Because we want to be accountable in our actions, we also want to make sure that your personal information is handled appropriately with respect for privacy. With this privacy statement, we aim to inform you about the processing of personal data in Safe to Play Oy and S2P certification.
As part of our operations, we process personal data for very different purposes. Here we have described the needs that arise in our operations for the processing of various personal data.
The premise of our operations is that we do not disclose your information to any third party. If disclosure of information is required by law or by any regulatory obligation imposed on us, we will investigate the request on a case-by-case basis to assess the lawfulness of the disclosure. In certain situations, we may also disclose your information to a third party or other data controller, if we have specifically agreed with you.
We have also entered into agreements with certain service providers who, as part of the service they provide, may process your personal information on our behalf. In these situations, we have entered into appropriate agreements with service providers and have thus ensured the proper processing of personal data in these situations as well.
We have a variety of technical and organizational methods and safeguards in place to ensure adequate information security. In addition, we restrict staff access to information through access rights based on different roles.
We will retain your information for as long as it is necessary for our operations and as required by applicable law. Storage times vary widely between different processing packages.
Right of access to your information:
You have the right to check what information we have collected about you. We may deny this request on statutory grounds. Exercising this right is, in principle, free of charge for you, except in situations where we have to combine information.
Right to request rectification, erasure or limitation of data:
You can ask us to correct incorrect information about you, as well as delete the information. In addition, you may also request a restriction on grounds provided by law.
You can opt out of direct marketing contacts.
The right to transfer your data from one system to another:
To the extent that you yourself have provided us with information that will be processed with your consent, you have the right to obtain such information in a machine-readable form, as a general rule, and to transfer this information to another controller.
Right to object:
May object to the processing of you in connection with your specific personal situation when we process your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest. These situations may involve, among other things, receiving a newsletter. You can object to the processing of your personal data in this connection by contacting us at email@example.com.
Right of appeal to the supervisory authority:
If you feel that, despite our responsibility, we have not complied with data protection regulations, you can lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.
Registration for Safe to Play training (hereafter referred to as training) is done via an online form, phone call, e-mail or any other means that can be verified later. Order confirmation will be sent to the email given by the student (hereinafter customer).
The invoicing information shall be given at the time of the order and the first pdf-invoice is included in the price. Additional invoices may be added with additional fee as given in the price list.
Safe to Play Oy sells only to corporate customers. An order can be cancelled 24 hours after ordering. Products cannot be returned.
Registration to a training can be cancelled free of charge over the period of 7 days after the registration. Later the cancellation is not possible, but the participation may be transferred to another person, even to a different company.
Due to a force major situation the participation may be transferred to the next training. However, the training is invoiced normally plus an additional € 50 per cancelled day to cover room and serving costs.
The trainings are organized in suitable and secure premises.
A customer whose behaviour disturbs the training will receive an oral request to stop. If the disturbance continues, he receives a warning in a bilateral conversation. If disturbing behaviour still continues, the student will be asked to leave and, if necessary, removed by the security personnel. A person who has been removed from the training receives a one-year ban on participating in Safe to Play training. All of his training fees and other depreciation costs, including any compensation paid for other students due to the disruption or compensation for their leaving from the training, will be charged in full.
Disputes will be resolved in the District Court of the training organiser’s home town.