Cookie practices of Tyosuojelu.fi
What are cookies and what information do they collect?
A cookie is a text file that is stored on your browser when you use a website. A cookie collects information about your visit to the site.
Some cookies are necessary, and Tyosuojelu.fi website needs them to function as intended. There are also cookies that collect information that Occupational Safety and Health Administrationuses to analyse the use of Tyosuojelu.fi website, collect statistics and develop the pages and their content.
This information include the network request made by the user, date and time of the request, the IP address of the user’s terminal device and the type and language of the browser.
Cookies may also be placed on your browser by third parties whose content is embedded in our website.
Some cookies are necessary to ensure that Tyosuojelu.fi website functions properly. Necessary cookies are used, for example, for functionalities where the user makes selections, such as the news archive.
Necessary cookies are stored automatically, without your separate consent, on your browser when you use Tyosuojelu.fi website. Necessary cookies are stored on your browser for up to one year.
Statistical cookies used to collect user and analytical information
These cookies collect information about the use of our website to help us to gain better understanding. We improve the site based on this information.
We request your consent for the use of statistical cookies when you arrive on Tyosuojelu.fi site. You can adjust these settings later.
Statistical cookies collect for example the following information:
- number of visitors on the site and on a certain page
- the terminal device used to access the site
- the user's IP address
- the source from where users accessed the site (a search engine, a direct link, etc.)
- how long does the visit to the website last.
We use Google Analytics software to monitor the visitor statistics on Tyosuojelu.fi site. Occupational Safety and Health Administration uses the information collected by these cookies to analyse the use of the site and for statistical purposes. This information is in a format that cannot be linked to a specific person. In addition, Occupational Safety and Health Administration does not have access to the IP address information collected by the cookies.
Depending on the type of cookie, the cookies are stored on your browser for the duration of the visit or for up to two years.
Some pages of Tyosuojelu.fi website use third-party applications to display content. These include, for example, embedded YouTube videos and ZEF surveys. In connection with a page download, these applications can place cookies on the user's browser that share information with third parties.
The terms and conditions of use of the third party are applied to third-party applications. The function of these cookies cannot be adjusted with the cookie settings of Tyosuojelu.fi website.
With regard to YouTube videos, Tyosuojelu.fi website uses a no-cookie solution to prevent third-party cookies when the user accesses a page on Tyosuojelu.fi website where a video is embedded. Regardless, user information is transferred to the YouTube service if the user reacts to the embedded video by clicking it, for example.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration accumulates statistical data on the visitors to develop Tyosuojelu.fi website. This data consists of for example i.e. visitor numbers, times, most popular pages and browser and operating systems. The data is not individualized in the statistics and not made available to a third party.
Visitor data is collected in the online service as part of the monitoring of the implementation of the regulation establishing a single digital gateway (EU) 2018/1724. In addition to the page URL, the pages connected to the digital gateway collect the number of visitors, their country, and the terminal device used. The data are collected anonymously and cannot be used to identify the user. The data will only be available to the European Commission, national coordinators mentioned in the regulation and the OSH Administration. The data collected are stored in the EU Commission's repository for a maximum period of three years, after which they are automatically deleted.