Privacy Policy

It is important to us that the personal data that you provide access to, or allow us to collect, when ordering HSE cards remains safe and is only used to fulfill your order.

According to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) we are required to handle your personal data in a secure manner, in compliance with the rules and regulations that govern the processing of personal data.

What is personal data?

Personal data is data related to individuals, which can be used to identify individuals registered in our database. When ordering HSE cards, personal data includes data such as the name of the contact person, personal ID number and passport photo.

Who is the data processor?

The CEO of Jobbkort AS is the data processor, and is responsible for the processing of personal data in accordance with GDPR and the Privacy Act.

What is the purpose of the data processing?

The legal basis for gathering this personal data is to provide HSE cards. In addition, we gather personal data to provide helpful customer service, and in relation to marketing activities.

What personal data does Jobbkort process?

We gather personal data when the Customer orders HSE cards, and when contacting the Customer via email and phone. This is to say that we gather personal data that you specify as necessary in order for us to provide the service, as well as helpful customer service. Examples of the personal data we store is name, email address, and personal identification number or D-number.

Read the Data Processing Agreement here.

Where does Jobbkort gather personal data

In order to provide HSE cards it is necessary for Jobbkort to collect some personal data, but the Customer must provide consent prior to Jobbkort gathering the data.

When the Customer registers information via our website for the purpose of ordering HSE cards, we are required to ask for personal data to produce the cards. This is personal data that the Customer provides upon ordering the cards.

In some cases we gather personal data that is registered with a third party when the service is used. In particular when troubleshooting and improving the service. This type of data is not used at an individual level, but is collated on a general level to provide the best possible customer support and service to all customers.

When our service is used cookies are also stored to improve the user experience on the website. In addition, cookies are used by websites that display ads from ad networks, such as Google. When visiting and then another website that displays ads from Google, you are more likely to see an ad from Jobbkort.

Read more about cookies here.

Sharing personal data

We do not share your personal data with anyone except where it is necessary to produce the cards (Evry card). If we suspect illegal activity has occurred in conjunction with the service, the personal data can be made available to the authorities upon request.

Changing or amending personal data

When ordering you provide personal data that is required to produce the HSE cards, and this data can be revised at any point by contacting Jobbkort AS.

We do not store your personal data longer than is necessary to fulfill the purpose of the processing, unless required to by law, but by retaining personal data until the HSE cards require renewal we simplify the ordering process and are able to offer even better service to our customers.

We have the required internal routines to delete personal data when requested to do so by the Customer.

How does Jobbkort AS secure personal data?

Safety procedures are a priority for us, and we do our utmost to ensure that personal data remains secure. You should feel safe in the knowledge that no personal data we have access to is made public, and if you suspect a breach you can contact customer service at any point. All our employees are bound by a confidentiality agreement.

Contact information

If you have any questions regarding this privacy policy you can contact us, send an email to [email protected] or call us on +47 21 08 05 70.

Please note that the Privacy policy in Norwegian is the only legally binding agreement, in case of differences of interpretation between the two.