Your Personal Data
Petroc’s Empowering Enterprise (EE) is a Building Better Opportunities project (BBO). BBO is a programme jointly funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and The National Lottery Community Fund. The EE partnership wants you to understand how and why we use your personal data. The following gives a brief overview, and you can click on any of the titles below for more information.
- What is personal data?
Personal Data is information about you that you can be identified from, such as your name, date of birth or address. Personal data must be dealt with in a particular way following the Data Protection Principles.
- Who sees your personal data?
Petroc is the organisation that manages EE. We share your information with our EE partners and stakeholders.
- What data do we collect and why?
We need your contact details and a little background information so that we can be sure you qualify for this project, and so that we can contact you to book appointments and get your feedback.
- What authority do we have to collect your personal data?
The lawful basis for processing your data on Empowering Enterprise are Public Task and, when it comes to case studies, Consent.
- How do we store your data, and for how long?
We keep your data safe whether it is stored electronically or in hard copy. We only keep your information as long as necessary, after which time it will be destroyed.
- What are your rights?
The law provides you with lots of rights to your personal data, for example you can ask to see what data we hold about you, or you can ask us to amend data you think is not accurate.
- Who do you contact for more information?
If you have any concerns, or would like to exerise any of your rights, you can contact the Data Protection Officer at Petroc. You may also wish to contact ESF to withdraw from the Evaluation of EE.