What is a cookie?
Cookies are used today by basiscally all websites. In many instances, cookies can be necessary to provide a service on the website.
A cookie is a small data file that websites store on the user's computer in order to recognize the computer. Cookies can, among other things, be used to compile statistics on the users' use of the website.
A cookie is a passive file and cannot gather information on the user's computer, spread a computer virus or other harmful programmes.
Cookies on dakurser.dk
The website uses some cookies to support the functionality of the site.
ASP.NET_SessionId - Session cookies are set by the website and are used to recognise you when you navigate the site and can remember if you are logged in, for example. Session cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. This cookie is necessary so the pages can function correctly and cannot be de-selected.
Dakurser.dk uses Google Analytics to carry out web analysis. This service sets the following cookies:
_ga – is used to differentiate between users. It expires after two years
_gid – is used to differentiate between users. It expires after 24 hours
_gat_gtag – is used to handle enquiries about the site. It expires after one minute
_cfduid - is used to differentiate between users. It expires after one year.
When you use our website, we gather the following personal information
DA arbejdsmiljøuddannelse are focused on personal data and data protection. We make sure that all data in our possession is treated and protected according to current legislation pertaining to GDPR. Here you can read about what information we process, how we process data and how you gain the right to be informed
DA arbejdsmiljøuddannelse are providing Mandatory Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Courses to train members of the OSH organization and educate coordinators at construction sites in accordance with the employers statutory duty to organize the safety and health work in the enterprises.
DA arbejdsmiljøuddannelse are processing your data based on the Working Environment Act paragraph 9: “The employer shall ensure that members of the health and safety organisation have completed a compulsory course on health and safety of three-days’ duration within three months of their election or appointment. Subsequently, the employer shall offer members of the health and safety organisation supplementary courses on health and safety in the first year corresponding to two days’ duration and, in each of the following years of the period of office, corresponding to one-and-a-half days’ duration. It shall be possible to complete the first two days of supplementary health and safety training within the first 12 months of the period of office”.
The legal basis for our processing of personal information follows from the general data protection regulation (GDPR), paragraph 6, item 1, schedule c, e, f and the data protection regulation paragraph 12.
DA arbejdsmiljøuddannelse stores personal data for up to 10 years for the benefit of the enterprises, as the information enables the re-creation of any lost course certificates. The course certificates are the documentation that the employer has fulfilled the above obligation.
All registered information is ordinary personal data data according to the Data Protection Act. The information is used in our course administration and finance system to register and document that the enterprise has purchased a course and that their employees are registered for the course in question.
When you sign up for one of our courses, we collect and process the following information:
- participant name and email address
- company name, address, CVR (Central Business Register established by law) and phone number.
- Name and email address of the person who is to receive the confirmation and later the invoice.
We use the information to register and document your purchase and the enrolment of your employees.
We keep your information for the period of time prescribed by the legislation. When this period expires, we delete your information. The length of the storage period depends on the character of the information and the reasons why it was collected and stored. Therefore, we cannot state a general timeframe for deletion of information.
Passing on information
We send a list of participant names to the venue and the teacher in question. In addition to this, we are obliged to send information about participants enrolled in our mandatory courses to the Danish Working Environment Authority and EVA (Danish Evaluation Institute).
Transparency and changes
Participants and their employers are granted insight into the information that we collect and process when they sign up for our courses. Both parties can, at any given point of time, object to our use of their information.
If the information registered is incorrect, you are entitled to have it changed or deleted. Please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, feel free to contact us.
The right to be informed
The right to be informed means that you have the right to know what personal information The Confederation of Danish Employers has on you and how we use it. You also have the right to know if we do not have or process information on you.
How to get access to the information
If you wish to use the right to be informed please fill in the required form. You need to validate your identity by the use of NemID.
If you do not have NemID you can send a registered letter with your request to be informed and a copy of your passport to the following address:
Confederation of Danish Employers
Vester Voldgade 113
DK-1552 Copenhagen V
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com or call +45 33 38 90 00.
The Confederation of Danish Employers will process your request as quickly as possible and no later than four weeks from reception.
If we cannot get back to you within four weeks, we will inform you of a new response date.
The Confederation of Danish Employers keeps the information on your personal data collected for your request as long as it seems necessary, for example to determine or defend a legal requirement or to comply with current legislation.
The right to be informed is not always applicable
In special circumstances, you do not have the right to be informed. This could be the case if deemed at risk of exposing trade secrets, contractual relations or similar.
You do not have the right to be informed, if the information about you is used solely for statistical purposes.