Dit is het Privacy Statement van Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI). In deze verklaring zetten wij uiteen hoe wij omgaan met de persoonsgegevens die wij verkrijgen via deze website.
Bij Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI) kunt u onder andere informatie aanvragen. Indien u hiervan gebruik maakt, vragen wij u om uw gegevens. Door informatie aan ons te verstrekken stemt u ermee in dat Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI) deze informatie mag gebruiken en staat u ervoor in dat gebruik door ons geen inbreuk oplevert op de rechten van derden. Uw gegevens worden op verschillende manieren vastgelegd, bijvoorbeeld via onze website of door middel van een responsformulier en een antwoordkaart. Het betreft onder meer uw naam, adres, woonplaats, een geldig e-mailadres. Deze gegevens gebruiken wij voor de volgende doeleinden:
- Het verlenen van onze diensten
- Afhandeling van uw aanvraag en informeren over het verloop daarvan
- Informeren over producten en diensten van Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI) of aan DMFI gelieerde bedrijven
- Verstrekking van gegevens aan derden op basis van wettelijke verplichtingen.
Naast de door u zelf verstrekte gegevens, verzamelen wij ook gegevens (onder andere het gebruikte IP-adres) met betrekking tot het bezoek aan onze website. Deze informatie wordt verzameld met het oog op het samenstellen van gebruiksstatistieken, het effectief afhandelen van uw aanvraag alsmede voor de beveiliging van onze website. Voorts verzamelen wij deze gegevens om de site zoveel mogelijk op uw persoonlijke voorkeur af te stemmen.
Tevens kunnen wij u via post en of e-mail gericht op de hoogte houden van onze activiteiten. Wij respecteren uw privacy en zullen de informatie die u ons verschaft altijd vertrouwelijk behandelen en niet aan derden (die geen onderdeel of directe partner van Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI) zijn) doorgeven, actief verkopen of ter beschikking stellen. Wij houden ons hierbij aan de Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens (WBP). U kunt Nederlandse Bakkerij Techniek (NBT) te allen tijde verzoeken om inzage, correctie en verwijdering van uw gegevens door een brief te sturen naar Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI)
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DMFI behoudt zich het recht voor om wijzigingen aan te brengen in dit privacy statement. Check daarom regelmatig dit privacy statement voor het privacy-beleid van Dutch Machinery for the Food Industry (DMFI).
Websites van derden
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PRIVACY AND COOKIE STATEMENT FOR SECTOR GROUPS (NOT LEGAL ENTITIES)
PRIVACY AND COOKIE STATEMENT
This privacy and cookie statement is of DMFI
Member of Koninklijke Metaalunie
Secretarial office: PO Box 2600, 3430 GA, Nieuwegein
Physical address: Einsteinbaan 1
3439 NJ Nieuwegein
Telephone number and e-mail address: +31 30 605 33 44
In this privacy statement, we explain, among other things, the purpose(s) for which we collect and use your personal data. Below you can read why we process personal data of (potential) members of the sector group, sector group committee members, volunteers, students, participants in courses, suppliers, contractors, persons who have a complaint about a product or service of an affiliated business, visitors to our website and other business relations. We will also indicate how long we store your personal data. You can read below what is applicable to you according to your capacity.
For potential members of the sector group
If you have provided us with your personal data in connection with possible membership, we will use your personal data to inform you about the sector group and the membership. This processing is necessary to enable you to take up a possible membership with us. We regard this membership as an ‘agreement’ within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Should you decide not to become a member, we will delete your personal data no later than 2 years after the last contact with you.
For members of the sector group
Taking up and implementing a membership
We collect and use the personal data you provide to us because this is necessary to register you as a member and implement the membership. Naturally, we will inform you about the sector group, the membership, the activities that we organise and the sector developments relevant to you. For the rest, we use your data for other necessary aspects of the membership, such as charging membership fees.
Sending the sector magazine
The membership includes our sector magazine N.A. Members are sent this magazine free of charge. In order to send it, we need to collect and use your personal data. This processing is necessary to implement the membership. Because our magazine is printed by an external party, we also transfer your personal data to the printer/publisher. We have a legitimate interest in this transfer, namely the interest of outsourcing certain activities to third parties.
We collect and use your personal data in order to communicate with you about the quality mark scheme that might apply to you. In the event of an audit by an external party in relation to the quality mark, we transfer your personal data to the business that performs the audit. This processing is necessary to implement the membership.
Listing of affiliated businesses on the website
If you gave us permission when you took up the membership, we will include your business details on our website. This enables potential clients to contact you via our website.
We will store all personal data that we collect and use for the implementation of the membership for up to 2 years after the association year in which the membership with us ended.
Technical help desk
Membership of our sector group includes the use by members of the technical help desk. This processing is also necessary to implement the membership. We therefore use your personal data so that we can answer your technical questions. We store personal data that we collect and use for technical support for up to one year after the last contact.
In our newsletters we draw your attention to any issues and services of third parties which could be relevant to your business. The mailings can therefore have commercial content. We ask your prior permission before we send mailings with commercial content. Every time we send you this kind of mailing, you have the option of informing us that you no longer wish to receive such mailings. See in this connection the opt-out link at the bottom of each mailing. In order to send the newsletters, we make use of a newsletter mailing service. The personal data required to send you the newsletter is therefore transferred to this service provider. We have a legitimate interest in this transfer of your data, namely the interest of outsourcing certain activities to third parties.
