GDPR – full information clause

Personnel Recruitment, Recruitment of Contractors, Human Resources, Sales, Accounting and Marketing

Pursuant to Art. 13, Points 1 and 2 of the General Data Protection Regulation of 27 April 2016 (hereinafter referred to as GDPR) this is to inform you that

your Personal Data Controller (hereinafter referred to as PDC) is PLANTIN spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowa (limited liability limited partnership), hereinafter referred to as PLANTIN, with its head office at 16, Zbyszka z Bogdanca, 31-979 Krakow, and its principal place of business at 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Slomniki, Poland; e-mail address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl, website: https://www.plantin.com.pl, entered by the District Court for Krakow-Srodmiescie in Krakow, XI Commercial Division of the Polish National Court Register, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the Polish National Court Register under number: 0000705557, NIP (tax identification number): 678171369, REGON (business entity identification number): 368904469.

1. Personnel Recruitment

1) The PLANTIN Data Controller (hereinafter referred to as PDC) did not appoint a Personal Data Protection Inspector. A Personal Data Protection Officer is the right person to contact for data protection in the company. All issues concerning data protection should be sent to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl, or to PLANTIN’S postal address at: 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Słomniki, Poland (with the following annotation on the envelope: Dane osobowe/Personal Data) or may be reported over the phone, calling at: +48 126 431 520 or 790 261 111 (Human Resources).

2) PLANTIN limited liability limited partnership (hereinafter referred to as PLANTIN) does hereby inform you that it shall process your Data for the purpose of:
a) conducting recruitment for the position you have applied your CV, i.e.: assessing your qualifications and abilities and skills required to work at a given position as well as selecting appropriate person/s for employing them in PLANTIN
b) processing your contact data for the requirements of further personnel recruitments pursuant to your separate consent (its purpose shall be described in detail in the content of your consent).
3) The legal grounds for processing your Personal Data (hereinafter referred to as Data) include the following:
a) a legal regulation and employment contract – Art. 221, §1 of the Polish Labour Code and the processing required for concluding an employment contract within the following Data: name(s) and surname, parents’ names, date of birth, place of residence (postal address), education and the course of employment to date
b) your consent to processing your Data mentioned in your CV or in your covering letter if you are giving Data other than name(s) and surname, your parents’ names, date of birth, place of residence (postal address), education and the course of employment to date
c) a justified interest of PLANTIN – within the range of the Data collected during the interview and from the results of qualifying tests; PDC possesses a justified interest in investigating your skills and abilities, which is indispensable for assessing whether you are the right person for the adverstised position.
4) Your Data may be transferred to the following recipients:
a) business entities entrusted by PLANTIN with carrying out personal data processing pursuant to the force of law, or
b) companies with whom PDC has concluded contracts for entrusting them with data processing pursuant to the requirements of PDC (e.g. IT services providers).
5). The provision of Data is voluntary; however, failure to provide any of the mandatory information described in Art. 221, §1 of the Polish Labour Code shall result in your inability to participate in the recruitment process.
6) Your Data shall be stored for a period of time from providing them till:
a) the moment of finishing the recruitment process for the position you applied for, or
b) till the moment of withdrawing your consent (within the range of the Data you have granted your consent to the processing)
c) in the case of providing your Data for conducting further personnel recruitments, not longer than for the period of 10 months unless your conset has been withdrawn earlier.
7) You have the right to:
a) withdraw your consent to processing your Data at any time – within the range in which your Data were processed pursuant to your consent; withdrawing your consent shall not infringe the right to processing which has already been conducted pursuant to your consent before your withdrawal; you may withdraw your consent by sending a statement about your withdrawal to the postal address of PDC mentioned in Point 2 above or to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl
b) request acess to the content of your Data (i.e. obtain information about their processing and receive their copies)
c) rectify or correct your Data
d) delete your Data
e) limit the processing of your Data
f) raise an objection to further processing of your Data due to your specific situation – in the case when your Data are processed pursuant to a legally justified interest of PDC
g) transfer your data, i.e. the right to receive from PDC your Data in a commonly used computerised format suitable for machine reading – within the range of Data processed by PDC pursuant to the agreement concluded with you or based on your consent; you can transfer those data to another data controller or request PDC to transfer them provided their transfer by PDC is technically possible.

