Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s Data
Goal of our data protection policy
This document outlines our data protection policy in line with the European General Data
Protection Regulation (GDPR).
1.1 The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) protects the ‘rights and freedoms’ of a living
nature person in regard to their personal data, its processing and storage.
1.2 Some definitions used in this document are taken directly from the GDPR:
Personal data — any information relating to an identified or identifiable living natural person
either directly or indirectly related, such as name, ID numbers, location coordinates, etc. or
characteristics like physical, mental, cultural descriptions and so on.
Data controller — responsible party, either jointly or alone, involved in determining the
purposes for having and processing personal data.
Data subject — any living nature person whose personal data is obtained by a data
2. Policy statement
2.1 The employers of Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå are committed to complying with all relevant laws
in accordance with the GDPR.
2.2 Compliance with the GDPR is described within the sections of this policy along with
associated processes and procedures.
2.3 The GDPR and this policy apply to all of Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s personal data processing
functions, including those performed on customers, clients, employees, suppliers and partners
and any other personal data the organization processes from any source.
2.4 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå has established objectives for data protection and privacy which are
detailed in the sections below.
2.5 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s Data Protect Officer (DPO) is responsible for any changes to
Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s activities related to its data protection practices.
Current DPO as of 18th of August 2017: Inger Lise Strand
Contact Email: email@example.com
2.6 This policy applies to all Employees/Staff and outsourced suppliers. Any breach of this policy
will be dealt with by Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s DPO, and in cases where the matter is criminal,
the appropriate authorities will be notified.
2.7 Any third parties working with or on behalf of Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå, and who have access
to personal data, will be expected to have read, understood and to comply with this Data
3. Roles and responsibilities
3.1 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå is a data controller and/or data processor under the GDPR.
3.2 Top Management and all those in managerial or supervisory roles throughout Stavanger
Barnevaktbyrå are responsible for developing best practices within Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå
regarding data protection.
3.3 Our DPO is also our CEO, and is accountable for the management of personal data within
Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå and for ensuring Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå compliance with data
protection laws and best practices which includes:
3.3.1 development and implementation of the GDPR
3.3.2 Security and risk management as it applies to the GDPR.
3.4 Our DPO has a daily responsibility for Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå compliance with the GDPR in
relation to the personal data processing that takes place within their area of responsibility.
3.5 Our DPO has the duty to perform procedures such as Right to be Forgotten as well our staff’s
primary contact for help in any areas related to data protection compliance.
3.6 Compliance with the GDPR is the responsibility of all employers of Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå.
3.7 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå Staff is subject to periodic training in matters relating to data
3.8 Staff have the obligation to provide Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå accurate and up-to-date
personal information about themselves.
4. Policies and Procedures
4.1 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå policies and procedures are designed for compliance with the
guidelines of Article 5 of the GDPR, in short to process personal data lawfully, fairly and
transparently. Where applicable, to provide the data subject a minimum of information which
4.1.1 the identity and the contact details of the controller (i.e. Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå) ;
4.1.2 the contact details of our DPO;
4.1.3 the purposes of the processing for which the personal data are intended as well as the legal
basis for the processing;
4.1.4 the period for which the personal data will be stored;
4.1.5 the data subject’s rights to request the following: access or deletion of his/her personal data,
the correction errors within their personal data, a review of the process or procedure for collection
4.1.6 The intention to transfer personal data to a recipient in a third country (i.e. non-European
4.2 Personal data can only be collected for specific and legitimate purposes and will not be used
for purposes other than stated.
4.3 Personal data must be restricted to what is necessary for processing
4.3.1 Our DPO is responsible for ensuring that Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå does not collect
unnecessary personal data information.
4.3.2 All our data collection forms have a link to our privacy statement.
4.3.3 At least, once a year our DPO perform Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) on our
processes to ensure compliance.
4.4 Personal data maintenance considerations:
4.4.1 Personal data is stored only if it’s presumed accurate.
4.4.2 Staff are trained in collecting accurate personal data.
4.4.3 The data subject is responsible for providing accurate and up-to-date personal data upon
completion of any Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå submission form.
4.4.4 A person aware of a change in circumstance related to Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s accurate
storage of personal data ought to notify Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå so that the change of
circumstances is recorded and acted upon.
4.4.5 Our DPO responds to requests from data subjects typically within one month. If Stavanger
Barnevaktbyrå decides not to comply with a request, the data subject will be notified of the
4.4.6 In regard to supporting 3rd parties with their personal data accuracy, our DPO is
responsible for making them aware of any change in circumstances that may affect the accuracy
of their personal data storage or processing.
4.5 In form submission by the data subject, the personal data therein must be kept only as long
as is necessary for secure processing.
4.5.1 Where applicable, personal data should be encrypted in order to protect the identity of the
data subject in the event of a data breach.
