The Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) or GDPR, has high requirements that all organizations that process personal data have clear purposes for this. Furthermore, GDPR requires a structure and a way of working that enables you as an individual to have your data processed or deleted. P&M both welcomes and follows this.
P&Ms purpose of processing personal data
In order to deliver our services, P&M needs to process personal data. For our customers, this applies, for example, to contact details. Those who participate in our surveys are usually our customers’ employees or our customers’ customers. Participation in these surveys is always voluntary and you can end a survey at any time.
P&M has inventoried the data that we collect in order to handle personal data according to regulations and to enable a clear and good dialogue with our stakeholders.
What personal data can P&M process upon consent to our policy?
Personal data is only processed if it is relevant to our mission. By personal data is meant any kind of information that can be directly or indirectly attributed to a physical, now living person. Examples of personal data are social security number, personal name, address, personal email addresses but also personal data such as health status. The GDPR includes all forms of data processing such as collection, registration, organization, structuring, storage, processing, transfer and deletion.
Personal data service agreement
P&M never sells personal data on to third parties. We share necessary personal data with suppliers in order to fulfill our commitments. For our customers, this applies, for example, to our telephone switchboard system and to respondents in surveys, this applies to our data collection system. We comply with legal, technical and organizational requirements to ensure that your information is handled securely. This is regulated via a personal data processing agreement drawn up between P&M and the supplier or customer.
Personal data processor agreements regulate who is the personal data controller and who is the personal data processor. The person in charge of personal data is the person who determines the purposes and means for the processing of personal data. Personal data assistant is the person who processes personal data on behalf of the personal data controller. Depending on the type of assignment, P&M takes one of these two roles in the assignment.
P&M’s obligation to disclose personal data
You who have personal data in our registers have a statutory right to contact P&M for the processing of your data. Such processing includes disclosure of personal data, applying for and obtaining correction of personal data, the right to withdraw consent and the right for the data subject to be forgotten. In such a matter, we refer to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can read about your statutory rights on the Swedish Data Protection Authority’s website via this link: https://www.datainspektionen.se/lagar–regler/dataskyddsforordningen/de-registrerades-rattigheter/
How long does P&M save our stakeholders’ personal data?
P&M saves personal data as long as there is a customer relationship between us or is necessary to achieve the purposes described in this policy.
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Ultimately responsible for the processing of personal data is P&M Sverige AB, 559121-9877.
Responsible data protection officer is Simon Hansson, 011-461 98 90.