8) In order to exercise the above-mentioned rights you need to contact the PLANTIN Personal Data Protection Officer whose particulars are mentioned in Point 1 above. In order to verify whether you may exercise the rights granted, you may be asked by the Personal Data Protection Officer to provide additional information. The range of the above-mentioned rights and the situations when they may be exercised result from legally binding provisions.
9) You have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection [Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych] (formerly Inspector General for Personal Data Protection [GIODO]) when you decide that the processing of your Data infringes the EU Regulation on Data Protection of 27 April 2016. Further information regarding customer complaints is available at: https://giodo.gov.pl/579.
10) Your Data shall not be transferred outside the European Union or to any international organisations.

11) PLANTIN under no circumstances shall take any decisions based solely on automated processing, including profiling its customers, i.e. no decisions resulting in legal effects or in a similar way significantly affecting you shall be based solely on automatic processing of your Data and shall be bound with such an automatically taken decision.

12) This is to inform you that PDC, in regard to numerous frauds and false job advertisements, at any stage of their recruitment shall not require from their applicants any fees or photocopies of their identity documents.

2. Recruitment of Contractors

1) The PLANTIN Data Controller (hereinafter referred to as PDC) did not appoint a Personal Data Protection Inspector. A Personal Data Protection Officer is the right person to contact for data protection in the company. All issues concerning data protection should be sent to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl, or to PLANTIN’S primary place of business at the following postal address: 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Słomniki, Poland (with the following annotation on the envelope: Dane osobowe/Personal Data) or may be reported over the phone, calling at: +48 126 431 520 or 790 261 111 (Human Resources).

2) PLANTIN limited liability limited partnership (hereinafter referred to as PLANTIN) does hereby inform you that it shall process your Data for the purpose of:
a) assessing your qualifications and abilities and skills indispensable for conducting a selection of an appropriate persons(s) for rendering services for the sake of PLANTIN, pursuant to an appropriate civil law agreement;
b) processing your contact data in order to keep you informed about searching of an appropriate person(s) by PDC for rendering services for PLANTIN, pursuant to your separate consent (its purpose shall be described in detail in the content of your consent).

3) The legal grounds for processing your Data include the following:
a) civil law agreement – processing indispensable for concluding, among others, a contract for a specific task, fee-for-task agreement or an agreement for rendering services within the range of the following Data: name(s) and surname, PESEL (personal identity number) number, place of residence (postal address), education, experience to date in performing activities of a given type;
b) your consent to processing Data mentioned in your CV or covering letter if you are providing other Data than the above-mentioned;
c) a justified interest of PLANTIN – within the range of Data obtained during interviews with the representative of PDC and results of tests conducted in order to verify your abilities and qualifications; PDC has a justified interest in examining your abilities and skills – it is required for assessing whether you are an appropriate person to perform the activities determined by PDC.
4) Your Data may be transferred to the following recipients:
a) business entities or competent authorities entrusted by PLANTIN to receive them pursuant to legally binding provisions;
b) companies with whom PDC has concluded contracts for entrusting them with Data processing pursuant to PDC requirements (e.g. IT services providers).

5) The provision of Data is voluntary; however, PDC does hereby inform you that failure to provide any of the mandatory information shall result in the company being unable to assess your skills, abilities and qualifications, which means that it shall not be possible for PLANTIN to decide whether you are the right person to perform activities for the sake of PLANTIN.

6) Your Data shall be stored for a period of time from the moment of providing them to PLANTIN till:
a) the moment of completing PDC’s searching for a person suitable for performing for its sake the activities mentioned in the job advertisement for which you have provided a reply, or;
b) till the moment of your withdrawal of your consent (within the range of Data for the processing of which you have granted your consent);
c) in the case of providing Data for the sake of conducting further recruitment not longer than for a period of 10 months unless your consent is withdrawn earlier.

