Purposes of processing
Your personal data will be collected and used by HAL Allergy for each of the following purposes:
If you select a language in which to view the website (Dutch, English or German) we place a cookie to display the site in the language chosen. This cookie is stored on your computer for one (1) year, so that you do not have to select the language again the next time you visit our website.
If you contact us by e-mail or by filling in the contact form on the website, HAL Allergy will collect and use your personal data for the purpose of responding to your questions or comments.
If you send your job application and CV online by using the link on the Career page of the website, your personal data will be collected and processed for that purpose and you may be contacted by HAL Allergy by telephone, regular mail or e-mail for that purpose.
For each of these processing purposes and before the collection and use of your personal data your consent will be requested by ticking the box provided on the relevant part of the website or the linked website.
Storage and retention
Your personal data will be stored in our own data servers located in Germany. Depending on the personal data you provide to us the type of personal data we retain are: your name, function, company name, company telephone number, your mobile phone number, e-mail address, IP address and company address. We store these personal data for a maximum period of one (1) year from the date of collection. However, personal data that you share with us when you apply for a job will be retained for one (1) year and six (6) months.
If you contact us by completing the contact form on the website, your personal data will be received by employees of the HAL Allergy Sales & Marketing Department. Your job application and CV and related personal data will be shared with HAL Allergy’s HR Department and TalentSoft S.A., a provider for recruitment software. All your personal data are accessible by the HAL Allergy IT Department. All recipients are bound by confidentiality obligations and, where applicable, are or will be bound by data protection obligations pursuant to a data processing agreement.
HAL Allergy has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to safeguard the security of your personal data and protect personal data against manipulation, loss, destruction, damage, access by third parties and against any form of unlawful processing.
You have the right at any time to request HAL Allergy to inform you of the personal data it processes and retains relating to you and, to the extent applicable, to request that your personal data be corrected, supplemented, deleted or blocked. You may also request HAL Allergy to restrict the processing and receive the personal data in a structured commonly used format. Please send your requests to this effect to: HAL Allergy B.V., ICT Department, J.H. Oortweg 15, 2333 CH Leiden, the Netherlands, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This website makes use of functional and analytical cookies. An overview of the type of the cookies used, the purpose and storage period for each cookie and the consequences of not accepting a cookie are set out in the table at the very end of this policy.
Functional cookies are necessary in order to let the website function. HAL Allergy uses functional cookies in order to facilitate navigation within the website and to communicate over the internet. HAL Allergy also uses these cookies to save user setting or preferences in order to optimize your use of the website. These functional cookies are stored on your computer or mobile telephone for a period of one (1) year, so that you do not have to change your settings.
HAL Allergy also places functional cookies for the security of the website and you as user. These are so called session cookies. These cookies are temporary and will be removed from your computer or mobile telephone after you close your internet browser following your visit to the website.
HAL Allergy uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc., to analyse the website. The website is analyzed in order to be able to count the number of visitors of the website, to see which pages of the website are visited most and which percentage of recipients reads online mailings.
Analytical cookies are used by Google Analytics to carry out its analysis and technical support. This analysis enables HAL Allergy to improve the website and its services. The statistical information gathered will be used by HAL Allergy in order to be able to better align the need of visitors of the website and readers of online mailings. HAL Allergy has disabled the option “to share data” with Google Analytics for its own purposes in its data sharing settings of its Google Analytics account.
The analytical cookies are stored for a period ranging from the duration of the website session to two (2) years. Your IP address (from which the last three (3) digits are removed), the number of pages visited, the time and duration of the visit, your location, the origin of the visit, the type of hardware and software used, visitor interaction and your search history will be recorded. Your personal data will be transferred to Google Inc. and saved by Google on servers located in the United States. Please note that the United States do not provide for a similar level of data protection as the European Union. Click here to learn more about the security and privacy principles of Google Analytics. HAL Allergy does not use other Google services in combination with Google Analytics cookies.
Social media plug-ins
HAL Allergy enables you to obtain and share certain information on pages of the website through LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube by using the respective LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube buttons. If you click one of these buttons, you will be forwarded to HAL Allergy’s corresponding social media account. As soon as you click the button cookies will be placed by the relevant social media platform. You will find more information about these cookies on the website of LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube.
If you do not wish HAL Allergy to collect, store and analyse statistical data related to your visit of the website, you may object to future use of your data at any time (opt-out). For the technical implementation of your objection it is necessary to install an opt-out cookie on your internet browser. This cookie will only indicate that you have opted out. Please note that for technical reasons the opt-out cookie will only affect the internet browser you objected from. If you delete the cookie in your internet browser or use a different end device or internet browser, you will need to opt out again.
Click here to install the cookie opt-out of usage of data analysis and of retargeting of the HAL Allergy website.
Information about HAL Allergy
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