Whether deliberately or inadvertently, in your interactions with SCHUNK, you will share personal data with us. We believe it is important to handle this data as carefully as possible. This is why we have created this Privacy Statement and set out how we handle your personal data and the specific rights you have.
This is the Privacy Statement of Stichting SCHUNCK, with its registered offices in Heerlen, listed in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce under file number 64162028, hereinafter to be referred to as: “SCHUNCK”.
SCHUNCK processes personal data within the meaning of article 4 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Personal data includes all data that can be used to directly or indirectly identify a natural person.
The type of personal data we process depends on the agreed services (e.g. signing up for a membership and/or taking out a subscription and/or attending a workshop) and the general purpose of processing this data. The types of data processed by SCHUNK include the following:
In the course of providing some services, for example the digital government information point (IDO) at the library, we may need to collect and process special categories of data. Which include financial, health and religious information, among others. We collect and process this data only when strictly necessary and with your explicit (written) consent. We understand the sensitivity of this information and will take all necessary measures to ensure its security and confidentiality. As soon as this data is no longer needed, it will also be immediately and permanently deleted. We treat this special data with the utmost care and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
SCHUNK requires the aforementioned personal data for entering into or performing an agreement we have entered into with you. We may also process your personal data if this is necessary to comply with legal obligations, to represent a legitimate interest of ours, or because you have given us permission to do so. In the event we process personal data based on your consent, you are free to withdraw this consent at any time.
Why do we process your personal data?
SCHUNCK processes your personal data for the following purposes:
Your personal data does not necessarily have to be subject to all of the above purposes. This depends on your legal relationship with SCHUNK.
The personal data we process is not kept for longer than strictly necessary, taking into consideration any legal obligations. There may also be a legitimate interest in why your data is kept for longer. In addition, if you have given us permission to do so, we may keep your data for longer than necessary.
We take appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data against any form of unauthorised access, misuse and/or unauthorised disclosure.
All our employees are bound by confidentiality and must adhere to our instructions regarding the protection of personal data.
If you believe your personal data is not sufficiently protected or have indications of any misuse or otherwise, please contact us.
We will never provide your personal data to third parties, unless the law requires us to do so, this is necessary for the performance of our work (e.g. if we have to report to the control rooms), or if you have given us permission to do so. As for interactions with third parties that act as processors within the meaning of the GDPR, we will first conclude separate processing agreements with these parties. We will never store personal data outside the European Union.
Some generally accessible areas on our premises may use CCTV surveillance cameras. We have installed these for security and supervision purposes. In the event of any incidents, we will register and keep the recorded images for the purpose of investigation and to establish potential liability. The use of camera surveillance has been registered with the supervisory authority for personal data (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens) under number P-0020136.
Several of our services are aimed at children under the age of 16. This includes, for example, workshops and library services. In these cases, legal representatives may make use of the (children’s) rights summarised below.
Each time we process your personal data, you have the following rights:
Should you have any complaints about SCHUNK’s data processing, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you may also submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’). For more information, see www.autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl.
We will always process your request(s)/objection(s) as prescribed by the GDPR. We do not necessarily have to comply with your request or honour an objection in all cases. For example, when the processing of your data is necessary for compliance with legal obligations. You may submit your request or objection to us in writing (by post or email). Before we comply with your request, you must first identify yourself by means of a valid proof of identity.
We will always try to respond to your request in writing as soon as possible, but within four weeks at the latest. In the event we will not/cannot honour your request, we will contact you to explain our reasoning.
Attn. Privacy Officer
6411 JM Heerlen
This Privacy Statement may be periodically updated. We recommend that you consult the Privacy Statement regularly.
This Privacy State is effective as of December 10, 2018.