Check in Cleaning b.v., having its corporate seat in Amsterdam, declares that all collected data are processed in conformity with the current directives (GDPR). Where applicable, so-called processor’s agreements were concluded with external service providers that may be able to inspect the data (auditors, data centres, software suppliers, etc.). The details of these agreements can be requested from our head office.
Processing your data is important pursuant to statutory obligations (registrations), accountability towards clients, keeping the accounts and the payroll records and conducting correspondence.
Corporate and personal data are exchanged in our organisation in order to comply with administrative and contractual obligations. In our organisation, we discern the following:
Within the organisation exclusively relevant and/or obligatory data are exchanged in order to facilitate a proper operation.
(Personal) data are never transferred in such a manner that they could end up outside the EU.
The retention period for data is observed as prescribed in the regulations. After expiry both the physical (paper) and digital data are destroyed.
Each person or company whose data are recorded in our organisation within the meaning of the privacy legislation will at all times be entitled to inspect, correct or remove such data, to the extent this is in accordance with the legal obligations. An application to that effect can be submitted through the Head Office.
Each data subject whose data are recorded is entitled to withdraw permission granted previously. We will destroy the relevant data, both physically (paper) and electronically, to the extent this is in accordance with the legal obligations. An application to that effect can be submitted through the Head Office.
Any complaints with respect to (personal) data which are related to the GDPR may be lodged with the supervisor appointed for the purpose.
Within our organisation no computerised decisions are made based on personal data.
All (personal) data are exclusively received directly, i.e. from the person or the organisation. No external sources are consulted.