TERMS & CONDITIONS
All data shared when entering the Heart Safe Awards will be used for administration ONLY. Nomination details will be kept private and shared only with our carefully selected panel of judges in order to make their selection.
Hand on Heart Charity will not use your data for any marketing purposes outside of these awards unless you give us consent. All details will be deleted one year from the event date; 9th October 2021. We take data protection very seriously, and your data will not be shared with any third parties unless you give us consent. Please see our privacy notice https://www.handonheart.org/privacy-policy/
The Awards are free to enter. There is no restriction on how many categories a business can enter, but separate entry forms must be completed for each category.
Entries must be received no later than the deadline shown on the event website http://www.ukheartsafeawards.co.uk/
No liability for entries lost or delayed in transmission will be accepted.
All entrants must declare whether they, or the business they represent, are/could be involved in any dispute or judgement that could in any way significantly interfere with the proper conduct or reputation of the organisers of the awards.
Third parties can make applications on behalf of businesses or individuals, providing the business or person nominated is aware of the entry and has approved the content in the application form.
Sensitive (“special category”) personal data may not be included in the application form.
By entering the Awards, applicants agree to be part of the publicity if they are finalists in any category.
The Judges reserve the right to merge or split categories if the level of entrants warrants it.
The judges reserve the right to move entrants to another category if deemed necessary.
The event organisers reserve the right to change judging deadlines should circumstances necessitate.
A panel of judges will compile a shortlist for each category from all the entries received. Some categories may be selected to take part in a site visit from the judges. Winners will be decided by the panel.
The judges’ decisions are final and binding and they cannot enter into correspondence about the shortlisting process, choice of finalists or winners.
The organisers reserve the right to publicise the results of the competition and use winning entries in press releases and published case histories.
It is a condition of entry that participants will co-operate with the media.
Winners may refer to the competition in their own publicity material following approval by the organisers of such material.