Dundee City Council is a local authority established under the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994. Its head office is located at City Square, Dundee, DD1 3BY.
Why do we need your personal information and what do we do with it?
You are giving us your personal information to permit us to:
- ensure that the dietary needs of the pupil are recognised with regard to their health & safety
We may also use your information to verify your identity where required, contact you by post, email or telephone and to maintain our records.
Who do we share your information with?
Your details will be accessed by DCC Catering Officer, appropriate school staff and Tayside Contracts (Outside Catering Agency). We may be required to share the data with the Scottish Education Department on a statutory basis and others as required by law.
Legal basis for using your information
Legal Obligation Processing this personal information is necessary to protect any dietary needs pupil may have under the Nutritional Requirements for Food and Drink in Schools (Scotland) Regulations 2008.
Article 9 (g) We also need to process more sensitive personal information about you for reasons of substantial public interest as set out in the Data Protection Act 2018. It is necessary for us to process it to carry out key functions as set out in law.
We provide these services to you as part of our statutory function as your local authority. You can find more details of our role on our website at www.dundeecity.gov.uk/service-area/chief-executive/chief-executives-serv....
How long do we keep your information for?
We only keep your personal information for the minimum period amount of time necessary. Sometimes this time period is set out in the law, but in most cases it is based on the business need. The Council uses the http://www.scottisharchives.org.uk/resources/scarrs/ Scottish Council Records Retention Education Schedule No.10. as the basis for its practice and your information will be stored until 26th birthday. We also use Looked After Children and Adoption Act Regulations Part XI Case Records Regulations 43 (1) which requires a child’s records to be kept for 100 years from his or her date of birth.
Your Rights under Data Protection Law:
Accessing your information – you have the right to request a copy of the personal information that we hold about you.
Correcting your information – we want to make sure that your personal information is accurate, complete and up to date. Therefore you may ask us to correct any personal information about you that you believe does not meet these standards.
Deleting your information – you have the right to ask us to delete personal information about you where
- you think that we no longer need to hold the information for the purposes for which it was originally obtained.
- you have a genuine objection to our use of your personal information – you have the right at any time to tell us to stop using your personal information for direct marketing purposes.
- we are using that information with your consent and you have withdrawn your consent – see Withdrawing consent to using your information below.
- our use of your personal information is contrary to law or our other legal obligations.
Restricting how we may use your information – In some cases, you may ask us to restrict how we use your personal information. This right might apply, for example, where we are checking the accuracy of personal information that we hold about you or we are assessing the objection you have made to our use of your information. This right might also apply if we no longer have a basis for using your personal information but you don't want us to delete the data. Where this right is realistically applied will mean that we may only use the relevant personal information with your consent, for legal claims or where there are other public interest grounds to do so.
Withdrawing consent to use your information – Where we use your personal information with your consent you may withdraw that consent at any time and we will stop using your personal information for the purpose(s) for which consent was given.
Please contact the Council’s Data Protection Officer by post at the above address, by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail) and by telephone on 01382 434206 if you wish to exercise any of these rights.
We aim to directly resolve all complaints about how we handle personal information. However, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner's Office, who can be contacted by post at: Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF. By phone on 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745. Visit their website for more information at https://ico.org.uk/concerns