On 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force.
For an introductory overview of this area, we recommend the Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation of the Personal Data Protection Agency.
The City Museum of Rijeka, Rijeka, Trg Riccarda Zannelle 1/1, OIB: 54866235165, as the personal data controller, collects, processes and uses personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: the Regulation).
The Museum processes personal data legally, fairly and transparently. Only appropriate and relevant personal data are processed, and this is done exclusively on the basis of valid legal grounds.
The personal data we collect depend on the type of the project / programme in which the Museum participates as the holder or as one of the participants in the project / programme. Primarily it refers to the data without which it is not possible to conclude an appropriate contract with the project / programme participant, conduct a qualification competition for employment or professional training, allow insight into and/or utilization of Museum holdings, and the like.
Your basic personal data we collect are: name, surname, address, contact information. For the realization of certain purposes, the Museum may request, for the fulfilment of its obligations under the project, programme, legal obligations or legitimate interests, also your data concerning: date of birth, gender, identity document number (as required for candidates qualifying for participants in certain projects/programmes or for pre-employment or professional training testing), your bank account number, name of the bank where your account is held, OIB / JMBG identity numbers, evidence of education and acquired qualification, professional training, employment data, service years and working experience, evidence of citizens personal status, social status, etc.).
In special cases, and for precisely determined reasons, we may ask for your explicit consent to the processing of personal data (e.g. participation in programmes). You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time via the attached form. We note that the withdrawal of consent to the use of personal data before the realization of the purpose for which the consent was given has the consequence of the inability of the Museum to carry out the assumed rights, obligations and actions for the requested purposes.