Public procedure register (Section 4g Paragraph 2 of the Federal Data Protection Act [Bundesdatenschutzgesetz – BDSG])

Section 4g Paragraph 2 Sentence 2 of the BDSG requires the data protection officer to make the following information pursuant to Section 4e Sentence 1 No. 1 available to the public in an appropriate manner.

  1. Responsible party:

  2. General manager:
    Eric Jacq

  3. Data protection officer:
    Iris Polley

  4. Address of responsible party:
    Reinzstraße 3-7 | 89233 Neu-Ulm, Germany

  5. Purpose of data collection:
    The subject of the company’s business is the development and manufacture of sealing, shielding, and valve cover systems for the automotive industry, original Victor Reinz® service parts for the open replacement parts market, gasket materials and special gaskets for industrial applications and components for fuel cells.

    The data is collected, processed and used to pursue one of the above-mentioned purposes.

  6. Description of the groups of individuals concerned and relevant data or data categories:
    Customer data, employee data, supplier data and data of other service providers, if said data is necessary to fulfil the purpose specified under point 5. This primarily includes the following data and categories of data:

    Employees, sales representatives, applicants, trainees, interns, retirees, former employees and dependents: primarily application data, information on professional careers, education and qualification; contract, master and accounting data details of private and business addresses, area of activity, transaction and performance data; name and age of family members where relevant for welfare payment, income tax data, bank connections, assets entrusted to the staff member); contact details; employee status; qualifications; employee assessments; professional career; data for staff administration and management; timekeeping data and access control data; schedule management data; business trip information; data for communication, processing and controlling transactions, as well as the technical systems used to do so

    Customers: Address data, contact persons (incl. telephone, fax and E-mail data), contractual data, customer support information, incl. customer development, statistical data, accounding and performance data

    Suppliers and service providers: Address data, contact coordination, bank details, contract data, schedule management data, billing information and performance data

  7. Recipients or categories of recipient to whom the data may be disclosed
    All employees who are internally involved with fulfilling the tasks specified under the purpose of data collection and the business processes necessary to do so (such as staff administration, financial accounting, marketing, sales or IT/ORG); public institutions which receive data on the basis of statutory regulations, such as social insurance institutions, financial authorities, Federal Institute for Employment; Credit institutes (if in charge of monetary transactions; customers as defined by the purpose of the agreements concluded with said customers; other external parties such as subsidiaries and parent corporations; external contractors (service companies) in accordance with Section 11 of the BDSG.

  8. Statutory deadlines for the deletion of data:
    The legislators have imposed a number of obligations and deadlines regarding data storage. Once these deadlines have elapsed, the applicable data will be deleted as a routine procedure. Data not affected by this will be deleted if the purposes specified under point 5 do not apply.

  9. Planned transfer of data to third countries:
    Data shall only be transfered to third countries which are able to guarantee an appropriate standard of data protection made available, such as countries party to the USA’s Safe Harbor Agreement.

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