SaferWorld International AB
Registration number: 556710-8393
SaferWorld International AB has developed a policy to meet with the terms of the new law, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
How we use your personal data
We collect personal information about you. We do so to sell and market our products and services, but also to answer questions, manage payments, warranties and provide you with the best possible support.
The data can be collected in different ways. For example, when you contact us via email or our contact form or simply by visiting our website. Once we have received these data, we are responsible for managing them properly. That means, we will only use the data needed to conduct our business, and the data will only be used for the purpose of which they have been collected for.
Here are some examples of what personal data we use, and for what purpose:
- To contact you or answer questions via email or phone, we use personal information such as name, company title, phone number or e-mail address.
- To provide a good user experience when you visit our site, we collect data such as IP- address, operate system and geographic location.
- If you want to work with us, we need information such as name, CV and e-mail address.
The personal data is only saved for as long as they are used. However, some data may need to be saved for an extended period, such is data that must be saved in accordance with the Swedish accounting act.
We establish batch agreements with third parties
Some data may need to be processed by a third part. This may, for example, be an accounting bureau or IT support company. In order to ensure that these third parties handle the personal data under the terms of the GDPR, we have established batch agreements.
Your data subject rights
You have the right to request what personal data we process, where and for what purpose. You also have the right to be forgotten or change the data if it is incorrect.
Data protection officer, DPO
SaferWorld International AB (registration number 556710-8393) is the DPO for the handling of your personal data. If you have any questions about the processing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file stored on your computer when you visit a website. The function is partly to make sure that you, as the website visitor, have a good experience regarding access to all features, and partly so that the website owner can measure the ongoing traffic on the site.
We use two types of cookies, permanent and temporary cookies.
- Permanent cookies are permanently saved as a file on your computer. For example, they tell you what is new on our site since you last visited us, and they collect statistics about how the site is used.
- Session cookies are files temporarily stored on your computer. They exist on your computer while you visit the website and vanish as soon as you close the page. They are used to, for example, keep track of which language you select and to ensure that pages are loaded quickly on your computer.
We use the analytics tool Google Analytics to collect statistics and measure traffic on our site. This may include information about how the visitor has clicked on our site, which pages are visited and how long the visit lasts. We do not save any personal information about you as a visitor. Cookies can not harm your files or increase the risk of viruses on your computer.
How to manage and remove cookies
If you do not want to allow cookies to be stored on your computer, you can set this in your browser’s help section. There, you can also delete cookies that you have saved formerly. However, keep in mind that some features on our site are dependent on cookies and may not work if you remove them.
Embedded content from other websites
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.