7) You have the right to:
a) withdraw your consent to processing your Data at any time – within the range in which they are processed pursuant to your consent; your withdrawal shall not infringe the right to processing which was conducted pursuant to your consent before its withdrawal; you may withdraw your consent by sending a statement about such a withdrawal to the postal address of PDC mentioned in Point 1 above or to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl;
b) request access to your Data (obtain information about Data processing and request their photocopies);
c) rectify or correct your Data;
d) delete your Data;
e) limit the processing of your Data;
f) raise your objection to further processing of your Data due to your specific situation – in the case when your Data are processed pursuant to legally justified interest of PDC;
d) transfer your Data, i.e. the right to receive from PDC your Data in a commonly used computerised format suitable for machine reading – within the range of Data processed by PDC pursuant to the agreement concluded with you based on your consent; you can transfer those Data to another data controller or request PDC to transfer them to another data controller provided it is technically possible.

8) In order to exercise the above-mentioned rights you need to contact the PLANTIN Personal Data Protection Officer whose particulars are mentioned in Point 1 above. In order to verify whether you may exercise the rights granted, you may be asked by the Personal Data Protection Officer to provide additional information. The range of the above-mentioned rights and the situations when they may be exercised result from legally binding provisions.
9) You have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection [Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych] (formerly Inspector General for Personal Data Protection [GIODO]) when you decide that the processing of your Data infringes the EU Regulation on Data Protection of 27 April 2016. Further information regarding customer complaints is available at: https://giodo.gov.pl/579.
10) Your Data shall not be transferred outside the European Union or to any international organisations.

11) PLANTIN under no circumstances shall take any decisions based solely on automated processing, including profiling its customers, i.e. any decisions resulting in you any legal effects or in a similar way signigficantly affecting you shall not be based solely on automated processing of personal data and shall not be bound with such an automatically undertaken decision.
12) This is to inform you that PDC, in regard to numerous frauds and false job advertisements, at any stage of their recruitment shall not require from their applicants any fees or photocopies of their identity documents.

3. Human Resources (HR) Department

1) The PLANTIN Data Controller (hereinafter referred to as PDC) did not appoint a Personal Data Protection Inspector. A Personal Data Protection Officer is the right person to contact for data protection in the company. All issues concerning data protection should be sent to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl, or to PLANTIN’S primary place of business at the following postal address: 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Słomniki, Poland (with the following annotation on the envelope: Dane osobowe/Personal Data) or may be reported over the phone, calling at: +48 126 431 520 or 790 261 111 (Human Resources).

2) PDC shall process your Data in the documentation included in the HR files.

3) PDC shall protect your Data pursuant to:
a) your consent, previously granted by you, which retains its validity pursuant to the stipulations of the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection;
b) the execution of the agreement concluded with you;
c) fulfilling legal obligation resting on PDC (e.g. processing Data included in the documentation recquired by the regulations of the insurance law and the Polish Civil Code in the case of employment pursuant to the employment contract).

4) The collection of Data includes, among others, name, surname, employment history, qualifications, bank account number, amount of remuneration, address of residence, email address, telephone number, information on the state of health and family situation within the range indispensable for accomplishing the employee entitlements resulting from the regulations concerning social insurance.

5) Your Data may be transferred to the following recipients:
a) entities or competent authorities entrusted by PLANTIN to receive them pursuant to legally binding provisions;
b) companies with whom PDC has concluded contracts for entrusting them with data processing pursuant to PDC requirements (e.g. IT services providers).

6) Your Data shall be stored for a period of time of your employment and after its termination for a period of time allowed for laying claims which PDC is entitled to or which are applied to them and against them, and during a required period of storing documentation concerning employment and personal files set pursuant to the regulations of law binding/the period of time the civil law agreement is in force and after its termination for a period of time allowed for laying claims which PDC is entitled to or which are applied to them and aginst them*.

