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Data Protection

DATA PROTECTION

1. An overview of data protection

General information

The following information will provide you with an easy to navigate overview of what will happen with your personal data when you visit this website. The term „personal data“ comprises all data that can be used to personally identify you. For detailed information about the subject matter of data protection, please consult our Data Protection Declaration, which we have included beneath this copy.

Data recording on this website

Who is the responsible party for the recording of data on this website (i.e. the „controller“)?

The data on this website is processed by the operator of the website, whose contact information is available under section „Information Required by Law“ on this website.

How do we record your data?

We collect your data as a result of your sharing of your data with us. This may, for instance be information you enter into our contact form.

Our IT systems automatically record other data when you visit our website. This data comprises primarily technical information (e.g. web browser, operating system or time the site was accessed). This information is recorded automatically when you access this website.

What are the purposes we use your data for?

A portion of the information is generated to guarantee the error free provision of the website. Other data may be used to analyse your user patterns.

What rights do you have as far as your information is concerned?

You have the right to receive information about the source, recipients and purposes of your archived personal data at any time without having to pay a fee for such disclosures. You also have the right to demand that your data are rectified or eradicated. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time under the address disclosed in section „Information Required by Law“ on this website if you have questions about this or any other data protection related issues. You also have the right to log a complaint with the competent supervising agency.

Moreover, under certain circumstances, you have the right to demand the restriction of the processing of your personal data. For details, please consult the Data Protection Declaration under section „Right to Restriction of Data Processing.“

2. Hosting

External Hosting

This website is hosted by an external service provider (host). Personal data collected on this website are stored on the servers of the host. These may include, but are not limited to, IP addresses, contact requests, metadata and communications, contract information, contact information, names, web page access, and other data generated through a web site.

The host is used for the purpose of fulfilling the contract with our potential and existing customers (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b DSGVO) and in the interest of secure, fast and efficient provision of our online services by a professional provider (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f DSGVO).

Our host will only process your data to the extent necessary to fulfil its performance obligations and to follow our instructions with respect to such data.

Execution of a contract data processing agreement

In order to guarantee processing in compliance with data protection regulations, we have concluded an order processing contract with our host.

3. General information and mandatory information

Data protection

The operators of this website and its pages take the protection of your personal data very seriously. Hence, we handle your personal data as confidential information and in compliance with the statutory data protection regulations and this Data Protection Declaration.

Whenever you use this website, a variety of personal information will be collected. Personal data comprises data that can be used to personally identify you. This Data Protection Declaration explains which data we collect as well as the purposes we use this data for. It also explains how, and for which purpose the information is collected.

We herewith advise you that the transmission of data via the Internet (i.e. through e-mail communications) may be prone to security gaps. It is not possible to completely protect data against third party access.

Information about the responsible party (referred to as the „controller“ in the GDPR)

The data processing controller on this website is:

SiTec GmbH
Württemberger Straße 31
89143 Blaubeuren
Deutschland

Phone: +49 7344 918-9900
E-mail

The controller is the natural person or legal entity that single-handedly or jointly with others makes decisions as to the purposes of and resources for the processing of personal data (e.g. names, e-mail addresses, etc.).

Designation of a data protection officer as mandated by law

We have appointed a data protection officer for our company.

Daniel Voigtländer

E-mail

Revocation of your consent to the processing of data

A wide range of data processing transactions are possible only subject to your express consent. You can also revoke at any time any consent you have already given us. To do so, all you are required to do is sent us an informal notification via e-mail. This shall be without prejudice to the lawfulness of any data collection that occurred prior to your revocation.

Right to object to the collection of data in special cases; right to object to direct advertising (Art. 21 GDPR)

IN THE EVENT THAT DATA ARE PROCESSED ON THE BASIS OF ART. 6 SECT. 1 LIT. E OR F GDPR, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO AT ANY TIME OBJECT TO THE PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA BASED ON GROUNDS ARISING FROM YOUR UNIQUE SITUATION. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO ANY PROFILING BASED ON THESE PROVISIONS. TO DETERMINE THE LEGAL BASIS, ON WHICH ANY PROCESSING OF DATA IS BASED, PLEASE CONSULT THIS DATA PROTECTION DECLARATION. IF YOU LOG AN OBJECTION, WE WILL NO LONGER PROCESS YOUR AFFECTED PERSONAL DATA, UNLESS WE ARE IN A POSITION TO PRESENT COMPELLING PROTECTION WORTHY GROUNDS FOR THE PROCESSING OF YOUR DATA, THAT OUTWEIGH YOUR INTERESTS, RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS OR IF THE PURPOSE OF THE PROCESSING IS THE CLAIMING, EXERCISING OR DEFENCE OF LEGAL ENTITLEMENTS (OBJECTION PURSUANT TO ART. 21 SECT. 1 GDPR).

