The privacy of our users is important to us and we take care to safeguard it. We have updated this policy in line with the principles of the EU General Data Protection Directive that comes into effect on 25th May 2018.
Who are we?
The Working Tri21 project’s principal focus was on the social inclusion of people with disabilities, through job inclusion. It commenced on 1st September 2014 and concluded on 31st August 2016. There are 4 partners (http://workingtri21.eu/contact.html) from the UK, Italy and Spain.
What information do we collect about you?
We collect information you provide to us:
- when you complete a form we issue, whether on or off-line (for example, a survey questionnaire)
- when you attend one of our events / forums
- when we ask you for feedback to help evaluation and validation of training modules
- if you take part in any piloting of the training modules
Information might include your nationality, name, company, address, job role, education-level, time in the industry, email address, company web site and nature of disability. At no time do we mention an individual person unless otherwise agreed – all personal information is treated in confidence and aggregated. The information collected on disability was treated as sensitive data and processed accordingly.
We may also collect information about you from third parties such as:
- other stakeholders
How we use information about you?
- to help collate the results of a survey
- for further contact by email or telephone
- to advise you of the progress/completion of the project
- to invite you to events / forums
- to gather feedback from you
- to invite you to participate in a pilot of the project
Who might we share your information with?
Information is shared between the partners but this would not usually include names or other personal information, except in attendance lists at events/forums or if you volunteer to participate in a pilot programme or some other evaluation/validation event. Erasmus also has full access to the project information gathered, as their staff are tasked with monitoring and evaluating progress and whether the final outcome meets the set criteria. All information sent to Erasmus is stored in its secure servers and privacy policies are displayed in country sites – for example https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/privacy / https://www.erasmusplus.org.uk/how-we-use-cookies
What technology platforms do we use?
To store the information we used a special site called the 'Basecamp' and that is accessible to all individuals. See project/resources section for details. The web site contains a number of safeguards but does not store personal data other than any that has been agreed.
If you do not wish for cookies to be installed on your device, you can change the settings on your browser or device to reject cookies. For more information about how to reject cookies using your internet browser settings please consult the “Help” section of your internet browser (or alternatively visit http://www.aboutcookies.org). Please note that, if you do set your Internet browser to reject cookies, you may not be able to access all of the functions of our websites.
The cookie statement may be found here: http://workingtri21.eu/cookie-policy.html
What about other third party content and web sites?
How we look after your information and how long we keep it for?
We use appropriate technological and operational security measures to protect your information against any unauthorised access to or unlawful use. We will retain your information for as long as is necessary to provide you with the services that you have requested from us or for as long as the law otherwise permits.
Your rights to the information we hold about you?
You have the right to see the personal data that we keep about you, by making a request in writing to us and a small fee may be charged. You can contact us by using the details below if you are concerned.
Please advise us if you believe there has been a personal data breach and we will, if founded, report the breach to the relevant data protection authority in the country concerned without undue delay and within 72 hours of discovering the breach. Please note a reportable breach is one which is likely to result in a risk to people’s rights and freedoms. If this is not a likely consequence, the breach does not need to be reported.
This policy was last modified on 10/05/2018
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