Company nameHotel-Restaurant Schachenwald GmbH address: Bierbaum 40 - 8141 PremstättenAustria Phone: +43 (0) 3135/53 7 54 Fax: +43 (0) 3135/53 54-6 7Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCompetent Chamber: Styrian Chamber of Commerce Section: Hotellerie Authority acc. ECG: Bezirkshauptmannschaft Graz-Umgebung Company registration number: FN 382333 f Responsible for content: Ulrike ZenzAll rights reserved. The contents of this site are for your information. The acquisition and use of data for other purposes requires the written consent of Ulrike Zenz.Privacy Statement (TMG) We appreciate your interest in our website. For external links to external content while we can, despite careful control assume no liability. Protecting your personal data when collecting, processing and use during your visit to our website is very important to us. Your data is protected in accordance with legal regulations. Below you will find Information on what data during your visit to our website is collected and how it is used:1. Collection and processing of dataEvery access to our homepage and each retrieval of a file stored on the website are logged. The storage serves internal system-related and statistical purposes. Recorded: name of the accessed file, date and time of the call, transferred Amount of data, notification of successful retrieval, web browser and domain. In addition, the IP addresses of the inquiring computers are logged. Further personal data is only collected if you provide this information voluntarily, eg when making an inquiry or Registration do.2. Use and Disclosure of Personal DataIf you have provided us with personal data, we use it only to answer your inquiries, to execute your orders and for technical administration.Your personal data will be passed on to third parties only or otherwise Transmitted, if it serves the purpose of the contract - is Necessary tothis - Especially the transfer of order data to suppliers.Billing purposes or if you have Previously Agreed. You have the right to consent with effect for the future at any time to withdraw. The deletionof stored personal data if you withdraw your consent to storage, if Their Knowledge to Fulfill the Intended purpose of the saving is no longerNecessary or if Their storage for other legal reasons is inadmissible.3. Advice rightUpon written request, we will gladly inform you about the data stored about your person. Safety note: We are dedicated to your to store personal data by taking all technical and organizational possibilities so that they are not accessible to third parties are. When communicating by e-mail the complete data security can not be guaranteed, so that we at Confidential Information by post recommended.
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Information from the data protection authority onCoronavirus (Covid-19)Due to the current epidemic, the question arises for companies, authorities and also for employees under which circumstances data (in particularHealth data) can and may be processed and exchanged.In the introduction, the data protection authority would like to point out that data on infections with the coronavirus (Covid-19) and suspected cases of sensitive datafor which data protection law provides for special protection.However, data protection law also provides that this health data can be used to the extent necessary to prevent the virus from spreadingto contain and to protect others. This includes, in particular, the collection of data from people who have been identified or who have been infectedsuspected of having come into contact with an infected person or staying in a risk region.In the context of labor law, it should be noted that every employer is obliged to care for his employees, including the exclusion ofHealth risks in the workplace count. Against this background, the processing of health data can be based on Art. 9 Para. 2 lit.b GDPR in conjunction with the respective relevant provisions on the duty of care (processing for the purpose of fulfilling labor and social law obligations). For theTransmission of health data to the health authorities is standardized in Art. 9 Para. 2 it.i GDPR in conjunction with Section 10 Para. 2 DSG a corresponding legal basis(Processing for reasons of public interest in the area of public health). Furthermore, on request of the district administrative authoritiesan obligation of the employer to provide information (about suspected cases and infections) according to Art. 9 Para. 2 lit.i GDPR in conjunction with Section 5 Para. 3 Epidemics Act 1950 consist. You can find further information in our FAQ. If you have any questions about who should be reported to any infections or suspected cases, please contact the health authorities.In order to prevent risks, it is also permissible for employers to ask for the employee's private mobile phone number and to save it temporarilyTo be able to warn at short notice about an infection in the company or in the authority so that they do not have to appear at the workplace TheThe data processing must be carried out in compliance with the purpose limitation principle in accordance with Article 5 (1) (a) GDPR. Use of the health data forpurposes other than preventive health care, containment of the virus and ther apeutic treatment are therefore not permitted. It is also based on the principle of Storage limitation in accordance with Article 5 (1) (e) GDPR. After the end of the epidemic, the data that will no longer be necessary (such asespecially the private contact details of the employees).