7) You have the right to:
a) withdraw your consent to process your Data at any time – within the range in which they are processed pursuant to your consent; your withdrawal shall not infringe the right to processing which was conducted pursuant to your consent before its withdrawal; you may withdraw your consent by sending a statement about such a withdrawal to the postal address of PDC mentioned in Point 1 above or to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl;
b) request access to your Data (obtain information about Data processing and request their photocopies);
c) rectify or correct your Data;
d) delete your Data;
e) limit the processing of your Data;
f) raise your objection to further processing of your Data due to your specific situation – in the case when your Data are processed pursuant to legally justified interest of PDC;
g) transfer your Data, i.e. the right to receive from PDC your Data in a commonly used computerized format suitable for machine reading – within the range of Data processed by PDC pursuant to the agreement concluded with you based on your consent; you can transfer those Data to another data controller or request PDC to transfer them to another data controller provided it is technically possible.

8) In order to exercise the above-mentioned rights you need to contact the PLANTIN Personal Data Protection Officer whose particulars are mentioned in Point 1 above. In order to verify whether you may exercise the rights granted, you may be asked by the Personal Data Protection Officer to provide additional information. The range of the above-mentioned rights and the situations when they may be exercised result from legally binding provisions.

9) You have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection [Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych] (formerly Inspector General for Personal Data Protection [GIODO]) when you decide that the processing of your Data infringes the EU Regulation on Data Protection of 27 April 2016. Further information regarding customer complaints is available at: https://giodo.gov.pl/579.
10) Your Data shall not be transferred outside the European Union or to any international organizations.

4. Principal activity and marketing

1. The provision of Personal Data (hereinafter referred to as Data) is voluntary. In the case of failure to provide Data, the accomplishment of the aims mentioned in Point 3a and 3b below shall not be possible.

2. The PLANTIN Data Controller (hereinafter referred to as PDC) did not appoint Personal Data Protection Inspector. A Personal Data Protection Officer is the right person to contact for Data in the company. All issues concerning Data should be sent to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl or to PLANTIN’S postal address at: 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Słomniki, Poland (with the following annotation on the envelope: Dane osobowe/Personal Data) or reported over the phone, calling at: +48 126 431 520.

3. Your Data shall be processed by PDC solely for the purpose of:

a) making the services of the Sales Department at the Data Controller’s Customer Service Department rendered, i.e.: conveying information concerning the articles on offer, accomplishing actions undertaken at your request prior to concluding the contract (e.g. collecting the Data mentioned in the Purchase Order Form), concluding and accomplishing the contract (sale of products) for the sake of the business and agricultural activity carried out and recovering the amounts due and keeping them on file;

b) making other services of the Sales Department at the Data Controller’s Customer Service Department rendered, i.e.: conveying information over the phone, sending by email or in a traditional letter – dispatched by means of the Polish Post – correspondence concerning the status of purchase orders, the recovery of the amounts due, the handling of Customer’s complaints or the organisation of purchase order shipments;

c) conveying marketing information over the phone, sending by email or in a traditional letter – dispatched by means of the Polish Post – marketing materials, i.e. catalogues of plant varieties, current price lists, offers with price lists, seasonal holiday greetings and planting recommendations (planting recommendations shall be sent at the express request of the Customer).

4. The recipients of your Data shall be:
a) the organisations authorized to process Data pursuant to the provisions of law governing data processing;
b) companies with whom PDC concluded contracts for entrusting them with Data processing, e.g. within the scope of managing IT systems or accountancy.

5. Your Data provided within the range mentioned in Points 4a and 4b shall be processed pursuant to indispensability of data processing by PDC based on your request before concluding the agreement with PDC or accomplishing the agreement concluded with PDC.

6. Your Data provided pursuant to Point 4c shall be processed based on your consent. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawing of your consent can be made by emailing your appropriate statement to the following address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl or by sending it in a traditional letter to the following address: PLANTIN spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowa, 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Słomniki, Poland. The withdrawing of your consent shall not affect Data processing according to the regulations of law conducted pursuant to the consent granted prior to its withdrawing.

7. If your Data are processed pursuant to your consent, they shall be processed till the moment of withdrawing your consent and after such a withdrawal for a period of time allowed for laying claims which PDC is entitled to or which are applied to them.

