Data protection & Cookies

Data Protection Act

If the Internet offer contains the possibility to enter personal or business data (email addresses, names, and addresses), the user provides those data on expressly voluntary basis. The use and payment of all offered services is also allowed – as far as technically possible and reasonable – without providing such data or by providing anonymised data or a pseudonym. The use of the contact data published in the impressum or in comparable information by third parties for the purpose of forwarding information not expressly requested is not permitted. Such data includes postal addresses, telephone and fax numbers as well as email addresses. Legal actions against the sender of so-called spam emails in case of violations of this prohibition are expressly reserved.


What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are created by the visited website and contain data. They are stored on the visitor’s computer to give the user access to various functions. A session cookie is temporarily stored on the computer as the visitor navigates the site. This cookie is deleted when the user closes his internet browser or after a certain time has elapsed (i.e. when the session has finished). A persistent cookie remains on the visitor’s computer until said cookie is deleted.

How can I refuse and delete cookies?

We generally do not use cookies to collect personal information about a visitor. If you wish, you can refuse or block cookies by changing your browser settings – you can find out more in the “Help” function of your browser. Please note that most browsers accept cookies automatically. Therefore, if you want to suppress the use of cookies, you may need to actively delete or block cookies. For more information about the use of cookies in mobile phone browsers and how to refuse or delete cookies, refer to the manual of your mobile phone. Keep in mind, however, that if you decline to use cookies, you may continue to visit our sites, but the functionality of some features may be impaired.

For more information about cookies, including how to use or organise, block or delete them, visit The website provides a detailed guide on how to set and delete cookies, depending on the browser type.


Personal data protection statement

The processing of all personal data in the company is in accordance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, hereinafter referred as “the GDPR Regulation”.

We use and process personal data in the groups below:

  1. Job applicant personal data
  2. Full-time employee personal data
  3. Student personal data – within the scope of operating training
  4. Personal data of individuals – our business partners (contractors/customers)
  5. Personal data of contact persons – i.e. individuals appointed by business partners (contractors/customers) of the employer as contact persons
  6. Personal data of partners – individuals
  7. Personal data in the form of the surveillance system records