Version 1.0, last updated on 25-03-2020
When you send e-mail or other messages to us, we may store these messages. This data is stored on our secure server. This information is not provided to and/or used for purposes other than the performance of our services.
We offer all visitors, customers, suppliers and employees the opportunity to view, change or delete the information currently on our server / known to us.
All information is only stored on our own server and not shared with third parties.
We store the data of applicants who have applied for a job at the Storm Group but do not enter employment for a maximum of 4 weeks after applying. After this period, the data will be destroyed and deleted.
We collect the following data from employees with the aim of complying with the obligation to keep records of the personnel file and also to be able to carry out the payroll administration. It concerns the following data:
Storage and access
This personnel data is stored both digitally and on paper. The digital files are stored on a secure disk to which only the following persons have access: P&O employee and management. The paper file is kept in a locked cabinet, the key of which is held by the HR employee.
The data will be destroyed in accordance with the guidelines set by law.
Data of (future) customers
We collect information from our customers that is necessary for making quotations, orders, invoices and e-mail correspondence.
The data we can process are:
The data is registered in an (electronic) register.
Data from (future) suppliers
We collect information from our suppliers that is required for quotation requests, purchase orders, purchase invoices and e-mail correspondence.
The documents (offers, orders and invoices) are stored in our administration together with the correspondence, both digitally and on paper.
The above data is entered into our inventory and accounting program.
When a data breach is detected, it is mandatory to report it. Here is what needs to be done:
All employees are obliged to take action in the event of (imminent) danger of leaked or distributed data or data that has already been leaked or distributed.