IF YOUR PERSONAL DATA IS BEING PROCESSED IN ORDER TO ENGAGE IN DIRECT ADVERTISING, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO AT ANY TIME OBJECT TO THE PROCESSING OF YOUR AFFECTED PERSONAL DATA FOR THE PURPOSES OF SUCH ADVERTISING. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO PROFILING TO THE EXTENT THAT IT IS AFFILIATED WITH SUCH DIRECT ADVERTISING. IF YOU OBJECT, YOUR PERSONAL DATA WILL SUBSEQUENTLY NO LONGER BE USED FOR DIRECT ADVERTISING PURPOSES (OBJECTION PURSUANT TO ART. 21 SECT. 2 GDPR).

Right to log a complaint with the competent supervisory agency

In the event of violations of the GDPR, data subjects are entitled to log a complaint with a supervisory agency, in particular in the member state where they usually maintain their domicile, place of work or at the place where the alleged violation occurred. The right to log a complaint is in effect regardless of any other administrative or court proceedings available as legal recourses.

Right to data portability

You have the right to demand that we hand over any data we automatically process on the basis of your consent or in order to fulfil a contract be handed over to you or a third party in a commonly used, machine readable format. If you should demand the direct transfer of the data to another controller, this will be done only if it is technically feasible.

Information about, rectification and eradication of data

Within the scope of the applicable statutory provisions, you have the right to at any time demand information about your archived personal data, their source and recipients as well as the purpose of the processing of your data. You may also have a right to have your data rectified or eradicated. If you have questions about this subject matter or any other questions about personal data, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time at the address provided in section „Information Required by Law.“

Right to demand processing restrictions

You have the right to demand the imposition of restrictions as far as the processing of your personal data is concerned. To do so, you may contact us at any time at the address provided in section „Information Required by Law.“ The right to demand restriction of processing applies in the following cases:

     

  • In the event that you should dispute the correctness of your data archived by us, we will usually need some time to verify this claim. During the time that this investigation is ongoing, you have the right to demand that we restrict the processing of your personal data.
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  • If the processing of your personal data was/is conducted in an unlawful manner, you have the option to demand the restriction of the processing of your data in lieu of demanding the eradication of this data.
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  • If we do not need your personal data any longer and you need it to exercise, defend or claim legal entitlements, you have the right to demand the restriction of the processing of your personal data instead of its eradication.
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  • If you have raised an objection pursuant to Art. 21 Sect. 1 GDPR, your rights and our rights will have to be weighed against each other. As long as it has not been determined whose interests prevail, you have the right to demand a restriction of the processing of your personal data.
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If you have restricted the processing of your personal data, these data – with the exception of their archiving – may be processed only subject to your consent or to claim, exercise or defend legal entitlements or to protect the rights of other natural persons or legal entities or for important public interest reasons cited by the European Union or a member state of the EU.

Rejection of unsolicited e-mails

We herewith object to the use of contact information published in conjunction with the mandatory information to be provided in section „Information Required by Law“ to send us promotional and information material that we have not expressly requested. The operators of this website and its pages reserve the express right to take legal action in the event of the unsolicited sending of promotional information, for instance via SPAM messages.

4. Recording of data on this website

Cookies

In some instances, our website and its pages use so-called cookies. Cookies do not cause any damage to your computer and do not contain viruses. The purpose of cookies is to make our website more user friendly, effective and more secure. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer and stored by your browser.

Most of the cookies we use are so-called „session cookies.“ They are automatically deleted after your leave our site. Other cookies will remain archived on your device until you delete them. These cookies enable us to recognise your browser the next time you visit our website.

You can adjust the settings of your browser to make sure that you are notified every time cookies are placed and to enable you to accept cookies only in specific cases or to exclude the acceptance of cookies for specific situations or in general and to activate the automatic deletion of cookies when you close your browser. If you deactivate cookies, the functions of this website may be limited.

