Privacy


Privacy Policy

Mipot S.p.A. (Mipot) located in Via Corona, 5 in Cormons hereby wishes to explain why and how it collects, processes and protects your personal data. This could be your name, postal address, e-mail address or any other information specified below and defined as “personal data” in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which you choose to share in the course of our interaction.

Mipot collects specific categories of personal data for the purposes listed below

Supply of products and services

Contact persons, contact details (for example: address, e-mail address, telephone numbers), tax identification (tax code for employees or VAT registration number), data related to credits and debits.

Purchase of goods and services

Contact persons, contact details (for example: address, e-mail address, telephone numbers), tax identification (tax code for employees or VAT registration number), data related to credits and debits.

Work report management

Name and surname, contact details, (e-mail address, telephone numbers), personal data, educational qualifications, tax code of the employee and members of the family unit, registers/attendance sheets, training registers, medical certificates and data related to the workers’ health, data of possible injury reports.

Selection for possible recruitment

Name and surname, contact details (e-mail address, telephone numbers), personal data, educational qualification, professional skills.

Why we collect your personal data:

Supply for products and services

Necessary for the supply of products and services and legitimate interest (necessary to be able to contact customers to manage the requested supplies). It is also legitimate interest to promote one’s own products and services.

Purchase of goods and services

Necessary for the purchase of goods and services and legitimate interest (necessary to be able to contact suppliers to manage required supplies). It is also legitimate interest to seek suppliers to stock products and services.

Work relationship management

Necessary for the execution of contractual obligations, necessary for the obligations arising from labour law, safety legislation, taxation and social security, legal obligations (for example: payment of taxes on wages, etc.), legitimate interest (it is in Mipot’s interest to efficiently and effectively manage its staff and to ensure compliance with legal obligations and to organize productive activity).

Selection for possible recruitment

It is legitimate interest of Mipot to seek the best professional profiles that can be employed at Mipot.

Categories of recipients

We have an obligation to communicate to third parties many types of data processing. These third parties are not responsible for processing on our behalf.

The categories of such recipients include:

  • Tax authorities (for example: Revenue Office)
  • Entities and law enforcement authorities
  • Authorities and/or health and safety professionals
  • Banking institutions
  • Audit companies and accounting control
  • Public entities
  • Credit collection companies
  • Credit insurance companies
  • Controlling companies
  • Suppliers (current and potential)
  • Customers (current and potential)
  • Unions
  • Funds or even private pension and assistance funds
  • Quality certification body

Transfer of data abroad

Mipot does not transfer data outside the EU/EEA.

Data retention

Mipot retains personal data for a certain period of time which is based on the principle of “as long as it is necessary” and includes the following requirements:

  • Obligations of law / regulation
  • Contractual obligations
  • On a case by case basis, data may be retained longer if necessary for real or potential legal actions or for the protection of legitimate interests of Mipot S.p.A.
  • The conservation policy is available at the request of the interested party.

Your rights

For processing activities for which consent to the processing of your data is required, you will have the right to revoke this consensus at any time.

For processing activities that are based on legal or contractual obligations, you may request that your data be not processed for this purpose. However, this is not an absolute right and legal obligations could prevail. In other cases, requesting that data be not processed for a particular purpose may prevent us from concluding and agreement, supplying products or rendering a service.

You will have the right to request the following:

  • Access: - A copy of the data in our possession concerning you.
  • Correction - That any error in the data in our possession concerning you be correct.
  • Cancellation - That the data in our possession concerning you be deleted, unless there is a legal obligation to keep it.
  • Treatment limitation - The fact that we avoid processing data for a specific purpose.
  • Mode - The way and the figures that deal with data concerning you.
  • You will have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority if the way we process your personal data harm your rights.

Information security

Mipot maintains appropriate technical means to protect processed personal data from loss, theft, abuse or other unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction.

Changes to this Privacy Notice

Mipot reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy when necessary.

In case of changes to this Policy, the effective date will be updated and we will invite you to review the Privacy Policy each time you visit the website, to stay informed about our privacy practice.

Effective date: 24/05/2018

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