Privacy Statement

Introduction

Bravilor Bonamat (‘Bravilor’, ‘we’, ‘our’) processes your personal data with care to ensure that it is kept secure and confidential. It is of great importance to us that you trust our organisation, and therefore we do all we can to protect your privacy. This privacy policy is meant to explain in a simple and clear way what personal data we collect from you and how we process these data. It is important that you read this policy so that you are aware of the way we use your personal data and why. We recommended that you regularly check to see if any changes have been made to this privacy policy and if you still agree with this policy.  

Our contact details and Privacy Officer

Bravilor Bonamat has appointed a Privacy Officer responsible for safeguarding the execution and application of the privacy policy. Should you have any questions about the policy or about your rights, please get in touch with our Privacy Officer.

Privacy officer: Samantha de Groot
E-mail: privacy@bravilor.com
Phone: +31 (0)72 5751927

Modifications in the privacy policy
The most recent modification to this privacy policy was on: 12 February 2019

What is personal data and what is processing personal data?

Personal data

Personal data are all the data that can be traced back to a person. You share personal data with us if you are a customer of our company or if you make contact with us. Your name, phone number or e-mail address could be shared with us. All the data that could be associated with you are personal data.


Processing  

Processing includes everything that could be done with your personal data, such as collecting, saving, adjusting, using, organising, publishing, sharing or removing your data.

What personal data do we process?  

When you visit our website, fill in the contact form on our website, sign a contract or contact us through one of our communication channels, you are sharing personal with us.

We can collect, use or store different types of personal data about you. These are classified as follows:

  • Identity data: first name, last name, user name or similar id.
  • Contact data: invoice address, shipping address, e-mail address and phone number.
  • Transactional data: account numbers, details about payments from and to you and other details of products or services you have bought from us.
  • Technical data: IP address, your login data, browser type and version, time zone settings and location, browser plug-in type and versions, operating system and platform and other technology relating to the devices you use to gain access to our website.
  • Profile information: user name and password, purchases and orders, interests and preferences.
  • Marketing and communication data: your preferences for receiving marketing information from us and your preferences for communication channels.

Specific personal data  

We do not collect specific personal data about you (this includes data about for instance your race, ethnicity, religious or philosophical convictions, union membership, information about your health and genetic or biometric data).


For what purpose do we use personal data?

We use your personal data only on the basis of the following lawful principles:

  • To conclude a contract with you and to execute it 
  • To meet our legal obligations
  • For our legitimate business interests
  • Based upon approval. You have the right to withdraw your approval at any time by contacting us. 

We can use your personal data for different purposes.

  • When you become a Bravilor customer we need to collect personal data in order to be able to execute the contract. We use your details to send you quotations, deliver goods or to provide you with information, invoice you and to communicate with you about implementing the agreement.
  • When you contact us by e-mail, by the contact form on our website or in any other way, we register that contact. 
  • We need your details to conclude a contract if you are a (potential) supplier or other contractor. We then use your data to send you requests for quotation, place orders, pay your invoices and communicate with you about implementing the agreement.  

When we no longer need your personal data we will delete them.

With whom do we share personal information and why?


We can publish your personal data to:

  • Bravilor offices 
    We exchange information between Bravilor offices for reasons of business operations and reporting. This includes for instance complying with specific laws and regulations, maintaining secure IT systems or specific services.
    We can also share data to store them in central databases.
  • Our external service providers such as companies who provide website hosting, data analysis, administration, fulfilment, information technology and similar infrastructure, e-mail, CRM, identity management, checks and other services.

    When we use other service providers we will share only those personal details that are needed for a specific project.
  • When you communicate with us as a business customer, supplier or partner, we can share personal information that is available in reports or other materials provided by you and/or your company, in compliance with an agreement with another business partner or supplier.

  • Public and governmental authorities when we see it as necessary (a) to comply with applicable laws, either within or outside the country or your residence, to cooperate with law enforcement agencies or for other lawful reasons; (b) to impose our conditions; and (c) to protect our rights, privacy, safety or properties and/or those of our subsidiaries or offices, you or others. 

When we share your personal data internally or with third parties in other countries, we always ensure appropriate safeguards to protect these data. Bravilor bases its safeguards on: 

  • Contract models of the EU. These include standard terms which are used in agreements with service providers to make sure sharing information with countries outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) is in compliance with laws and regulations regarding data protection.
  • Privacy Shield, an agreement that protects personal data that are shared with the United States. 

How do we protect your personal data?


Security

We use administrative, organisational, technical and physical security measures to protect your personal data. Our security checks are designed to safeguard an appropriate level of confidentiality, integrity and available of data. We regularly check and test our data centres for security risks.



Retention periods

We will store your details for as long as necessary or permissible with respect to the purpose(s) for which the data have been collected. The criteria we use to determine our retention periods are: (i) the duration of our relationship with you; (ii) lawful obligations which we must satisfy; and (iii) whether retention is necessary in relation to our legal status (for instance concerning applicable limitation periods for dispute procedures or inspections by supervisory authorities).

 

What rights do you have? 


You have specific rights when it comes to processing data. 

  • The right of inspection 
    You can ask us whether we hold personal data on you. If we do, you can inspect these data. For your protection, we can accept requests for changes only regarding the personal data related to your account, coming from your e-mail address or other data linked to your account. We might need to check your identity before we can process your request. 

How can you request your data for inspection? 
You will need to submit a request to inspect your personal information. 