Cookies that are required for the performance of the electronic communications transaction or to provide certain functions you want to use (e.g. the shopping cart function), are stored on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. The website operator has a legitimate interest in storing cookies to ensure the technically error free and optimised provision of the operator’s services. If a corresponding agreement has been requested (e.g. an agreement to the storage of cookies), the processing takes place exclusively on the basis of Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a GDPR; the agreement can be revoked at any time.

If other cookies (e.g. cookies for the analysis of your browsing patterns) should be stored, they are addressed separately in this Data Protection Declaration.

Server log files

The provider of this website and its pages automatically collects and stores information in so-called server log files, which your browser communicates to us automatically. The information comprises:

     

  • The type and version of browser used
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  • The used operating system
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  • Referrer URL
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  • The hostname of the accessing computer
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  • The time of the server inquiry
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  • The IP address
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This data is not merged with other data sources.

This data is recorded on the basis of Art. 6 Sect. 1 lit. f GDPR. The operator of the website has a legitimate interest in the technically error free depiction and the optimization of the operator’s website. In order to achieve this, server log files must be recorded.

Request by e-mail, telephone or fax

If you contact us by e-mail, telephone or fax, your request, including all resulting personal data (name, request) will be stored and processed by us for the purpose of processing your request. We do not pass these data on without your consent.

The processing of these data is based on Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b GDPR, if your request is related to the execution of a contract or if it is necessary to carry out pre-contractual measures. In all other cases, the processing is based on your consent (Article 6 (1) a GDPR) and/or on our legitimate interests (Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR), since we have a legitimate interest in the effective processing of requests addressed to us.

The data sent by you to us via contact requests remain with us until you request us to delete, revoke your consent to the storage or the purpose for the data storage lapses (e.g. after completion of your request). Mandatory statutory provisions - in particular statutory retention periods - remain unaffected.

SUPPLIERS

Privacy Information in accordance with Art. 13, 14 and 21 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 

Data protection is important to us. In the following document, we inform you about how we process your data and what your rights are.

1. Who is responsible for data processing and who can you contact?

SiTec GmbH
Württemberger Str. 31
89143 Blaubeuren
Germany
+49 (0)7344 918-9900
E-Mail

2. Data Protection Officer’s contact details

Daniel Voigtländer
E-Mail

3. Purposes of processing and legal basis

Your personal data are processed in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and other relevant data protection requirements. The processing and use of individual data depends on the agreed or requested service. Our contract documentation, forms, consent declarations and other information made available to you (e.g. on our website or in our General Terms and Conditions) contain further details and supplementary information about the purposes for which data are processed.

3.1 Consent – Art. 6 (1) (a) GDPR

If you have given us your consent to the processing of your personal data, that consent provides the legal basis for the processing specified therein. You may withdraw your consent at any time with future effect.

3.2 Fulfilment of contractual obligations – Art. 6 (1) (b) GDPR

We process your personal data to fulfil our contracts with you, most notably in order to process orders and allow you to avail of our services. Your personal data are furthermore processed to undertake measures and activities within the scope of pre-contractual relationships.

3.3 Fulfilment of legal obligations – Art. 6 (1) (c) GDPR

We process your personal data where this is necessary for the fulfilment of legal obligations (e.g. commercial or fiscal laws).

We may furthermore process your data for: checking identity and age; fraud and money laundering prevention; prevention, combatting and solving of terrorism financing and crimes that jeopardise assets; comparisons with European and international anti-terror lists; fulfilment of fiscal controlling and report-ing obligations and the archiving of data for the purposes of data protection and data security and inspection by fiscal and other authorities. It may furthermore be necessary to disclose personal data with-in the scope of measures imposed by the authorities/courts of law for the purposes of obtaining evidence, criminal proceedings or to enforce claims under civil law.

