Privacy Policy

Dear visitor of the website.

Thank you for your interest in our company, products, and the opportunity to establish a business relationship or find a new job.

The LPH Group considers the protection of personal data to be an important part of its business and takes a responsible approach to the application of legal requirements and regulations on personal data protection. Such an approach is typical in all legal units that are part of the LPH group and can act as an operator or intermediary within the framework of contractual relations (their full name, legal form and registered office are listed in the Contact section)

The following is a privacy policy. It forms the basic framework through which we process personal data. This procedure is documented by internal regulations (DIRECTIVE, security measures, records of processing operations, etc.), prepared in accordance with the wording of Act No. 18/2018 on the protection of personal data and Regulation No. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council on the Protection of Personal Data, with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR).

The DIRECTIVE regulates the procedures of individual operators (LPH Vranov n / T, sro, LPH as; 1.prešovská nástrojáreň, sro; JAKOR sro), its employees, and other persons in the handling of personal data, rules for obtaining, collecting, storing, using, dissemination, and storage of personal data in individual information systems. At the same time, the Directive regulates certain obligations of the controller, its employees and other persons when handling personal data.

Each time you visit our website, software algorithms record data for the indirect collection of information such as your internet address cookies. This information may be stored in our records.

If you contact us by e-mail, this correspondence may be recorded.

If you are a job seeker and you fill in the form (Personal Questionnaire) in the Job section, we draw your attention to the clause that is part of the text of the questionnaire, where you consent to the processing of your personal data for the purposes of registering job seekers.

If you choose to use the site and its tools, the information you provide by filling out forms may be recorded and processed.

If you become an employee of one of the companies within the LPH Group, you will be thoroughly informed about the method of processing your personal data when you start your employment. If your consent is required for any purpose, we will request it from you with a clear justification.

Our website does not link to social media sites.

If you decide to visit the website of our contractual partners through the provided links, we recommend that you review the privacy policies on their websites. The terms of privacy of our partners may differ from ours.

In the conditions of the LPH Group, we adhere to these Basic Principles

  1. Principle of Legality

Personal data can only be processed lawfully, fairly and transparently. As part of this principle, it is necessary to inform the userof the conditions for the processing of personal data and subsequently to actually process his data in accordance with that information. Processing of personal data is possible only on one of the legal bases set by the GDPR, while the obligation is to comply not only with the GDPR and the Personal Data Protection Act but also with other relevant legal regulations.

  1. Principle of Limitation

Personal data may only be collected for a specific, explicit and legitimate purpose. Further processing of personal data obtained in this way for another purpose that is incompatible with the original purpose is prohibited.

  1. Principle of Minimization

It is possible to process only personal data which, in scope and content, correspond to the purpose of their processing and are necessary. It is not permissible to process personal data that are redundant, unneeded, or not required to achieve the intended purpose.

  1. Principle of Precision

Only correct and up-to-date personal data can be processed. If personal data is found to be incorrect, all available measures must be taken to correct or delete it.

  1. Principle of Minimal Retention

Personal data may be processed only for the time necessary to achieve the specified purpose. When the processing for that purpose has ended, the personal data must be deleted.

  1. Principles of Integrity and Confidentiality

The controller is obliged to ensure the protection of personal data that it processes. To this end, he  must take appropriate technical and organizational measures, such as encryption and pseudonymisation.

  1. Principle of Responsibility

The controller is obliged to process personal data in accordance with the GDPR and the Personal Data Protection Act and to comply with all obligations, keep the prescribed documentation, and review it regularly to prove compliance with individual obligations in the event of inspection.

We respect and want to inform you about the rights of persons concerned:

  1. The Right to Information – [This one needs correction in Slovak!]

Everyone whose personal data is processed has the right to the information set out in the GDPR and the Personal Data Protection Act. To this end, the operator is obliged to take appropriate measures to provide this information to the people concerned. The information may be provided via a website, on request by e-mail or in paper form. The information must be provided in a concise, transparent, comprehensible and easily accessible form, worded clearly and simply.

  1. Right to Access Data

Every person whose personal data is processed has the right to obtain a confirmation as to whether you are processing said data. If you process the personal data of this person, he or she has the right to access this data and information as stipulated by law.

  1. Right of Rectification

Every person has the right to have only his or her correct and up-to-date data processed. If the user so requests, incorrect and out-of-date data must be corrected.

  1. Right of Deletion

In certain cases, the user has the right to have his or her personal data deleted. If the legal conditions are met, the operator is obliged to delete its data.

  1. The right to Restrict Processing

In certain cases, the user has the right to restrict the processing of his or her personal data. During the processing restriction, his or her data may only be stored, it is not possible to process it in any way, shape, or form.

  1. Right to Data Portability

Where personal data are processed in electronic form with the consent of the person concerned, the user may request that his or her personal data be provided in a form which allows transfer to another controller.

  1. Right to Object

The user has the right to object to the processing of his or her data in certain circumstances.

  1. The right to Refuse Profiling

The data subject has the right to refuse to have his or her personal data subjected to automated decision-making, including profiling.

In order for you, the user, to exercise the above rights or to obtain further information on the use of personal data by LPH, in case of any doubts, comments or complaints about the collection of personal data, or on how to use them, contact us by e-mail at responsible_person. @,,, or in writing to the address of the registered office of the companies.

The supervisory body is the Office for Personal Data Protection (ÚOOP), more information at

The content of this section is valid from: May 2018