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The Third Order of the Society of Saint Francis “TSSF” Data Protection Policy
The Third Order uses personal data about living individuals for the purpose of general administration and communication.
The Order recognises the importance of the correct and lawful treatment of personal data. All personal data, whether it is held on paper, on computer or other media, will be subject to the appropriate legal safeguards as specified in the General Data Protection Regulation 2017
The Order fully endorses and adheres to the eight principles of the GDPR. These principles specify the legal conditions that must be satisfied in relation to obtaining, handling, processing, transportation and storage of personal data. Employees and any others who obtain, handle, process, transport and store personal data for “TSSF” must adhere to these principles.
The Principles The principles require that personal data shall:
1.Be processed fairly and lawfully and shall not be processed unless certain conditions are met.
2.Be obtained for a specified and lawful purpose and shall not be processed in any manner incompatible with that purpose.
3.Be adequate, relevant and not excessive for those purposes.
4.Be accurate and where necessary, kept up to date.
5.Not be kept for longer than is necessary for that purpose.
6.Be processed in accordance with the data subject’s rights.
7.Be kept secure from unauthorised or unlawful processing and protected against accidental loss, destruction or damage by using the appropriate technical and organisational measures.
8.Not be transferred to a country or territory outside the European Economic Area, unless that country or territory ensures an adequate level of protection for the rights and freedoms of data subjects in relation to the processing of personal data.
Please see the below Database selection point 3 below
1. Maintaining Confidentiality The Order will treat all your personal information as private and confidential and not disclose any data about you to anyone other than the Minister Provincial, Provincial Formation Guardian, Provincial Novice Guardian, Provincial Treasurer, and Provincial Secretary in order to facilitate the administration and day-to-day ministry of The Order Those members of Chapter who have access to Personal Data will be required to agree to sign a Confidentiality Policy and a Data Protection Policy.
There are four exceptional circumstances to the above permitted by law:
1.Where we are legally compelled to do so.
2.Where there is a duty to the public to disclose.
3.Where disclosure is required to protect your interest.
4.Where disclosure is made at your request or with your consent.
Use of Personal Information
The Order will use your data for three main purposes:
1.The day-to-day administration of The Order; e.g. Chapter minutes, letters, reports, general documentation and maintaining financial records of giving for audit and tax purposes.
2.Contacting you to keep you informed of church activities and events.
3.Statistical analysis; gaining a better understanding of The Orders demographics. N.B. although collated “TSSF” data may be passed to a third party, such as number of small groups or small group’s attendance, no personal data will be disclosed.
The Database Information contained on the database cannot be used for any other purposes than set out in this section.
The database may only be accessed through the agreement of the Provincial Data Controller or the Provincial Data Protection Officer.
1.Those authorised to use the database only have access to their specific area of use within the database. This is controlled by the Data Controller and other specified administrators. These are the only people who can access and set these security parameters.
2.People who will have secure and authorised access to the database include those persons mentioned in section 1 above.
3.The database will NOT be accessed by any authorised users outside of the EU, in accordance with the Data Protection Act, unless prior consent has been obtained from the individual whose data is to be viewed.
4.All access and activity on the database is logged and can be viewed by the Database Controller.
6.Subject Access – all individuals who are the subject of personal data held by The Order are entitled to:
•Ask what information the Order holds about them and why. •Ask how to gain access to it.
•Be informed how to keep it up to date.
•Be informed what The Order is doing to comply with its obligations under the 1988 Data Protection Act. General Data Protection Act (GDPR) 7.Personal information will not be passed onto any third parties outside of the Order environment.
8.Subject Consent – The need to process data for normal purposes has been communicated to all data subjects. In some cases. If the data is sensitive, for example, information about health, race or gender, express consent to process the data must be obtained.
Rights to Access Information Employees and other subjects of personal data held by The Order have the right to access any personal data that is being held in certain manual filing systems. This right is subject to certain exemptions: Personal Information may be withheld if the information relates to another individual.