3.4 Our legitimate interest or that of third parties – Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR

We can also use your personal data on the basis of an overriding interest, in order to preserve our legitimate interest or the legitimate interest of a third party. This is undertaken for the following purposes:

  • for advertising or market research where you have not refused the use of your data;
  • to obtain information and for the exchange of data with credit agencies where this exceeds our economic risk;
  • for the limited storage of your data where erasure is not possible or would entail disproportionate effort owing to the special nature of that storage;
  • for comparison with European and international anti-terror lists where this extends beyond statutory obligations;
  • for the further development of services and products and existing systems and processes;
  • for the disclosure of personal data within the scope of due diligence, e.g. with regard to the sale of a company;
  • to enrich our data through using or searching publicly accessible data;
  • for statistical evaluations or market analyses;
  • for benchmarking;
  • to assert legal claims and for the purpose of defence in the event of legal disputes that are not directly associated with the contractual relationship;
  • to develop scoring systems or automated decision-making processes;
  • for internal and external examinations and/or security checks;
  • for the possible monitoring or recording of telephone calls for quality control and training purposes;
  • to certify matters relating to private law or official matters;
  • to secure and preserve our right to determine who may have access to our premises by means of appropriate measures (e.g. video surveillance, visitor badge).

4. Categories of personal data that we process

The following data are processed:

  • Personal details (name, date of birth, profession/sector and similar data);
  • Contact details (address, e-mail address, telephone number and similar data);
  • Information about your financial situation (credit details including data for assessing economic risk);
  • Supplier history.

We furthermore process personal data from public sources (e.g. internet, media, press, trade and association registers, register of residents, debtor lists, land registers).

Where necessary in order for us to provide our service, we process personal data that we have acquired legally from third parties (e.g. address marketing companies, credit agencies).

5. Who receives your data?

Within our company we pass on your personal data to those departments who require these data to fulfil contractual and statutory obligations and/or to assert our legitimate interest.

Your data may moreover be shared with the following instances:

  • processors contracted by us (Art. 28 GDPR) particularly in areas such as IT services, logistics and printing services, external data centres, support/maintenance of IT applications, document processing, purchasing/procurement, marketing, telephony, audit services, lending institutions, courier services;
  • public authorities and institutions on presentation of a statutory or official order under the terms of which we are obliged to provide information about data, report or share data, or where sharing data is in the public interest;
  • instances and institutions relating to our legitimate interest or the legitimate interest of a third party for the purposes set out in 3.5 above (e.g. authorities, credit agencies, debt collection services, lawyers, courts of law, assessors, Group-owned companies, committees and supervisory authorities);
  • other instances with whom you have authorised us to share your data.

6. Transfer of your data to a third country or an international organisation

Data is transferred to instances in states outside the European Union (EU) and/or the European Eco-nomic Area (EEA) – so-called “third countries” – where necessary for the fulfilment of an order/contract from and/or with you, where this is a statutory requirement (e.g. fiscal reporting obligations), where it is in our legitimate interest (e.g. address book shared by the entire centrotherm Group) or the legitimate interest of a third party to do so, or where you have given us your consent.

The processing of your data in a third country may also be undertaken in connection with the employment of service providers within the scope of order processing. Where the country in question is not covered by a resolution of the EU Commission confirming that an adequate level of data protection is in place there, we shall in accordance with EU data protection requirements ensure by means of suitable contracts that your rights and freedoms are adequately protected and guaranteed. We will provide cor-responding detailed information to you on request.

7. For how long do we store your data?

Where necessary we process your personal data throughout the duration of our business relationship. This also includes the initiation and handling of a contract.

We are moreover subject to various retention and documentation obligations arising out of the German Commercial Code (HGB) and the German Fiscal Code. The prescribed retention and/or documentation periods set out therein extend up to ten years beyond the end of the business relationship and/or the precontractual legal relationship.

Finally, the retention period is also defined on the basis of legal statutes of limitation which, for instance, are three years according to Art. 195 ff of the Federal Civil Code (BGB) as a rule, but may also be thirty years in certain cases.

8. To what extent is automated decision-making (including profiling) used in individual cases?

We do not use any purely automated decision-making processes as set out in Art. 22 GDPR. Should we use these processes in individual cases we will notify you separately where this is a legal requirement.

9. Your rights to privacy

You have the right to information (Art. 15 GDPR), the right to rectification (Art. 16 GDPR), the right to erasure (Art. 17 GDPR), the right to restriction of processing (Art. 18 GDPR) and the right to data portability (Art. 20 GDPR). You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection authority (Art. 77 GDPR). In principle, Art. 21 GDPR gives you the right to object to our processing of personal data. However this right to object only applies where you can show the existence of very special personal circumstances whereby the rights of our company may override your right to object. Should you wish to exercise one of these rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer.

