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Privacy Policy & Use of Cookies

This privacy policy applies to the websites of Hatteland Gruppen. Hatteland Gruppen is responsible for handling privacy information on the following websites:, and Separate privacy polices applies to any other products and services supplied by Hatteland Gruppen. Please contact us for more information about these.

Signing up for seminars, courses and meetings

On the website you can sign up to courses/seminars by providing us with your name, contact information, and employer. In addition, we might ask you to provide information on any allergies and accessibility needs. This information is used to register your participation, send you relevant information, compile lists of participants and, if applicable, bill for conference costs. If you agree, this information can also be used to inform you of courses and seminars in the future.

The information is stored and handled by employees of Hatteland Gruppen and by the company’s approved partners.

Web analytics and cookies

As an important part of making a user friendly website, we analyse the usage pattern of website visitors. We use Google Analytics, Hubspot and Hotjar for this purpose.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics uses cookies (small text files the website stores on the user’s computer), which registers the user’s IP-address and provides information on the user’s movements online.

Examples of what these statistics helps us understand are: how many visitors visit different sites, for how long they stay at a site, what websites they came from, and which browser they use.

None of the cookies lets us connect your web usage information to you as an individual.

The information collected by Google Analytics is stored on Google’s servers in the USA. Collected information is subject to Google’s guidelines on privacy

An IP-address is defined as personal information because it can be traced back to a distinct computer, and therefore an individual. Hatteland uses Google Analytics’ tracking code, which anonymises the IP-address before the information is stored and processed by Google. This means that the stored IP-address cannot be used to identify an individual user.


Hotjar is used for analysis of user trends and web usage, and for feedback from users of the website. The website contains a tracking code which connects to Hotjar’s servers, which run a script against your computer or device. This script will register information concerning your use of the website. The information is then sent to Hotjar’s servers for analysis. Hotjar collects information like your IP-address, your screen resolution, which browser you use, mouse movements, what website you’re visiting, language settings, etc. Hotjar also uses cookies to store information that doesn’t contain personal information. The information collected by Hotjar are stored on Hotjar’s servers in Ireland (EU). Collected information is subject to Hotjar’s privacy policy, found here.


On the website we use ( for targeted advertising. To reach intended target groups, processes data that may contain personal information like email-address, IP-address and user activity on the website. These data are anonymised or pseudonymised in such a way that they cannot be traced back you you as an individual.If you visit the website or sign up for the newsletter, we can log your use of the website and store cookies on your computer to recognise your web browser.This information can be tied to a unique identifier, enabling us to reach you with targeted advertising on other websites. For more information on and privacy, see:


A list of visitors is stored electronically for a maximum of 2 years after the visit.

Video surveillance

Video surveillance equipment is installed to monitor some of the company’s property. These areas are clearly marked.

Employee information

Hatteland processes the personal information of its employees to handle salary and personnel responsibilities. This conduct is regulated by the Personal Data Act § 8, first paragraph and § 8 a), b) or f) and § 9 a), b) og f). Compliance is the responsibility of the CEO and Jakob Hatteland Group Management AS. Necessary information for payment of salary, for example basic tax information, pay scale, timesheets, tax bracket, tax municipality and union membership.In addition, we register information connected to access control when entering or leaving.Deletion routines for personal information comply with the Norwegian Accounting Act and the Law on Archives. Information about names, position and area of work are considered public information, and may be published on the companies’ websites.


As a user of our websites, you have a right to demand insight into what personal information about you we may have stored, and how this information is handled. You can demand deletion and limits to how this information is handled, in accordance with the Personal Data Act.In cases where handling of personal information is based on your consent, you may withdraw that consent at any time.

Data Protection Officer

Hatteland Gruppen has created the role of Data Protection Officer, whose job it is to ensure the privacy interests of both employees and customers of Hatteland Gruppen. This arrangement is facilitated and managed by the Norwegian Data Protection Authority.The Data Protection Officer can assist individuals whose personal information is registered with us, with safeguarding their rights.You can contact our Data Protection Officer at: