SAFETY Training Plus
Use of the learning platform
Description: To make the best use of the learning platform, e.g. cookies are set, which save the learning progress and thus enable course progress and completion.Below you will find an overview of all data and cookies as well as the guarantee about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)-compliant protection.
1. Data privacyWhile using the learning platform, personal data is collected from and processed about you. This data is linked to your person. It is therefore our duty to inform you about what data is collected and processed and what rights you have with regard to data collection and processing. Personal data will be treated confidentially by us and will not be made available to third parties, especially not publicly, without authorization. The legal basis for the collection and processing of personal data is your consent in accordance with Article 6 (1) a) GDPR. In the following, we describe which personal data is processed.
Which data is stored?Input data is data which you enter yourself through forum entries or messages.
Personal data you provide when you register. These are details such as your name and e-mail address, which are necessary for login and certificate creation.
Motion data include which courses you are using and your course progress.
Diagnostic data (Automatic storage of input, personal and motion data as a result of an error condition occurring) are collected to maintain/enhance system stability, performance and security.
CookiesCookies (short text information) are used by the learning platform in several ways:
Session-Cookies: This cookie is necessary so that the learning platform can identify you across multiple page views without you having to authenticate or log in again each time you change pages. The cookie is set the first time you access the learning platform and remains set until you log out of the learning platform or close your browser (the latter can be prevented by local browser settings if necessary) or remove the cookies from your browser or change the corresponding security settings of your PC.
Who can access and what can be accessed?
- Users have access to the courses assigned to them.
- Course owners are the managers of the online training of STP. If necessary, the executives and authorized persons of your company, who are responsible for the training obligation, may also have access to certain data. This includes, for example, information about course completions or certificates.
- Administrators are the persons entrusted with the technical administration of the learning platform and have access rights for the entire system. These rights are only given to the leading persons of STP.
DeletionThe personal data will be deleted from the system as soon as they are no longer required for the purpose for which they were collected or you have declared your revocation, insofar and as long as there are no legal retention obligations. You have the option at any time to delete data that you yourself have written (e.g. forum entries, additions to the user profile). At any time you can delete your account with all associated data yourself.
- Data in your user profile will be stored until the user profile is deleted. User profiles are deleted five years after the last login.
- Motion data created during course participation is stored until the course is deleted. There is no right of deletion if information was created by you and is in context with information from other users (e.g. forum posts).
Your RightsYou have various rights against the controller with regard to the data stored about you. Your rights include:
- Right of access (Art. 15 DSGVO): You have the right to obtain information about the personal data processed about you, Please note that you can also find data in your usage profile.
- Right to rectification (Art. 16 GDPR): If incorrect personal data is stored, you can adjust it yourself (profile data you have entered yourself) or request the controller to do so. The controller will comply with the request if the correction is justified and permissible.
- Right of deletion (Art. 17 GDPR): You have a right to have personal data deleted that is demonstrably false or for which the controller cannot prove a processing purpose. There is no right to erasure of personal data if the controller is obliged to still retain the data for legal reasons or due to official obligations (proof of instruction, proof of quality assurance, copyright usage rights, right to audit). The obligation to delete personal data may also exist after participation in the course / employment relationship has ended or if consent is revoked. There is also no right to deletion if information has been collected by yourself and this information is in an indissoluble context with information from other users (e.g. forum posts). The request for deletion can be considered as a revocation of consent. This may mean that you will no longer be able to access the learning platform and that you will no longer be able to participate in a course. Evidence, e.g. performance records, may no longer be provided in this way.
- Right to restriction of processing (Art. 18 GDPR): Controllers will ensure that, in the event of a justified restriction of processing, personal data is only accessible to those persons who need to process the data. For this purpose, they may use the means of pseudonymization and anonymization. Restriction of processing may result in you no longer being able to access the learning platform thereafter and participation in a course will no longer be possible. Evidence, e.g. performance records, may no longer be provided in this way.
- Right of objection (Art. 21 DSGVO): You can object to the further use of the data under the legal conditions. This can only take effect in the future. The right to object is not an automatic obligation for the data controller to delete the data. If the responsible party has storage obligations for other legal reasons, these take precedence. The objection may mean that you will no longer have access to the learning platform afterwards and that participation in a course is no longer possible. Evidence, e.g. performance records, may no longer be provided in this way.
- Right of withdrawal (Art. 7 (3) DSGVO): You have the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your data for the future. The revocation does not affect the lawfulness of the processing until the time of revocation. The revocation may result in you no longer having access to the learning platform thereafter and participation in a course is no longer possible. Evidence, e.g. performance records, may thus no longer be provided. If the processing takes place within the scope of an employment contract, the right of revocation may be restricted.
- In the event of a breach of statutory provisions for the protection of data stored about you, you can contact the competent supervisory authority. Please first contact the person responsible so that your concern can be examined as quickly as possible and, if necessary, complied with.
2. Usage obligations
- By registering, the user is granted a non-transferable, simple right to use the learning platform.
- All other uses of the learning platform, in particular private and/or commercial uses as well as use for marketing purposes or profiling within the meaning of the GDPR are expressly prohibited.
- The users are obliged to comply with all legal provisions, in particular copyright law and data protection law.
CopyrightAll materials posted on the learning platform are protected by copyright unless expressly stated otherwise. This means that the content is intended for personal use in the course, may not be passed on to third parties without the written consent of SAFETY Training Plus, and may not be reproduced or modified.
3. Further regulations
Contact by EmailYou will be informed by the learning platform via email on the following points:
- Login data
- New course assignment
- Login reminder
- Expiration of the certificate