Include in your request: 

  • That you would like to use your right of inspection 
  • The data you would like to inspect

You can submit the request to inspect your personal information by one of the following methods: 

  • Through our website
    Complete the contact form on our website
  • By post
    Would you prefer to submit your request by post? Please find our address details at the contact page.

You will receive an answer to your request within a month.

  • The right of rectification

    You can ask us to change your data or to make additions should you believe that the personal data we hold are inaccurate or incomplete. We can make adjustments only to the personal data that are linked to your account, your e-mail address or other account data that you use to contact us. We might need to verify your identity before we can process your request.

How can you submit a request to rectify your details? 

A request for rectification can be submitted to us in writing.

Mention in your request:

  • That you would like to submit a request for rectification
  • The change or addition to your data you would like to be made

You can submit the request to inspect your personal information by one of the following methods: 

  • Through our website
    Complete the contact form on our website
  • By post 
    Would you prefer to submit your request by post? Please find our address details at the contact page.

You will receive an answer to your request within a month. 

  • Right of data deletion 

    You can ask us to delete data we have stored on you. For example, you may have objections to us processing your data, and those objections may carry more weight than the usefulness to Bravilor of processing these data. We can make adjustments only to the personal data that are linked to your account, your e-mail address or other account data that you use to contact us. We might need to verify your identity before we can process your request.

How can you submit a request to delete your details? 

A request for deletion can be submitted to us in writing.

Mention in your request: 

  • That you would like to submit a request for deletion of your data 
  • What data you would like to have deleted  

 You can submit the request to delete your personal information by one of the following methods:

  • Through our website
    Complete the contact form on our website
  • By post 
    Would you prefer to submit your request by post? Please find our address details at the contact page.

You will receive an answer to your request within a month.

  • The right of limitation of data processing  

    You can ask us to limit the processing of your personal data. That means we perform less processing of your details.

    You have the right to ask us to limit processing your personal data in the following cases:
    • You believe the information is incorrect 
    • You believe we are processing the data unlawfully

How can you make use of your right of limitation of data processing? 

A request for limitation of processing data can be submitted to us in writing.   

Mention in your request: 

  • That you would like to request a limitation of data processing 
  • The data for which you would like to request a limitation  

 You can submit a request for limitation of data processing by one of the following methods:

  • Through our website
    Complete the contact form on our website
  • By post 
    Would you prefer to submit your request by post? Please find our address details at the contact page.

You will receive an answer to your request within a month.

  • The right of data portability 
    You can request your personal data in order to use them yourself or to transfer them to another organisation. We will transfer your data to you as far as this is technically possible. We can make adjustments only to the personal data that are linked to your account, your e-mail address or other account data that you use to contact us. We might need to verify your identity before we can process your request.

How can you make use of your right of data portability?

A request for data portability can be submitted to us in writing.

Mention in your request:

  • That you would like to submit a request for data portability
  • The data you would like to receive

 You can submit a request for data portability by one of the following methods:

  • Through our website
    Complete the contact form on our website
  • By post
    Would you prefer to submit your request by post? Please find our address details at the contact page.

You will receive an answer to your request within a month.

  • The right to file a complaint 
    If you are unhappy with the way we have responded to your request, you have the right to file a complaint with us.

    You can file your complaint in one of the following ways: 
    • Through our website
      Complete the contact form on our website
    • By post
      Would you prefer to submit your request by post? Please find our address details at the contact page.  

You will receive an answer to your request within a month.

ou also have the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authorities in your country or region.

Cookie policy

Our website uses cookies. A cookie is a small piece of information that is placed on your computer when you visit certain websites. Our use of the term “cookies” also includes other technologies with similar purposes, such as tags and identifiers.

Cookies work to make your experience of browsing our website as smooth as possible. They do this by remembering your preferences for future visits. Cookies can be “persistent” or “session” cookies. Persistent cookies remain on your device for a set period of time or until you delete them, whereas session cookies are deleted once you close your web browser.

How we use cookies

We use cookies to help improve your experience of using our website. The cookies we use are divided into the following categories.

    1. Operational and functional cookies. These cookies are necessary to allow us to operate our website so that it performs as you would expect. If for example you have login details the cookies let us authenticate your account so we can provide you with access to the restricted part of our website.
    2. Performance and analytics cookies. We use these cookies to monitor and assess how our website is performing and where it can be improved. They provide us with analysis of how people access and use our website, such as information about your device, how users engage with our website and whether they accessed it from an e-mail newsletter by opening it, forwarding it or clicking on its contents. This helps us assess the effectiveness of our newsletters and ensure that you find the information we deliver interesting.
    3. Security cookies. These help us determine and avoid security risks. For instance we can use these cookies to store information about your web session, which means we can prevent anyone changing your password without your user name and password.  
    4. Personalization and advertising. These cookies are used to deliver advertising content which is relevant to you. They can also be used to track the effectiveness of our ad campaigns on third party websites. These cookies are placed on our site by our third party service providers. They may remember your web browsing activity and may be used to understand about demographics, such as your age and gender. They capture and use only anonymised information.

Accepting cookies is not a prerequisite for visiting or using our website. Most Internet browsers accept cookies automatically and allow you to modify your settings to accept or deny cookies or to request your permission each time a site attempts to set a cookie. You can also manually delete previously stored cookies at any time. Please note that if you choose to block cookies, doing so may restrict your access to our website or prevent the functioning of certain elements of it.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about our use of cookies, please contact us through privacy@bravilor.com

Last amended: 13 February 2019