Community defibrillator scheme privacy notice

The information you provided will be used in the administration of the Isle of Man Community Defibrilator scheme.

Information provided will only be used as outlined by the Isle of Man Government and Department Of Health and Social Care privacy notices.

In addition;

  • We will only process your information in line with rules set out in the Data Protection Act 2018
  • We will only use your information for the purpose that you have authorised within the terms and conditions and memorandum of understanding document which can be viewed on this site. This also outlines how your data will be used.
  • We will keep your information secure and only use it in the administration of your AED registration within the Isle of Man Community Defibrillator Scheme.
  • The Isle of Man Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) Ambulance Service is collecting this data and the DHSC privacy statement can be viewed here.
  • As well as collecting data online there may be occasions where paper records are collected in the form of a completed Memorandum Of Understanding or Defibrillator Registration Form. This data will be added to a database and used in the administration of the Isle of Man Community Defibrillator Scheme.
  • The data collected will only be shared, viewed, accessed by partner organisations that are directly involved with the administration of the Isle of Man Community Defibrillator Scheme. These organisations include, Isle of Man Government Technology Services, Isle of Man DHSC,Isle of Man Department of Home Affairs Emergency Services Joint Control Room,  Rushen Emergency Ambulance, Craigs Heartstrong Foundation, St John Ambulance and the Manx eHeart Foundation.
  • Occasionally we receive safety notices from manufacturers regarding certain makes of AED. We may send these notices to you if your data indicates that you would benefit from receiving this information.
  • If you have given consent then some of your data provided will be available to the public via the online Defib locator portal.
  • The data provided will be kept for as long as the AED is registered on the database.
  • You may access, update or request your data be removed at any time. A request in writing must be made to the Administrator of the scheme at the following address;

Community Defibrillator Coordinator
Department of Health and Social Care
Isle of Man Ambulance Service
Ambulance HQ
Noble's Hospital
Braddan
Isle of Man
IM4 4RJ 

If we decide to change our Privacy Policy we will post changes to this Privacy Notice.