The NFU office collects personal data for various purposes in keeping with its task as a branch organisation. This particularly concerns the administration for policy meetings and contact with our members and stakeholders, carrying out projects or personnel management. The personal data are exclusively used for those purposes and never for commercial ones.
These data are more precisely defined as data and address files for maintaining contact and collaborating with the members of the NFU, the Board members, participants in steering committees and work groups, and with experts in the various fields in which the NFU is active, both from the NFU and outside it. For some of these people, there is a social connection as well, so information like details about birthdays, work anniversaries, hobbies and such like are recorded about themselves and their partners and children.
Necessity to collect and manage personal data
To be able to work with those concerned, contact details are essential. This includes at very least a postal address, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers.
For employees of the NFU who are not on the NFU payroll, there is a “personnel administration” at the NFU. This administration system can include all data that are also included in the personnel administration of the umc.
Storage period of the data
The data are stored for as long as the people concerned are linked to the NFU and/or the healthcare field. Data of steering committee members and director committees of the NFU are stored until they die, with the intention to remain in contact with these “alumni’.
Deletion of personnel data
Those concerned have the right at any time to access their data, and are entitled to withdraw, revise or restrict their permission for processing.
Those concerned may submit a complaint to the NFU and/or the relevant privacy supervisory authority. The director of the NFU is responsible for managing and processing the personal data. For contact details, see our contact page.