The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Scanteam

Management Responsibilities

Scanteam is responsible for all personal information we receive. It is our responsibility to ensure that this information is securely stored and not available to others.

 

Information Collected by Scanteam

Scanteam collects a minimum of information about other actors, and the information is always task relevant. We only store information about individual consultants who would like us to store information about them in the event of a future task. Scanteam might also store information about actors that contract Scanteam so that we know and understand who we work for. We do not collect information that is not relevant for addressing a particular task.

 

Web Cookies

Our web-site uses cookies but these are used only for analyzing visits to our web-site. This information is purely statistical, and is not provided to any other actor.

 

Sharing of Information

All our information is managed directly by Scanteam. We do not share this information with any other actor, with the exception where there is an explicit consent of the individual/actor involved, for example in connection with tenders and assignments.

 

Information Retention Period

We retain the information as long as it remains relevant – for example throughout the tender process and the possible task subsequent to that. We clean up our databases once a year and would normally delete all personal information unless people ask us to store their information for future use.

 

Your Rights and Complaint Procedure

You can demand insight, correction and deletion of your information, in which case you should contact Scanteam at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Your rights are spelled out more carefully on the web-site of the Norwegian Data Protection Authority – see https://www.datatilsynet.no/en/. Here you can also find information regarding steps to take if you believe your personal data have not been managed properly.

 

Changes

Any changes to these policies will be published on this web-site. The most recent update was done on 15 August 2018.