Plasmotec holds personal data on the employees of its clients and on those of prospective clients, and on the employees of its suppliers and prospective suppliers. The data held is solely for the normal interaction between businesses, and will never be sold or marketed to other corporate entities.
We will only ever release personal data to relevant legally authorised bodies as required under UK law. We will monitor the reasonableness of the data that we hold for each data subject on a periodic basis, and act according to the spirit of the GDPR in relation to that data.
The personal data we hold is limited to the data subject’s title, forename, surname, job title, works telephone number, works fax number, and mobile number as applicable. Plasmotec is happy to modify or amend that data in accordance with the data subject’s wishes – please see the contact link at the bottom of this statement should you wish to check, modify or amend data held on you by Plasmotec.
Plasmotec GDPR Policy Statement
Plasmotec has undertaken the following initiatives under the GDPR:
- Awareness – Key personnel and decision makers in our organisation are aware of the GDPR legislation and understand the impact that it has on our business.
- Information held – The Business documents all personal data held, where it came from and how we use it.
- Individuals’ rights - Key personnel and decision makers in our organisation are aware of the GDPR legislation and understand the impact that it has on our business.
- Data subject’s access requests – The Business has procedures in place to comply with a data subjects requests under GDPR legislation.
- Lawful Basis – The Business has a lawful basis for holding and processing the personal data under GDPR legislation.
- Consent – The Business has reviewed and documented how we seek, record and hold personal data under GDPR legislation.
The GDPR includes the following rights for individuals:
The right to be informed
The right to access
The right to rectification
The right to erasure (sometimes known as the “right to be forgotten”)
The right to restrict processing
The right to data portability
The right to object
Rights in relation to automated decision making including profiling
For more detail on the individuals’ rights and the data holder / user’s obligations and responsibilities under the GDPR, please see the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) web site at https://ico.org.uk.