Last updated: 21/05/2018
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Information Duty
All the personal data that we collect about you will have been supplied to us by you.
This data is used to identify your personal preferences and match your needs with relevant services, assisting in the processing of services served from us, and for marketing purposes.
It is Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper’s policy never to share data with third parties that can identify you as an individual unless it is to fulfil a contractual obligation
EMPLOYERS” ORGANIZATION OF POLISH COPPER Contact details for GDPR purposes
You may at any time request access to the personal data held about you and, if incorrect, request rectification by contacting us. We reserve the right to ask you for proof of your identity.
Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper
Phone: +48 76 847 85 85
Beata Staszkow or Rafał Szkop
Requests should be made in writing by letter or email. Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper will respond to your request within maximum 30 days of receipt. This complies with GDPR.
Data we collect and how we use it
The data we collect is always provided by our clients and website visitors: when you download a brochure from our website, when you send in questions from our website using specific forms and during personal e-mail exchanges.
See below the personal data we may collect from our website visitors:
- Document download form : first & last name, e-mail
- Making a website comment: name & e-mail, website
- Making an appointment: First name, last name, email, phone (mandatory fields)
This data is used to reply to your questions or process services ordered and to fulfil our contractual obligations to you, and for email marketing purposes; the latter feature business advice, special offers, and other notifications.
Note, Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper has no access to your sensitive payment data such as your credit card number.
Your information is held for as long as Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper needs it, or until you choose for it to be deleted.
See section ‘Your Rights’.
If Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper deems your data is no longer useful, it will be deleted in accordance with GDPR.
Accessing your data and your Rights
Accessing your data
Your data is owned by you and as such you can exercise certain rights under GDPR.
- Right to be informed – You have a right to know what personal information Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper stores about you and how that data is used.
- Right of access – You have the right to access the data we hold about you and confirm with us whether or not we are using it.
- Right of rectification/ correction
- Right to erasure – You have a right to have your data that is held by Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper erased.
- Right to restrict processing – If there is an aspect of your data that you do not want Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper to process, you do have a right to restrict processing unless the data is needed to fulfil a contractual duty.
- Right to object – If there is an aspect of your data that you do not want Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper to process, you do have a right to object unless the data is needed to fulfil a contractual duty.
- Right to port – You can choose to move the data we hold to a third party if you choose.
- Rights related to automated decision data processing – Currently, Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper does not undertake automated profiling in relation to your data.
The system will assign you to a Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper ‘list’ should you download a brochure or request details about a tour automatically. This is used to decide what services you may or may not be interested in, and you will receive automated emails from time to time. This includes invitations for free of charge conferences, seminars and workshops or other non-commercial information.
Administration of your data
This section identifies key administrators, i.e. those responsible for processing your data and who has access to it. The following people have access to your data:
- Data Controller: Beata Staszków. Beata oversees the use of data, and is ultimately responsible for its processing. She is also the point of contact for any data request. She can be contacted via email: email@example.com
- Data Processor: Rafał Szkop. Rafał is responsible for much of the data entry. He also assigns which emails are sent to which ‘email list’. He can be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where your data is stored
Your data is stored on secure servers located in Poland. These servers comply with GDPR.
Legitimate Interest and your Data
Under the Legitimate Interest section of GDPR, Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper has assessed that processing your data in the following ways is in the best interests of both you and Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper.
- Email Communication
Email communication includes invitations for free of charge conferences, seminars and workshops or other non-commercial information. You can unsubscribe from this service any time by e-mail to email@example.com and request to be unsubscribed.
In accordance with your rights, you can choose to opt out of any aspect of data processing at any time and have your data erased. (See section ‘Your Rights’)
Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper Cookie Use Policy
In order to guarantee the correct functioning of the Employers’ Organization of Polish Copper website, we sometimes use small data files called “cookies” on your computer. Almost all websites do this and it is an automatic process.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file saved onto your computer or mobile device by websites you visit. Cookies, allow the website to memorize your actions and preferences (such as your connexion, screen size, pages you’ve visited, your preferred language, etc.) for a determined duration of time. Thus, if you visit the site, and come back to it later, you may have to accept the cookies policy again if the determined duration of time has expired. The cookie inserted on your device will indicate the website that you have accepted or refused cookies. Accepting cookies ensures you do not have to approve cookies on every page.
What else do we do with cookies?
Cookies on this site allow us to do the following:
- Keeping your visualisation preferences between the pages you visit (font sizes, etc.)
- Count the number of different visitors on each page in order to figure out which services or blog posts interest our visitors. This provides us with the information needed to make relevant decisions to improve your experience
- Remembering your preferences when entering a website comment
- Allowing that the back and forward buttons are functional when you navigate on the site
There is also a private and controlled section for the site administration and site security. Any user trying to connect to this section is immediately recorded in order to detect and block attacks to the site. Data collected in these instances include login details, IP address, device type, browser type, the time, and location details.
Third Party Cookies
The data collected by Google Analytics is stored on Google servers located in the United States and are fully compliant with GDPR, the EU regulations on data privacy.
When IP Masking (IP anonymization) is activated on a site, your IP address will be compressed by Google beforehand. The compression will take place in the countries member of the European Union or the Member States of the Treaty of the European Economic Area before your data is sent to their servers in the USA. Only in exceptional circumstances will your complete IP address be transferred to Google Inc. server in the USA. In these instances, your IP address will be compressed by Google Inc. in the USA.
Google will use this information on behalf of the owner of the site in order to analyse your use of the latter, produce reports on visitor’s activity and supply data to third services linked to the use of the site and Internet.
Google Inc. will not link your IP address information to other Google Services, although it may pass on the data to third party services.
It is possible to disable cookies by adjusting your browser. In these instances, however, the functionality of this site may be impaired.
- Document download form
The activation of cookies is therefore absolutely not mandatory but allows displaying the right information on the right pages. You have the option to block or delete these cookies but the site will lose functionality and your user experience may be impaired. The information stored in cookies is never used to identify you personally but to identify the computer that made the request. Cookies are therefore never used other than what is given in the list above.
How to control cookies on your computer
In addition to the acceptance on our site, you can control cookie use directly on adjusting your browser settings. You can authorise or block cookies and automate your preference. Bear in mind, that internet use will be impaired should you choose to block or delete cookies.
More information on your privacy and GDPR can be found here: Information Commissioner’s Office
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