Data protection officer

Sanjica Koščak Ćosić, mag.iur.

Tel: 01/6504-159, mob: 091/3411-412






The protection of your privacy during the use of our website ( is of a high priority to us. We wish to inform you in detail on the processing and protection of your personal data. The company BRODARSKI INSTITUTE Ltd., headquartered in Zagreb, Avenue Većeslava Holjevca 20, is responsible for the protection of data given at this website. While using and processing personal data it strictly adheres to the provisions of the European and national data protection regulations in force. The company BRODARSKI INSTITUTE Ltd. holds the right to use personal and anonymous data to the legally permitted extent, respecting the restrictions concerning the below listed legal rights of the data subjects.

This Statement on the Protection of Personal Data refers solely to the website, and not to any other websites managed and controlled by third parties.

  1. Data safety

For the purpose of your personal data protection the company BRODARSKI INSTITUTE Ltd. has implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures which, among other things, protect your data against loss, manipulation, or unauthorised access. The implemented measures are regularly checked and continuously adjusted to up-to-date technology requirements. In case of violation of your personal data which may pose a high risk to your rights and freedoms, we will report you about that as required by relevant regulations in force.

Please note that in order to ensure appropriate protection of your personal data, in addition to the measures for protection and security of personal data that we have implemented, it is necessary that you also take adequate care of secure storage of the data that have been delivered to you.

  1. Collecting and processing of personal data

a) Data supplied by you

We process personal data exclusively in accordance with the data protection regulations in force. When you communicate with us or enter your personal data in any of the e-forms at our website you thereby acknowledge that the data you have given in a particular e-form will be processed for the purposes listed and described below.

b) Data we have collected

When you visit our website, cookies automatically collect personal data. In order to get informed how we use cookies, please read here about our cookie policy.

  1. For which purpose are your personal data being processed?

The company BRODARSKI INSTITUTE Ltd. from Zagreb processes personal data given under item 2 for the following purposes:

– for better functioning of all features of the website and for providing better user experience,

– for keeping records of arrival of customers to BRODARSKI INSTITUTE Ltd.

-for video surveillance for the purpose of protection of persons and property,

– for replying to requests to data access,

– for employment.

  1. Cookies

In order to ensure proper operation of this website, we store small text files known as cookies on your devices.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your computers or mobile devices when you visit a particular website. Using cookies the website remembers your actions and desired settings (such as user name, language, font size, and other desired settings related to display).

How do we use cookies?

At this website, we use cookies that are essential for proper display. You can delete or block these cookies, but if you do, some features of that site may not work as intended.

Personal data

The information associated with cookies is not used for your identification, and the data on browsing habits are solely under our control. We do not use cookies for any purpose other than those here described.

How are cookies controlled?

You may control and/or delete cookies as desired. You can delete all cookies that are already stored on your device, and the settings of most browsers allow you to block the storage of cookies. If you do so, you may have to manually adjust some desired settings each time you visit the website, and certain services and features may not be available.

  1. Pertaining rights

You have the following rights relating to personal data processing:

The right to personal data access

You may request whether your personal data are being processed and to what extent.

The right to request correction

In case that we are processing your personal data which are being incomplete or inaccurate, at any time, you may request their correction and/or amending.

The right to erasure

You may request erasure of your personal data if the purpose they were collected for has ceased to exist, if unauthorised processing is concerned, or if the processing disproportionately infringes on your protected legal interests. However, you must be aware of the possible existence of other reasons which might be contrary to irreversible erasure of your data, for instance legally defined data storage obligations, pending proceedings, establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims, etc.

The right to data processing restriction

In case that we are processing your personal data which are being incomplete or inaccurate, at any time, you may request their correction and/or amending.

You have the right to request restriction of your personal data processing:

– if you dispute the accuracy of the data, you may request restriction of your data processing during the period of time which allows us to verify the accuracy of the data,

– if the processing of your data is unlawful, but you have refused their erasure and instead request a restriction on the use of the data,

– if we do not need the data for the intended purpose any longer, and you still need them for establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims, or

– if you have submitted an objection to the data processing

The right to data transfer

Data you have provided to us and which we process based on your consent or for contract implementation, and which are processed in automated way, will be submitted to you at your request in a structured, customised, and machine readable format. If technically feasible, we can transfer them to other processing controller, depending on your request.

The right to object to processing of your data

If we process your data for the performance of tasks carried out in the public interest, or in exercise of official authority, or if the processing is based on the needs of our legitimate interests, you may submit an objection to the processing of data if there is a stronger interest in protecting your data.

The right to complaint

If you consider that during the processing of your data we have breached the regulations on personal data protection, and have in this way caused the violation of your interests, rights, or freedoms, please contact us so that we may clarify any matters concerned.

You may realise all the above rights directly at BRODARSKI INSTITUTE Ltd., by sending an electronic mail message to the following e-mail address:

Besides contacting us directly, you can also submit your objection or complaint to the supervisory authority for personal data protection in the Republic of Croatia – the Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency.