Privacy conditions

The Hockey Center BV (hereinafter referred to as: The Hockey Centre) would like to thank you for your visit to our site and for your interest in our company, our services or our vacancies. We believe it is important to protect your personal data during your visit to our site and during the possible resulting processing. Below we explain what information we collect when you use our site and how this information is processed.
Who are we
The Hockey Centre, sells hockey equipment online and offline. Organizes sporting events, clinics, master classes and team building activities. But also offers club support to various associations. The Hockey Center is located at Louis Armstrongweg 110, 1311 RL in Almere, and registered with the Chamber of Commerce under number 66139384.
Privacy in general
The Hockey Center will only process your personal data in accordance with the relevant privacy legislation (Telecommunications Act and the Personal Data Protection Act / GDPR). Your personal data will only be used as described in these terms and conditions. For the rest, we will only use your personal data with your permission. By using the site, you acknowledge that you have read these privacy terms and agree to be bound by them.
What (personal) data do we collect?
  • Visitors to our site
In general, our site can be visited without your personal data being passed on to us. Like many other sites, this website does automatically collect certain non-identifying information about the site's users. The Hockey Center collects data about users of the site, such as duration of the visit, domain, browser type, the pages you visit and your IP address. This technical information is used to administer the site and to improve the site and its use.
We cannot identify you with this information. Your IP address will only be traceable to the name of your access provider or your company network.
In addition, The Hockey Center only collects information that can be traced back to individuals that has been expressly and voluntarily made available by visitors. This information may include your name, email address, telephone number and the name of the organization for which you work. The Hockey Center uses the personal data voluntarily provided by you, via the site or subsequently in subsequent contact, to communicate with you about the performance of our services and other activities and to approach you for commercial purposes, newsletters and specific The Hockey Center publications and events, only if you have registered for this (opt-in). In that case, we can use the information you have provided on the website or subsequently in an email exchange to create personal profiles in order to tailor our responses to requests to your wishes. You can always ask us to stop sending such information.
  • Personal data of business relations
(contact details of employees of clients, suppliers, vendors, referees and any other bodies with which we maintain a business relationship)
The Hockey Center processes the personal data of data subjects who work for companies with which we do business (1) to make offers for and/or provide information about services and other activities and (2) to maintain a business relationship and (3) ) to conclude and maintain an assignment agreement.
We process, among other things, the following personal data of business relations: names, contact details and positions of contact persons.
The Hockey Center may pass on personal data obtained from its business relations to third parties if this is necessary to achieve the objectives of the business relationship or for the performance of The Hockey Center's services for the business relationship. This data may be passed on to other operating companies of The Hockey Centre, to applicants/candidates, business partners, contracting parties and subcontractors (e.g. data processors) who provide services on behalf of The Hockey Centre, and in all other cases in which The Hockey Center may be obliged to do so. for example, by a court order or court judgment. Personal data cannot be transferred outside the Netherlands. The Hockey Center has taken the necessary measures to ensure that all personal data transferred is adequately protected.
The retention periods used by The Hockey Center depend on the applicable statutory retention periods. The data will in any case be kept for a maximum of 2 years after the termination of the customer relationship.
  • Personal data of candidates/applicants
The processing of personal data relating to an application/selection procedure is based on the legitimate interests of The Hockey Center and the applicant. When you submit an application, you explicitly consent to the processing of your data in the context of the recruitment and selection process, which consent can be withdrawn at any time.
The Hockey Center will only use personal data sent via the application form on the site for the purpose for which you submitted it: applying for a vacancy at The Hockey Center. You are of course responsible for the accuracy and relevance of the data you provide. In the context of an application/selection procedure, we ask you for – among other things – the following (documents containing) personal data:
  • When applying via email:
– Your first and last name, e-mail address and telephone number.
– Your curriculum vitae (CV) and motivation.
