Overview of all branches
Telefon 040 - 31 18 26 34
Fax 040 - 31 18 26 35
Telefon 0171 9175961
Zeche Ernestine 37
Telefon 0201 - 1 75 54 57
Fax 0201 - 1 75 54 96
Telefon 02151 - 15 35 95 1
Fax 02151 - 15 35 95 2
Bubenheimer Weg 39
Telefon 0261 - 20 60
Fax 0261 - 2 35 38
Telefon 02331 - 3 48 67 24
Fax 02331 - 3 48 67 94
Telefon 06826 5 20 38 86
Fax 06826 5 20 38 96
Duties of the controller to provide information pursuant to Art. 12 and Art. 13 GDPR
Name and contact details of the controller and, where available, his/her representative
Hochdruck Schlauch + Rohrverbindungen
Klaus Ochel, Frank Schneider
Contact details of the Data Protection Officer
Specific purposes of the collection, processing or use of data
HSR is an innovative and expanding company in the hydraulics industry with branches throughout the whole of Germany. The core business of HSR is the servicing of high-pressure connections for technical systems in industry and construction.
The company collects, processes and uses personal data solely for performing or preparing contracts, complying with statutory obligations or with the consent of the data subject.
Categories of data subjects and related data or categories of data
The data subject categories are
• current employees,
• former employees,
• job applicants,
• potential customers,
• service providers and
• other business partners.
Related data comprises all personal data necessary to fulfil the respective purpose.
The legal basis for performing the designated procedures is defined in the GDPR and, where applicable, in the respective national data protection laws (in Germany the BDSG [Federal Data protection Act - FDPA]). Particular reference should be made here to Articles 4 to 7 GDPR. Art. 4 GDPR defines the terms used and refers to Recitals 26-37.
Where processing is necessary on the basis of Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR, this is done solely for concluding or performing contracts – except where such interests are overridden by the legitimate interests of the data subject – taking into account all data protection requirements. When weighing up the interests of the data subjects and the contracting parties, strict standards in favour of the data subject are applied at all times.
Potential recipients of transmitted data
The potential recipients of transmitted personal data are
• public authorities, provided that a statutory obligation exists,
• service providers and other business partners, insofar as the transmission of data is necessary for fulfilling the respective purpose and is permitted or required on grounds of a statutory provision, or the data subject has given his/her consent.
There are no provisions for any further disclosure of personal data and this shall, as such, not take place.
Intent to transfer data to third countries
Where it is necessary to transfer data to third countries, this is done solely for concluding or performing contracts – except where such interests are overridden by the legitimate interests of the data subject – taking into account all data protection requirements. Where there is any intent to transfer personal data to a third country or an international organisation, this is done on the basis of Art. 45 GDPR (Transfers on the basis of an adequacy decision). However, should data be transferred pursuant to Art. 46 or Art. 47 or Art. 49 (1) second subparagraph, please note that suitable safeguards or binding in-house data protection regulations are in place or, respectively, when weighing up the interests of the data subjects and the contracting parties, strict standards in favour of the data subject are applied at all times.
Standard limitation periods for the erasure of data
Personal data is erased in accordance with the relevant statutory or contractual regulations on data erasure, taking into account any statutory or contractual retention obligations.
Personal data that is not subject to any statutory or contractual retention or erasure obligations is erased as soon as such is no longer required to fulfil the specific purpose.
Right of access, rectification and erasure
Each data subject has the right to request from the controller access to the personal data relating to him/her, the right to rectification, erasure or restricted processing of the data, the right to object to the processing, and the right to data portability.
Right to withdraw consent
Where processing is performed on the basis of Art. 6 (1) (a) or Art. 9 (2) (a), each data subject has the right to withdraw his/her consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of processing on the basis of consent prior to the withdrawal thereof.
Right to object
Each data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
Right to information
Each data subject has the right to be informed whether the provision of personal data is a statutory or contractual requirement, or a requirement necessary to conclude a contract, and whether the data subject is obligated to provide the personal data, and what the consequences of failure to provide such data might be.
Automated decision-making including profiling
We use automated decision-making including profiling. The logic involved, and the significance and envisaged consequences of such processing, are defined as follows. Profiling is any form of automated processing of personal data that consists of using this personal data to evaluate certain personal aspects relating to a natural person using algorithms. An automated individual decision occurs where the decision is based solely on algorithms without being additionally checked by a person. Within the company, this is performed on the basis of Art. 22 GDPR and, where necessary, the data subject may assert his/her rights under Art. 22 (1) GDPR.
PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING
When you use our website, data is stored for organisational and technical reasons. The access data includes the IP address, the date and time of the request, the time zone difference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the content of the request (i.e. name of the specifically accessed web page), the access status/HTTP status code, the volume of data transmitted, the referrer URL (previously visited page), the browser type and version, the operating system and its interface, the language and version of the browser software, and notification that the data was successfully retrieved. We evaluate this technical data anonymously and only for statistical purposes to enable us to continuously optimise our website and make our services more appealing. This data is stored separately from other personal information on secure systems and is not used to identify particular individuals.
COLLECTION OF ACCESS DATA
The collection of certain data is technically essential for us to be able to deliver and display content through our website. When you access our website, these so-called server log files are recorded by us or the web space provider. These log files do not allow any conclusions to be drawn about your identity. The information includes the name of the website, the file, the current date, the volume of data, the browser and version, the operating system used, the domain name of your internet provider, the referrer URL (the page from which you were forwarded to our website) and the respective IP address. We use this data to display and deliver our content and for statistical purposes. The information helps us to provide and continuously optimise our website. We also reserve the right to examine the aforementioned data retroactively if we suspect that our website is being used illegally.
CONTENT AND SERVICES OF THIRD PARTIES
Processing when using individual services through the website
Various services can be accessed through our website for which we collect personal data from you, if you decide to use such services. Information on the types of data processed, the purpose of and the legal basis for processing, when the data is erased, and to whom your data is transmitted, where necessary, is available below:
The following information provides an overview of the third-party providers and their content, including links to their privacy policies which contain further details on the processing of data and, already mentioned here in part, options for raising objections: