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Parent's right

Our school brings in an external psychologist to assess some students. She/he gets access to information such as child's name, parents phone number, class and medical information. what should we do to be gdpr compliant?
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Andrei Hanganu Aug 22, 2018

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In the situation described by you the psychologist would act as a processor and would process the personal data you've mentioned on your behalf in order to provide the assessment. There are two things to be considered in this situation:

1. There needs to be a legally binding document between the school acting as a data controller and the psychologist acting as a data processor. These documents must comply with the requirements of EU GDPR art 28 – Processor (https://advisera.com/eugdpracademy/gdpr/processor/). You can find such template in your EU GDPR Documentation Toolkit (https://advisera.com/eugdpracademy/documentation/supplier-data-processing-agreement/).
2. The second thing is that you need to ment ion in your Privacy Notice(s) that personal data would be processed by third parties. You can find such template in your EU GDPR Documentation Toolkit (https://advisera.com/eugdpracademy/documentation/privacy-notice/)
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