The Dutch Accreditation Council (RvA) handles your personal data with care. Personal data means data that can be traced back to a natural person, for example a name, home address or an e-mail address.
The protection of this data is regulated in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This Regulation helps to protect the privacy of the general public and also applies to personal data that is gathered via the Internet.
The Dutch Accreditation Council (RvA) processes personal data in order to fulfil its duties as conferred under law; the accreditation of conformity assessment bodies. This can mean that the RvA shares data, including your personal data, with third parties for which it is responsible. These third parties are often natural persons who are requested by the RvA to undertake accreditation assessments on behalf of the Board of the RvA on the basis of their specific expertise.
In principle, the RvA will inform you when it intends to process your data. The RvA will not inform you in the following cases:
The RvA ensures an appropriate level of protection for your personal data it holds, in line with the applicable legal requirements and guidelines.
The RvA does not retain your personal data that it processes for longer than is necessary for the purpose of the data processing or as required under the Dutch Public Records Act (Archiefwet).
In the following situations you can submit a request via firstname.lastname@example.org:
For general questions about the privacy protection at the RvA please contact the Data Protection Officer via email@example.com.