Manufacturers of Machinery and Installations for the Building Industry PRIVACY DECLARATION The Association of Manufacturers of Machinery and Installations for the Construction Industry (hereinafter referred to as FMIB) respects the privacy of its business relations and the users of our products and services. FMIB only processes personal data insofar as these are necessary for the proper fulfillment of its services. FMIB does not provide personal data to third parties, unless the legislator so requires or unless the person whose data is processed gives permission for this himself. If FMIB makes use of external service providers in the performance of tasks, FMIB requires such external service providers or processors to comply with the legal framework for the protection of personal data. FMIB ensures proper security of all personal data by taking suitable organizational measures and the use of modern technical IT facilities. If changes occur in our privacy statement, we will publish the amended statement on our website. FMIB processes your personal data carefully, safely and reliably. We think it is important that you have confidence in our organization. That is why we do everything to protect your privacy. The rules on protecting your privacy are laid down in the General Data Protection Regulation, whereby the Dutch Data Protection Authority supervises compliance with the law. FMIB acts within the framework of the law. Who is the controller? The Association of Manufacturers of Machinery and Installations for the Construction Industry (FMIB) located in Zoetermeer at Zilverstraat 69 is the controller responsible for the processing of personal data. Privacy officer FMIB has chosen not to appoint a Data Protection Officer but has appointed a privacy officer. This position is fulfilled by Mr. P. Hecker, and can be reached via T 088-400 84 58 or via the mail firstname.lastname@example.org. What are personal data? Personal data are all data that can be traced back to a person. Examples include your name, address, telephone number and account number, but also photos and biometric data are personal data. Are you obliged to provide personal information? In many cases it is necessary to use a number of personal data from you in order to be able to offer you the service or product that you purchase from us. In that case, the use of your data is necessary for the contract or the pre-contractual phase. In these cases you are obliged to provide information to us because otherwise we can not meet our legal and / or contractual obligations. Data collected from others? FMIB does not collect data from third parties. We receive the only information we process from the people involved. Personal data that we process: Personal data that we process are: - First and last name - Sex - Address - E-mail address - Phone number - Function - Company - Other Personal Data that you have provided to us by correspondence or by telephone, such as participation in an activity or a question to the FMIB secretariat, either via email, the website or by telephone. Why do we need data? FMIB processes personal data in order to provide you with optimal service. Think of: - Membership affairs - Sending newsletters and / or invitations - Use of FMIB services How long do we keep personal data? FMIB does not store personal data for longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the objectives mentioned in this privacy statement for which this data is collected. Do we share the data with other parties? FMIB does not provide the (personal) data you provide to other parties, unless this is necessary for the execution of the agreement or to fulfill a legal obligation. Based on which legal grounds do we use your data? FMIB uses the personal data for the purposes described above and processes your data only if you have given permission, which is necessary for the implementation of the (membership) agreement.
What rights do you have? FMIB considers it important that you can exercise the rights - which you have according to the law - well. That is why it is very easy to contact us via email@example.com. FMIB will respond to your request as soon as possible, but no later than four weeks. You can exercise the following rights: • The right of inspection: you have the right to inspect the personal data we process about you. • The right of correction: if the personal data that we process from you are not correct, you have the right to adjust it. • The right of removal: if we no longer need your personal data for the purpose for which we received it, you have the right to ask us to remove it. Here are a few exceptions, such as our obligation to retain certain data for, for example, the tax authorities. • The right of limitation: during the period that we are in the process of determining whether your data must be rectified, determining the (un) lawfulness of data processing, determining whether data must be deleted or you have objected to the processing, you have the right to request the restriction of processing. • The right of data portability: at your request we must transfer all personal data that we have from you to you or another organization of your choice. You can only exercise this right if the data is processed on the basis of permission or agreement. • The right of objection: if we process data on the grounds of legitimate interest or public interest, it is possible to raise an objection after which a weighing of interests will follow. In the case of direct marketing you always have the right of objection. Security FMIB takes the protection of personal data seriously. We take appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorized access, unwanted recovery and / or unauthorized modification. If you have the impression that your personal data are not properly secured or there are indications of abuse, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit a complaint to the competent authority: Authority for Personal Data FMIB believes it is important to have satisfied customers. Even though we do everything we can to achieve this, you may not be satisfied. It is possible to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority, if it concerns the protection of personal data. This can be done via: https://autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl/nl/contact-met-de-autoriteit-persoonsgegevens/tip-ons