Cookie Policy

Introduction

At Proguard Workwear we aim to deliver the best possible website and make it look as good as possible but at the same time the website has to be easy to use. In order to enable this, our website uses cookies. This ensures that our website runs smoothly by being able to assess how you use our website as well as how we can improve our website. This enables us to regularly evaluate whether our website is being run as intended.

It is important for you not to disable cookies on your browser to improve the functionality of our website. If you do disable cookies it can make it hard to access some parts of our website and other parts will not function in a way that you expect them to.

What are cookies

A cookie is a small computer file or piece of information that may be stored in your computers hard drive when you visit our websites. They let the website know when a user has returned and this lets the site bring up information relevant to the user. We also use cookies to improve our websites functionality and in most cases, to provide visitors with a customised online experience.

Cookies are widely used and most web browsers are configured initially to accept cookies automatically. You may change your Internet browser settings to prevent your computer from accepting cookies or to notify you when you receive a cookie so that you may decline its acceptance.

Please note: if you disable cookies, you may not experience optimal performance of our website.

Other Websites/3rd party cookies

Our website may contain links to other third party sites that are not governed by this privacy policy. Although we endeavour to only link to sites with high privacy standards, our privacy policy will no longer apply once you leave our website. Additionally, we are not responsible for the privacy practices employed by third party websites. Therefore, we suggest that you examine the privacy statements of those sites to learn how your information may be collected, used, shared and disclosed.

Please note: third parties (e.g. advertisers, web traffic analysis services) may also use cookies which we have no control over.

Our websites use third party cookies from the providers listed below. If you require further information about cookies, providers should be contacted directly.

List of cookies we collect

  • Google. We use online advertising services of Google. They may use cookies to help identify which adverts are clicked on/interacted with.

  • Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google plus. You can share content from our site with others via social media networks mentioned. Therefore, you may be sent cookies from these websites mentioned.

  • Live chat hosted by Live Help Now (livehelpnow.net) we use on our website will allow visitors to participate in online chats with our team, so cookies may be sent to you to ensure appropriate functionality through our live chat by Live Help Now (livehelpnow.net)

How to block/disable cookies?

You may not want to have cookies on your operating system. Therefore, you can block them by going to your browser settings, which enables you to block the setting of all or some of the cookies. However, if you do block all the cookies including essential cookies you may not be able to access all or some parts of the website. This will affect your ability to login, register or make any transactions on this website.

If you also decide to disable access to cookies on your browser you will again not be able to login, register or purchase from this website.

Blocking cookies will depend on the browser you use. If you require more information on cookies, including how to disable cookies in web browsers you can look at your browser help or settings. Alternatively you can contact us for any further information.