The purpose hereof is to present you with the information relating to processing of your personal data by CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. with registered office in Gdynia, ul. Czechosłowacka 3, (81-336) – performing in the scope determined below the role of the controller of your personal data (hereinafter: ‘Controller’, ‘CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o.) in a simple, brief and transparent way. The set of the information communicated to you herein meets the requirements of Union Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, referred to as General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: ‘GDPR’).
This document is solely of informative character and does not require you to take any actions.
Purpose, scope and legal bases of processing of your personal data
CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. processes your personal data mainly in order to perform the agreement concluded between you and CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o., provide services for you, or undertake actions necessary to conclude an agreement or start providing services (under art. 6 section 1b of the General Data Protection Regulation).
Additionally, CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. can process your personal data to fulfil its legal obligations as Administrator (art. 6 section 1c of the GDPR). From time to time, CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. processes your personal data for the purposes based on the Administrator’s legitimate interest (art. 6 section 1f of the GDPR), e.g. in the scope of giving answers on the public authorities’ demand. In the remaining cases the basis for processing your data is your consent (art. 6 section 1a of the GDPR).
Purposes for which CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. can process the data due to a legitimate interest:
The provision of your personal data constitutes a contractual requirement necessary for the correct performance and conclusion of the agreement as well as providing services for you. In the scope of purposes resulting from the legal obligations, gathering data by CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. is a statutory requirement. The data provided by you will be processed by CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. only in the scope necessary for the realization of the purposes mentioned herein. If your data were not received directly from you, the source of these data, i.e. in particular name, surname, contact data such as an e-mail, or a phone number and other, necessary for the performance of the agreement, is the Contractor or other publicly available sources (KRS – National Court Register, CEIDG – Business Activity Central Register and Information Record, the Internet).
Personal data recipients
In the course of normal business activity, CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. can transfer your personal data to external recipients (subject to all safety requirements resulting from the regulations concerning personal data protection), if it is necessary in business processes and to ensure high quality of provided services and meet the legal obligations of CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. The above applies to the following categories of personal data recipients:
Data processing time
Your personal data is processed for the period that is necessary for realisation of the purposes described herein above, i.e. for the period of performance of the contract concluded between CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. and the Contractor as well as after its expiry for the period required by the legal provisions or necessary for the pursuit of the legitimate interests of the Controller.
In connection with protection of your personal data, you have a number of rights resulting from GDPR provisions. They include:
In case of using of any of the rights vested to you, CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. shall make all efforts and shall take all necessary actions in order to realise them.
We hope that the presented information has helped you to acquaint yourself with and understand the personal data processing by CRIST Offshore sp. z o.o. We make all efforts in order to ensure its compliance with the legal provisions and with the best standards guaranteeing protection of your privacy, rights and freedoms.
In case of any questions relating to your data, please contact:
Data Protection Officer
You can contact the Data Protection Officer on matters relating to the processing of personal data via e-mail to the address: email@example.com or by a letter sent to our registered office address.