Your privacy is of great importance to TSH. We therefore adhere to the privacy act. This means that your data is safe with us and that we always use it properly. In this privacy statement, we explain everything we do at the www.tsh.eu service with information we learn about you. If you have any questions, or want to know exactly what we track about you, please contact TSH.
The contact form allows you to ask us questions or make requests.
To do this, we use your name and address, telephone number and e-mail address. We do this based on your consent. We keep this information until we are sure you are satisfied with our response.
We would like to send you advertising about offers and new products or services. We do this:
via social media
You can object to this advertising at any time.
Provision to other companies or institutions
We provide your personal data to other companies or institutions only if it is necessary for our service or if we are required to do so by law (for example, if the police require it in case of suspected crime).
We cooperate with certain companies, such as our subsidiaries that are part of TSH. They may therefore obtain your personal data if necessary to provide you with the information you require.
Our service includes social media buttons. With these, the operators of these services (potentially) collect your personal data.
When you first visit our service, we display a message explaining cookies. If you continue to use our service after that, we will assume that you do not object to the cookies.
You can disable the setting of cookies through your browser, but some things about our service will then no longer work properly.
We have made arrangements with other companies that place cookies. However, we do not have full control over what they do with the cookies. Please read their privacy statements as well.
We use Google Analytics to track how visitors use our service. We have a processing agreement with Google. This contains strict agreements about what they are allowed to track. We allow Google to use the obtained Analytics information for other Google services. We do not allow Google to anonymize IP addresses.
Security of personal data is very important to us. To protect your privacy, we take the following measures:
Access to personal data is protected with a user name and password
Access to personal data is protected by a user name and a login token
We take physical measures such as locks and safes to protect access to the systems where personal data is stored
We use secure connections (Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL) that protect all information between you and our website when you input personal information
We keep logs of all retrievals of personal data.
Changes to this privacy statement
When our service changes, we naturally need to update the privacy statement as well. So always note the date above and check regularly for new versions. We will do our best to announce changes separately as well.
Inspection and changing your data
If you have questions or want to know what personal data we have about you, you can always contact us. Please see the contact details below.
You have the following rights:
get an explanation of what personal data we hold and what we do with it
access the exact personal data we hold
To have errors corrected
to have outdated personal data removed
object to a particular use
Please make sure that you always clearly identify who you are so that we can be sure we are not modifying or deleting data belonging to the wrong person.
Applications via our website
On our website, you can apply for open positions via an online form. Here you enter your personal data and can upload your CV and cover letter along with it. This data is stored for use in evaluating your application.
The information that you submit to us via the website will be deleted from our files 1 year after you submit the form. If you would like this data to be deleted earlier, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filing a complaint
If you feel that we are not helping you in the right way, you have the right to file a complaint with the regulator. This is called the Personal Data Authority.
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