Inspecta website - Intellectual property rights
Inspecta holds intellectual property rights to and sole ownership of all pictures and videos presented on the Inspecta website. Any copying or distribution of said materials without prior permission is strictly prohibited. To acquire permission(s) to copy or distribute text, picture or video material, please contact Inspecta's communications department.
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Processing of personal data obtained from websites
(Description of the Personal Data File, 22/3/2017. See Personal Data Act (523/1999), Section 10)
How does Inspecta collect customer information on its website?
- The feedback/complaint/appeal against inspection decision form
- Order forms for training services and products
- The job application form
- The newsletter subscription form
- The customer magazine subscription form
- The staff feedback form
Controller of the data file
Inspecta Oy, Sörnäistenkatu 2, FI-00380 Helsinki, tel. (0)10 521 600
Contact person in matters relating to the data file
Communications and Marketing Manager Tuomas Suominen, tel. (0)10 521 600 (switchboard)
Name of the data file
Personal information collected from the website
What methods of data collection are used, for what purpose is the data collected and where is the collected data stored?
The data collected from the website is transferred to Inspecta's databases. Personal data file descriptions for each of these databases have been provided separately. The data systems in question are:
|How is the data collected?||
Where is the data stored?
|The feedback/complaint/appeal against inspection decision/Product order||The Inspecta customer service ticket system. Product orders are stored in the Inspecta customer data file.|
|Orders for training services and products||The Inspecta training system, the Inspecta customer data file|
|Job applications||The Inspecta HR system|
|The newsletter subscription form||The Inspecta email marketing data file|
|The customer magazine subscription form||Inspecta communications staff emails|
|The staff feedback form||Emails to/from Inspecta staff responsible for quality control and development|
The descriptions of these data files are available for viewing from the above mentioned contact person.
What is the purpose of the data file?
- The primary purpose of the personal data obtained from the website is to facilitate the processing of customer communications and orders.
- Specific customer data is only used for marketing purposes if the subject of said data has provided a separate marketing permission.
What other parties have access to the data?
Only companies owned by Inspecta and Inspecta's parent company are granted access to the data.
Principles of data file protection?
The personal data is stored in systems administered by its controller. These systems are kept at the company's own access-controlled premises which are locked at all times.
Access to the customer data file is only granted to such individuals employed by the controller and other specified persons that use the customer data in their work tasks. All such individuals are provided personal user identifiers and passwords. The data is technically protected using a firewall.
Verification rights, implementation of verifications and right to prohibit use
All persons who have provided their personal data to Inspecta have the right to verify all such data stored in Inspecta's data file. A written request to verify personal data must be submitted to Inspecta's customer services. Replies to such requests will be provided promptly, usually within two weeks from the date on which the request has been received.
All persons whose data have been entered into the data file have the right to prohibit the use of their personal data for the purposes of direct marketing, remote sales or other similar purposes and for opinion polling or market research purposes. All such persons also have the right to request the rectification of all erroneous data and may do so by contacting the person responsible for the data file or by specifying all erroneous details to the controller's customer services staff.