What data are collected?
Data collected automatically.
Anonymous data such as IP address, domain name, browser type or operating system etc. is collected automatically during each visit at our websites.
Data collected when contacting us.
When you contact us through the contact form, phone, email etc. we collect your personal data such as first name, family name, email address etc.
Data collected during registration.
You should register in order to use some functionalities of our services. During the registration we will ask for your email address and access password, as well as additional data such as first name, family name, contact details.
The information duty resulting from Art. 13 of the GDPR Regulation is available at our website.
How do we use your data?
Data collected during registration are only used to log in to our websites / verify users. If you have subscribed to our newsletter, we will use the data to send you our bulletin.
Data collected automatically may be used to analyse the activity of our websites’ users. We also collect demographic data. Data collected during the exchange of communication shall be used only for the purposes of replying to your inquiries.
How do we contact you?
Our subscribers will receive our newsletter by email.
If you contacted us, you may receive our reply by email or in another way, as specified by you.
How can you inform us about the data change?
If you would like to unsubscribe from our newsletter, you should use the unsubscribe option in the footnote of any of our emails. If you would like to change your email address, you should contact the editorial team through the contact form.
If you are registered to one of our services, after logging in you can change your data provided during registration and used to log in to the system. In order to delete your data, you should contact the editors through the contact form.
Our services collect anonymous data on visited websites. The data is used exclusively for the purpose of statistical analysis of website traffic, e.g. to determine the popularity of individual parts of services. Apart from our own statistics, we may also use the ‘Google Analytics’ service which collects anonymous information on users visiting our websites. Detailed data on ‘Google Analytics’ privacy, including the information on how to block the collection of data, is available at: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en.
How do we protect personal data?
When you provide us with your personal data, communication between your computer and our servers is encrypted with the SSL protocol (Secure Socket Layer). Additionally, our databases are secured against third parties’ access.
This website is the property of the State Labour Inspection Chief Labour Inspectorate in Warsaw at ul. Barska 28/30. Accessing and using the website is subject to applicable legal provisions and the following terms and conditions. None of the information available in the domain: pip.gov.pl, bezpieczniwdrodze.pl, bhpnatak.pl, bhpwrolnictwie.pl, prawawpracy.pl, programyprewencyjne.pl, streswpracy.pl (as regards the contents as well as graphic elements and layouts) may not be reproduced, copied or disseminated through any medium without the permission of the copyright owner. In the case of websites, there is an additional condition of including an active link to the home page from which the information was taken. In case of any concerns or need for additional information, you should contact the website editors through the contact form.
The institution collecting the data: State Labour Inspection, Chief Labour Inspectorate in Warsaw, ul. Barska 28/30, 02-315 Warsaw