This privacy protection policy provides information about AB Järnbrukförnödenheter's ("JBF") processing of personal data, i.e. how we use, store and protect your personal data as well as for what purposes the data is collected and what rights you have.
For the processing that takes place within JBF's operations, JBF is considered the data controller (AB Järnbrukförnödenheter, Registration No 556014-7083, Box 1721, SE-111 87 Stockholm, Sweden).
Personal data is the data about you as an individual that we collect and store for various purposes as part of our daily operations.
The type of personal data that we collect and why we do this
Contacts at costumers and suppliers
In order to have effective communication with you as a customer or supplier about deliveries, order status, answers to questions, etc., we store your contact details related to the service in the company you work for, for example name, email address and phone number.
Sometimes additional information may be processed, for example if you have a user account with us, we will also process your login details.
When it comes to digital visitors visiting the website, we collect navigational data such as IP address, cookies, session identifiers, browser type, web pages viewed and links clicked.
For the other persons we have contact with, we mainly process your contact details such as your name, your e-mail address and/or your telephone number. We process your personal data in order to provide the services or information you have requested (for example, participation in a training) or when it is necessary to fulfill an agreement with you and/or your organization.
If JBF should process your personal data for any purpose that requires your consent, we will obtain your consent in advance. Some personal data may be mandatory to provide, for example in order for us to provide a service or fulfill another request from you. This will then be stated or made clear in connection with the data being collected.
From which sources do we obtain personal data?
Collection of your personal data mainly takes place when you contact us and enter your details, for example in connection with registering to participate in a training course, asking for information or ordering services and/or products from us.
With whom we may share your personal data
In some situations, it is necessary for us to engage other parties in order to carry out our work. We may therefore share your data
- with trusted service providers for the purposes stated above, eg to provide IT services. However, these providers act on JBF's behalf and JBF is responsible for the use of your data;
- with our owners/customers and suppliers to the extent that it is required for the cooperation between the organizations to function;
- when we are obliged by law or authority decision to provide information to, for example, the police, other authorities and similar legal bodies;
- when JBF deems it necessary to protect JBF's rights, protect your safety and rights or investigate fraud and similar actions.
Where we process your personal data
We always aim for your personal data to be processed within Sweden.
How do we handle Swedish ID numbers?
As far as possible, we avoid processing Swedish ID numbers. In some cases, however, it is justified mainly because we need to have secure identification.
How is your personal data protected?
We work actively to ensure that personal data is handled securely. This applies both through technical and organizational protective measures.
How long we save your personal data?
We never save your personal data longer than is necessary for the respective purpose. We have developed cleaning procedures to ensure that personal data is not saved longer than is necessary for the specific purpose. How long this is varies depending on the reason for the processing. Due to legislation, certain data in the bookkeeping, for example, needs to be saved for at least seven years.
What are your rights as a data subject?
As a registered data subject, you have a number of rights under current legislation. How to proceed to manage your rights, see the paragraph "Manage your rights" below. Below we list the data subject's rights.
Right to register extracts (right to access)
If you want to know which personal data we process about you, you can request access to the data. When you submit such a request, we may ask some questions to ensure that your request is handled efficiently. We will also take steps to ensure that the data is requested by and given to the right person.
Right to rectification
If you discover that the data entry is incorrect you then have the right to request that your personal data be rectified. You also have the right to supplement any incomplete personal data. In certain cases you are able to make corrections yourself; where this is the case we shall inform you about this.
Right to erasure
Right to restrict data processing
You have the right to request that our processing of your personal data be restricted. If you object to the accuracy of the personal data we process, you can request limited processing during the time we need to check whether the personal data is accurate.
Right of objection to certain type of processing
You always have a right to object to all processing of personal data based on a balancing of interests. You always have the right, moreover, to avoid receiving direct marketing.
Right to data portability
You have, as registered user, the right to data portability if our right to process your personal data is based either on your consent or on fulfilment of the terms of an agreement with you. A precondition for data portability is that the data transfer is technically possible and can take place automatically.
Manage your rights
Send any inquiries regarding the above-mentioned rights to firstname.lastname@example.org. The document must be in writing and personally signed by the person making the request, and the email must, as far as possible, be sent from the email address you are registered with at JBF.
We will respond to your requests without undue delay and within 30 days at the latest.
The Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection is the responsible authority for monitoring the application of legislation concerning data protection. If you consider that we act incorrectly you can contact the Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection, see www.imy.se
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Last updated 2022-06-15