Terra Life AS is an independent company registered in the Norwegian Trade Register in the field of education, personal development and development of organizations. We offer development programs, trainings, coaching, workshops, and support for meetings and other change processes, either on behalf of clients or on our own. This privacy policy describes how Terra Life processes personal data in connection with our services and when you visit our website.

Data protection is a fundamental right and means the right to privacy and the right to decide about one’s own personal data. Personal data is information and assessments that can be associated with a natural person, such as name, home address and email address. Processing of personal data includes collection, storage, compilation and disclosure. Personal data is regulated by the Personal Data Act, which transposes the EU Data Protection Directive GDPR into Norwegian law following the amendment of the Act.

The Act also sets requirements for security in the processing of personal data, including requirements for confidentiality and integrity of data. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority monitors the Act.


The person responsible for compliance with the data protection legislation is referred to in the legislation as the data controller. The data controller is defined in the Act as the person who determines the purpose of the processing of personal data and the means to be used. At Terra Life, this is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Lars-Hilmar Steinberg, email .



Terra Life processes personal data when we receive contact information from customers and suppliers and when you visit our website. If you are one of our customers, we store your contact information (name, postal address, telephone number and email address) and guarantee the confidentiality of all customer information, except in cases where the customer himself or herself clearly and actively decides not to remain anonymous. If a customer believes that we have handled personal data in breach of the regulations, he or she may lodge a complaint with the data protection authority.



Terra Life AS processes personal data in the context of personnel administration. The personal data processed is mainly personal data, salary details, appraisals, education, employment status and information about relatives. Terra Life keeps records of processing activities, in accordance with Article 30 of the GDPR.

Personal data related to human resources management will be retained for as long as the individual is employed by Terra Life. Personal data of applicants for a position will be deleted after the recruitment process has been completed. If we wish to retain the applicant’s CV for subsequent recruitment, we will obtain written consent to do so, as set out in Article 6, first paragraph, point (a) of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Terra Life uses email and telephone in the course of its daily work. Terra Life employees use email for general dialogue with internal and external contacts. Individuals are responsible for deleting messages that are no longer relevant and for reviewing and deleting unnecessary content in their email inbox at least every six months. Upon resignation, email accounts are deleted, but some relevant emails are normally shared with colleagues in accordance with applicable regulations. The Chairman of the Board and Terra Life staff have an overview of recent calls on their mobile phones.



Operation and maintenance of the Terra Life AS website is provided externally by One.Com, Drottninggatan 29, 104 20 Stockholm, Sweden. There is an option to contact the Swedish Data Protection Authority. One.Com’s privacy policy can be found at:

Terra Life is committed to ensuring that our websites are as reliable as possible for the general public. The data collected on our websites is stored on the servers of our hosting company. This may include IP addresses, contact forms, meta and communication data, contract data, contact details, names, website visits and other data generated via the websites. The purpose of external hosting is to provide our services with the assistance of a professional operator and to comply with our obligations to our customers and applicable legislation. Where this involves the use of cookies and access to information on users’ devices, this is only done with the consent of users. This consent can be withdrawn at any time. Our host(s) will only process your data to the extent necessary to fulfil the host(s)’ obligations, based on our policies regarding such data and based on applicable law.



If you send us an enquiry via our contact form, the data you submit, including your contact details, will be stored by us in order to process and respond to your enquiry. We do not pass this data on to third parties without your consent.

The storage and processing of the data you provide to us is based on existing GDPR legislation. This processing is based on a legitimate interest on our part to respond to your request efficiently or on the basis of your consent. You can withdraw this consent at any time.

We retain this contact data until you request us to delete it, revoke your consent or the purpose of the storage no longer applies, e.g. when the enquiry has been answered. The statutory provisions, including retention periods, are observed.



We use web-based conference tools, among others, to communicate with our customers. If you communicate with us via audio or video conferencing, your data (e-mail, telephone number) is passed on to the provider of the conference service. In addition, we process and store data about the start and end of the conference, the number of participants and other metadata in the context of the conference. Furthermore, the provider processes all data that are necessary to be able to organise the conference. This includes in particular IP addresses, MAC addresses, hardware IDs, hardware types, operating system types and versions, client version, camera, speaker and microphone type as well as the quality of the connection. When content is shared, uploaded or otherwise made available, it is stored on the provider’s servers. This includes, in particular, cloud recordings, chat and instant messages, voice messages, uploaded documents, photos, videos, whiteboards and other content exchanged while using the service.

Please note that we do not have complete control over the data management of the services used. We use Zoom as our conferencing service. The provider is:

Zoom Communications Inc San Jose
55 Almaden Boulevard, 6th Floor,
San Jose, CA 95113, USA.

For more information on how the provider handles your data, please see their privacy policy:

Data transfer to the USA is supported by the EU standard contractual clauses. Details can be found here:



Terra Life only stores personal data for as long as is necessary for the purpose or to comply with certain legal requirements. This means that the retention period may vary for different types of data. We store personal data about customers in accordance with applicable data protection laws.

If you contact us with a legitimate request to delete your data or withdraw your consent, your data will be deleted unless we have other legal reasons to store your personal data (e.g. tax law or accounting deadlines). In the latter case, your data will be deleted when the reason for storing it no longer applies.



The Norwegian Accounting Act requires us to keep invoice information for at least 5 years.



We need to keep your contact details for as long as you are a customer with us (and for some time afterwards, also to be able to provide you with the best possible service if you decide to return to us), while shorter retention periods are required for other types of information (e.g. emails).

When processing offers and projects, personal data is stored in folders under the respective projects. Only those staff members working on the respective project have access to the information about individuals.



The processing of personal data by Terra Life is governed by the Personal Data Act and updated in accordance with the legislative amendment implementing the GDPR. Anyone making a request has the right to know what information Terra Life holds about the individual and what type of processing of personal data Terra Life undertakes, as well as to receive basic information about such processing.

Where we process personal data by automated means, the right of access also includes information about the nature of such automated processing.

Those who are registered in Terra Life’s systems have the right to access their own data and the right to request that inaccurate, incomplete or deficient data be corrected, deleted or completed.



If you have any questions about the Privacy Policy or our use of personal data, cookies or similar technologies, you can contact us at the email address . You can also use the following contact information:

Terra Life AS
Ullerhaugen 19
NO-2100 Skarnes

This privacy policy was last updated on 3 August 2023.