation and participation between managers and workers and their representatives in all matters relating to health and safety;
  • Ensure that appropriate resources and processes are in place to effectively identify, manage and monitor health and safety risks including the effective communication of risk.
  • Establish, review, and continuously improve the Health and Safety Framework and its systems to manage health and safety in the workplace — including adopting applicable good practice standards and setting and measuring targets;
  • Report, record, and investigate all incidents including: work-related ill health, injury, or discomfort, property damage, unsafe behaviors or conditions, and implement corrective actions;
  • Ensure our suppliers and their workers have the capability and are competent or are supervised by a competent person and provide appropriate and timely training to ensure ongoing competence;
  • Ensure workers are trained and equipped to deal safely with situations that may arise out of the work they are doing, or while they are at work;
  • Promote and actively lead wellbeing initiatives at Auditors Guild to ensure a healthy and safe workplace and to encourage balanced lifestyle choices; and
  • Ensure effective treatment and rehabilitation of any injured employee, student or visitor to ensure an early and lasting return to work;

Through the above we will achieve a culture of zero harm and continue to build and foster a positive culture of excellence in health and safety.