10. Your obligations in providing us with your personal data

You only need to provide us with those data that are necessary for the provision of your services as a supplier, or those data which we are legally obliged to collect. As a rule, without these data we will not be in a position to conclude a contract with you. Insofar as we request data from you at a later date, you will be informed separately that the provision of such data is voluntary.

11. Information about your right to object – Art. 21 GDPR

You have the right at all times to object to the processing of your data under the provisions of Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR (processing is necessary for the purposes of a legitimate interest) or Art. 6 (1) (e) GDPR (processing is necessary in the public interest) where grounds exist arising out of your particular situation. This shall also apply to processing for the purposes of profiling in the sense of Art. 4 (4) GDPR.

If you object, your personal data will no longer be processed unless where we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for such processing that override your interests, rights and freedoms, or where the processing serves the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Your objection can be made by simply writing to the address shown at 1. above.

12. Your right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority (Art. 77 GDPR). The competent supervisory authority in our case is:

Der Landesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit
Königstrasse 10 a
70173 Stuttgart
Germany

CUSTOMERS

Privacy Information in accordance with Art. 13, 14 and 21 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Data protection is important to us. In the following document, we inform you about how we process your data and what your rights are.

1. Who is responsible for data processing and who can you contact?

SiTec GmbH
Württemberger Str. 31
89143 Blaubeuren
Germany
+49 (0)7344 918-9900
E-Mail

2. Data Protection Officer’s contact details

Daniel Voigtländer
E-Mail

3. Purposes of processing and legal basis

Your personal data are processed in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and other relevant data protection requirements. The processing and use of individual data depends on the agreed or requested service. Our contract documentation, forms, consent declarations and other information made available to you (e.g. on our website or in our General Terms and Conditions) contain further details and supplementary information about the purposes for which data are processed.

3.1 Consent – Art. 6 (1) (a) GDPR

If you have given us your consent to the processing of your personal data, that consent provides the legal basis for the processing specified therein. You may withdraw your consent at any time with future effect.

3.2 Fulfilment of contractual obligations – Art. 6 (1) (b) GDPR

We process your personal data to fulfil our contracts with you. Your personal data are furthermore processed to undertake measures and activities within the scope of precontractual relationships.

3.3 Fulfilment of legal obligations – Art. 6 (1) (c) GDPR

We process your personal data where this is necessary for the fulfilment of legal obligations (e.g. commercial or fiscal laws).

Checking identity and age; fraud and money laundering prevention; prevention, combatting and solving of terrorism financing and crimes that jeopardise assets; comparisons with European and international anti-terror lists; fulfilment of fiscal controlling and reporting obligations and the archiving of data for the purposes of data protection and data security and inspection by fiscal and other authorities. It may furthermore be necessary to disclose personal data within the scope of measures imposed by the authorities/courts of law for the purposes of obtaining evidence, criminal proceedings or to enforce claims under civil law.

3.4 Our legitimate interest or that of third parties – Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR

We can also use your personal data on the basis of an overriding interest, in order to preserve our legitimate interest or the legitimate interest of a third party. This is undertaken for the following purposes:

  • for advertising or market research where you have not refused the use of your data;
  • to obtain information and for the exchange of data with credit agencies where this exceeds our economic risk;
  • for the limited storage of your data where erasure is not possible or would entail disproportionate effort owing to the special nature of that storage;
  • for comparison with European and international anti-terror lists where this extends beyond statutory obligations;
  • for the further development of services and products and existing systems and processes;
  • for the disclosure of personal data within the scope of due diligence, e.g. with regard to the sale of a company;
  • to enrich our data through using or searching publicly accessible data;
  • for statistical evaluations or market analyses;
  • for benchmarking;
  • to assert legal claims and for the purpose of defence in the event of legal disputes that are not directly associated with the contractual relationship;
  • to develop scoring systems or automated decision-making processes;
  • for internal and external examinations and/or security checks;
  • for the possible monitoring or recording of telephone calls for quality control and training purposes;
  • to certify matters relating to private law or official matters;
  • to secure and preserve our right to determine who may have access to our premises by means of appropriate measures (e.g. video surveillance; visitor badge).

