What is considered personal data
Personal data is all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, such as, name, address, phone number and e-mail address.
We collect data that you submit to us
A) send them to us via letter, email or any of the forms on our websites.
B) data automatically collected when you visit any of our websites.
A. Details you send to us
1. Letter / email
For example, if you report your interest in one of our services or seek employment with us via email or mail, the information you provide in the letter / message will only be visible to us. These data will not be disclosed to anyone outside healthyfitbody.
2. Formulation data
On our websites there are forms that you can use as a visitor to ask questions, report interest or leave messages to us at healthyfitbody. The requested data (so-called “form data”) is for example: name, email and case / message. We use this data to register and possibly process / answer what you report, report and / or ask.
B. Data automatically collected by us when you visit our websites
1. Log files
When you visit the Internet from your mobile device or computer, some information will be transferred to so-called log files. These are files that contain the computer’s log, ie a chronological list of events and actions in the computer / mobile device. When you visit our site, this visit is stored in your log files. This information is anonymous and can not be derived from you as a person.
On our websites cookies are used, i.e. small text files stored on the visitor’s computer and which, among other things, can save personal settings and allow you to follow what the visitor does on the site.
You can set the browser to prevent cookies from being saved or request confirmation before a cookie is stored. In this way, you can decide if you want to accept or reject each individual cookie. Additionally, you can change the settings for cookies under settings in your web browser. In the same place, you can also see which cookies are used on the sites you visit.
On our websites are used:
Own cookies, used solely by the one of our websites you visit.
Third party cookies used by organizations other than us. For example, we use Google Analytics to collect statistics about how our sites are used.
Both own cookies and third party cookies can be:
Session cookies, used to disassemble different users and exist only as long as a user uses a specific web service.
Fixed cookies, stored on your mobile, tablet or computer to show you the right information the next time you visit the same site again.
Cookies that collect statistics. We use Google Analytics to collect statistics about how our sites are used. All information gathered by Google Analytics is anonymous. Learn more about Google Analytics here: www.google.com/intl/en/analytics/.
On our sites, there may be links to external features, such as Facebook and Google+. Cookies can also be found on these sites. Information about this should be provided on these websites.
Read more about cookies: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Webbkaka.
Processing of data
Information that you send to healthyfitbody. by letter, email, contact form on our websites or otherwise may be processed by healthyfitbody staff. This is inevitable in order for us to register interest reports and answer questions and more. All personal data and all sensitive information that healthyfitbody receives is completely confidential and will never be accessible to anyone other than healthyfitbody staff, otherwise in the case where this has been expressly approved by the customer / stakeholder in question, or if applicable agreements or laws so require. healthyfitbody. personnel are bound by confidentiality to adhere to these restrictions even after the employment / assignment of healthyfitbody has ceased.
The data collected by cookies (read more about cookies above) while visiting our websites is not processed at all by healthyfitbody staff but stored only for the purpose of our websites to work better and provide users with better experiences. For this purpose, data may be processed anonymously by Google Analytics (learn more about Google Analytics above).
We store your personal information as long as the provision of our services requires it or if there are other legitimate reasons for further storage.
When searching for an available service, we will keep the personal data associated with your application for five years. In a recruitment process, other documents with personal data are also saved, which are saved for a long time depending on how long they may be considered relevant. Interview notes are stored for example for two years, while test results and references are usually not saved for longer than one year. Background checks are not stored at all.
We save up to five years of customer and employee duties.
The disclosure of personal data or other sensitive data that you provide to us by letter, email, forms on our websites or otherwise will only be transferred to third parties as this has been expressly approved by the customer / stakeholder in question or it would be required to fulfill agreement or current legislation.
Information to customers
In order to send a quote, deliver products that you have ordered, invoice for delivered goods and services and so on, we need to collect some personal information about you. This information will be included in the billing system of the company for which you purchased goods / services from. We will not sell, transfer or transmit your personal information to third parties, except in cases where laws and regulations require it. We will only store your personal data as long as laws and regulations require it, then they will be deleted. If you do not wish to give your consent to collecting this information, you must send an email to [email protected] Note that you may complain to the Privacy Authority (formerly Data Inspectorate) if you consider we violate the rules of the GDPR.
You are entitled to receive information about the personal data stored with us about you. In addition, under the statutory terms, you may request correction of incorrect data, data limitation or deletion of your personal data. You are also entitled to object to the treatment based on a balance of interest.
If you do not wish to give your consent that we collect, process and / or save information about you or someone / you represent, you must send an email to [email protected] Note that you may complain to the Privacy Authority (formerly Data Inspectorate) if you consider we violate the rules of the GDPR.