|DATA PROTECTION OFFICER (DPO)||
The process aims to manage professional training and refreshment courses addressed both to the IZSVe operators and to external users.
|LEGAL GROUND FOR THE PROCESSING||
The processing of personal data is linked to compliance with a legal obligation, compliance with contractual obligations, as well as discharge of an institutional task.
|LEGITIMATE INTEREST OF DATA CONTROLLER||
The processing of personal data is founded on the legitimate interest of the Data Controller, such as the execution of tasks and obligations laid down for the ordinary management of training courses (ECM-accredited or otherwise), particularly as regards the management of: registration, attendance, verification of learning and issuance of certificates, as well as user assistance and tutorship
|MANDATORY NATURE OF DATA PROVISION||
The provision of data is mandatory to further the purposes of performing and managing training activities, including the use of technical cookies for the due operation of the IZSVE platforms dedicated to training, as well as for compliance with any tax obligations.
The provision of data is optional for the purposes of marketing the training products and/or services offered by IZSVE. In particular for the elaboration of studies, researches, market statistics; sending advertising and informational material, commercial information or surveys to improve the service (customer satisfaction).
|CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO PROVIDE DATA||
||Failure to provide the mandatory personal data prevents the Data Controller from performing services to the data subject, including, but not limited to, impossibility to register for and take part in training initiatives and resultant issuance of certificates, and possible acquisition of ECM credits|
|POSSIBLE RECEIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA||
||The data may be communicated to subsidiaries and associates of the Data Controller, as well as to advisers, or even to third parties delegated to perform technical maintenance activities on the platforms dedicated to training that operate, in the name and on behalf of the Data Controller as well, to perform the services associated with the purposes indicated in this policy, both inside and outside the EU (in the latter case, we would be dealing exclusively with subjects affiliated to the Privacy Shield protocol).
In particular, in the event of ECM-accredited courses, the data will be transmitted to the National Agency for the Regional Health Services (AGENAS) of the Ministry of Health.
The data will be processed throughout the duration of the relationship and/or the services requested and subsequently as well, to comply with legal obligations and for administrative purposes.
|DATA SUBJECT’S RIGHTS||Rights (Articles 15 – 22 of GDPR):
||Each data subject has the right of access, rectification, erasure (right to be forgotten), restriction of processing, receipt of notification in the event of rectification, erasure or restriction of processing, data portability, right to object, right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, by the databases owned by IZSVE, under Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR.
The Data Controller will provide a reply as soon as possible and in any event within 1 month from receipt of the request.
|RIGHT TO REVOKE CONSENT||
||This consent may be revoked at any time by
|COMPLAINTS||Grievance (Article 77 of GDPR):
||The data subject is entitled to lodge a grievance under Article 77 ff. of the GDPR with a supervisory authority, which for the Italian State is identified with the Personal Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali).
The forms, modalities and timeframes of instituting grievance actions are laid down and regulated by the national legislation in force.
The grievance does not exclude administrative and jurisdictional actions, which for the Italian State may be alternatively instituted before said Authority or the competent Court.
Having read the policy, I hereby grant my consent to the processing of the data for the purposes and within the scope of the other information provided above
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