4. Categories of personal data that we process

The following data are processed:

  • Personal details (name, date of birth, profession/sector and similar data);
  • Contact details (address, e-mail address, telephone number and similar data);
  • Information about your company’s financial situation (credit details including scoring, i.e. data for assessing economic risk), no financial data about individuals;
  • Customer history.

We furthermore process personal data from public sources (e.g. internet, media, press, trade and association registers, register of residents, debtor lists, land registers).

Where necessary in order for us to provide our service, we process personal data that we have acquired legally from third parties (e.g. address marketing companies, credit agencies).

5. Who receives your data?

Within our company we pass on your personal data to those departments who require these data to fulfil contractual and statutory obligations and/or to assert our legitimate interest.

Your data may moreover be shared with the following instances:

  • processors contracted by us (Art. 28 GDPR) particularly in areas such as IT services, logistics and printing services, external data centres, support/maintenance of IT applications, document processing, purchasing/procurement, marketing, telephony, audit services, lending institutions, courier services;
  • public authorities and institutions on presentation of a statutory or official order under the terms of which we are obliged to provide information about data, report or share data, or where sharing data is in the public interest;
  • instances and institutions relating to our legitimate interest or the legitimate interest of a third party for the purposes set out in 3.5 above (e.g. authorities, credit agencies, debt collection services, lawyers, courts of law, assessors, Group-owned companies, committees and super-visory authorities);
  • other instances with whom you have authorised us to share your data.

6. Transfer of your data to a third country or an international organisation

Data is transferred to instances in states outside the European Union (EU) and/or the European Economic Area (EEA) – so-called “third countries” – where necessary for the fulfilment of an order/contract from and/or with you, where this is a statutory requirement (e.g. fiscal reporting obligations), where it is in our legitimate interest (e.g. address book shared by the entire centrotherm Group) or the legitimate interest of a third party to do so, or where you have given us your consent.

The processing of your data in a third country may also be undertaken in connection with the employment of service providers within the scope of order processing. Where the country in question is not covered by a resolution of the EU Commission confirming that an adequate level of data protection is in place there, we shall in accordance with EU data protection requirements ensure by means of suitable contracts that your rights and freedoms are adequately protected and guaranteed. We will provide corresponding detailed information to you on request.

7. For how long do we store your data?

Where necessary we process your personal data throughout the duration of our business relationship. This also includes the initiation and handling of a contract.

We are moreover subject to various retention and documentation obligations arising out of the German Commercial Code (HGB) and the German Fiscal Code. The prescribed retention and/or documentation periods set out therein extend up to ten years beyond the end of the business relationship and/or the precontractual legal relationship.

Finally, the retention period is also defined on the basis of legal statutes of limitation which, for instance, are three years according to Art. 195 ff of the Federal Civil Code (BGB) as a rule, but may also be thirty years in certain cases.

8. To what extent is automated decision-making (including profiling) used in individual cases?

We do not use any purely automated decision-making processes as set out in Art. 22 GDPR. Should we use these processes in individual cases we will notify you separately where this is a legal requirement.

9. Your rights to privacy

You have the right to information (Art. 15 GDPR), the right to rectification (Art. 16 GDPR), the right to erasure (Art. 17 GDPR), the right to restriction of processing (Art. 18 GDPR) and the right to data portability (Art. 20 GDPR). You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection authority (Art. 77 GDPR). In principle, Art. 21 GDPR gives you the right to object to our processing of personal data. However this right to object only applies where you can show the existence of very special personal circumstances whereby the rights of our company may override your right to object.

Should you wish to exercise one of these rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer.

10. Your obligations in providing us with your personal data

You only need to provide us with those data that are necessary for the initiation and performance of a business relationship or a precontractual relationship with us, or those data which we are legally obliged to collect. As a rule, without these data we will not be in a position to conclude or perform the contract. This may also include data that are required later within the scope of the business relation-ship. Insofar as we request data from you at a later date, you will be informed separately that the provision of such data is voluntary.

11. Information about your right to object – Art. 21 GDPR

You have the right at all times to object to the processing of your data under the provisions of Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR (processing is necessary for the purposes of a legitimate interest) or Art. 6 (1) (e) GDPR (processing is necessary in the public interest) where grounds exist arising out of your particular situation. This shall also apply to processing for the purposes of profiling in the sense of Art. 4 (4) GDPR.

