Thank you for participating in the NPAW 2020! Your participation helped in providing access to play for children.
For us to include your activity in the final report, we would like to ask for your time and effort to complete the Reporting and Documentation sheet here.
We will be collecting your personal details during this process. Rest assured that your personal details will be kept private and confidential, in accordance with the Data Privacy Act of 2012. Please read this data privacy consent form carefully to know how your personal information will be used.
Unilab Foundation observes Data Protection Policy.
PERSONAL INFORMATION CONTROLLER (PIC): Unilab Foundation
ACTIVITY: National Play Advocacy Week 2020
PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED FOR THIS ACTIVITY: During registration, we will ask for your personal details and contact information, such as but not limited to, name, gender, age, nationality, address, email address, mobile number, institution and address, and dietary restriction.
PURPOSE: Your personal data will be used only for the documentation and reporting purposes. The pictures and videos collected during the activity may be used for promotional and marketing purposes of subsequent training and activities conducted by UNILAB FOUNDATION.
AUTHORIZED ACCESS: All copies or records of the data collected in this activity will be accessible only by the employees and staff of Unilab Foundation.
RETENTION: Personal data collected for this activity will be retained by Unilab Foundation within 5 years from the date of activity. Thereafter, copies where the personal information are contained in Unilab Foundation’s possession will be disposed of securely. However, ULF reserves the right to retain the personal data collected for historical and statistical purposes.
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT: As provided under Republic Act No. 10173 or the Data Privacy Act of 2012, you have the right to access your personal information, to have the same rectified, blocked or erased, based on reasonable grounds; to be informed of any breach concerning your personal information; to object to further processing; right to damages when appropriate; and such other rights as may be granted by law or regulations of the National Privacy Commission.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your personal information, you may contact:
Name: Jefferson Hilario