The following Privacy Information is being provided to you as outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation.
It is intended to inform you of how your and / or your child(s) Personal Data (together “you” and “your”) provided to the Beann Eadair GAA Club (the “Club” and “we” and “our”) will be used, by whom and for
If you are unclear on any aspect of this form, or want any further information, please contact the Club by emailing [email protected]
Who is the data controller?
The Club and the GAA are each Data Controllers of the Personal Data and contact details for the Club are Beann Eadair GAA Club, Balkhill Road, Howth. (Email: [email protected]).
Who is the Data Protection Officer for the GAA and the Club?
Details of the GAA’s Data Protection Officer are available on the GAA’s website gaa.ie/dataprotection. Given the size of the Club, there is not a requirement to have an appointed Data Protection Officer. However, we
take all data protection related queries very seriously, so please direct any queries / concerns to [email protected] and a member of the Club’s Executive will get in touch with you.
What is the purpose of processing my Personal Data?
The purpose for processing your Personal Data is that it is necessary for the performance of a contract in order to register and maintain your membership with the Club and the GAA. The purpose is also to keep you
informed of GAA and Club events and fundraisers and this is processed in the Club’s legitimate interests. You can at any time object to your data being processed in this way by contacting [email protected]
Will anyone else receive a copy of my Personal Data?
Your Personal Data can be accessed by certain members of the County Committees, Provincial Councils and the Central Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association in connection with their administrative functions. This
will be done in accordance with our data protection policy only.
In the event of an injury or insurance claim, details of your claim which will include your Personal Data will be passed to the GAA’s Insurance underwriters, Willis Insurance, Elm Park, Merrion Road, Dublin 4, Ireland.
Where is your Personal Data stored?
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. Your data will be stored locally by the Club in electronic and paper format. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect. We will notify you promptly in the event of any breach of your personal data which might expose you to serious risks.
How long will your Personal Data be stored for?
Your Personal Data will be held for the duration of your Membership and it will be deleted by us in the event that you resign your Membership or you are expelled in accordance with the Official Guide. However we may
retain your Personal Data after your Membership ceases if we decide that it is necessary for archiving purposes.
How can I obtain a copy of the Personal Data held by the Club/GAA?
You have the right to request a copy of all of your Personal Data and can do so by contacting us at [email protected] This information will be provided to you within one month.
What are my privacy rights relating to my Personal Data?
You have the right to have your Personal Data updated, rectified, or deleted if you so wish. You have the right to object to your Personal Data being processed for our legitimate interests. You can do so by contacting us at
Where can I get further information?
Further information regarding your rights can be obtained through the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, Canal House, Station Road, Portarlington, Co. Laois, or on the website www.dataprotection.ie
How do I make a complaint or report a breach?
If you have a complaint about the use of your Personal Data, please contact a member of the Club Executive, giving them the opportunity to put things right as quickly as possible. We ask that you supply as much
information as possible to help us resolve your complaint quickly. Please be assured that all complaints received will be fully investigated.
If you wish to make a complaint you may do so in person, by telephone, in writing or by email.
You can also contact the Data Protection Commission in Ireland at www.dataprotection.ie