Name of the authority: Pokrajinski muzej Ptuj-Ormož (PMPO) Responsible official for the catalogue: dr. Aleksander Lorenčič Date of publication of the catalogue or date of last modification: 7. 01. 2021 The catalogue is available at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal organisational unit: – OE Ormož Address: Grajski trg 3, 2270 Ormož Tel: 02 741 72 90 E-mail: email@example.com – Head of OE Ormož: Nevenka Korpič
CEO Dr. Aleksander Lorenčič (01. 01. 2021-31. 12. 2025)
Public Institution Council (2019-2024) Andrej Lazar, President, Zlatka Majcen, Vice-President, Miha Požgai, Rajko Fajt, Matejka Milošič, Jernej Kosi, Stanka Gačnik.
Expert Council (2020-2025) Dr. Eva Ilec, President, Iva Ciglar, Nevenka Korpič, Dr. Maja Janežič, Saška Colnarič, Dr. Tomaž Lazar, Mag. Milena Koren Božiček, Jože Rataj, Dr. Aleksandra Berberih Slana.
The Ptuj-Ormož Regional Museum is a general museum and the largest regional museum in Slovenia, with collections and departments for archaeology, history, cultural history, ethnology, restoration workshops and other services. Its origins date back to 1893, when the Museum Society was founded in Ptuj and archaeological finds were exhibited in the then lower secondary school. In 1895, the collection was supplemented by numerous donated museum collections of various genres. The museum was named the City Ferk Museum after the donor, Prof. Franz Ferk. Over the years, the exhibition space became too cramped, so in 1928 he moved to the former Dominican monastery. After 1945, it was given the castle complex to manage, thus acquiring most of the current buildings. At the same time, it expanded its area of activity and in 1963 was named the Ptuj Regional Museum. Today, it operates in the wider area of Ptuj and Ormož, which is famous for its rich prehistoric and ancient sites (Roman Petoviona), the period of the migration of peoples, medieval and modern testimonies about the cultural and economic importance of Ptuj and its hinterland, and picturesque folk traditions.
4. A LIST OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND BY-LAWS IN THE MUSEUM’S FIELD OF WORK
Legislation: – Decree on the establishment of the PMPO. – Resolution on the National Programme for Culture of the Republic of Slovenia. – Collective agreement for cultural activities in the Republic of Slovenia. – Labour Relations Act. – Civil Servants Act. – Public Finance Act. – Act on the Exercise of the Public Interest in Culture. – Act on the Protection of Cultural Heritage. – Act on Institutions. – Act on the Remuneration System in the Public Sector. – Public Finance Act. – Regulations on the Register of Cultural Heritage. – Regulations on the Protection and Safeguarding of National Treasures and Museum Material, on Registration in the Register of Museums, and on Granting of Authorisation for the Provision of the State Public Service of Museums.
Internal acts: – Collective agreement of the Regional Museum Ptuj. – Act on the internal organisation and systematisation of posts in the Regional Museum Ptuj-Ormož. – Integrity plan. – Security plan. – Fire regulations for the facilities of the Ptuj Regional Museum and Fire Risk Assessment for the facilities of the Ptuj Regional Museum (CPV 178/2001). – Occupational health and safety statement with risk assessment. – Rules on the protection of personal data – Operational rules on procedures and measures for the protection of personal data – Rules on working hours, breaks, rest periods and holidays – Rules on disciplinary liability. – Rules on opening hours and entrance fees. – Rules on accounting. – Rules on the publication of the media of the Ptuj Regional Museum. – Rules of the Ptuj Regional Museum on the protection of museum and documentary material. – Rules of the Ptuj-Ormož Regional Museum. – Rules of the Ptuj-Ormož Regional Museum on the Collection Policy for the Acquisition, Care and Use of Materials and Collections. – Rules of the Ptuj-Ormož Regional Museum on opening hours and admission fees – Rules of the Ptuj-Ormož Regional Museum on loans of museum material. – Rules of the Ptuj-Ormož Regional Museum on the loan of documentary and documentary material. – Rules on the operation of the special museum library.
– Database on staff and invited visitors – Database on staff of the Public Works Programme – Database on staff salaries and payments under authors’ contracts – Database of PMPO library members/users – Database of invited participants in PMPO educational programmes and events
7. A LIST OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS MANAGED BY THE AUTHORITY
– Record of data processing activities concerning employees – Record of data processing activities concerning dependants – Record of data processing activities concerning education, further training and training – Record of data-processing activities on occupational injuries, collective accidents and diagnosed occupational diseases – Record of data processing activities on safe work training and practical skills tests – Record of data processing activities on preventive health surveillance of workers – Record of data processing activities concerning persons performing work on the basis of a referral from an authorised organisation providing work for school pupils and students – Record of data processing activities concerning jobseekers – Record of activity for processing data on wages, salaries, travel orders and other monthly payments – Record of activity for processing data on the use of working time – Records of data processing activities on business partners, contact persons of business partners and potential business partners – Record of data processing activities on the use of mobile phones, cars or other means of communication – Record of data processing activities on mail received and sent – Record of data processing activities on students’ internships – Record of data processing activities on performance measurement and staff appraisals
– Record of data processing activities on researchers – Record of data processing activities on volunteers – Record of data processing activities in respect of authors’, sub-contracts, leases and other contracts – Record of data processing activities on tenants and users of premises PMPO – Record of data processing activities on donors, sellers and borrowers of artifacts and museums – Record of processing activities on rights of entry and exit – Record of processing activities on recipients and providers cultural consents – Record of PMPO library user data processing activities – Record of newsletter subscriber data processing activities – Record of public institution council member data processing activities – Record of data processing activities concerning the members of the PMPO’s Board of Experts – Record of data processing activities concerning journalists – Record of data processing activities concerning publication authorisations – Record of data processing activities of excavators – Record of data processing activities of the ethnological section of the PMPO – Record of data processing activities of the pedagogical section of the PMPO – Record of data processing activities of the Cultural History Section of the PMPO – Record of data processing activities of the Textile Section of the PMPO – Record of data processing activities of the Textile Section of the PMPO
8. LIST OF OTHER COMPUTERISED DATABASES
– Digital Inventory Book, Galis – Personnel records – Electronic workbook of incoming and outgoing mail – Purchase orders and contracts – E-Approvals and time and attendance reader
9. DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO ACCESS PMPO PUBLIC INFORMATION
Most information is available on the PMPO website. Physical access is available by prior arrangement at the museum’s headquarters. Competent person: Irena Maroh; Tel.: 02 787 92 30; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
10. A LIST OF THE MOST FREQUENTLY REQUESTED PUBLIC INFORMATION, INCLUDING DATABASES
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