If you object, your personal data will no longer be processed unless where we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for such processing that override your interests, rights and freedoms, or where the processing serves the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

We may also process your personal data for the purposes of direct advertising. If you do not wish to receive advertising, you have the right to object at any time. This also applies to profiling where this is connected with direct marketing. We will observe this objection in the future.

Your data will no longer be processed for the purposes of direct advertising if you object to processing for these purposes.

Your objection can be made by simply writing to the address shown at 1. above.

12. Your right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority (Art. 77 GDPR). The competent supervisory authority in our case is:

Der Landesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit
Königstrasse 10 a
70173 Stuttgart
Germany

JOB APPLICANTS (only available in German)

Datenschutzinformation nach Art. 13, 14 und 21 der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung DSGVO 

Datenschutz ist für uns ein wichtiges Anliegen. Nachfolgend informieren wir Sie, wie wir Ihre Daten verarbeiten und welche Rechte Ihnen zustehen.

1. Wer ist für die Datenverarbeitung verantwortlich und an wen können Sie sich wenden?

SiTec GmbH
Württemberger Str. 31
89143 Blaubeuren
07344 918-9900
E-Mail

2. Kontaktdaten des Datenschutzbeauftragten

Daniel Voigtländer
E-Mail 

3. Verarbeitungszwecke und Rechtsgrundlage

Ihre personenbezogenen Daten werden nach den Bestimmungen der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO), dem Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (BDSG) und anderen relevanten Datenschutzvorschriften verarbeitet. Unseren Vertragsunterlagen, Formularen, Einwilligungserklärungen und den anderen Ihnen zur Verfügung gestellten Informationen (z.B. auf der Webseite oder in den Geschäftsbedingungen) können Sie weitere Details und Ergänzungen zu den Verarbeitungszwecken entnehmen.

3.1 Einwilligung (Art. 6 Abs. 1 a DSGVO)

Falls Sie uns eine Einwilligung zur Verarbeitung von personenbezogenen Daten erteilt haben, ist die jeweilige Einwilligung Rechtsgrundlage für die dort genannte Verarbeitung. Sie können Einwilligungen jederzeit mit Wirkung für die Zukunft widerrufen.

3.2 Erfüllung von vertraglichen Pflichten (Art. 6 Abs. 1 b DSGVO)

Wir verarbeiten Ihre personenbezogenen Daten zum Zwecke der Abwicklung des Bewerbungsverfahrens. Die Verarbeitung kann auch auf elektronischem Wege erfolgen. Dies ist insbesondere dann der Fall, wenn Sie Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen auf dem elektronischen Wege, beispielsweise per E-Mail oder über ein auf der Internetseite befindliches Webformular an uns übermitteln.

3.3 Erfüllung rechtlicher Verpflichtungen (Art. 6 Abs. 1 c DSGVO)

Wir verarbeiten Ihre personenbezogenen Daten, falls dies zur Erfüllung von rechtlichen Verpflichtungen notwendig ist.

4. Kategorien von personenbezogenen Daten die von uns verarbeitet werden

Folgende Daten werden verarbeitet:

  • Name, Vorname
  • Kontaktdaten (wie z.B. Email-Adresse, Anschrift, Telefon-Nr.)
  • Komplette Bewerbungsunterlagen (wie z.B. Lebenslauf, Zeugnisse, Referenzen)

5. Wer erhält Ihre Daten?

Wir geben Ihre personenbezogenen Daten innerhalb unseres Unternehmens an die Bereiche weiter, die diese Daten zur Erfüllung der vertraglichen und gesetzlichen Pflichten bzw. zu der Umsetzung un-seres berechtigten Interesses benötigen.