4.5.2 Personal data that will be retained during a form submission process must be securely
destroyed upon completion of the process.
4.5.3 Data storage that could exceed legit retention periods must be justified and approved in
writing by the DPO.
4.6 When assessing appropriate technical measures for controlling or processing personal data
operations, the DPO will consider the following:
Access rights for USB and other memory media;
Company-wide cloud storage access rights;
Virus checking software and firewalls;
Encryption of devices that leave the organizations premises such as laptops;
Security of local and wide area networks;
Automatic locking of idle terminals.
5. Data subject
5.1 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå recognizes the rights of the data subject as expressed in the GDPR
and intends to fully support the data subjects in exercising these rights as they pertain to their
personal data that is under the control of Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå or being processed by
6.1 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå understands a data subject’s ‘consent’ to mean that, upon the data
subject being fully informed of the intended personal data processing operation, it has been freely
given by a clear affirmative and mindful action and signifies agreement to the policies, terms and
conditions that apply.
6.2 The data subject can withdraw his or her consent at any time by request to the DPO or, where
applicable, use a service intended for that purpose.
6.3 Consent cannot be inferred from non-response to a communication, and where applicable,
Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå will be able to demonstrate that consent was obtained for a personal
data processing operation.
7. Personal data security
7.1 All personal data should be accessible only to those who are authorized to use it, and access
may only be granted by the DPO to Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå staff, or 3rd party entities (under
the constraint of a confidentiality agreement), with just cause. As such all personal data should be
in a lockable room with controlled access; and/or
in a locked drawer or filing cabinet; and/or
if computerised, password protected; and/or
stored on (removable) computer media which are encrypted
7.2 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s staff must take care to keep unauthorized personnel from viewing
screens displaying personal data and follow other related security rules.
7.3 Physical materials displaying personal data may not be left where they can be accessed by
unauthorized personnel and may not be removed from business premises without explicit
authorization by the DPO.
8. Formal request for personal data
8.1 All formal requests, such as from an official law enforcement agency, to provide personal data
must be supported by appropriate paperwork and all such disclosures must be specifically
authorized by the DPO.
9. Retention and disposal
9.1 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå shall not keep personal data beyond a period necessary for its
9.2 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå may store data for longer periods if the personal data will be
processed solely for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research
purposes or statistical purposes provided that doing so will also safeguards the rights and
freedoms of the data subjects.
9.3 The retention period for each information asset will be set out in Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s
Information Asset Register (IAR).
9.4 Personal data must be disposed of securely and in accordance GDPR.
10. Personal data transfer
10.1 All exports of personal data from within the European Economic Area (EEA) to third
countries (non-EEA countries) are unlawful unless there is an appropriate level of protection for
the rights of the data subjects. The transfer of personal data outside of the EEA is prohibited
unless one or more of these specified safeguards, or exceptions, apply:
An adequacy decision – based on the list of third countries that currently satisfy the adequacy
requirements of the Commission are published in the Official Journal of the European
Privacy Shield – If Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå wants to transfer personal data from the EEA to an
organization in the United States it should check that the organization is signed up with the
Privacy Shield framework at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Contract clauses Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå may adopt that are approved by a supervisory
o the data subject has legally consented to the proposed transfer;
o the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract between the data subject and the
controller or the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken at the data subject’s request;
o the transfer is necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract conducted in the interest
of the data subject between the controller and other living natural person;
o the transfer is necessary for valid reasons of public interest;
o the transfer is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims; and/or
o the transfer is necessary in order to protect the vital interests of the data subject or of other
persons, where the data subject is physically or legally incapable of giving consent.
11. Information Asset Register (IAR)
11.1 Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå has established the IAR to manage its personal data inventory as
well as the life cycle of its information assets as determined by:
business processes that use personal data;
source of personal data;
volume of data subjects;
description of each item of personal data;
documents the purpose(s) for which each category of personal data is used;
recipients, and potential recipients, of the personal data;
the role of responsible parties throughout the personal data’s life-cycle;
key systems and repositories;
any data transfers; and
all retention and disposal requirements.
11.2 By means of the IAR, all Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå management is aware of any risks
associated with the processing of particular types of personal data and can act accordingly in
order to best safeguard the freedoms and rights of data subjects.
11.2.1 The DPO assesses, and indicates within the IAR, the risk levels of particular information
assets in order to establish guidelines for their management in compliance with the GDPR. Data
protection impact assessments are performed in relation to the processing of personal data by
11.2.3 The DPO must approve of new technologies for any personal data storage or processing
by performing DPIAs.
11.2.4 In the case that there are significant doubts concerning a particular information asset
based on the results of a DPIA, either as to the potential for damage, breach, distress, or
regarding quantity of data, the DPO will seek the counsel of a supervisory authority.
Stavanger Barnevaktbyrå’s Data