Any person who wishes to exercise this right should make the request in writing to the Provincial Data Protection Officer, using the standard letter which is available online from www.ico.gov.uk
If personal details are inaccurate, they can be amended upon request.
The Order aims to comply with requests for access to personal information as quickly as possible, but will ensure that it is provided within 30 days of receipt of a completed form unless there is good reason for delay. In such cases, the reason for delay will be explained in writing to the individual making the request.
This is for members of the TSSF Order only.
First Logon instructions
- Enter your email address in the Username box – this must match the email address we hold for you on the database
- Enter your new password in the Password box
- Click Logon
- Click on the House logo to be found on the righthandside in the banner (lefthandside of NEWS)
- This will take you to the Tertiary Home Page
Logon instructions for Tertiaries who have already got a correct email and setup password
- Enter your username into the box under Tertiary Members Centre and enter your password. then Click on logo Home in the banner (lefthandside of NEWS) to access the Tertiary section of the website.
- If you are experiencing difficulties then please contact the webmaster by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- WARNING – If you continually click the ‘reset password ‘ option you will be locked out of the system and will not receive a reset link email.
- Go to My Profile
- Click Tab Reset Password
- Enter your current password
- Enter your Change of password
- Re-enter new password
- Save and exit
- Next time Login with the new password
Many People have accounts on many different websites, and remembering the passwords for each can be difficult. Setting your browser to remember your passwords can save you time when navigating the Web.
All modern browsers are capable of saving your passwords automatically, making it easy to log in even across devices, if you have your browsers synced between two computers. While having your browser set to save your username and password data saves time, it decreases security. If you’re using an office computer with multiple users, consider turning off the feature that saves passwords.
Saving Passwords on the iPhone
If you like to use your iPhone to manage every aspect of your online identity, you probably log in to many different accounts, such as Facebook, Gmail, MSN, Twitter and Yahoo. To avoid typing the passwords and usernames each time you log in, configure your iPhone to save the passwords and automatically fill the password fields. Because saving passwords is a security risk, the iPhone password saving feature is turned off by default.
Go to a website where you want to save your username and password data. Fill it in and log in. Firefox will show a prompt offering to remember the password. Click “Remember Password.”
Saving Passwords on Your Computer
Select instructions for your browser:
1.Click the “Wrench” icon, select “Settings” and click the “Show Advanced Settings” link.
2.Choose “Offer to Save Passwords” to get a prompt each time you enter login data on a website.
3.Go to the website for which you want to save your data. Fill in your login information and log in to the website. While the page is loading, Chrome will provide a prompt to save your password data. Click “Save Password.”
1.Click the “Settings” icon, which resembles a gear, and select “Internet Options.”
2.Click the “Content” tab and select “Settings” under the AutoComplete section.
3.Select the “User Names and Passwords on Forms” check box. If you want Internet Explorer to prompt you before saving your password information, select “Ask Me Before Saving passwords.”
4.Click “OK” in all windows to close Internet Options. When you log in to a website, a prompt along the bottom of the browser window will ask if you want to save your password.
1.Click the “Safari” menu and select “Preferences.”
2.Click “Autofill” and select “User names and passwords.”
3.Save your preferences. When you fill in any login data on a website, Safari will prompt you to save your password information.
‘One Off’ donations should be either transferred by BACS or paid by cheque to the Provincial Treasurer.
In the case of BACS payments firstly put your name and initials on the Bank Reference then please notify the Treasurer of your payment preferably by email. (email@example.com)
Provincial Officer details can be found on the back of both TON and Little Portion or on the website under To Whom To send things.
Go to the website for which you want to save your data. Fill in your login information and log in to the website. While the page is loading, Chrome will provide a prompt to save your password data. Click “Save Password.”
Click on Icon that will now be on Desktop and follow instructions as they appear.