The London Revit User Group LRUG was formed to enable Revit Users to meet up six times a year. There is only a need to register as a member if you wish to attend meetings, or want to be added to the mailing list.
Historically we collected passport type photos to add to identification badges for meetings, we no longer produce these and all photos previously held have been deleted.
We only ever collect the minimum of data from you, such as contact details, This data is held in our systems, No access is available to outside organisations. We do not loan, share or sell your information. The only correspondence you will receive will be from LRUG in the form of invitations to meetings via Eventbrite or newsletters via MailChimp which also give you the opportunity to unsubscribe from the mailing list.
Should you wish to unsubscribe from the list or update your details at any time of the day or night please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject Access Request Policy
Individuals have the right under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (GDPR), subject to certain exemptions, to have access to their personal records that are held by LRUG.
This is known as a ‘Subject Access Request’ (SAR). Requests may be received from members who have had dealings with and holds data about that individual. This will include information held both electronically and manually and will, therefore, include personal information recorded within electronic systems, spreadsheets, databases or word documents. LRUG has developed this policy to guide you in requesting a Subject Access Requests.
What is a Subject Access Request?
A subject access request (SAR) is simply a written request made by or on behalf of an individual for the information about them, which is held by LRUG The Data Protection Legislation entitles all individuals to make requests for their own personal data to enable individuals to verify the lawfulness of how their information is being processed. An individual is not entitled to information relating to other people (unless they are acting on behalf of that person).
The request does not have to be in any particular form other than in writing, nor does it have to include the words ‘subject access’ or make any reference to the Data Protection Legislation. A SAR may be a valid request even if it refers to other legislation, such as the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) and should, therefore, be treated as a SAR in the normal way.
You Will Need To:
Put the request in writing, detailing the information you are requesting
Send the request to email@example.com
Information required to complete a request. Name, Address, Contact number, Email,
Other information that may be relevant to your request.
So basically you have to supply the only information we will be storing so we can confirm that we have it (you can’t see it but I’m rolling my eyes as I write this)
You do not have to tell us your reason for making the request or what you intend to do with the information requested, although it may help us to find the relevant information if you do explain the purpose of the request.
Where you are unable to put the request in writing, assistance will be provided to make the request verbally. We will endeavour to provide results in a format requested by you within the timescales set out by law.
Finally the bit you are really interested in
Registration for Mail List and Invite List
To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org Please state in your email that
Name (First, Last)
Company Name If you have moved companies please let me know what your last company was or your old email address so that I can remove the old email address off the database to keep it up to date.
Email Address If different than the one used to send the request
This information may well be contained within your standard signature used for emails.