Darüber hinaus können folgende Stellen Ihre Daten erhalten:

  • von uns eingesetzte Auftragsverarbeiter (Art. 28 DSGVO) insbesondere im Bereich (z.B. IT-Dienstleistungen, Logistik und Druckdienstleistungen, externe Rechenzentren, Unterstützung/Wartung von EDV-/IT-Anwendungen, Belegbearbeitung, Einkauf/Beschaffung, Marketing, Telefonie, Wirtschaftsprüfungsdienstleistung, Kreditinstitute, Kurierdienste);
  • öffentliche Stellen und Institutionen bei Vorliegen einer gesetzlichen oder behördlichen Verpflichtung, nach der wir zur Auskunft, Meldung oder Weitergabe von Daten verpflichtet sind oder die Datenweitergabe im öffentlichen Interesse liegt;
  • Stellen und Institutionen aufgrund unseres berechtigten Interesses oder des berechtigten Interesses des Dritten für im Rahmen der unter Ziffer 3.5 genannten Zwecke (z.B. an Behörden, Auskunfteien, Inkasso, Rechtsanwälte, Gerichte, Gutachter, konzernangehörige Unternehmen, Gremien und Kontrollinstanzen);
  • sonstige Stellen, für die Sie uns Ihre Einwilligung zur Datenübermittlung erteilt haben.

6. Übermittlung Ihrer Daten an ein Drittland oder an eine in-ternationale Organisation

Eine Datenübermittlung an Stellen in Staaten außerhalb der Europäischen Union (EU) bzw. des Europäischen Wirtschaftsraums (EWR), sogenannte Drittländer findet nicht statt.

7. Wie lange speichern wir Ihre Daten?

Schließt der für die Verarbeitung Verantwortliche einen Anstellungsvertrag mit einem Bewerber, werden die übermittelten Daten zum Zwecke der Abwicklung des Beschäftigungsverhältnisses unter Beachtung der gesetzlichen Vorschriften gespeichert. Wird von dem für die Verarbeitung Verantwortlichen kein Anstellungsvertrag mit dem Bewerber geschlossen, so werden die Bewerbungsunterlagen drei Monate nach Bekanntgabe der Absageentscheidung automatisch gelöscht, sofern einer Löschung keine sonstigen berechtigten Interessen des für die Verarbeitung Verantwortlichen entgegenstehen. Sonstiges berechtigtes Interesse in diesem Sinne ist beispielsweise eine Beweispflicht in einem Verfahren nach dem Allgemeinen Gleichbehandlungsgesetz (AGG).

8. Inwieweit gibt es eine automatisierte Entscheidungsfindung im Einzelfall (einschließlich Profiling)?

Von uns werden keine rein automatisierten Entscheidungsverfahren gemäß Artikel 22 DSGVO eingesetzt. Sollten wir diese Verfahren in Einzelfällen einsetzen, werden wir Sie hierüber gesondert informieren, sofern dies gesetzlich vorgegeben ist.

9. Ihre Datenschutzrechte

Sie haben das Recht auf Auskunft nach Art. 15 DSGVO, das Recht auf Berichtigung nach Art. 16 DSGVO, das Recht auf Löschung nach Art. 17 DSGVO, das Recht auf Einschränkung der Verarbeitung nach Art. 18 DSGVO sowie das Recht auf Datenübertragbarkeit nach Art. 20 DSGVO. Darüber hinaus besteht ein Beschwerderecht bei einer Datenschutzaufsichtsbehörde (Art. 77 DSGVO). Grund-sätzlich besteht nach Artikel 21 DSGVO das Widerspruchsrecht gegen die Verarbeitung von personenbezogenen Daten durch uns. Dieses Widerspruchsrecht gilt allerdings nur bei Vorliegen ganz besonderer Umstände Ihrer persönlichen Situation, wobei Rechte unseres Hauses Ihrem Widerspruchsrecht ggf. entgegenstehen können. Falls Sie eines dieser Rechte geltend machen wollen, wenden Sie sich bitte an unseren Datenschutzbeauftragten.

10. Umfang Ihrer Pflichten, uns Ihre Daten bereitzustellen

Sie stellen nur diejenigen Daten bereit, die für den Bewerbungsprozess erforderlich sind. Ohne diese Daten werden wir in der Regel nicht in der Lage sein, mit Ihnen einen Arbeitsvertrag zu schließen. Sofern wir darüber hinaus Daten von Ihnen erbitten, werden Sie auf die Freiwilligkeit der Angaben gesondert hingewiesen.

11. Ihr Beschwerderecht bei der zuständigen Aufsichtsbehörde

Ihnen steht ein Beschwerderecht bei der Datenschutzaufsichtsbehörde zu (Art. 77 DSGVO). Die für uns zuständige Aufsichtsbehörde ist:

Der Landesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit
Königstrasse 10 a
70173 Stuttgart