Privacy Statement


The "Social Fund for Removals, Furniture Storage and Associated Activities" was set up by the Joint Committee for Transport (P.C. 140.00), in application of the law of 7 January 1958 on social security funds.

The articles of association and objectives of the Social Fund are set out in the collective labour agreement of 10 November 2010 concluded in the Joint Committee for Transport and Logistics amending the collective labour agreement of 25 January 1985 amending the articles of association of the "Social Fund for removals, furniture storage and related activities".

The purpose of the Fund is to regulate and insure:

  1. the granting and payment of supplementary social benefits to the workers referred to in Article 4, point 1, holders of a removal card P referred to in Article 16 of its statutes;
  2. the collection and recovery of contributions from the employers referred to in Article 4(2), in accordance with the provisions of Articles 24 and 25 of its Statutes.

The Fund may also intervene in any matter relating to the professional and social training of drivers, packers and removers.

Within the framework of its objectives and its legal mission, the Social Fund processes personal data in accordance with this privacy statement. For further information, questions or comments on its privacy policy, please contact the headquarters of the Social Fund, Stroobantsstraat 48 A, 1140 Evere. Telephone : 02/240.45.70 - Email : - Website :

Processing purposes

The Social Fund obtains and processes the personal data of female and male workers employed by removal companies registered with the National Social Security Office (ONSS) under reference number 084. These personal data come directly from the National Register and from the Crossroads Bank for Social Security (KSZ). They are exclusively used within the framework of the missions entrusted to the Social Fund by the collective labour agreements concluded within the P.C. 140.00. The list of these collective labour agreements can be found on the Social Fund website.



Legal basis(s) for the processing

Personal data is processed on the basis of Article 6.1. of the General Data Protection Regulation, specifically: (c) necessary to comply with a legal obligation and (f) necessary for the pursuit of legitimate interests).

What personal data of workers does the Social Fund process?

  1. Their personal data from the National and Bis Register (name, address, ...).
  2. Their contact information.
  3. Special events relating to their affiliation to the Social Fund (such as joining, leaving, disbursements);
  4. Their career data (DmfA declaration).

Transfer to third parties

Because this is necessary for the realisation of the objectives set out above, the personal data of the above-mentioned employees will be processed by other companies within the European Economic Area, with which the Social Fund has concluded a processing agreement in accordance with Article 28 of the General Data Protection Regulation.

The Social Fund guarantees that these recipients have taken the necessary technical and organisational measures to protect their personal data.

Storage period

The personal data processed by the Social Fund will be kept for the period necessary to comply with legal requirements (including those relating to social security legislation, labour law, pension law, accounting, etc.).

Right of access, rectification, erasure, restriction, objection and portability of personal data

The workers may at any time inspect their personal data and have them corrected if they are incorrect or incomplete, have them deleted, restrict their processing and object to the processing of their personal data on the basis of article 6.1 (e) or (f), including profiling on the basis of those provisions.

Furthermore, the workers have the right to obtain a copy (in a structured, accessible and machine-readable form) of their personal data and to have the personal data transferred to another (legal) person.

In order to exercise the above rights, you are requested to send an e-mail or letter to the Social Fund. See contact details above.

Direct Marketing

The workers have the right to oppose, free of charge, any processing of their personal data for the purpose of direct marketing.


The workers have the right to lodge a complaint with the Commission for the Protection of Privacy (rue du Peinture 35, 1000 Brussels).