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International Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners, LLC (“the Company”) is committed to preserving personal privacy. As part of that commitment, the Company adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles developed by the United States Department of Commerce in consultation with the European Commission and the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner of Switzerland (the “Safe Harbor program”) with respect to personal information within the scope of this statement, pursuant to the European Commission's personal data directive (the “EU Personal Data Directive” and the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection.
The Company complies with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework and the U.S. - Swiss Safe Harbor framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries and Switzerland. The Company has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement. To learn more about Safe Harbor program, and to view the Company's certification, please visit: https://www.export.gov/safeharbor/ (https://www.export.gov/safeharbor)
This statement applies to all personal information received by the Company (or its subsidiaries) in the United States from the European Economic Area (“EEA”) or Switzerland.
“Agent” means any third party that processes personal information pursuant to the instructions of, and solely for the benefit of, the Company discloses personal information for processing on the Company's behalf.
“Data subject” means, as to personal information, the natural person as to which such personal information relates. Under this Statement, a data subject may be an employee of the Company or may be an employee customer or other associate of the Company's client (provided that such customer or associate is a natural person), or may be any other natural person about which personal information is received by the Company (or its subsidiaries) in the United States from the European Economic Area or Switzerland.
“Personal Information” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person that is within the scope of the EU Personal Data Directive, received by the Company from the European Economic Area or Switzerland, and recorded in any form. An identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more factors specific to his physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity. Personal information does not include anonymized information, aggregate information (to the extent an individual's identity cannot reasonably be derived from such information), or information as to which the data subject (who is not a Company employee) has freely given specific, informed and unambiguous consent to transfer to the United States.
“Processing” of personal information means any operation or set of operations which is performed upon personal data, whether or not by automatic means, such as collection, recording, organization, storage, adaption or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, blocking, erasure or destruction.
“Sensitive personal information” means personal information that reveals a natural person's race ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, or that concerns a natural person's sex life or health.
Safe Harbor Principles
The following principles are based on the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles. Additional Information about Safe Harbor program is available at the U.S. Department of Commerce's web site at http:www.export.gov/safeharbor/ (https://www.export.gov/safeharbor/).
Where Company collects personal information directly from individuals in the EEA, it will inform them about the purposes for which it collects and uses personal information about them, the types of non-agent third parties to which Company discloses that information, the choices and means, if any, Company offers individuals for limiting the use and disclosure of personal information, and how to contact Company. Notice will be provided in clear and conspicuous language when individuals are first asked to provide information to Company, or as soon as practicable thereafter, and in any event before Company uses or discloses the information for purpose other than that for which it was originally collected.
With respect to employees of the Company, on occasion, the Company transfers employee personal data to the United States in connection with the Efficient management and operation of Company, enabling all Company personnel to communicate with one another and work together, human resources and benefits administration and safety and security processes. The Company may also transfer employee personal data to an agent of the Company in connection with the above purposes, such as a payroll provider or benefits provider. Data may also be processed and transferred to the United States in connection with collection and discovery requests in the context of litigation or government investigation, and in such context it may be made available to adverse parties in litigation or governmental entities. Except as permitted by the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles, the Company does not use sensitive employee personal information for a purpose other than that for which it was originally collected, or disclose sensitive employee personal information to a third party that is not an agent of the Company, without the employee's opt-in to such use or disclosure, respectfully.
Where Company receives personal information from its subsidiaries, affiliates or other entities in the EEA, it will use and disclose such information in accordance with the notices provided by such entities and the choices made by the individuals to whom such personal information relates.
Company will offer individuals the opportunity to choose (opt-out) whether their personal information is (a) to be disclosed to a non - agent third party, or (b) to be used for a purpose other than the purpose for which it was originally collected or subsequently authorized by the individual.
Employees of the Company who reside in the EEA or Switzerland have the choice to opt-out of having their personal information disclosed to a third party that is not an agent or used for a purpose other than that for which it was originally collected as described in the “Notice” section above. Employees so desiring to opt-out should contact their Human Resources representative or alternatively may contact the Office of the General Counsel using the contact information provided at the end of this Policy. Except as permitted by the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles, the Company does not sue sensitive employee personal information for a purpose other than that for which it was originally collected, or disclose sensitive employee personal information to a third party that is not an agent of the Company, without the employees opt-in to such use or disclosure, respectively.
The provision does not apply to public record information or publicly available information except in certain situations as defined by the Safe Harbor program.
For sensitive personal information, the Company will give individuals the opportunity to affirmatively and explicitly (opt-in) consent to the disclosure of the information to a non - agent third party or the use of the information for a purpose other than the purpose for which it was originally collected or subsequently authorized by the individual.
The Company will provide individuals with reasonable mechanisms to exercise choices.
The Company will obtain reasonable assurances from its agents that they will safeguard personal information collected by the Company consistently with this Statement and the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles. Example of appropriate assurances may include: a contract obliging the agent to afford a level of protection to the personal information that is at least equivalent to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles; Safe Harbor certification by the agent; or the agent being subject to EU Directive 95/46/EC or other law providing an adequate level of privacy protection.
This provision does not apply to public record information or publicly available information except in certain situations as defined by the Safe Harbor Program.
Upon an individual's request, the Company (or its client or its designees) will offer such individual reasonable access to his or her personal information and will afford such individual a reasonable opportunity to correct, amend, or delete inaccurate information. If a Company employee would like to access personal information maintained by the Company, the employee should make a written request to his or her local human resources representative. If a non-Company data subject would like to access personal information maintained by the Company, the individual should contact the Company using the contact information set forth in the “Contact information” section below. For security purposes, the individual may need to provide the Company with various pieces of personal information in process the request. The Company may limit or deny access to personal information, or charge a fee, where providing such access would be unreasonable burdensome or expensive under the circumstances or as otherwise permitted by the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles.
