This page explains what cookies are and how we use them.
A cookie is a simple text file which stores small pieces of information. When you visit a website its server saves the cookie onto your computer or other device. Only that website’s server will be able to read or retrieve the contents of that cookie.
Cookies do many different jobs like storing your preferences, helping you navigate effectively, and improving your overall experience of a website. Cookies make the interaction between you and the website quicker and easier. For example, a cookie might store information so you don't have to keep entering it.
Cookies also let us know which pages of our site you visited; they help us develop and market our services.
Most of the cookies we use record the pages of our site you visit and any interactive elements - such as forms or calculators - that you use. They can also record information on the visit date and time as well as internet browser and the device you use to access the site.
We don’t collect any information that can identify you personally.
We use cookie information to find out how our website is being used and we may use them to tailor your online journey.
We can learn which pages are being viewed and how many visitors are using the different sections of the site. This information helps us understand how useful the site is to our visitors, and how we can keep improving. We may also use information about your browsing activity to tailor your online journey and content.
These are the main cookies we use, and why we use them.
These cookies make sure our website delivers information and services securely. Without them, you wouldn't be able to move around our website or use its features. You can’t opt out of using these cookies.
|JSESSIONID||Remembers what you entered into a form||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|TS01fa3deb||Part of ensuring security on our site||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|JCS_INENREF||Used for anti-spam functions||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|JCS_INENTIM||Used for anti-spam functions||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|NCS_INENTIM||Used for anti-spam functions||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|PHPSESSID||This cookie is used to establish a user session and is a reference to a unique session ID set by our website code (PHP). It disappears when the session is ended (when you close the browser)||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|SJECT15||Session identifier||After a short time or when you close your browser|
|SLG_ROUNDEL_REF||Remembers dismissal of FAQ bubble||After 2 years|
Google analytics cookies track the number of unique users of the site.
The Google Analytics implementation on site uses third party cookies to correlate site usage data with broad, non-personally identifiable customer segments for the purposes of reviewing on-site usage and optimising user experience.
For more information, please review the following information from Google
If you would like to opt-out of this tracking by third party cookies, please select "I do not accept cookies" at the top of this page.
|_ga||Tracking cookie for analytics.js. Used to distinguish users||After 2 years|
|_gat_UA||Tracking cookie for analytics.js. Used to help balance traffic on the website
||After 10 minutes|
|dc_gtm_||Google Tag Manager. Used to manage all scripts on the website||After 10 minutes|
Web beacons - also known as clear GIFs or page tags - are small transparent images which are embedded within the web page.
Web beacons send information about your visit to us, and to other companies whose services we use. This is combined in reports with information about other visitors.
Web beacons can be used in conjunction with cookies. If you opt-out of cookies, the web beacons will be limited to reporting on anonymous details of the device being used and the web pages visited.
Web beacons aren't stored on your computer in the same way cookies are, so you can't control them using your browser settings.
Silverpop cookies track a user’s journey through the site from an email.
The Silverpop implementation on this site uses third party cookies to correlate site usage data with broad and personally identifiable customer segments for the purposes of reviewing on-site usage and optimising user experience.
If you would like to opt-out of this tracking by third party cookies, please view the "How to disable cookies that have been set" information on this page.
|com.silverpop.iMAWebCookie||Visitor key assigned by Engage||1000 days||4e406538-56c6-b512-bd18-d558c2757ac9|
|com.silverpop.iMA.page_visit||Site visit session which logs a "Site Visit" event||20 min||1835678874|
|com.silverpop.iMA.session||Page view session which logs a "Page View" event||20 min||870823bd-2235-29c2-2873-a282a0273685|
|com.silverpop.iMA.jid||Job ID of the sent mailing, which is generated from the "spJobID=" parameter in clickstream query string||Browser session end||383403270|
|com.silverpop.iMA.mid||Mailing ID of the sent mailing, which is generated from the "spMailingID=" parameter in clickstream query string Browser||Browser session end||45204921|
|com.silverpop.iMA.rid||Report ID of the sent mailing, which is generated from the "spReportID=" parameter in clickstream query string||Browser session end||MzgzNDAzMjcwS0|
|com.silverpop.iMA.uid||Recipient ID of the visitor, which is generated from the "spUserID=" parameter in clickstream query string||Browser session end|
When you opt-out of using cookies on this site, and after you refresh or move away from this page, we will stop setting or using the analytics and other non-essential cookies described.
Web Beacons may continue to be used on this site, but they won't be able to set or read any cookies. Web Beacons will be limited to reporting on anonymous details about the device being used and the web pages visited. No personally identifying information will be sent.
You can disable and remove the cookies if your browser supports this. To check and update your cookies settings, you will need to know what browser you are using and what version you have. You can usually find this out by opening the browser, then clicking on 'Help' and then 'About'. This will give you information about the browser version you are using.
To manage your cookies, refer to your browser’s help section or visit the Information Commissioner's Office website.
Remember, if you amend your cookie settings, your browsing experience may change for the worse. For example, if you have set preferences on a website - such as your location for local news or weather forecasts - it will no longer remember these.