8. If it is indispensable for PDC to process your Data in order to take appropriate actions on your demand before concluding an agreement with PDC or accomplishing the agreement concluded with PDC, those Data shall be processed till the moment of expiring of the agreement concluded with PDC, and after such an expiry for a period of time allowed for laying claims which PDC is entitled to or which are applied to them.

9. You have the right to:
a) request access to your Data (i.e. you have the right to receive information about your Data processing and receive copies of their processing at any time);
b) rectify and correct your Data;
c) delete your Data;
d) limit the processing of your Data;
e) transfer your Data, i.e. the right to receive from PDC your Data in a commonly used computerised format suitable for machine reading within the scope of Data processed by PDC pursuant to the agreement concluded with you; you may transfer the above-mentioned Data to another data controller or request PDC to transfer it to another data controller; the above-mentioned Data shall be transferred by PDC provided it is technically possible.

10. In order to exercise the above-mentioned rights you need to contact the PLANTIN Personal Data Protection Officer mentioned in Point 3 above. In order to verify whether you are authorised to exercise the rights mentioned you may be asked by the above Officer to provide additional information. The range of the above-mentioned rights and the situations when they may be exercised result from legally binding provisions.

11. You have the right to lodge a complaint to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection [Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych] (formerly Inspector General for Personal Data Protection [GIODO]) when you think that the processing of your Data infringes the EU Regulation on Data Protection of 27 April 2016. Further information regarding customer complaints is available at: https://giodo.gov.pl/579.

12. PDC shall under no circumstances take decisions based solely on automated processing, including profiling its customers.

13. PDC shall not transfer your Data to any third country or any international organisation.

Cookies Policy

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The website https://www.plantin.com.pl uses popular cookies in order to improve the use of its services and better adjust it to the needs of its users. Our cookies do not store any personal data.

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You can withdraw your consent at any time by disabling the use of cookies through altering the settings on your web browser (in help files of your browser you will find instructions on how to do it). Disabling or deleting cookies files may limit undisturbed operation of our website; however, browsing the site will still be possible.

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Rules and regulations of events

THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF EVENTS ORGANISED BY PLANTIN LLLP.
 

I. General Provisions
1. These Rules and Regulations of Events describe the principles of participating in events organised and/or co-rganised by PLANTIN limited liability limited partnership (hereinafter referred to as PLANTIN) with its head office at 16, Zbyszka z Bogdanca, 31-979 Krakow, Poland, and its principal place of business at 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Slomniki, Poland, email address: biuro@in-vitro.pl, website: https://www.plantin.com.pl, entered by the District Court for Krakow-Srodmiescie in Krakow, XI Commercial Division of the Polish National Court Register for registering entrepreneurs in the Polish National Court Register under number KRS: 0000705557, NIP (tax identification number): 6783171369, REGON (company statistical number): 368904469, hereinafter referred to as the Organiser.

2. The following are understood as an event: lectures, training and schooling sessions, public events, public celebrations, events with the participation of employees, celebrations with the participation of employees, trips and any meetings organised or coorganised by the Organiser.

3. Participation in an event means that its participant has read, understood and fully accepted the content of these Rules and Regulations.

4. Parents or legal guardians are held responsible for the safety and care of their minors (children till the age of 18) during an event and in the case of organised groups – teachers, pre-school tutors or other chaperones are held responsible for them.

5. These Rules and Regulations are directed to all the persons who for the duration of the event shall be present at the venue where it is organised.

6. These Rules and Regulations aim to provide safety of the event by determining the principles of conduct of the persons present during the event and principles of using the venue where such an event is organised, as well as all the facilities and amenities found there.

7. Observing these Rules and Regulations is a condition indispensable for securing order and safety to all the persons participating in an event while it lasts.

II. Declaration of participation in events
1. The willingness to participate in an event should be submitted in the way provided in the Information about the event.

2. Other forms of submitting willingness to participate in an event are possible via a prior agreement with its Organiser.

3. When the number of participants in an event is limited, the order of submissions is decisive.

III. The rights and obligations of participants in an event
1. Admission to the venue of the event while it lasts is free of charge and all its particpants who possess valid invitations, who have registered their presence at the venue entrance or did so in another way indicated by the Organiser, are entitled to enter the venue of the event.

