Privacy Statement for DRR Nordic / AFKA AS

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

This statement explains how the privacy is safeguarded by AFKA AS in connection with the collection of personal data. As an employee or as an external person using our electronic solutions, we want you to feel confident that applicable laws and regulations are followed. The safe processing of the data may be documented in accordance with applicable regulations at any time.

A personal data is an information or assessment that can be associated with an individual.  Information that can also be identified by an individual is also considered personal data. Examples include your name, address, phone number, email address, photos, and social security number.

AFKA AS is subject to a duty of confidentiality.

Personal data is not disclosed to third parties, except in the cases we use subcontractors. When using a subcontractor, AFKA AS has been guaranteed security and documented through special agreements.


Examples of services that may require your active consent.

  • Activity registrations, including registration for courses
  • Sign up newsletter

Information being processed

AFKA AS stores information that you provide to us in connection with orders. In addition, we may store in whole or partial information you provide to us as a dealer, in connection with courses, meetings, travel and follow-up related to said activities.

Registration for courses and travel etc.

When you sign up for courses, trips or other events, you will be asked to provide your name, contact information, etc. Personal data we receive when enrolling in courses and trips is not used for purposes other than managing the event, including sending name lists to the course location where necessary.  After the event, the information may be archived, in order to document that the necessary courses have been taken.

This information will not be used for other purposes.

AFKA AS on social media:

AFKA AS uses various social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube to share information about the company and our products, both to employees and others.

AFKA AS is not responsible for information and images that members themselves post on social media. How the network in question handles the data further is governed by your agreement with the community. However, information that you have shared a post is not saved at AFKA AS

Images of persons can be used on several surfaces and in several contexts related to AFKA AS's activities. For example, an image can be used both on web pages and as an illustration of an invitation to trips and courses. Images may not be used in a commercial context without the special consent of the person depicted.


When sending newsletters, consent must be obtained from the recipient in advance that they wish to send this to them.

Access, correction and deletion

You have the right to access the information we have registered about you. You are responsible for letting you know and correcting information that should prove not to be correct. Personal data will not be stored longer than is necessary to fulfil the purpose of processing.

Responsible for processing

AFKA AS is the data controller for the processing of personal data as set out in this Privacy Policy.

If you are external and have any questions relating to AFKA AS's terms or how we collect and use personal data, please contact us at


To create an easy-to-use website, we look at the user pattern of those who visit the site. For this we use cookies, which are small text files that the website stores on the user's computer. None of the cookies we use for the operation of the website allow us to associate information about your use of the website with you as an individual.

Most modern browsers are set to accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to change the settings yourself so that cookies are not accepted. Very many websites will not work optimally if you do not accept cookies.

To analyze the information, we use the Google Analytics and Sitecore Experience Platform analytics tools. These use cookies, which record users' IP address and provide information about the individual user's online movements. Examples of what the statistics give us information about are; how many people visit different pages, how long your visit lasts, which websites users come from, which browsers are used, and information about ecommerce.

The information from Google Analytics is stored on Google's servers in the United States. Received information is subject to Google's Privacy Policy.

Last updated:
August 2019