we kindly inform that CURTIS HEALTH CAPS SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ, adress: ul. Batorowska 52, 62-081 Przeźmierowo,
(entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court Poznań-Nowe Miasto and Wilda in Poznań, VIII Commercial Department – National Court Register under NCR no. 379156, REGON: 631513107, NIP: 7810041371) is the Controller of your personal data ( hereinafter referred to as the “Controller”)
- According to the article 13 and article 14 of the general regulation on the protection of personal data dated April 27, 2016 (Dz. Urz. L 119/1, 4/05/2016, hereinafter referred to as the “Regulation” or “RODO”), below we present you all information concerning the processing of your personal data, as well as the rights to which you are entitled in relation to the processing.
- The Controller implemented relevant procedures and securities aiming at ensuring safety, confidentiality and integrity of the processed personal data. The access to the data has been entrusted only to authorized people to the extent necessary for carrying out the commissioned tasks.
- Moreover, the Collector takes up all necessary actions, including technical and organizational solutions, ensuring the adequacy of applied securities to identify threats.
Contact with the Controller
- In matters regarding personal data, please contact the Controller via e-mail at the following address: email@example.com. All inquiries, complaints and requests regarding the processing of personal data and the rights of data subjects should be directed via the means of communication indicated above
- In case of any doubts as to the protection and rules of personal data processing, we will gladly provide you with additional information.
Aims and objectives of processing:
- Your personal data will be used by the Controller for the sole purpose of:
a. answering the inquiries filed through electronic mail (article 6 paragraph 1 letter a and b RODO);
b. communicating by exchanging electronic correspondence with e-mail server on the com.pl domain (article 6 paragraph 1 letter a and b RODO);
c. concluding and executing agreements (article 6 paragraph 1 letter b RODO);
d. fulfilling the Collector’s obligations towards state institutions, resulting from legal provisions, such as Tax Offices and Social Security Office, etc. (article 6 paragraph 1 letter c RODO);
e. carrying out by the Collector the internal analytics and reporting for captive use, related to the improving of the Collector’s activities and the postal domain (article 6 paragraph 1 letter f RODO);
f. direct marketing of the Collector’s own goods or services (article 6 paragraph 1 letter f RODO);
g. asserting own rights or protecting against claims (article 6 paragraph 1 letter f RODO).
Categories of relevant personal data
- The Controller may collect the following data:
from people whom the data concerns:
- name and surname;
- e-mai adress;
- registered office / delivery address;
- company’s name, NIP or REGON numer, head quater’s adress;b. from employees and representatives of our Clients/potential Clients:
- name and surname;
- e-mail address;
- phone number;
- job position/function;
- Client’s data, address and identification numbers.
- The Controller can collect and process other personal data if they are proved necessary for the realization of other aims.
- Providing the above data is voluntary, however it may be necessary to achieve the above-mentioned aims or conclude an agreement. Failure to provide them may result in the non-conclusion of the agreement or failure to obtain information on the submitted queries.
Source of personal data
- The source of personal data processed by the Controller are:
a. in the case of collecting data directly from people whom the data concerns – this person;
b. in the case of processing data of the (potential) Client’s employees ¾ their employer/principal;
c. in the case of processing data of the representatives of the (potential) Clients ¾ the client/potential client or publicly available registers.
Recipients of personal data
- Personal data provided by you will be made available to people working in collaboration with the Collector and under his control. Personal data may also be transferred to entities cooperating with the Collector as part of the implementation of the above-mentioned purposes (e.g. entities providing accounting services, IT services, legal services or subcontractors), as well as may be transferred to third parties in connection with the Collector’s exercise of its rights and obligations (Tax offices, Courts, Bailiffs, etc.).
Period of data retention
- Your personal data will be stored:
a. in the case of personal data processing connected to the execution of the concluded agreement – throughout its duration or
b. in the case of processing your personal data as employees/representatives of our Client – throughout the period of collaboration between the Collector and the entity for which you are an employee/representative or
c. in the case when the foundation of the processing is a given consent- throughout the period for which it was expressed or until its revocation or
d. time needed to accomplish other aims
- Personal data may also be stored after the above-mentioned periods for the period required by law or the period needed by the Collector to protect or assert his rights.
