Dutch Pipeline Engineering SL (hereinafter: DPE) respects your personal data and ensures that the personal information provided is treated confidentially.
The privacy law (GDPR) sets a number of requirements for the way in which we handle your personal data. One of these requirements is that we explain to you what we do with your personal data and why we do it.
The purpose of this privacy statement is therefore to give you a clear explanation about this. For more information on this subject you can always contact us (see below).
Registered name organisation: Dutch Pipeline Engineering SL
name contactperson: Antonio Tedesco
E-mail address contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is personal data?
Personal data is data that says something about you or that we can associate with you. We call the collection, storage and use of your data ‘processing’ your personal data.
We process personal data such as your first and last name, e-mail address and telephone number. In some cases we process your name and address details, date of birth and information from your CV. This happens when you apply for a job with us.
If we organize events, it is possible that images are made of you. These are special personal data. We process the above personal data in the context of our services, because they have been obtained by us, have been provided by you on your own initiative or have been made known to us by third parties.
Why do we need your personal data?
According to the GDPR, we need clear goals in order to request, store and use your personal data. We process (possibly) your personal data for the following purposes:
providing our services;
- to enable the purchase of goods and/or services;
- to approach applicants for vacancies;
- internal and external communication.
On which legal bases do we base our processing of your personal data?
In addition to a purpose, we also need a legal basis to process your data. DPE processes the above-mentioned personal data on the basis of the following principles:
- the execution of an agreement;
- a legal obligation;
- legitimate interest;
We need your express permission for any images that may be made of you during events that we organise.
Which other organizations receive your personal data?
We only share your personal data with other parties to the extent necessary for our services with due observance of the aforementioned purposes. For example engaging another third party on our behalf and on behalf of us, such as an IT supplier. A processing agreement is concluded with a third party that processes your personal data on our behalf and on behalf of us, as a result of which that third party must also comply with the GDPR rules. For example our software supplier who takes care of the processing of the claim management.
How long may we process your personal data?
In principle, no longer than is necessary for us. We therefore process almost all personal data for as long as the business contact with you lasts. In a number of cases, specific statutory retention periods apply that we must adhere to.
If you apply for a job with us and provide us with your personal data, this data will be kept for a maximum of four weeks after the application procedure has ended, unless we have requested your explicit permission to keep this data for longer.
What rights do you have under the GDPR??
According to the GDPR you have the following rights:
- The right to information about our processing of your personal data;
- The right to inspect your data;
- The right to correction of incorrect data;
- (In certain cases) the right to erasure of the data and the right to “be forgotten”;
- The right to restriction of data processing;
- The right to object to the data processing;
- The right to transfer your data (data portability);
If you want to make use of one or more of these rights, please contact Roelof Jonkers. Circumstances may arise in which we as a data subject cannot or cannot fully implement your request. This includes retention periods that oblige us to keep your personal data longer.
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With cookies from Google we can receive reports on how our website is made and we can measure the quality and effectiveness of our website. We use Google Analytics in the manner prescribed by the Dutch Data Protection Authority (privacy-friendly setting of Google Analytics) to be able to fall under the exception in the cookie law. Because we use Google Analytics in this way, we do not need your prior consent for the use of Google Analytics.
Where can you make a complaint?
If, despite our careful handling of your personal data, you still have a complaint in this regard, you can submit a complaint to us. We would be happy to discuss this with you. You can also submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP). Contact details of the AP can be found on their website: www.autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl.