Principles of data processing
All personal data processed by Olitrem comply with the general data processing principles of the RGPD, namely:
- Principle of lawfulness, loyalty and transparency
- Principle of limitation of purpose
- Principle of data minimization
- Principle of Accuracy
- Principle of conservation
- Principle of integrity and confidentiality
Type of personal data
We collect some personal data such as your name, email, NIF (company), contact, account data, security credential data, etc. We only collect the necessary data for compliance with legal, contractual, commercial and communication obligations in the scope of services provided. In case of being a potential customer, the data we collect will be restricted to the scope of the services rendered, and the disclosure of marketing actions relevant to a potential commercial relationship. The data collected in the case of applications for human resources, will be only those that have sent us or passed on the same.
Olitrem uses various forms of data collection, depending on the existing partnership and consent. If you are a customer or supplier, the data collection can be held directly through one of your company members, through contacts at industry fairs and common business relationships. If you are a potential customer or supplier, the data collection can be done directly through members of your company, through a contact form on this website, or through industry fairs. We also process personal data in the case of spontaneous applications, through the forms created for this purpose or your initiative in sending us the application.
Purpose of the use of personal data
All data targeted by Olitrem have specific and legitimate purposes, such as:
- Accounting and billing effects
- Business activity and marketing
- Management of access to the private area of the site
- Human resource Management
- Compliance with legal obligations
- Management of electronic communications
Sources of Lawfulness
Olitrem will only treat your data when there is a basis of lawfulness for its treatment, such as:
- Execution of contract / commercial obligations
- Compliance with legal obligations
- Defense of the interests of the data subject
- Legitimate interest
Sharing the Data
Olitrem will not transmit its data to third parties, except when legally or judicially required, or in the case of need of subcontracting always with the safeguarding of its security and privacy expressed contractually with the subcontractor under the GDPR. In the case of applications, we collect the data for the purpose of verifying your skills for eventual recruitment. The data collected may be shared within the companies of the Olitrem group.
Data safety and retention time
All data collected by Olitrem will be treated and stored safely and will be protected by the security measures implemented by the company and in accordance with the legislation in force. We warn you that any information that you send us online, despite the security measures implemented, is at risk of being intercepted by third parties, so giving this information does so at your own risk.
We will keep your data for the period stipulated by law until the purpose of treatment is exhausted, or even withdraw your consent for treatment.
Data holder rights
The data owner may exercise at any time the rights provided for in article 15 of the GDPR:
- obtain confirmation from the responsable for treatment that his or her Personal Data is being processed and, if it is the case, the right to access it;
- require details of the purposes of processing, the categories of personal data, recipients or categories of recipients to which the Personal Data has been or will be communicated and, when possible, the storage period;
- require the rectification, erasure or limitation of the processing of Personal Data concerning you;
- oppose treatment;
- withdraw their consent to the treatment: withdrawal of consent does not compromise the lawfulness of the treatment effected on the basis of the consent previously given;
- right to portability of Personal Data;
- complaint to a supervisory authority.
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