About Cookies and Harlow Occupational Health Services. In accordance with the E-Privacy Directive (May 2012), we invite you to consent to the way we use cookies.

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A cookie is a small file, typically of letters and numbers, stored by the internet browser you choose to use to view the Harlow Occupational Health Services website. The files we apply are completely harmless and do not store any personal data about you.

Cookies are useful to us, they help us provide you with the required experience on the Harlow Occupational Health Services website and allow us to improve our service and make the Harlow Occupational Health Services website more efficient too.

Changing cookies relating to Harlow Occupational Health Services

We use cookies to run key processes including user account authentication, monitoring website performance, and to make our website easier to use. If you choose not to allow the cookies listed below, you won’t be able to use certain parts of the Harlow Occupational Health Services website.

If you are uncertain and would like to remove cookies set by the Harlow Occupational Health Services website, you can do this by amending your browser settings – Here is some help with that.

If you delete all your cookies through your browser, you’ll have to update the Harlow Occupational Health Services website cookie settings again when you return. You’ll also need to do this if you use a different computer or smartphone, computer profile or browser to the one you commonly use. The information that follows outlines the cookies we use on our website.

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are automatically allowed because the website won’t work without them. They are essential to allow you to navigate our site and to make sure the core processes work.

Strictly necessary cookies allow you to:

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These cookies are automatically allowed because we cannot improve our website without them. They collect information in aggregate about how visitors use our site, which allows us to improve its performance over time. Performance cookies only collect anonymous information, and allow us to: monitor the performance of our site.
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You can find further information regarding Cookies via the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website. Additionally, if you have any queries regarding the implementation of cookies on this website, please contact the website developers Brilliant Limited, a Hertfordshire Website Design company.

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