In this document, the following capitalised definitions apply:
c) Website: the website of Schouten & Nelissen at www.sn.nl
d) Personal Data: data provided by commissioning parties and clients of Schouten & Nelissen, as defined in the Personal Data Protection Act (WBP)
e) User: every user of the Website
f) Commissioning Party, Client: any third party who has entered into an agreement with Schouten & Nelissen by virtue of which Personal Data needs to be provided.
Article 2: General
Schouten & Nelissen has been the leading training and consultancy agency for personal and organisational development since as early as 1980. Personal data is recorded within the framework of the activities carried out by Schouten & Nelissen. Schouten & Nelissen will treat this Personal Data, as well as the Confidential Information, in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act. With a view to this Personal Data, Schouten & Nelissen will act in accordance with the professional code for psychologists of the Dutch Association of Psychologists (NIP). In addition, all employees of Schouten & Nelissen are subject to an internal code of conduct which also contains provisions regarding the protection of Personal Data.
Article 3. Purpose of registering Personal Data
By registering Personal Data, Schouten & Nelissen aims to systematically record, store and make data of Commissioning Parties and Clients available in order to:
Article 4. Confidentiality
Personal Data and Confidential Information are at all times treated by Schouten & Nelissen in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act.
Employees of Schouten & Nelissen are bound by contractual provisions by virtue of which they must treat Personal Data and Confidential Information in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act.
By hiring third parties to carry out work for Commissioning Parties and Clients, Schouten & Nelissen enters into an agreement with these parties, thereby securing the confidentiality of Personal Data and Confidential Information to a sufficient degree.
Article 5. Use of Personal Data and Confidential Information
The processing of Personal Data is only intended for the purpose for which it was transferred and registered. Schouten & Nelissen does not make Personal Data and Confidential Information available to third parties, unless this is an express wish of the Commissioning Party or Client or if the transfer of data is necessary for the performance of the contract.
Article 6. Security, storage and disposal
Schouten & Nelissen has taken the necessary measures to promote the physical, technical and organisational security of the Personal Data and Confidential Information, so that the registration thereof is protected against unauthorised consultation, provision, change and/or deletion of data, as well as against fire and similar hazards, including burglary and theft.
Schouten & Nelissen ensures that it complies with the provisions of these regulations, as long as they apply, in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act.
Personal Data and Confidential Information will be retained for the purposes as indicated, or for as long as the law prescribes. In the event of circumstances giving rise thereto, Schouten & Nelissen may retain the data for longer.
Article 7. Provision of data within Schouten & Nelissen
Within Schouten & Nelissen, Personal Data and Confidential Information will only be provided to employees of Schouten & Nelissen who, by virtue of their duties, need to have access to this data and this is consistent with the purpose of the registration thereof.
Article 8. Provision of data to third parties
Schouten & Nelissen will refrain from forwarding Personal Data and Confidential Information to third parties, unless:
b) Schouten & Nelissen is legally obliged to forward the Personal Data or Confidential Information to the competent authorities.
Article 9. Right of inspection and change
Article 10. Cookies