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Terms and conditions
The use of this website is governed by these Terms and Conditions of use.
WATGRID SA has made every possible effort to ensure the accuracy of all the information contained on this website. Notwithstanding our commitment to provide accurate and updated information, this website should not be considered a strict reflection of everything offered by WATGRID SA
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It is forbidden to adapt, modify or recreate any of the information or materials that appear on this website or to utilise them for any purpose that is not strictly personal and not-for-profit. The user also accepts to access and use the website only for lawful purposes.
Due to the inherent nature of the internet, errors, interruptions and delays may occur in the service at any time. Accordingly, this website is provided without any warranties of any kind and WATGRID SA does not accept any liability arising from any interruption to the website whatsoever.
Privacy (transparency) notice pursuant to General Data Protection Regulation Arts 13 and 14.
This notice is intended for individuals with whom we deal in our business, including candidates for jobs with us. It is not intended for our employees. We categorise those individuals (“data subjects”) as follows:
– Individuals – academics, the retired, those who deal with us in their capacity as employees or owners of businesses which have other employees, those between jobs, sole traders without employees and those who only contact us because of their personal interest in our business and technology.
– Candidates – those who have applied for a job with us.
– Corporates – deal with us in their capacity as employees or owners of businesses which have other employees.
We obtain and process personal data in different ways depending upon the data subject, the purpose of the processing and how we obtained your personal data.
In most circumstances, your data will only be processed within the UK or the EEA. If for any reason we need to have your data processed elsewhere we will ensure an adequate level of protection for your personal data, and we will inform you of this circumstance and of the legal basis for such transfers.
As a data subject you have the following rights:
Access – You can at any time ask us to tell you what personal data relating to you we are processing.
Rectification, Erasure, Objection, and Restriction – You have the right to ask us to rectify your data if it is inaccurate, erase it, object, or restrict our processing of it.
Portability – In some circumstances, you can ask us to provide your data to another controller in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.
Automated individual decision-making – You have the right to not be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing which produces legal effects concerning you.
Furthermore, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
Where we have requested and you have given us consent to process your data you may withdraw that consent at any time.
If you are at all concerned about our processing of your data please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you deal with us as an Individual, the following applies:
Purpose. We process your data in order to respond to you and so that we can contact you about matters of mutual interest, and send you white papers, case studies and other related materials that may be of interest.
Legitimate Interest. We have a legitimate interest in contacting you about matters of mutual interest.
Marketing. If we were to use your data in order to send you marketing material about our services we will only do so with your consent. That consent can be withdrawn by you at any time.
Who do we share your data with? Some of our data, which could include your personal data, is stored off site by third parties. None of our personal data is stored outside the EEA or the UK.
Retention. Your data will be retained for up to ten years after our last interaction with you unless you ask us to delete it earlier and we are able to do that.
Why we need your data? Without your data we would not have the information necessary to be able to communicate with you.
Where we get it? Most of your data held by us will have come from you. Some may have been obtained from your colleagues and friends.
If you are a Candidate for a job with us, the following applies:
Purpose. We process your data to enable us to assess you for a role and contact you.
Consent. You give us your consent for the processing of your personal data when you apply for a job. That consent can be withdrawn by you at any time.
Who do we share your data with? Some of our data, which could include your personal data, is stored off site by third parties. None of our personal data is stored outside the EEA or UK. None of our personal data is stored outside the EEA or UK. We may, if your role would be working for one of our customers, provide it to that customer to allow them to assess you. If we seek references for you we will supply your name and details of the proposed role to your referees. If we wish to verify your qualifications or suitability we may provide information sufficient to identify you, things that you have told us about yourself and the proposed role to those that can verify the information you have given us.
Retention. If we decide not to employ you, most personal data about you will be deleted/destroyed six months after that decision is made and we will retain only sufficient data to identify that we have considered you for employment but that your application was unsuccessful. If we think we might want to employ you in future and tell you so, we will retain indefinitely all the data that we have about you. If we employ you, all the data about you will be transferred to your HR file and used and retained in accordance with our policies for employment.
Why we need your data? Without your data we would be unable to assess you, or contact you.
Where we got it? The usual source of your data is you or a recruitment consultant or “job board”. Some data may come from referees or those we use to verify the information that you provide.
If you deal with us as a corporate subscriber, the following applies:
Purpose. We process your data to enable us to contact you in your role within your organization and in order to record any information that you provide us. That contact may include sending you a newsletter or marketing material but only if they are relevant to your role. We may also need to use it in order that we can recommend you or the goods and services of your organisation to others.
Legitimate Interest. We have a legitimate interest in using your data for those purposes. We do not need your consent. You can however at any time tell us that you do not wish for us to contact you again at all, ot that you do not wish to receive marketing material.
Those with whom we share it. Some of our data, which could include your personal data, is stored off site by third parties. None of our personal data is stored outside the EEA or UK. We may, in connection with a project on which we are working with your organization, provide it to others working on the same project. We may also provide it to third parties seeking our recommendation of your organisation or someone like you.
Retention. Your contact and other data will only be held for as long as you retain your role in your organisation or, if it was relevant to a project, for so long as we retain the records of the project.
Why we need your data. Your data is needed principally so that we can contact you and otherwise for the purpose set out above.
Where we got it. The usual source of your data is you or your organisation. On occasions we may obtain it from your colleagues, from mutual clients, from others involved in a project or from publicity material published by your organisation or publicly available directories.
– To the extent that we are required to do so by law
– In connection with any legal proceedings or prospective legal proceedings
– In order to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights
– To the purchaser (or prospective purchaser) of any business or asset which we are (or are contemplating) selling
Security of Your Personal Data
We will take reasonable technical and organisational precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of your personal information.
Of course, data transmission over the internet is inherently insecure, and we cannot guarantee the security of data sent over the internet.
The website contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of third-party websites.
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