Company: FOREST TRAINERS® / Eronkoski Ltd
Business ID: 2963026-8
Address: Järvikyläntie 31
Post office: NIVALA
Phone: +358 400 193 121
2. Person in charge of the register
3. Data Protection Officer
Name: Jukka Eronkoski
4. Purpose of the register
The collected personal data is used for:
Identifying customers and managing their access rights. Delivering orders for registered customers, as well as maintaining and developing customer relationships.
5. Bases for collecting and processing data
Customer data is collected and processed with customers’ consent, or to fulfil agreements made with customers.
6. Data contents in the register
Company name, Business ID, Email address, Phone number. Person’s name and contact information.
7. Data retainment period
Personal data is retained for as long as it is needed for fulfilling the agreement made with the customer or to improve customer service.
8. Regular data sources
Data is collected into the register from:
The person themselves. Official registers within legal boundaries (e.g. ytj.fi). Data is also collected using the Google Analytics tools.
9. Regular disclosure of data and data transfer outside the EU or the EEA
Data is not regularly disclosed outside of the company. However, some of the external providers of service or software may retain data outside the EU or the EEA. Personal data is in any case protected as required by personal data law.
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11. Register safety
Data is transferred over a secure SSL connection.
Electronic data is protected with a firewall, user credentials and passwords.
Only persons employed by the registrar who need the data for their work have access rights to them. Persons processing register data and obligated by confidentiality clauses and have been trained to manage data registers.
12. Automatic decision-making
Automatic decision-making (article 22 of the GDRP) is not applied.
13. Data subject’s rights
The data subject has a right to verify what data regarding them have been saved in the personal data register. Requests for verification must be sent with the data subject’s signature to the aforementioned person in charge of the data register.
The data subject has a right to demand erroneous or outdated data be amended or removed, or transfer of the data from one system to another. They also have a right to restrict or oppose the use of their data in accordance with articles 18 and 21 of the GDPR.
The data subject has the right to withdraw their previous consent to process their data, or make a complaint to authorities about how their data has been processed.
The data subject may also their data being used for direct marketing purposes.