Rights of people whose personal data are being processed by the Collector
- Within the scope of your personal data processed by the Collector, you have the following rights:
Right to withdraw the given consent (basis: article 7 paragraph 3 RODO):
In case when personal data processing takes place on the basis of your given consent, you have the right to revoke it anytime. Consent revocation is effective from the moment of filing a statement on consent revocation.
It should be clarified, that revoking the consent for personal data processing may result in the Collector’s inability to meet his obligations, which may in fact prevent the Collector from acting on behalf of the User.
Right to access your personal data (basis: article 15 RODO):
You have the right to access all your personal data together with the right to access information about such data, including the purposes of processing, the categories of the processed data, recipients or the processing period. At the User’s request, the Collector will provide a copy of the personal data which are subject to processing. If no other form of data transmission is indicated, they will be provided electronically. The preparation and delivery of the first copy of the data is free of charge. For any subsequent requests the Collector can collect a fee in a reasonable amount resulting from administrative costs.
Right to request the rectification of personal data (basis: article 16 RODO):
You have the right to rectify your data which are processed by the Collector if they are incorrect. The User also has the right to supplement incomplete personal data (taking into consideration the purposes of processing), including through providing an additional declaration.
Right to request the deletion of personal data (basis: article 17 RODO):
You have the right to be forgotten, as part of which you may request that the Collector deletes your personal data and ask the Collector to inform other collectors to whom the data have been made available about the need to delete links to these data, its copies or replications. The above rights depend on the occurrence of any of the following situations:
a. personal data are no longer essential to achieve goals for the sake of which they have been collected or processed in any other way;
g. there has been a withdrawal of the given consent for personal data processing; which was the only legal base for processing of these data;
c. an objection has been raised for reasons related to your special situation regarding personal data processing in a so-called legitimate interests pursued by the Collector and there will be no overriding legitimate grounds for processing;
d. an objection has been raised against personal data processing as a part of direct marketing;
e. personal data has been processed unlawfully;
f. deletion of data is necessary to comply with the legal obligation provided for in European Union law or the law of the Republic of Poland.
Right to request limiting your personal data processing (basis: article 18 RODO):
You have the right to limit the processing of your personal data in the following cases:
a. in the case of questioning the correctness of personal data – for the period allowing the Collector to check the correctness of these data;
b. when the processing is unlawful and the User opposes the removal of personal data, requesting instead to limit their use;
c. when the Collector no longer needs personal data for processing purposes, but they are needed by the User to establish, assert or defend claims;
d. when the user raised an objection pursuant to article 21 paragraph 1 against processing – until it is determined, whether the legitimate grounds on the part of the Collector override the grounds of the User’s objection.
It should be noted that a request to limit personal data processing may result in the Collector’s inability to meet his obligations, which may in fact prevent the Collector from acting on behalf of the User.
Right to transfer your personal data (basis: article 20 RODO):
You have the right to transfer personal data processed by the Collector in an automated manner or on the basis of a consent or an agreement under which you may request:
a. to receive your personal data provided to the Collector on the basis of consent or contract or in connection with the User’s request to take action before the conclusion of the contract and data which the Collector processes in an automated manner;
b. to send the above mentioned data without hindrance;
c. to send the above mentioned data to another collector, if it is technically possible;
The above law entitles you to receive the abovementioned data in a structured, commonly used machine-readable format.
Right to object to the processing of your personal data (basis: article 21 RODO):
You have the right to object to:
a. processing by the Collector of the User’s personal data for marketing purposes,
b. processing by the Collector of the User’s personal data for the purposes resulting from the so-called legitimate interests pursued by the Collector. Such objection should result from reasons related to your special situation. The Collector will not be allowed to process these personal data, unless the existence of important legally valid grounds for processing will be demonstrated, which are overriding your interests, rights and freedom or grounds for establishing, asserting and defending claims.
It should be noted that objecting to personal data processing may result in the Collector’s inability to meet his obligations, which may in fact prevent the Collector from acting on behalf of the user.
Right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory body
- You have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection when he/she recognizes that the processing of personal data violates the provisions of the Regulation.
Profiling, automated decision making, third countries
- Your personal data will not be processed in an automated manner. They will also not be profiled. The Collector does not provide for transferring your data to third countries.
Acceptance of conditions