For committee members and volunteers of the sector group
The sector group has a sector group committee. We collect and use the personal data of our committee members to enable them to carry out their duties. We regard the relationship between a committee member and the sector group as an ‘agreement’ within the meaning of the GDPR. The processing we perform is necessary to perform the agreement.
If you are a volunteer for the sector group, we collect and use your personal data in order to communicate with you about the various aspects of your volunteer position. That is why this processing is necessary for entering into and performing this agreement.
We will store the personal data of committee members for the term of one year. For volunteers, this term is: one year.
For students or participants in a course
If you have registered for a course or training session, or your employer has done that for you, we will collect and use your personal data so we can draw up a certificate or diploma for you. This processing is necessary to perform the course agreement. We use your e-mail address so we can send you this privacy statement, and will then delete your e-mail address. If necessary, we transfer your personal data to the organisation that provides the course or training session on our behalf, so that this organisation knows who is going to follow the course and can draw up the certificate or diploma. We have a legitimate interest in this transfer, namely the interest of outsourcing certain activities to third parties.
We will store the personal data of students and participants in courses for the term of one year.
For suppliers and contractors
We will collect and use the personal data suppliers or contractors provide to us because this is necessary to conclude with you and perform a possible agreement. For example, because you will appear as a speaker for us at a sector group event. If you are a (potential) supplier or another contractor, your personal data is required for concluding and performing the agreement. In case of purchasing, this is necessary in order to be able to inform you what specifications or wishes certain goods or services should satisfy in our opinion, to be able to pay your invoices and to be able to communicate with you quickly and efficiently concerning other aspects of the order/agreement.
We will retain the personal data of suppliers and contractors for a term of 7 years after the end of the financial year in which the agreement was fully performed. The term is the same as the fiscal retention period.
For persons who have a complaint about a product or service of an affiliated business
The sector group has a procedure for persons who have a complaint about a product or service provided by one of the affiliated businesses. You can fill in a complaints form on our website. In order to be able to deal with, communicate about and settle the complaint, it is necessary for us to collect and use personal data, both of the person who submits the complaint and of the contact person at the affiliated business. If necessary, we will transfer your personal data to the party that must give an independent opinion on the service or goods delivered. The processing we perform is necessary to implement the complaints procedure (which we regard as an ‘agreement’ within the sense of the GDPR). We have a legitimate interest in the transfer of your data to an expert if necessary, namely the interest of outsourcing certain activities to third parties.
We will store the personal data of people who have submitted a complaint for the term of one year after the complaint has been settled.
For visitors to our website
You can fill in a contact form on our website. The contact details you need to enter here will be used by us to inform you about the association and the membership. They also allow us to answer your question. We have a legitimate interest in processing your personal data for these purposes, namely so that we can provide the best possible service to you and give you the correct information.
We store the personal data that you provide us with through the contact form for up to one year after the last contact with you.
You can also register for the newsletter via our website. In this newsletter, we give information about the sector group, the membership and the relevant sector developments and draw your attention to any issues and services of third parties that could be relevant to your business. Every time we send you this kind of mailing, you have the option of informing us that you no longer wish to receive such mailings. See in this connection the opt-out link at the bottom of each mailing. In order to send the newsletters, we make use of a newsletter mailing service. The personal data required to send you the newsletter is therefore transferred to this service provider. We have a legitimate interest in this transfer of your data, namely the interest of outsourcing certain activities to third parties.
We primarily place functional cookies. We do so in order to make our website work properly. This includes matters such as remembering your login details during your visit.
Analytical cookies allow us to see what pages are visited and what sections of our website receive clicks. We use Google Analytics for this purpose. The information collected by Google in this way is anonymised as much as possible.
Finally, our website uses tracking cookies if you have consented thereto. We do so to collect information about your internet behaviour so that we can present you with targeted offers of products or services. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. Your data is stored for at most one year.
For other business relations
We will collect and use the personal data other business relations provide to us because this is necessary in order to look after our legitimate interests. If you are a business relation of ours, we will use your data to be able to contact you for purposes that are in the interest of our sector group. This includes, for example, discussion of a possible collaboration, providing and obtaining information and maintenance of our network.
The sector group regularly holds events that can also be attended by businesses that are not members. If you register for such an event, we regard this as an ‘agreement’ within the meaning of the GDPR. Processing your personal data is in that case necessary for the performance of this agreement with you (providing information about the event and communicating about possible other aspects of the agreement, such as any costs).
We store the personal data of other business relations for up to one year after the last contact.
For all persons whose personal data we process
We use the services of Microsoft Office (including Windows and Office and the related storage facilities for e-mails and other files). Microsoft Corporations Inc. has its registered office in the US. When its services are used, personal data is therefore transferred to the US. Microsoft has a Privacy Shield certificate. This guarantees the security of your personal data.
Our website and e-mail are hosted by an external party. For that reason, we also transfer personal data to this party or these parties. We have a legitimate interest in the transfer of your data to Microsoft and to our website and e-mail host, namely the interest of purchasing certain services from third parties.
You have the right to request to inspect your own personal data. If there is reason to do so, you may also request us to supplement your personal data or to correct inaccuracies. You also have the right to request that your personal data be deleted or that the use of your personal data be limited. You can also submit an objection to the collection and use of your personal data to us or submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority. And finally, you have the right to request to obtain your personal data or that it is transferred to another party. In order to be able to exercise your rights, you can apply to: DMFI – Einsteinbaan 1 – 3439 NJ – Nieuwegein – +31 30 605 3344 – firstname.lastname@example.org Naturally, you can contact us if you have questions or require further information concerning the collection and use of your personal data.
This privacy statement was published on: August 2018