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In this document we inform you of the processing of personal data, which you provide to us as customers who have concluded a purchase contract with us for our services and products by means of the e-shop (“Customers”) or visitors to the jobair.eu and jobair.online websites (“Visitors”) or persons who are interested in being sent an offer of our services (“Other persons”).

We process personal data in compliance with Act No. 110/2019 Sb., on protection of personal data and Directive (EU) 2016/679, general data protection regulation (“GDPR”).

    1. The controller of the personal data is the JOB AIR Technic a.s. Company with registered office at Ostrava International Airport, Gen. Fajtla 370, 742 51 Mošnov, Czech Republic, Company ID No. 27768872, registered in the Commercial Register registered under File No. B 3029 administered by the Regional Court in Ostrava, email onlinetraining@jobair.cz, telephone number +420556789111 (“We“).
    2. We have not appointed any representatives for protection of personal data.
    1. In addition to Us, your personal data may also be processed to a limited extent by other controllers, particularly providers of web and cloud services, providers of accounting and tax services and potentially other persons cooperating with us in relation to provision of our services. Personal data may also be provided to other persons, if this is necessary to fulfil our legal obligations.
    1. We process personal data voluntarily provided by Customers, Visitors and Other persons. We are unable to provide our services if personal data is not provided. Personal data may mainly be provided by filling in a form on the website, establishing a user account on the website, providing data for preparation of contracts and related documents and in relation to execution of contracts, during personal contact, by telephone, in writing, by mail or using other means of communication (SMS messages, messages in FB messenger or Instagram type applications).
    2. We process the following personal data:
      • name, surname, title
      • email address
      • telephone number
      • address/registered address
      • date of birth
      • ID No., Tax ID No., bank account No.
      • test results
      • mutual communication
    1. Personal data is processed for the purpose of concluding contracts with Customers and fulfilling obligations arising to us from these contracts (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR).
    2. We also process the personal data of Customers for the purpose of fulfilling obligations arising to us from the accounting, tax and other legal regulations (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR).
    3. We process other Customer data within the terms of our legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR). Legitimate interests include protection and evidence of our rights and legal claims, particularly those from concluded contracts or caused harm. Legitimate interests also include direct marketing in the event that you gave your consent to us to send information about new products and other business messages to your email address or telephone number. We will process your email address and telephone number for this purpose. You may stop us from sending such messages by any method, i.e. by clicking on deregistration in the email containing the business message.
    4. We also process personal data on the basis of your consent (Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR). In such cases we process the personal data of Other persons who expressed interest in receiving offers of our services and products. You may withdraw your consent at any time.
    5. We also process the personal data of Visitors as the operator of the jobair.eu and jobai.online websites, on which we use cookies files (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR). The purpose of this processing of personal data is to measure the visiting rate to the websites, create statistics concerning the visiting rate, assess the preferences and behaviour of visitors to the websites and verify the functionality of the websites. We are usually only authorised to process cookies with the consent of the visitors to the website. If a visitor to the website refuses to give their consent to the processing of cookies, we are unable to guarantee the full functionality and compatibility of the website.
    6. We always only process the personal data that is essential for fulfilling the purpose of processing according to Articles 4.1 – 4.5 of these principles.
    1. We will process personal data according to Articles 4.1 and 4.2 for the period for which we fulfil our contractual obligations and also for a period of 10 years after termination of fulfilment of our contractual obligations, unless other legal regulations stipulate a longer period.
    2. We will process personal data according to Articles 4.3 and 4.3 for a period of 3 years, unless you extend this period or withdraw your consent.
    3. The period for which the individual types of cookies are processed, or their expiration date, differs and changes over time. You will find this period in your browser settings.
    1. You have the following rights in relation to the processing of your personal data:
      • the right to access to personal data: you have the right to request not only information about which of personal data belonging to you we process, on what basis and for what purpose, to whom specifically we disclose this data and for how long we will store it, you are also entitled to demand access to this personal data, which chiefly means that we will provide you with a copy of this personal data on request;
      • right to correction of personal data: you are entitled to demand correction of incorrect or inaccurate personal data or to the addition of incomplete personal data;
      • right to deletion of personal data: we are required to delete your personal data for any of the following reasons: a) such personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected or processed, b) there is no legal reason for processing this data, c) you object against the processing of such data and there is no legitimate reason that could outweigh your objection, d) the personal data is being processed illegally, e) there is another legal duty to delete this data;
      • right to restrict the processing of your personal data: in cases when any dispute arises between us in relation to your personal data, which we are unable to resolve, we may only use your data to a very limited extent;
      • right to object: you are entitled to object against the processing of your personal data, which is essential for the purpose of protection of our legitimate interests. As soon as your objection is assessed, we will inform you whether we will satisfy your request and will cease to process your personal data or whether your objection was not justified and we will continue to process your data. In any case, processing will be limited until your objection has been resolved.
      • right to transferability of personal data: you are entitled to receive your personal data from us in machine readable format, so that this data can be provided to another personal data controller;
      • right to file a complaint: you are entitled to file a complaint to the Office for Protection of Personal Data if you believe that your right to protection of personal data was violated.
    1. This wording of the Principles for Protection of Personal Data comes into force from 2022/03/01. In the event of amendment of the text of these Principles, the current wording will be posted on our website.