Privacy Policy

Irish Steam Preservation Society of Ireland

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy:
The Irish Steam Preservation Society of Ireland respects your right to privacy and complies with its obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This notice is to notify our members and contacts on how the society deals with any personal data that has been supplied to us directly or through.
By visiting the website, you are accepting the terms of this website privacy policy. 
This website contains external links to other websites and the Society is not held responsible for the privacy policies of these other websites.

Who We are:
The Irish Steam Preservation Society of Ireland is a company registered by guarantee and a registered charity in the Republic of Ireland, company number 26423.

What we do:
To establish and maintain for the benefit of the nation an operating museum and archive and for the like purpose to promote the permanent preservation of all types of machines using steam as their motive power and their equipment, and items of general interest of actual or potential historic and scientific importance and educate value.

What type of information do we collect?
You may browse our site anonymously, but certain functions and pages may be unavailable to you. 
We collect information from you when you become a member, donate or enter any of our events by filling out a paper form.
When donating, registering for a campaign or event, as appropriate, you may be asked to provide personal details such as name, email address, postal address, phone number or payment information as needed.

When trading or exhibiting at our events for details including company type and equipment information is requested where appropriate.
What do we use your information for?
Any of the information we collect from you may be used in one of the following ways:
We collect and store personal data in order to maintain details of our members that have donated or paid their membership fees. We may use this information to alert you to any events the society are involved with.
We may also collect and retain your data if you send feedback about any of our services or make a complaint.

To process payments and confirm transactions
Example: Donating or paying membership fees, or paying an event registration fee. We will use your information to complete your order and to follow up, where relevant or requested, by email, phone or post on any transactions and issue receipts for these payments.

To improve our website and provide a personalised experience for you
We continually try to improve our website based on the anonymous information and feedback we receive from you.
We want your visit to our website to be a useful one, making sure you are able to find the information that you’re looking for and that is relevant to you.

How do we protect your information?
Your personal data is securely stored on an electronic platform which is password protected and only accessible to approved high level individuals in the society. This information is only used for notification of meetings and events with consent from the data subjects on sign up.
The Society takes, and will continue to take, all reasonable steps (which includes relevant technical and organisational measures) to guarantee the safety of the data you provide to us and we will only use the data for the intended purpose.

Do we use cookies?
We do not use cookies on our website. Therefore, there are no online identifiers that can leave a trace through our website.

Do we disclose any information to outside parties?
We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information.

Online privacy policy only
This online privacy policy applies to any and all information collected.

Your consent
By using our website, you consent to our website's privacy policy (this page).

Changes to our privacy policy
We reserve the right to make changes to our web privacy policy at any time without prior consultation; these changes will be posted on this page together with the privacy policy revision date.

What are your rights
Individuals have rights over their personal data under EU and Irish Data under EU and Irish Data Protection law. These rights are not absolute, and qualifications or restrictions can apply. In summary your rights are: Right to be informed; Right of access; Right to rectification; Right to be forgotten/erasure; Right to restrict processing; Right to access; Right to object; Right not to be subject to automated decision making and /or profiling; Right to portability. You also have the right to make a complaint to the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner or to seek compensation through the courts.

Contacting us
If you have any questions regarding this privacy policy, you may contact us using the information below.
Company Secretary, ISPS Museum, The Green, Stradbally, Co. Laois or

Date Last Reviewed: 
June 2018