Premier Parking Ltd has a Data Protection Policy which details the confidentiality of information supplied, collected, sorted and used follows citizens’ rights, legislation and data protection regulations. Full Data Protection Policy and Procedures, and GDPR Compliance Documentation can be provided on request.
As both a data controller, and processor, Premier Parking must, and does, comply with data protection principles as set out in the relevant Irish, and EU, legislation, namely;
Data includes a combination of identification elements, both personal and sensitive, held in manual and automated form. All data is treated with equal care and security.
Premier Parking is committed to ensuring that all staff members have enough awareness of the legislation to be able to anticipate and identify a data protection issue. All staff are certified in GDPR Awareness training to the 2018 standard
During its role as data controller, Premier Parking engages third-party service providers, or data processors, to process personal data on its behalf.
In each case, a formal, written contract is in place with the processor, outlining their obligations in relation to the personal data, the security measures that they must have in place to protect the data, the specific purpose or purposes for which they are engaged, understanding all follows the Irish Data Protection legislation.
The contract also includes reference to the fact that Premier Parking is entitled to audit or inspect the data management activities to ensure compliance
Premier Parking ensures that we comply with the data protection principles and meet our obligations in the following way:
Article 5 of the GDPR requires that personal data shall be:
Article 5(2) requires that ‘the controller shall be responsible for, and be able to demonstrate, compliance with the data protection laws principles’ (‘accountability’) and requires that firms show how they comply with the principles, detailing and summarising the measures and controls that they have in place to protect personal information and mitigate the risks of processing.