2. Participants in an event are obliged to conduct themselves in such a way which does not endanger the safety of its other participants, especially they should observe the rules and regulations of the venue, its facilities and the rules and regulations of the event.

3. Participants in an event are not allowed to bring and possess during the event any weapons or other dangerous objects, explosives, fireworks, substances which may start a fire, alcoholic drinks in glass bottles or in cans as well as narcotic or psychotropic substances.

IV. Protection of Personal Data
1. Personal Data are controlled by PLANTIN spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowa [PLANTIN Limited Liability Limited Partnership], hereinafter referred to as PLANTIN.

2. The PLANTIN Data Controller (hereinafter referred to as PDC) did not appoint Personal Data Protection Inspector. A Personal Data Protection Officer is the right person to contact for Data in the company. All issues concerning Data should be sent to the following email address: daneosobowe@in-vitro.pl or to PLANTIN’S postal address at: 100, Muniakowice, 32-090 Słomniki, Poland (with the following annotation on the envelope: Dane osobowe/Personal Data) or reported over the phone, calling at: +48 126 431 520.

3. Pursuant to the Act on Personal Data Protection, the Organiser does not bequeath, sell or grant the Participants’ Data collected to any other persons or institutions. Those Data may be made available – pursuant to separate regulations – to services, public administration agencies, public prosecutors or any other subjects provided they have legitimate interest to receive them. Participants’ Data shall be processed by the Organiser for promotional purposes, publishing promotional materials based on a recorded course of the event by means of a photographic, visual or audio recording made for documentation, educational, promotional or marketing purposes of PLANTIN, as well as for communication purposes between the Organiser and the Participant.

4. By participating in an event its Participants express their consent to the processing of their Data by the Organiser as stipulated by the regulations of the Directive of the European Parliament and European Council No 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on Personal Data Protection of natural persons in connection with processing of personal data and on free transfer of such data and on repealing Directive 95/46/EC (general directive on data protection), the so called GDPR, for promotional purposes of the event and the Organiser’s activity.

5. The Organiser reserves the right to record the course of the event as a photographic, visual or audio recording for documentation, educational, promotional or marketing purposes of PLANTIN.

6. Participation in the event means that its Participant has granted their consent for a gratuitous recording of their image in the above mentioned range and also for its distribution without any territorial or time limitations, especially by placing photographs, visual and audio recordings in the internet services operated by the Organiser, in other electronic media managed or used within any range by the Organiser, in their publications and also in publications and services of the third parties but with a stipulation that the aforementioned photographs and films in publications of third parties may only illustrate information on the activity carried out by the Organiser and using them in another context is not allowed. The Organiser assures that the Participants’ image shall not be used by them for any gainful purposes and the Participants acknowledge and accept that for this reason they are not entitled to any claims and especially to the right to remuneration.

7. Each and every person who makes use of the events organised by PLANTIN and does not grant their consent to the processing of their Personal Data and using their image for promotional purposes and for popularising the activities of the Organiser is obliged to report it in writing to the Personal Data Protection Officer. In the case of minors (up to the age of 18) such a decision shall be reported in writing by their parents or their legal guardians.

V. Responsibility
1. Participants in events are not allowed to register the events for the purpose of distributing them.

2. The Organiser declares that the contents conveyed by them during the event are of PLANTIN’S promotial character.

3. The Organiser bears no responsibility for the damage caused in Participants or in any third parties in connection with or as a result of using by them information, knowledge or skills gained during the event in a way contrary to their intended use.

4. Please find enclosed Information Clause on Personal Data processing pursuant to a legal obligation resting on PDC, which constitutes an Annex to these Rules and Regulations.

5. The content of the Information Clause on processing Personal Data of Participants in the Event is conveyed by the Organiser/co-organiser of a given event, it is also accessible at https://www.plantin.com.pl under Rules and Regulations of Events.

Tadeusz Kusibab,
President of Board of General Partner PLANTIN

Information Clause on Events – pdf