Privacy Protection Policy

The purpose of this privacy protection policy is to ensure that the personal data we collect and process at Ib Andresen Industri is properly handled and not disclosed to third parties without the data subject’s knowledge and consent.

All Ib Andresen Industri employees who handle personal data are obliged to comply with Ib Andresen Industri’s privacy protection policy.

 

The purpose of our personal data collection

Ib Andresen Industri collects and stores the personal data required for our HR management, payroll accounting and recruitment processes.

In addition, contact information for leads and customers is collected and stored, as are enquiries received via our websites.

Data is also collected in accordance with our cookie policy.

The purpose of our personal data collection is to fulfil our contractual obligations vis-à-vis our employees and regulatory obligations vis-à-vis public authorities.

Contact data for leads and customers is collected for the purpose of contacting/communicating with the companies these people represent.

We collect contact information from enquiries via our websites to be able to respond to the enquiries.

 

Transfer of personal data to third parties

Ib Andresen Industri only discloses personal data to third parties (the Danish tax authority, pension and insurance providers, other public authorities, analytical agencies, etc.), provided that:

  • we are required to do so to meet our contractual obligations with our employees and business associates

  • we are legally obliged to do so, and/or

  • the disclosure is in the vital interest of the data subject.

If personal data are transferred to a third party for processing pursuant to the instructions of Ib Andresen Industri, a data processor agreement must be concluded with this third party to ensure that the personal data are handled correctly and properly.

 

Deletion of personal data

We store personal data for as long as it is necessary in relation to relevant legislation, e.g. company law, intellectual property rights, insurance law, OHS legislation and tax law. When it is no longer necessary to save personal data, these are properly deleted both electronically and in our physical archives, pursuant to Ib Andresen Industri’s deletion policy.

 

Insight into data records

If the data subject wishes to have access to the information on file at IB Andresen Industri, the data controller at Ib Andresen Industri must be contacted.

If it turns out that the information or data being processed are inaccurate or misleading, the data subject has the right to demand that they be rectified, deleted or blocked.

 

Protection of personal data

Ib Andresen Industri keeps personal data secure and confidential by means of administrative and technical security measures. We regularly check our security measures to ensure that we are handling personal data responsibly and that we are respecting the rights of the data subjects. 

 

Employees handling personal data are required to handle personal data with respect and discretion.

 

Changes to the policy

We update this privacy protection policy whenever necessary, and we communicate any policy changes/additions in VAV or on Intra. The most recently approved version of this policy is available to all employees in the management system.

  

Complaints about personal data processing

As a data subject, it is possible to file a complaint about how one’s personal data are being processed. The complaint must be submitted to the Danish Data Protection Authority, cf. Section 58(1) of the Act on the Processing of Personal Data.

 

Cookie Policy

Owner information:
This website is provided and managed by:
Ib Andresen Industri A/S
Industrivej 12-20
DK-5550 Langeskov
Tel. +45 63 38 22 22
E-mail: iai@iai.dk
Company registration no. DK35745114

Consent:
By using this website, you consent to the use of cookies.

What are cookies? 
A cookie is a text file saved in your browser to help it recognise your computer should you return to the website at a later date. This makes it possible to recognise your computer and collect information about the pages and functions visited using your browser. But cookies cannot see who you are, what you are called, where you live or whether your computer is used by one or several individuals. A cookie is a passive file which does not contain viruses. 

Different types of cookies:
Necessary cookies – session cookies
These cookies are required for the page to function properly.

We use cookie script to find out whether you have been told about the website’s use of cookies.

 

CMS sets function cookies.

 

Preference cookies
These cookies are used to support settings the user has created and to ensure an optimal user experience on the website. There are for example preferences such as language and options which make navigation easier in addition to display settings and settings for login areas.
 

Videos on the website are embedded via YouTube. YouTube uses cookies, among other things, to find out which video is being shown, how much of the video you have seen and to collect statistics. YouTube starts using cookies when you click play. If you do not play a video, YouTube will not use cookies.


Operation and optimisation cookies
These cookies are used in the operation of the website and to optimise the user experience. This may involve, among other things, counting the number of visitors or other information which will be used for analysis. Cookies are also used in connection with questionnaire forms.


We use Google Analytics to analyse how users use the website. The information collected by cookies about your use (traffic data including your IP address) is sent to and stored on Google’s servers in the USA. You can deselect cookies from Google Analytics here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout


Marketing cookies – anonymous tracking across websites
These cookies are used to follow users as they visit several websites. They can be used to build a profile of search or browsing patterns for individual or several visitors. Data can be divided into three areas.


Marketing cookies – targeted advertising 
These cookies are used to follow a user’s browsing habits and activities. The information collected can be used to show content customised for the individual. Data can be divided into three areas.

What does this website use cookies for?
We use cookies to improve your experience, evaluate the use of individual elements on the website and to collect statistics. 

This is how you reject or delete cookies:
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. The location of these settings depends on the browser you use. Please note that if you do this, there are many functions and services you will not be able to use because they will require the website to be able to remember the selections you make. The means of deleting cookies depends on the browser you use. Follow the links below for instructions for your browser.

 

Internet Explorer 
Chrome 
Firefox 
Safari 
Opera 
Flash cookies (applies to all browsers) 
iPhone, iPad, etc. from Apple 
Telephones with Android 
Telephones with Windows 7

 


When you visit this website without rejecting or deleting cookies, you accept their use.

Changes to policy:
We retain the right to change or delete this cookie policy at any time without prior notice.

Contact us:
Contact us for further information: iai@iai.dk