From the 24th of October 2002, the Data Protection Act 1998, which applies to local government, NHS Trusts, Schools, Universities and all UK organisations who process personal information, comes into full force. The Data Protection Act 1998 gives people more rights to have their personal information handled fairly, to object to certain types of processing and to have access to any information held about them.
Who should attend:
These briefings have been designed for those who are responsible for the implementation of the Data Protection Act 1998. The practical as well as the theory will be dealt with and attendees will have the opportunity to discuss Data Protection business issues with experts and other delegates.
Morning session - Introduction
a) The Data Protection Act and its Principles
c) Policies and Notification
d) Dealing with sub-contractors
e) Subject Access
f) Manual Records
g) Human Resource
Afternoon Session - Auditing
a) Do you need to Audit?
b) How to Audit
c) Do you know what data you process?
d) Reviewing Responsibilities
e) Procedures and Processes
f) Putting Things Right
g) Demonstrating Compliance
About the eBusiness Club
This training day is being organised as part of the eBusiness Club activities managed on behalf of the Chamber on Merseyside by MERIT (NW) Ltd and supported by leading public and private sector partners. The Merseyside eBusiness club will assist members to achieve the best possible results from their ICT and eBusiness systems. At the same time they will learn about innovations in the market place and hear directly from the leading voices in the industry
Full details about the eBusiness Club can be found online at www.merit.org.uk/ebusinessclub or alternatively by contacting Ian Bulmer, eBusiness Club Co-ordinator, MERIT (NW) Ltd, One Old Hall Street, Liverpool. L3 9HG. Tel: 0151 285 1400 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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