GDPR

INFORMATION ON PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA AT PSP FLORIAN

 

  1. Portowa Straż Pożarna FLORIAN sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Gdańsk, ul. mjr. H. Sucharskiego 71, 80-601, Gdańsk is the controller of your personal data.

  2. You may contact the Management Board at the following e-mail address: sekretariat@pspflorian.pl in cases connected with your data.

  3. Your personal data shall only be processed for purposes for which they have been collected.

  4. Your personal data may be shared only for the fulfilment of a processing purpose.

  5. Your personal data shall not be transferred outside of the European Economic Area or to international organisations.

  6. Your personal data shall be stored for the period resulting from the law.

  7. You are entitled to access, rectify, transfer, remove your data or limit their processing.

  8. You are entitled to object to any further processing and in case of giving consent to process your personal data, to withdraw that consent. If you exercise your right to withdraw the consent, it will not influence their processing that took place before the withdrawal.

  9. You are entitled to file a complaint to the supervisory body.

  10. Portowa Straż Pożarna FLORIAN sp. z o.o. hereby informs you that neither automated decisions, nor profiling, are applied during the processing of your personal data.

The detailed information concerning the Personal Data Protection Policy of Portowa Straż Pożarna FLORIAN sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Gdańsk is available here.

 

COOKIES POLICY

 

POLITYKA PRYWATNOŚCI

The owner of the PSP FLORIAN webpage strives to use the best practices and treat all Users in a fair and transparent manner. By using this webpage, you accept that we use cookies to give you the best browsing experience. Cookies used on our webpages do not collect information that enables the identification of users. We use Google Analytics, which has its own privacy policy. The privacy policy of Google Analytics.

 

WHAT ARE COOKIES?

Nowadays, basically all webpages use cookie files. Cookies are small pieces of text stored on a terminal equipment of a user. They are created by your browser and store settings and information necessary (often essential) for the proper operation of a site. When you access a site using the same device, the browser may check if there are cookies storing important information and resend them to the visited webpage that has previously saved them on your device. The webpage may thus identify whether the user has visited it before and, for example, match the presented content to the recipient.

 

ADVANTAGES OF COOKIES

Cookies make it easier for a user to browse webpages he/she has previously visited. If the user uses the same device and browser as before, her/his preferences may be remembered, which helps to display the webpage in a proper way, adapted to her/his individual needs. Cookies enable to create statistics helping to understand how users browse a webpage, which makes it possible to improve its structure and content. Moreover, it allows to maintain the User’s session of a webpage (after logging); thanks to that, no subsequent subpage requires a repeated login.

 

CONTROLLING AND REMOVING COOKIES

A user may change the method of using cookies at any time. Most browsers enable to accept or reject all cookies, accept only some types, or inform a user every time a webpage tries to save them. A user may also easily delete cookies that have already been saved on a device that uses a browser. Options connected with the management and deleting of cookies vary depending on a browser used. A user may find all necessary information using the function Help in his/her browser or by visiting the webpage http://www.aboutcookies.org/, where it has been described how to control and delete cookies on most popular browsers. Remember that blocking all cookies may result in difficulties in the operation or may completely prevent using some functions of a webpage.

 

COOKIES USED BY THE WEBPAGE

The site uses cookies that may be divided as follows:

  • ‘essential’ – files enabling the use of services available within the Service, e.g. sustaining a session after a user has logged in
  • ‘functional’ -  files enabling ‘remembering’ the chosen settings and influencing the personalisation of an interface
  • ‘securing’ – supporting the provision of security
  • ‘performance’ – files that enable collecting information about the usage of a site

 

HOW TO CHANGE COOKIE SETTINGS IN YOUR BROWSER?

Information concerning the change of cookies settings in specific browsers is available on the webpages listed below:

 

Information for mobile devices is available on the pages mentioned below:

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Contact us

The Training and Vocational Development Centre, Portowa Straż Pożarna FLORIAN sp. z o.o.
ul. mjr. H. Sucharskiego 71
80-601 Gdańsk, Polska

516 089 692

osrodek@pspflorian.pl

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