PRIVACY POLICY

Aim of the privacy policy

This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) explains how we process data, including personal data, in connection with the use of the following website: http://kongrespolskachemia.pl/ (“Website”).

This Privacy Policy is the fulfilment of the information the Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council (EU) 2016/679 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 (hereinafter called GDPR) (Text with the EEA relevance) (GDPR).

Please read the information below.


Who is your personal data controller?
Your personal data controller is the Polish Association of Chemical Industry based in Warsaw, address: ul. Śniadeckich 17, 00-654 Warszawa, entered into the business register and the register of enterprises, other social and professional organisations, foundations and public health care institutions kept by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw, the 12th Commercial Department of the Polish National Court Register under KRS no. 0000015704, Tax Identification Number (NIP) 5262170390 and National Business Registry Number (REGON) 010954571 (“Controller”).


What data do we collect?
During the use of the Website, you may be asked to provide some of your personal data, in particular by filling in the contact form.

Personal data collected via contact form include the full name and the e-mail address. Providing the above data is voluntary but necessary for the handling of your inquiry.

We may also collect other personal data made available by you in the content of the inquiry. Providing such data is voluntary.


For what purposes do we process your personal data? What is the basis of processing of your personal data?
Your data shall be processed for the purposes of contact and handling your request via contact form. The basis of processing of your personal data shall be your request (Article 6(1)(b) of GDPR).

In addition, your personal data shall be processed for the purpose of establishment, pursuit or defence of claims relating to your inquiry and the ensuring of accountability (proving the fulfilment of obligations resulting from legal provisions by the Controller). The basis of processing is necessity for purposes resulting from legitimate interests pursued by the Controller (Article 6(1)(f) of GDPR).


How long do we store your personal data?
Data processed for the purposes of fulfilment of your inquiry shall be stored for a period necessary for the handling of your inquiry and further correspondence (if any). The storage period may be prolonged by the claim prescription period if the processing of your personal data is necessary for the establishment or pursuit of potential claims or the defence of such claims by the Controller.


Do we make data available to third parties?
Your personal data may be submitted to entities processing personal data upon our order (data processors); however, such entities process data on the basis of the agreement with us and the submission of these data is covered by security measures and control on our part.  Your data may also be made available to entities authorised to do so pursuant to legal provisions. Your data may be made available to other third parties only if a separate consent to making such data available is expressed.


Do we submit your personal data to third countries?
Your personal data shall not be submitted by us outside the European Economic Area (EEA).


What rights do you have with regard to personal data processed by us?
You have the right to access and amend the content of your data, the right to request the deletion of data or the restriction of their processing, the right to transfer data, the right to withdraw your consent at any time (withdrawal of the consent shall not affect the lawfulness of data processing until that time) and the right to objection.

In addition, you are entitled to file a complaint to the supervisory body protecting personal data (the President of the Personal Data Protection Office) if you believe that the processing of your personal data violates the provisions of GDPR.


Right to objection
You have the right to file an objection to the processing of your personal data for reasons relating to your special situation when processing is carried out for the fulfilment of aims resulting from legitimate interests pursued by us. In such case, we shall cease to process your data for these purposes, unless we can prove that there are valid legitimate grounds for us in relation to these data that are superior to your interests, rights and freedoms or data shall be necessary to us for the potential establishment, pursuit or defence of claims.


Do we profile your personal data or do we make decisions automatically towards you?
We do not use profiling or automatic decision-making.


How can you contact us?
All inquiries or requests within the scope described above may be submitted to us:

  1. by e-mail to: pipc|pipc.org.pl?n=44736| |pipc|pipc.org.pl;; or
  2. or in writing to: Polska Izba Przemysłu Chemicznego (Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry), ul. Śniadeckich 17, 00-654 Warszawa.

COOKIE POLICY

This cookie policy is an integral part of the Privacy Policy.

Cookies are computer data, particularly small text files saved and stored on terminal devices via which you use the Website. Then, during each successive visit, they are sent back to the Website from which they were collected or to another website that recognises the cookie concerned. Identification is carried out impersonally and anonymously; these are only data concerning the way and form of using the Website.

Cookies are safe for your terminal device. In particular, it is not possible for viruses or any other unwanted software or malicious software to reach your terminal device this way.

For more about cookies, see the Help section of your browser.

Why we use cookies

Within the Website, cookies are used for the purpose of:

  1. providing services via Website;
  2. presenting multimedia contents via Website;
  3. adapting the content of the Website to your preferences and optimising the use of web pages; in particular, these files make it possible to recognise your device and display properly the customised Website;
  4. using interactive functions for the popularisation of the Website by means of social media;
  5. creating anonymous statistical state by means of analytic tools that help to understand how you use the Website so that their structure and content could be improved;
  6. presenting advertisements in a manner adjusted to your needs and interests and your place of residence;
  7. ensuring the security and reliability of the Website.

 

Types of cookies in use

Within the Website, two primary types of cookies are used:

  1. session cookies – temporary files that are stored in your terminal device until you leave the Website or turn off the software (browser); and
  2. permanent cookies – files that are stored in your terminal device for the period specified in parameters of these cookies or until they are deleted by you.

Apart from our own Administrator’s cookies, we also use third-party cookies placed by your partners via Website, particularly for statistical needs (Google Analytics [administrator of cookies; Google Inc., USA]).

Management of cookies

You can change cookie settings independently and at any time, determining the conditions of their storage and access to your terminal device. You can make these changes using settings of your browser.

Detailed information concerning the possibility and ways of handling cookies is available in the software (browser) settings.

You can also delete cookies at any time using functions available in your browser.

The limitation of the use of cookies may affect some functionalities available on the Website.

Changes in the Privacy Policy

The offer of the Website may be extended in the course of time. Technologies, standards and legal requirements shall also change. This means that we may modify the Privacy Policy in the future. The use of the Website after the coming into force of such changes shall mean their acceptance.