The Company will take reasonable measures including technical, physical, and administrative measures and training to protect personal information from loss, misuse, and unauthorized disclosure, access, alteration, and destruction. The Company safeguards information according to established security standards and periodically assesses new technology for methods of protecting information. However, the Company cannot guarantee the security of personal information.
The Company will use personal information only in ways that are compatible with the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently authorized by the individual. The Company will take reasonable steps to ensure that personal information is relevant to its intended use, accurate, complete, and current.
Enforcement and Dispute Resolution
The Company will conduct periodic assessments to confirm the accuracy of, and verify its adherence to, this Statement. The Company will investigate suspected infractions. Any employee that the Company determines to be in violation of this Statement will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include termination of employment.
Any questions, concerns, or complaints concerning the collection and use of personal information by the Company should be directed to the Legal Department at the address given below. The Company will conduct a reasonable investigation of and will attempt to resolve any complaints in accordance with the principles contained in this Statement. For complaints that cannot be resolved between the Company and the complainant, the Company agrees to participate in the dispute resolution procedure of the panel established by the European Union data protection authorities (DPAs) to resolve disputes pursuant to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles, and to cooperate and comply with the Federal Data Protection and information Commissioner (FDPIC) of Switzerland. The EU DPA panel may be contacted at email@example.com and the EU DPAs may be contacted directly via the information provided at c. The contact information for the Swiss FDPIC can be found at: https://www.edoeb.admin.ch/kontakt/index.html?lang=en.
Dispute Resolutions has a independent third party to serve as an independent recource mechanism to deal with dispute resollutions. The web address is https://www.bbb.org/council/
We cooperate and comply with the EU Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) to investigate unresolved complaints - See more under our tab Privacy.
IDDCP cooperates and complies with the EU Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) to investigate unresolved complaints.
The independent resource mechanism for Safe Harbor-related dispute resolution is the EU Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC). ICCDP agrees to cooperate and comply with the EU Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) to investigate unresolved complaints.
The Company's adherence to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles may be limited by any applicable legal, regulatory, ethical or public interest consideration, and as expressly permitted or required by any applicable law, rule, or regulation. Examples of such limitations include but are not limited to exceptions to the opt-in requirements for sensitive personal information permitted by the Commission Decision 2000/520/EC of 26 July 2000, exceptions on access as permitted by Safe Harbor Privacy Principles, or under applicable European Economic Area member state or Swiss directives. The Company also may disclose personal information reasonably related to the sale or disposition of all or part of its business.
Modification of this Safe Harbor Privacy Statement
This statement may be amended from time to time with or without notice in accordance with the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles. Any modified statement will be posted on the Company's website.
Legal Department, International Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners, LLC
55 Main Street Suite 102
Sparta, NJ 07871 USA
Customer Portal www.iccdp.net
Industries we serve: Senior Care, Health and Human Services Training, Health and Human Services Certifications, Hospice Training and Certification, First Responder Training and Certification.
Seven Safe Harbor Privacy Principles
- Notice - Companies collecting personal data must notify data subjects that they are collecting their personal data, and state the purpose for collecting such data. The company must identify to whom the data will be disclosed and provide notice about how data subjects can contact the company with complaints or questions and how disclosure of their personal information can be limited.
- Choice - The data subjects must be given a clear and conspicuous choice to opt-out of allowing their information to be disclosed to third parties or used for a purpose which is incompatible with the purpose for which it was originally collected or subsequently authorized by the individual. For sensitive information, data subjects must be given the affirmative or explicit choice whether their information is given to a third party or purpose other than its original purpose or the purpose authorized subsequently by the individual.
- Onward Transfer of Data to Third Parties - Where a company or organization wishes to transfer information to a third party, it must apply the "notice" and "choice" principles. Where a company or organization wishes to transfer to a third party acting as agent, it may do so if it first either ascertains that the third party subscribes to the Safe Harbor, is subject to the EUD or some other qualifying rule, or enters into a written agreement with the third party requiring the third party to provide at least the same level of privacy protection as is required by the Safe Harbor. If a company meets this requirement, it will not be held responsible if the third party handles data in a way contrary to any restrictions or representations, unless the company knew or should have known that the third party would process the data in such a contrary way and took no reasonable steps to prevent or stop such activity.
As an alternative, the organization can enter into a written agreement with the third party requiring that the third party provide at least the same level of privacy protection as is required by these principles.
- Access - Companies must allow data subjects to access their personal data and to correct erroneous information, unless the burden of providing access is greater than the risks associated with the erroneous information or giving access to the information would violate another person's rights. This requirement is subject to the reasonableness standard. In the event a data subject corrects their personal data, Company will ensure such changes are updated in the corresponding records storage at CSC.
- Security - Companies must take reasonable measures to protect personal information from tampering, destruction, loss, misuse, alteration, disclosure, unauthorized access, and any other potential abuses.
- Data Integrity - Companies collecting personal data must have reasonable procedures designed to keep the information reliable, accurate, complete, current, and relevant for the lawful purposes for which it was collected.
- Enforcement - Three elements are required to satisfy this principle: (a) readily affordable and independent recourse mechanisms so that each individual's complaints and disputes can be investigated and resolved and damages awarded where the applicable law or private sector initiatives so provide; (b) procedures for verifying that the commitments companies make to adhere to the safe harbor principles have been implemented; and (c) obligations to remedy problems arising out of failure to comply with the principles. Sanctions must be sufficiently rigorous to ensure compliance by the organization. CSC will cooperate and comply with the EU Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) as the independent recourse mechanisms through which CSC will work to investigate any unresolved complaints.
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