The website https://i-a-s.be (hereafter the “Website”) is owned and managed by Innovative Automotive Services a limited liability company incorporated under the laws of Belgium, with registered offices at Galileilaan 15, 2845 Niel, Belgium, registered with the Register of Legal Entities under company number 0847.484.149 and know by the VAT-administration under the number BE0847.484.149 (hereafter “IAS”).
IAS appreciates your interest in our products and your visit to our website. Although the information on this site is described as accurate and up-to-date, changes in product information, specifications, images or other information may be introduced by IAS at any time. No rights can be derived from the content of the website in any way.
IAS can therefore accept no responsibility for possible consequences, such as damage or loss of profit in any way due to the use, trusting on or actions taken following information on the IAS website. Using the website is at one’s own risks. This is also applicable for the links to other websites.
All copyrights concerning the content of this website, such as texts, images, software or information in any other form, belong rightfully to IAS. Information on this website, whatever the way of appearance, may not be altered, reproduced, or distributed without written approval by IAS.
The website is regularly checked for viruses, but the absence of viruses which can influence the operation of your computer and/or programs cannot be guaranteed. This website could contain links to website outside the IAS website. IAS is not responsible for the content and use of to IAS linked websites or for possible consequences of a visit to one of the connected websites.
The Belgian law is applicable to this website and the Disclaimer. The Belgian judge is competent only to judge possible disputes arising from the connection with this website and with published information thereon.
Who processes the data
We are aware of the applicable laws and regulations regarding the protection of personal data and have taken the necessary measures to comply with these.
Purpose of the processing
We collect your data from the moment you enter or leave your details on our website or when you log on in a different way to make use of our services. We may also collect information from you when you have placed it on publicly available sources that suggest that you would be interested in work-related services. In that case, we will approach you if you are interested in registering with us in accordance with our conditions and with due observance of this privacy notice. If you are not interested, we can process relevant data to honour your request not to be contacted by us.
We collect and process your data for the implementation of our services, including the development and delivery of training solutions, mediation, recruitment and personal development.
Why we collect your personal data
We collect and process your data that is necessary to provide our services. This is partly data required to be able to use our services. Additional information may be needed to better personalise our service to your needs and qualities or to fulfil more specific questions or obligations from clients. You are solely responsible for the accuracy and relevance of the information that you provide.
Specifically, this relates to the following personal data: name, address, email address and other contact details, date and place of birth, gender, age, CV, passport photo and/or video (on a voluntary basis).
Whom we may share your information with
Part of our service requires that your personal data be shared with our clients. In more specific cases, we are obliged to do so, for example by a court order.
Personal data is provided on the basis of a legitimate interest, legal obligation and/or to execute the agreement in accordance with the purpose mentioned under “Why we collect your personal data”. Your personal data may be transferred outside Belgium. We have taken the necessary measures to ensure that the personal data is carefully protected.
Personal data of applicants and candidates
Your application data (CV, work experience, training, etc.) is available for up to 1 year after the last point of contact if you have not worked for us. This applies only when you have given permission for this. If you do not give permission, your details will be anonymised 4 weeks after the last point of contact. If you give permission for us to keep your data longer than 1 year, then we will use a different retention period. This will always be done in consultation and will be recorded in writing.
Personal details of business relationships
The contact details for employees of clients, suppliers, vendors, referees and any other authority with which we maintain a business relationship may also be collected and processed. IAS processes the personal data of companies with which we do business in order to make offers and/or provide information, maintain a business relationship, and conclude and maintain an order agreement.
We use the statutory retention periods determined in accordance with the EU privacy law.
Rights of the data subject
The personal data that you provide to us is processed with the utmost care and complete transparency. You also have the right to be informed about your data which is processed.
You have the right to access the personal data we hold about you. In doing so, you also have the right to rectification and supplementation of your data. When you no longer want us to process your personal data, you have the right to be forgotten. At that point, we will remove all of your information from our systems. We cannot always do this, because some data is subject to a legal retention period, for example.
Technical information, cookies and security
Generally, our website may be visited without providing your personal data to us. As with many other websites, this website automatically collects certain non-identifiable information about the users of the website, such as the internet protocol (IP) address of your computer, the IP address of your internet service provider, the date and time of your access to the website, the internet address of the website from which you were linked directly to our website, the operating system you are using, the sections of the website you visit, the pages of the website you have visited and the information you have viewed, information about the type of device you use for your visit to the site, the geographical location where you are located and the material you send or download from the website. This technical information is used to manage the website and system administrator, and to improve the website and its use. This technical data may be passed on to third parties and can be permanently stored for future use.
The connection to our web services is encrypted by SSL to ensure that personal data cannot be read, copied, modified or removed without permission during electronic transmission or transport.
If you have any questions, comments or complaints regarding the processing of your personal data by IAS, you can contact our Data Protection Officer, Mr. Michael Gastmans.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +32 486 98 75 38.
Websites of third parties
This Privacy Statement is not applicable to websites of third parties who are visited through this website by means of hyperlinks. IAS rejects complete liability concerning these third party websites, because IAS has no influence on them.
IAS maintains the right to make changes in this Privacy Statement at any time. To be aware of changes in the Privacy Statement, we recommend you consult this privacy statement on a regular basis.