  • During any subsequent application procedure:
– Information about training and education and/or tests that you have followed or completed
– Data about availability and leave
– Other information that is (or may be) important in the context of assessing the suitability of the candidate, for example references and certificates
– Passport photo on a voluntary basis
  • When you can start working/are working/have worked at The Hockey Centre:
  • Nationality, BSN number, ID proof, possible work permit
  • Other data related to personnel, salary and absenteeism registration
  • In addition, we sometimes process data in the context of a pre-employment screening.
The Hockey Center only records special personal data if this is necessary to comply with its legal obligations, insofar as permission has been given, or if this is otherwise permitted by or pursuant to the law. 'Special personal data' refers to data about race, religion or belief, political opinion, health, sexual life, trade union membership, criminal personal data and/or personal data about unlawful or nuisance behavior. The Hockey Center may pass on the personal data of a candidate/applicant to subcontractors (for example data processors) who provide services or carry out assignments on its behalf, suppliers and government agencies. And in all other cases where we may be obliged to do so, for example by a court order or a judicial decision. The provision of personal data is made on the basis of a legitimate interest, legal obligation and/or for the execution of the agreement in accordance with the purposes previously mentioned.
Your personal data cannot be transferred outside the Netherlands. And of course The Hockey Center ensures that your personal data is adequately protected.
The retention periods we use depend on the applicable legal retention periods.
By sending the application form on our website, you give us permission to keep your personal data for one year after the end of the application procedure in the event that you are not hired, for possible future vacancies.
If you have worked for The Hockey Center, your mediation and work data (CV, work experience, education, test results, overviews of vacation days, certificates, administrative absenteeism data, reports of performance and assessment interviews, etc.) will remain available in a protected environment for up to two years after the last contact. Afterwards these will be destroyed.
In order to ensure the proper administration of our site and to facilitate improved navigation, The Hockey Center may use cookies (which are small text files stored in the user's browser) so that aggregated data can be are collected.
We may use these tools to track information on our systems and to identify certain categories of users by items such as IP address, domain, browser type and pages visited. This information is communicated to our webmasters who use it to analyze the number of visitors to different parts of the website and to ensure that our website functions as a useful and effective source of information.
  • Enabling and disabling cookies and removing them
You can disable cookies via the browser. Due to the diversity in browsers, we would like to refer you to the information page of your browser or the user manual of your phone or tablet to set your cookie preferences.
You always have the option to delete cookies that have already been placed from the hard drive of your computer, tablet or telephone. Please note: if you refuse and/or delete cookies, you will not always be able to use all the features of a site. In addition, refusing or deleting cookies only has consequences for the computer, tablet and telephone and the browsers on which you perform this action. If you use multiple computers/devices and/or browsers, you must repeat the above-mentioned action(s) as often as necessary.
  • Google Analytics
The Hockey Center uses Google Analytics to gain insight into, among other things, visitor flows, traffic sources and page views on our site. This means that Google acts as a processor in the processing of personal data by The Hockey Centre. We have therefore concluded a processing agreement with Google.
Information collected with Google Analytics is anonymized as much as possible. For example, The Hockey Center does not have insight into which individual visitors make which visits to our website. Google will never process your full IP address and will always mask the last octet of your IP address.
The Hockey Center does everything it can to optimally protect your personal data against unauthorized use. We do this using physical, administrative, organizational and technical measures. For example: only authorized employees have access to the data.
If and insofar as data is provided to data processors who provide services or carry out assignments on behalf of The Hockey Center, The Hockey Center has agreed with them that they will also optimally protect the personal data. We guarantee that the data will not be used for purposes other than those for which you shared it with The Hockey Centre.
Your rights
You have the right to inspect, change or delete the personal data registered about you.
You can contact The Hockey Center via the contact address below. If you believe that The Hockey Center is acting in violation of the laws and regulations with regard to your personal data, you have the right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
The Hockey Center may make changes, additions or changes to its privacy statement from time to time for various reasons. The most current privacy statement can be viewed at any time on the website of The Hockey Centre. This version was prepared in January 2020.
Questions, comments, complaints
If you have any questions, comments or complaints about the protection of your personal data by The Hockey Centre, you can contact us in writing or by e-mail at:
The Hockey Centre
Louis Armstrongweg 110
1311 RL Almere
+31 85 040 4864