On May 25, 2018, new provisions on the protection of personal data entered into force. Therefore, we would like to present you with information from which you will learn how we process your personal data and what rights you are entitled to in this connection.
Who is the administrator of your data?
The administrator of your personal data, i.e. the entity that decides about the purposes and methods of processing your personal data, is
Schraner Polska Sp. z o.o.
ul. Lotnicza 21 G,
How to contact us?
In all matters regarding your personal data, you can contact us by calling +48 24 721 02 27 or by writing to us at email@example.com
What data do we process about you and where do we get it from?
We process the data that you provided to us when concluding a training contract with us or via the contact form. This is data that has been entered into the contract form, such as identification, address and contact details. You could and can update or supplement these data while contacting us during our cooperation. We also process data regarding our cooperation that arise during the implementation of the contract concluded with you, such as the history of your orders. If you are not our client, but a contact person for our client, e.g. a company or institution where you work, we only process your contact details such as your business phone number or business e-mail address, as well as your name and surname, if you have given us . However, the new rules on personal data do not apply to such processing of personal data, nor do most of the information provided below.
For what purpose and on what basis do we process your personal data?
We process your personal data primarily because it is necessary to perform the contract concluded with you – in order to implement its provisions, including our services for you – telephone orders and through our website, the contact tab and enable you to contact us, verify Your identity when you contact us. The processing of your data is also necessary to fulfill our legal obligations, i.e. for tax and accounting purposes. We also process your data because it is necessary to achieve the goals of our legitimate interests.
On this basis, we process data for the purposes of:
conducting marketing of our products and services to you, including direct marketing consisting in contacting you in order to present you our offers or promotions, including – with your consent, when it is required by law – by e-mail or by phone,
organization of loyalty programs, contests and promotional campaigns in which you can take part
debt recovery, pursuing our claims against you, conducting court, arbitration and mediation proceedings, assessing and implementing your claims against us, as well as defending against your claims, if they are unjustified,
analyzing cooperation with you in order to improve it, improve the quality of our services, evaluate and improve the functioning of our company, propose new terms of cooperation or terminate the contract with you,
conducting statistical analyzes,
handling your notifications in matters not directly related to the implementation of the contract concluded with you,
archiving and ensuring settlement (showing compliance with our obligations under the law).
Is the provision of your data obligatory?
Providing your personal data entered into the contract form is a condition for concluding a contract with you. Without you providing your personal data, we will not be able to conclude a contract with you, and consequently you will not be able to become our client. The provisions of the contract oblige you to update your data provided in the contract in the event of their change. Failure to update the data may mean that we will not be able to contact you in matters related to the contract, which may hinder or prevent its implementation. If you are a VAT payer, providing data for the purpose of issuing an invoice is a statutory requirement and is mandatory. In the remaining scope, providing data is voluntary.
Who can we transfer your personal data to?
We do not transfer or intend to transfer your personal data to any third parties, except for:
public authorities, such as the police or the prosecutor’s office, if they ask us for your data as part of a specific proceeding under the law,
entities that act on our behalf and on our behalf and process your personal data on our behalf and for our needs. These are, for example, companies that provide support in the field of archiving and document management, handling IT resources, direct marketing of our products or services.