1. What data we collect
Our Personal Data Protection Policy explains how your personal data are stored and used. The Personal Data Protection Policy can be consulted at the offices of Alnor Systemy Wentylacji Sp. z o.o., address: Al. Krakowska 10, 05-552 Wola Mrokowska.
The data controller of personal data received from you (the data subject) is Alnor Systemy Wentylacji Sp. z o.o. based in Warszawa at ul. Zwierzyniecka 8B, 00-719 Warszawa.
We collect the following personal information:
• first name,
• address(es) (address of residence/registered address/mailing address),
• information about educational background, professional/artistic activity,
• PESEL (Personal ID Number)/NIP (Taxpayer ID Number), ID card or passport number, driving licence number,
• e-mail address or another means of electronic communication,
• photographs of the data subject and recordings made by CCTV cameras for security and business reasons.
2. Why we collect data
We collect your personal data to provide you with the following services:
• to communicate with business partners, to send business proposals and marketing information about our own products (refers to addresses of residence and e-mail addresses, first names and surnames);
• for the purpose of recruitment activities carried out by our Company (refers to first names and surnames, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses, information obtained via social networking sites, information about professional activity and educational background);
• for the purpose of hiring employees or associates (refers to first names and surnames, addresses of residence/registered addresses/mailing addresses, PESEL, ID card numbers, phone numbers and e-mail addresses);
• for the purpose of identifying eligibility for benefits, calculating amounts due and payable from employee benefit funds, performing social security obligations (refers e.g. to the collecting of information about family members of employees);
• to assess performance of employees and efficiency of manufacturing processes, and to calculate components of salaries;
• to organize and deliver staff training;
• to verify compliance with occupational health and safety requirements.
3. How we use collected data
Your personal data are processed at the headquarters of Alnor Systemy Wentylacji Sp. z o.o. based at ul. Zwierzyniecka 8B, 00-719 Warszawa, and at the offices located at Al. Krakowska 10, 05-552 Wola Mrokowska, Poland. The data are hosted and stored at the offices of Alnor Systemy Wentylacji Sp. z o.o., address: Al. Krakowska 10, 05-552 Wola Mrokowska, Poland.
Your data will not be made accessible to any third parties unless explicitly required by law.
4. How long we store data
In accordance with the regulations under Polish law, we are required to store your documents for a maximum period of 10 years (the maximum limitation period for claims under the Civil Code) unless a longer data storage period is prescribed by special provisions of the Data Retention Policy. After this period your personal data will be deleted permanently. Any personal data retained for the purpose of sending marketing information and commercial updates will be stored by us until we are informed by the relevant data subject that he/she is no longer interested in receiving such information. For more information about our personal data retention schedule, see the Data Retention Policy.
5. Rights of data subjects
If you find your personal data to be incorrect or incomplete, you may require to be provided with access to such data and to correct or delete them. To do this, contact us using the Data Subject Access Form. The form will be sent by e-mail when requested by the data subject. Any such requests should be e-mailed to email@example.com.
If you wish to complain about how we process personal data, please contact our HR Director by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at the following address: Al. Krakowska 10, 05-552 Wola Mrokowska. Our HR Director will examine your complaint and take appropriate actions to resolve the issue in coordination with you.
If you still consider that your personal data are not processed in accordance with the rules of law, you may submit a complaint through a competent Regulatory Authority.