Pikku Delfiinit Oy
Niemenmäentie 3 G 62, 00350 Helsinki
040 525 0094
2. Matters concerning the register of contact persons
Niemenmäentie 3 H 62, 00350 Helsinki
040 525 0094
3. The name of the registry
Customer register of Pikku Delfiinit
4. Purpose of the processing of personal data
The register is used to identify Pikku Delfiinit customers and their information when logging in to the Pikku Delfiinit service. The register is used to keep in touch with customers. The operation of the register is based on section 8 of the Personal Data Act and its fifth paragraph, which deals with registers based on a customer or service relationship or membership, such as this register. This register is used to handle all recordings related to the customer’s membership, billing and contact information.
5. The information content of the register
Customer identification information
Identification of the customer’s child or children
Body weight (must be over 5 kg)
Birthday (so it is possible to select a right swimming group based on age)
Permission to take photographs
Possible restrictions that a child might have
Identification of the customer’s partner / other parent
Social security number
Services that have been ordered
Staff work shifts
Employee account information for payroll
6. Regular sources of information
The information in the register is primarily obtained from the users themselves. In this case, users are referred to in the section above as “Customer”. These customers also provide information on children registered with swimming schools and any other guardians of these children. Information is also obtained from the Pikku Delfiinit websites and systems based on the customer’s own actions and behavior.
7. Regular disclosures
The information in the register will not be disclosed to third parties. The register is managed and maintained by the company and its chosen partners.
8. Transfer of data outside the EU or EEA
Information is not transferred.
9. Registry security principles
The electronic register is used via encrypted data connections. Representatives and partners of the organization have limited and contractually defined access to the information in the register. Only designated persons may process registry data. Hedging follows the latest standards and good manners. In particular, protection seeks to address the possibility of human error, which is one of the most common causes of security leaks. The personal data entered in the register are provided for confidentiality. The following laws, instructions and guidelines have been followed in compiling the register: