This statement describes how the Skerries Community Association CLG (SCA) collects, processes, protects and manages personal data.
- When a person signs up to be a member of the Association they are asked for their name, address, email and confirmation that they are over eighteen years of age and resident in Skerries. These details are held in a membership database and email contacts may be used to communicate with members regarding, for instance, the Annual General Meeting. Access to the membership database is restricted to the SCA board of directors.
- The SCA has a separate email mailing list for its newsflash service from which it is possible to unsubscribe at any stage by clicking on “unsubscribe” at the bottom of each Newsflash email.
- Contact details of active volunteers are shared with other volunteers in order to organise events etc.
- Volunteers who apply for vetting by the National Vetting Bureau (NVB) complete a Vetting Invitation Form. These details are transferred by the SCA’s vetting contact to the authorised signatory (Fingal Volunteer Service) for processing by the NVB.
- Individuals may supply the SCA with personal data for specific purposes; e.g., to express their interest in programmes like the Better Energy Community programme. These details are shared only with third parties involved directly in the operation of each programme.
The SCA does not transfer members’ personal data to third parties for marketing purposes.
Members can request a copy of their personal data. A response will be provided within one month in electronic form, unless otherwise requested. If a member’s personal data is incorrect, they can ask for it to be corrected. They can also request that their data is deleted and this will be done unless the SCA is legally required to retain them. All of these requests should be sent to email@example.com.