We use the so-called cookies to improve the functionality of our website and facilitate its use by the users. Cookies can be stored on a computer of any user visiting our website. A user has the right not to agree to placing cookies on their computer, which, however, limits their options for using our website. In order to prevent the saving of cookies on your device, you should change the settings in your browser.
Data collection in connection with using the Google Analytics service
Our website uses Google Analytics, which is a web analytics service. Both Google and Google Analytics use files called cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user’s computer, which allow us to analyze the way in which our website is used. Google Analytics service collects information about the operational system, browser, IP address, previously visited website (URL of the referring website), as well as the date and time of a visit. Information about the user’s use of our website generated in a text file are sent to Google server in the USA on which they are stored. Google uses such information to analyze the way in which our website is used by the user, to prepare reports concerning activity on the website for website operators, as well as to provide other services related to the use of the website and the Internet. Google discloses such information to third parties if required by law or if the third parties process the data on behalf of Google. Such use, however, is performed on an anonymous basis and involves the use of nicknames.
More information on this subject is shared by Google at: www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html
Collection and storage of data regarding use
Personal data processing
This document is the information clause pursuant to Article 13, Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, “GDPR”), for individuals (Clients) of data controller’s services.
The controller of your personal data within the meaning of Article 4.4 of the GDPR is Jeannette Fudała performing commercial activity under the name Usługi BHP Jeannette Fudała, address 03-287 Warsaw, ul. Skarbka z Gór 122E suite 47, Tax ID No 113-192-94-41, Statistical ID No: 380682077 F; email address email@example.com
Personal data of data subject is collected, processed and stored exclusively:
– in order to enter into and perform agreements for performing OHS trainings and courses
– in order to enter into and perform agreements for performing OHS services
– in order to issue certificates from conducted trainings and courses and to keep a register of issued certificates
– in order to answer questions directed to data controller using contact form available at www or email
– in order to enter and perform an agreement, if personal data is given for the purpose of performing an agreement, including also for accounting purposes (including issuing an invoice), complaint processing
– in cases when data processing takes place pursuant to a consent of data subject – within the scope and for the purpose stipulated in the content of granted consent
– for legally justified purposes of data controller, including in particular direct marketing of products and services and customer satisfaction survey
– in order to reply to an inquiry sent via a contact form on our website.
– in order to receive current information about services provided by Usługi BHP Jeannette Fudała.
Personal data of a user will not be provided to third parties if it is not necessary for provision of a service or performance of an agreement. Personal data can, however, be provided to third parties for the purposes of external debt collection or pursuing claims, as well as to suppliers responsible for IT systems service, entities providing accounting services, marketing agencies (in the scope of marketing services) as well as entities associated with the Data Controller. Our company will also provide User data to such public bodies and authorities which are authorized to obtain access to the data, as well as as part of our legal obligation to disclose them or an obligation to disclose the data pursuant to a court judgment.
In our company we take personal data protection seriously. Our employees and subcontractors are obliged to maintain confidentiality and comply with the regulations on data protection, while only persons with relevant authorizations have access to the data.
We use our best efforts to ensure that personal data are processed in the territory of the European Union, and in the case when they are processed outside its territory, to prevent their use for purposes other than the purposes for which they were collected and stored in the manner which guarantees an adequate level of security. We do not process and do not outsource personal data processing to countries outside the European Union, and in the cases when it is necessary, we ensure that the personal data will be processed solely by entities which ensure adequacy of the level of protection.
The user may, free of charge, at any time and without providing a reason, obtain information about the processing of their personal data, as well as exercise the right to access such data, demand correction, completion or change of the data concerning the user processed by our company. The user may at any time demand removal of all data recorded by our company, which concern the user (the right to be forgotten) as well as demand limitation of data processing. Every User is also entitled to transfer their data and to object to the processing of their data for justified reasons by Usługi BHP Jeannette Fudała, as the Data Controller, including direct marketing of its products and services, as well as profiling, and has the right not to be subject to a decision which is based solely on automated processing.
The user may also, at any time and without providing a reason, withdraw their consent to the processing and use of their personal data which they granted to our company. In order to do that, please go to the “Legal note” website and write an e-mail to the specified address or call the number provided. The consent may not be withdrawn if:
– a data subject does not undergo sufficient identification,
– a legal regulation allows for data processing despite a withdrawn consent.
We also reserve that:
– a data subject has the right to access their personal data and the right to obtain information about their data, however, they can actively exercise such a right not more often than once in 6 months. Frequent use of the right to information and to access personal data will be subject to fees in the amount of PLN 50.00, paid to the following bank account 6411 4020 0400 0037 0277 7902 81 before we proceed with implementing the submitted request. Such a fee constitutes justified costs borne by our company in connection with the exercise of the right to access the data, and it is permitted by law.
– a person has the right to demand removal of their personal data, in particular, if the data are not necessary for the purposes for which they were collected. However, we are not obliged to remove data when the processing is necessary for:
a) exercising rights and freedom of speech and information,
b) complying with a legal obligation to process data under the EU or Polish law or to perform a task implemented in public interest, in particular, under the Accounting Act,
c) purposes of archiving in public interest, for scientific or historical research or statistical purposes,
d) establishing, pursuing or defending claims.
We are always happy to answer any questions regarding protection and processing of personal data.
Please remember that the rules concerning data protection and their processing, for instance, as specified by Google, may be subject to continuous changes. Therefore, it is recommended and necessary to become familiar with any changes of the law and rules adopted by individual companies, e.g. Google.
Data subjects who believe that we process their personal data unlawfully may lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Office (Urząd Ochrony Danych Osobowych), ul. Stawki 2, Warsaw.
The Controller has not appointed an Inspector of Data Protection. In cases regarding personal data protection in order to exercise your rights:
– e-mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
– in writing to the registered office address
Usługi BHP Jeannette Fudała
ul. Skarbka z Gór 122 E lok. 47