The conference is organized by The Norwegian Society of Lifting Technology which has a secretariat agreement with Tekniske Foreningers Servicekontor (TFS). TFS works according to guidelines provided by The Norwegian Society of Lifting Technology.
Tekniske Foreningers Servicekontor AS (TFS) – personal data processing
TFS will be changing its name to Quality Norway AS (same business registration number) on 01.12.2018.
Our privacy rules will of course continue to apply after the name change.
Personal data is information that can be linked directly to you, such as your name, email address and company name. We need this information in order to serve you as a customer.
Purpose of the processing
The purpose of processing your personal data is to identify you as a customer and fulfil the agreement you have with us.
Your personal data will be processed by our trusted employees.
Everyone working for TFS has a duty of confidentiality. This duty does not just extend to disclosures made to third parties but also internally between employees, and it continues to apply after the employee leaves the company.
Which personal data will be processed?
Data processed by TFS can be classified as follows:
• Administrative data such as name, address, mobile number, email address and employer.
• Data about completed courses and conferences, including access to course documentation from each course.
Valid basis for processing
We only obtain information about you to allow us to send you information that you have requested. We will never obtain and store your information without your consent, and we will only use the information for the purposes we have stated.
If we need to process sensitive personal data in order to fulfil our agreement with you, we will obtain your consent prior to processing. Your consent restricts the processing to only such data that is necessary for TFS to be able to fulfil the specific agreement.
You may withdraw your consent at any time. We will then stop processing the personal data in question.
Disclosing personal data
Personal data may be shared with the authorities when the law stipulates a duty of disclosure or discovery.
Any third party receiving personal data from us is contractually obliged to observe confidentiality.
TFS will never disclose or sell personal data (e.g. mailing lists) to external parties without your consent.
We do not store personal data for longer than is necessary in order to achieve the objective of the processing. If you are a customer, we will store personal data about you.
All information we hold on you will be stored on secure servers in accordance with defined security procedures.
Right of access
You are entitled to access the data we hold on you. You have the right to know the purpose and basis of the processing, which information about you is being processed, any recipients or categories of recipients with whom your personal data is being shared, how long your personal data will be stored for, and where the data has been obtained from.
Right to request rectification and deletion
If you believe that TFS has registered data about you that is inaccurate or incomplete, you may request that the data be corrected. You may request that we delete data we hold on you if the data is no longer needed to achieve the objective of the processing, if you withdraw your consent and your consent provided the basis for the processing, if you object to the processing and there are no other overriding legitimate reasons to continue the processing, or if the data has been unlawfully processed.
Right to data portability
You have the right to receive the personal data we hold on you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. You are also entitled to have the data we have received from you transferred to another data controller if it is technically possible and the processing is based on consent or a contract.
The data controller is the person who determines the objective of the processing of the personal data and which tools should be used. TFS has appointed a data controller who is tasked with keeping track of the processes, areas of business and systems that process personal data and with continually monitoring the internal controls and risk situation.
Our data controller is Tone Kildahl, who can be contacted as follows:
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Mobile: (+47) 992 30 011
The role of the Norwegian Data Protection Authority is to ensure that privacy laws are being observed. If you believe that a breach has occurred, you may submit a written representation to the Data Protection Authority by post: Norwegian Data Protection Authority, Postboks 8177, 0034 Oslo, NORWAY