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5. POLICY RESPONSIBILITY
5.1 The governing body of TSAM has appointed a Data Protection Committee to oversee the processing of special personal information by TSAM.
5.2 The TSAM CEO has appointed an Information Officer and delegated to the Information Officer the authority to fulfil the duties and responsibilities required in relevant legislation and regulation.
5.3 The Data Protection Committee delegates to the Information Officer the responsibility of monitoring the special controls established for the collection and processing of Special Personal information and Children’s information and immediately requiring failures to be rectified without reference to the Data Protection Committee.
6. REVIEW AND AUDIT
6.1 The policy (and the procedures, standards and guidelines supporting the policy) is reviewed by the TSAM Data Protection Committee regularly, and at least once in each year.
6.2 Reviews and any revisions of the policy (and the procedures, standards and guidelines supporting the policy) will be recorded in an Approval and Revision History filed with this policy.
6.3 Compliance with this policy (and the procedures, standards and guidelines supporting the policy) is monitored and subject to audit.