Privacy policy

1. Registry administrator

Name: Uskalla Auttaa Oy

Business ID: 2748010-4

Address: Annentie 5

Postal code: 01680

Postal address: Vantaa

Phone number: 010 2745270

E-mail address:

2. The person responsible for the register

Name: Jari Kouvalainen

The company: Uskalla Auttaa Oy

Business ID: 2748010-4

Address: Annentie 5

Postal code: 01680

Postal address: Vantaa

Phone number: 010 2745270

E-mail address:

3. Name of the register

Uskalla Auttaa Oy´s customer register

4. Purpose of the register 

Personal data is processed for the following purposes:

  • providing, developing and monitoring the services of Uskalla Auttaa Oy and providing customer service.
  • Customer relationship management and development.
  • Implementing customer relationship communication and marketing.
  • For marketing purposes and to facilitate your transactions.
  • Fulfilling obligations under the law and regulations.

5. Grounds for data collection and processing

Customer data is collected and processed with the customer's consent, for the performance of a contract with the customer or in order to comply with Uskalla Auttaa Oy legal or regulatory obligations.

6. Data content of the register

  • Name
  • Phone number
  • Email
  • Address (street address, postcode, city)
  • Company
  • Business ID
  • Billing address
  • Contact name, email, phone number
  • Personal identification number (only if required by the authorities)
  • Course groups and other similar information
  • Purchasing transactions, registrations and other transactional information across channels
  • Information on marketing authorisations
  • Data collected on the completion of courses (e.g. course progress, answers, certificates of course completion)
  • Information necessary for purchase transactions (e.g. payment method, delivery method)

7. Data retention period

Personal data is kept for as long as it is necessary for the performance of a contract with a customer, for the development of customer service, for accounting or other compulsory legal or regulatory purposes.

8. Regular sources of information 

The register collects information related to the customer:

  • When registering for the training
  • When using the services
  • In connection with customer service
  • Direct from the customer
  • From public registers and data sources

9. Regular disclosures and transfers of data outside the EU or the European Economic Area 

Customer information will not be disclosed or transferred outside the parties involved in the production of Uskalla Auttaa Oy services without a legal basis. 

Some of the third party service or software providers used by Uskalla Auttaa Oy may store information outside the EU or the European Economic Area.

10. Protection of the register

The security of the processing of personal data is ensured by appropriate technical and administrative measures. Personal data are protected against unauthorised access and unlawful or accidental processing. Access to the data is restricted to those persons employed by the controller who need the data for the performance of their tasks.

11. Right of inspection

Customers have the right to check what information about them is stored in the customer register of Uskalla Auttaa Oy . The request for verification must be made in writing and signed and addressed to the controller. In the request for inspection, the customer must provide the basic customer information necessary for the search.

The right of inspection is free of charge up to once a year.

The data subject has the right to request the rectification or erasure of inaccurate or outdated data or the transfer of data from one system to another. They also have the right to restrict or object to the processing of their data in accordance with Articles 18 and 21 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

Data subjects have the right to withdraw their consent to the processing of their personal data or to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority about the processing of their personal data.

Data subjects also have the right to deny to the use of their data for direct marketing purposes.

12. Cookies 

We may collect information about the user's device through cookies and other similar technologies, such as the browser's local data store.

A cookie is a small text file that the browser stores on the user's terminal. Cookies often contain an anonymous, unique identifier that allows us to identify and count the browsers visiting the site. Cookies also allow us to collect information about how and when our services are used, such as the page from which the user accessed the service, when and which pages of our site the user browsed, the browser the user is using, the user's screen resolution and operating system, and the IP address and serial number, if any, of the user's terminal equipment. Cookies also allow, for example, the use of a shopping cart and the ability to avoid having to re-enter usernames, passwords and personalisation choices each time a user chooses to do so.

Cookies do not move around online by themselves, but are only placed on the user's terminal device with the website the user is visiting. Only the server that sent the cookie can subsequently read and use the cookie. Cookies or other technologies do not harm the user's terminal equipment or files, nor can cookies be used to run programs or spread viruses.

The user cannot be identified by cookies or other technologies alone, and our site cannot know, for example, the user's email address unless the user provides it. Subject to privacy legislation and our privacy policy, information obtained through cookies and other similar technologies may be linked to any information obtained from the user in other contexts.

12.1 Use of cookies

The purpose of using cookies and similar technologies is to enable us to provide and analyse our services and to further develop our services to better serve our users. In addition, we may use cookies and similar technologies to statistically monitor the number of visitors to our services and to measure the effectiveness of advertising. For example, we may collect information from marketing emails and newsletters to determine whether messages have been opened and whether they have resulted in a visit to our website. 

12.2 Third party cookies

The use of some third-party cookies on our site is based on your explicit consent. By clicking on a button in a separate pop-up window, you agree to the use of third party cookies when you first arrive on our site.

Our websites can also be used without your consent to the use of cookies. If you have not given your consent to the use of cookies, our site will only use cookies that are necessary, for example, to enable the technical functioning of the site or to ensure data security.

13. Further information

Uskalla Auttaa Oy reserves the right to update and amend this Privacy Policy. Changes may or may not be notified to the customer.