Your Personal Data: What SBDN Needs
The enrolment form includes your name, address, details of your child including date of birth plus further detail on any specific medical and other relevant health-care details, and history necessary to allow us to ensure the welfare and safety of your child. Because of the sensitive nature of much this information, you will be asked to confirm your consent for us to collect and hold the information before it does so.
In addition to this, SBDN will, at your request and again with your consent, gather additional information on your nationality, religion, and ethnic origin, if you believe this to be an important factor in providing the appropriate care and support for your child.
The enrolment form also collects the contact details and phone numbers of your child’s emergency contacts and authorised collectors. You are required to ensure these persons agree to their information being stored and you will be asked to confirm this on the enrolment form.
The Funding Forms may collect personal data including your PPS number and your social welfare status. This is only collected to allow us process funding applications on your behalf to allow you access subsidies or free care and education for your child (where eligible and applicable).
Why SBDN Needs Data/Purpose of the Processing
SBDN needs your basic personal data to provide you with its services in line with this overall contract. SDBN will not collect any personal data from you it does not need to provide and oversee this service to you.
What SBDN Does with Data/Disclosure
All the personal data is processed by management or by staff designated by Management. To deliver our services effectively, we may need to exchange your details with:
SBDN has a Data Protection Policy in place to oversee the effective and secure processing of your personal data.
How Long the Service Keeps Data/Retention Period and Criteria Used
SBDN will keep your and your child’s personal data for as long as he or she remains within SBDN, and for the period afterwards required by the relevant statutory and legislative guidelines that apply. More information on SBDN’S retention policies can be found by contacting the Manager directly at the addresses given below.
What are your rights?
If you wish to see what information SBDN holds on you or your child, simply contact the Manager either by post or email and we will endeavour to respond to you within 30 days of receipt of your request.
If at any point you believe the information SBDN processes on you is incorrect, you may request to have it corrected. You can contact the Manager at the address shown below. If you wish to raise a complaint on how SBDN has handled your personal data, you can also contact the Manager.
Data Controller: St. Brigid’s Day Nursery, D01RY94
Manager Deirdre Lee
Data Protection. Officer St. Brigid’s Day Nursery
Mountjoy Square Park North
If you are not satisfied with our response or believe SBDN is not processing your personal data in accordance with the law, you can complain directly to the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner at:
|Postal Address||Data Protection Commissioner
R32 AP23 Co. Laois