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Datenschutzerklärung


This Privacy Policy aims to publicize the way in which we collect, process and protect the personal data that is provided through our website or blog (hereinafter Website) and freely decide if you want us to treat them.

Website:
BENIMAR OCARSA, S.A.
CIF / NIF
ESA-12234597
Postanschrift
CN-340a, km 1041, 12580 Peñíscola (Castellón/Castelló) España.
Telefon
(+34) 964 47 15 58
E-mail:
info@benimar.es
Webseite
http://www.benimar.com.es
Registrierungsdaten

COMPANIES REGISTER INFORMATION: Companies Register of CASTELLÓN, Volume 1361, Book 924, Folio 223, Section 8, Sheet CS 595

Processing of personal data

The personal data you have provided will be treated confidentially and will be incorporated into the corresponding treatment activity by our entity.

We request those essential data to meet your request, invoice if you make a purchase or contract or maintain the relationship with you if you request it or when we are forced for providing services and / or servicing your purchases on this website.

Purpose

Your personal data will be processed for the sole purpose of fulfilling your requests.

We do not send advertising without the prior consent of the user.

Legitimation

The treatment of your data is carried out following bases below:

  • The request for information, request for employment and / or contracting our services and / or purchase of products.
  • Free, specific, informed and unequivocal consent, as we inform you of this privacy policy, can be accepted by checking the boxes provided for this purpose.

You can change your mind at any time and withdraw your consent.

Security measures

Our company has implemented all the necessary technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data processed, avoiding its loss, theft or unauthorized use.

We verify these measures periodically for compliance with its specific regulations.

Data retention

The personal data provided will be kept the time needed to fulfill the purpose for which it were collected and to determine the possible responsibilities that may arise from its purpose.

For job applications, they will be kept for a maximum period of 1 year or until the interested party asks us to delete their data.

Rights of the interested parties

You have the right to know if our company is treating your personal data; therefore, you have the right to access your data, rectify them if they are inaccurate or request their deletion when the data is no longer necessary.

You can also exercise your right of limitation or portability. You can do so in writing to our company by email to rgpd@benimar.es and attaching a copy of your ID to identify you.

If you have any suggestions or questions about the way we process your data, you can contact our data protection consultants here.

If you think your rights have been violated, you can send a claim to the Spanish Agency for Data Protection, C / Jorge Juan, 6, 28001 Madrid or at www.aepd.es.

Profile elaboration

We do not create profiles using your personal data, but if we were to do so, you would be informed and requested permission to do so.

Likewise, you have the right to object to this kind of treatment at any time.

Data transfer

Your personal data will not be transferred to other countries or third parties except in cases where there is a legal obligation.

In case of purchasing our products or contracting our services, your personal data may be transferred to those entities necessary to deliver the products purchased or to properly provide you with our services.

Our bank will know your data for charging the products or servicesbought, as well as those responsible for the treatment necessary for the execution of contracts and / or purchases.

In case of datavtransfers to other entities or to other countries, we will inform you and request your prior consent.

Corporate Commitment to Data Protection

Application area

This Code of Conduct will be mandatory for all departments, employees of our entity and those who act on our behalf.

Object

We have established protocols for processing the personal data, in accordance with the provisions of Spanish and European data protection regulations, so that their confidentiality is guaranteed always.

Principles

Legality, Loyalty, Transparency, Minimization of data, Accuracy, Limitation of the retention period, Integrity, Confidentiality and Active Responsibility.

Special category of data

The processing of personal data that reveals ethnic or racial origin, opinions, policies, religious or philosophical convictions, or union affiliation, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data, health-related data or data relating to the sexual orientation of a natural person, is forbidden except for the exceptions legally authorized and with the prior consent.

Rights of the interested parties

The interested parties will enjoy the rights of access to their personal data, as well as to rectify them when they are inaccurate, delete them when they are no longer necessary or do not want their treatment, limit them to certain treatments, have the possibility of receiving their data easily and in structured and commonly used formats of the person in charge, as well as that their data be used for the elaboration of profiles and oppose the treatment at any time.

Activity Log, Impact Assessment and Security Measures

Our company will keep record of treatment activities where the most important information is reflected and will analyze the purposes of the treatment, categories of data subjects and recipients, international transfers, conservation periods, etc., to assess the risks of treatment and implement the necessary security measures to safeguard personal data under the principles of confidentiality and secrecy. Likewise, we have analyzed the need to appoint a Data Protection Officer, establishing, if necessary, that the person designated for this position will comply with sufficient knowledge and experience, in accordance with the provisions of current regulations.

Control

We have hired the services of an external consultant, to carry out a periodic audit to assess compliance with this commitment and all legal obligations in this area.

Updated June 5, 2020