Prior to booking any services I asked for your estimated due date (EDD) and postcode.
At the time of booking any services, you provided me with certain personal information which was necessary for me to carry out the agreed services. These included: your name, your date of birth, your contact details, your EDD, and any relevant medical information such as blood borne pathogen (BBP) status.
The information collected at the time of booking did not include any financial information, as payments were made via bank transfer directly to me, cash or PayPal.
In order to provide the agreed upon services, I produced a file for each client which included the booking form, terms and conditions of service. For later clients it also included a placenta observation form (containing: information about your placenta, including weight, size, cord length, other variations of the placenta and birth information such as birth type, gestation and location) and a procedural checklist. In most cases I also took reference pictures. These other documents do not contain any personal information, apart from your name and the date of the birth.
I recorded my business mileage, which detailed the reason for any business journeys (including your name) along with the distance travelled.
I keep the following data about all the placentas that I have processed in a spreadsheet: your name, EDD, planned place and type of birth, services provided, twins, actual place and type of birth, birth date, collection and delivery/postage dates, and any fees and travel costs paid by you.