SPINREACT, as a data controller, guarantees an appropriate and consistent level of protection of natural persons as regards their personal data subject to processing by the company, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (2016/679).
SPINREACT only processes personal data responsibly and honestly, and in accordance with the legal basis that allows it to be lawfully processed. Moreover, it has taken the relevant security measures that are appropriate to the objectively identified and assessed risks to the rights and freedoms of the persons concerned, which the processing carried out by our company could give rise.
Below, there is additional and extended information regarding the specific processing activities carried out by SPINREACT through its website:
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON DATA PROTECTION
Postal address Ctra. Sta. Coloma, 7, 17176 St. Esteve de Bas
E-mail: [email protected]
Purpose of the data processing and retention
SPINREACT will process your personal data:
Once the purpose for which the processing of your data was carried out is complete, the data will be destroyed, and only that necessary to deal with claims or comply with applicable regulations will be retained.
Legitimacy for the processing
The legal basis that authorises us to process your data is the consent that you provide at the time you contact us online, both for informative communications and for sending your CV or personal information relating to a job vacancy. We also have legitimacy to send you commercial communications in accordance with the legitimate interest.
Your data will not be communicated to third parties, except the parent company for internal administrative management and in case of legal obligation.
Rights of the person concerned
As a user of www.spinreact.com, you have the right to:
To be able to exercise your rights you should contact us and attach a copy of your personal identification through our email address [email protected]. If you consider that your data protection rights have been violated, you can make a claim before the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es).