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Privacy

The entity responsible for personal data processing is ISABEL MACEDO PINTO DIAGNOSTICS PORTUGAL, LDA., a limited liability company with tax identification number (NIPC) 504 470 353, headquartered at EdifĂ­cio do Bom Sucesso, No. 61, 8th floor, room 809, 4150-146 Porto (hereinafter referred to as IMP).

In the provision of services by IMP or in the use of IMP’s websites, some personal data may be requested, which the user is free to provide through explicit consent. In some cases, certain services may not be available if the user chooses not to provide some specific information. This will only occur when the information is essential for the provision of the mentioned services. In these cases, you will be informed of such circumstances.

When accessed, IMP’s websites may collect certain information, which is anonymously stored on IMP servers, including the date and time of access, the browser and operating system used, IP address, place of origin, and internet service provider. Such information is functional and essential for the proper operation and protection of the websites, as well as for compliance with legal obligations.

The websites may contain links to supplier websites or other third parties. IMP is not responsible for the proper functioning of such links nor for the content of their destination.

Data Usage

Subject to explicit user consent, IMP may collect information relevant to improving the services provided. For this purpose, and with explicit consent, personal data may only be used to:

  1. i) Provide relevant information that is appropriate for the user;
  2. ii) Promote marketing activities exclusively related to IMP’s websites;

iii) Any relevant purpose for which explicit consent has been provided.

Personal data is stored on IMP servers for the period during which it is necessary or legally required, after which it will be deleted.

The data subject has the right to access their personal data at any time and to correct, delete, demand processing restrictions, or request portability, as well as to withdraw their consent. If the personal data in question is necessary, IMP will cease to provide the respective services.

The right to access personal data can be exercised in accordance with applicable law. Access may, in general terms, be subject to a fee related to applicable administrative costs.

The data subject has the right to file a complaint with the National Data Protection Commission.

Contact Form

If you wish to contact IMP through the provided form, the data subject may provide their name, email address, telephone contact, as well as their message or comment. Providing such data will allow the data subject to contact IMP.

The mentioned personal data will be received by the administrative unit and consulted for the purpose of determining the nature of the contact. As a result of this determination, the data may be forwarded to another IMP unit . The data subject may be contacted to clarify doubts about their contact. The data subject may be contacted to receive a response to their communication.

The data will be destroyed as soon as a response is provided to the user, unless there is another sufficient reason for maintaining personal data.

Spontaneous Applications

If you wish to submit a spontaneous job application to IMP, the data subject may provide, in the form provided for this purpose, their name, email address, telephone contact, as well as the desired position or function and their curriculum vitae. Providing such data will allow the data subject to participate in the human resources recruitment process.

The mentioned personal data will be received by the human resources unit and consulted for the purpose of evaluating the candidate in the context of the recruitment process. The data subject may be contacted to clarify doubts about the curriculum vitae, as well as for the purpose of scheduling an interview. Exceptionally, the data subject may be contacted to consent to the retention of personal data for a maximum period of two years for possible participation in recruitment processes that may exist within that period.

The data will be stored in digital format in a dedicated folder and will be destroyed upon completion of the recruitment process, unless consent is granted for the retention of personal data for a maximum period of two years, in which case the data will be destroyed at the end of that period.

Data Disclosure

Without prejudice to the following paragraphs, IMP does not sell personal data, nor does it make it available to third parties.

In strict compliance with applicable legal provisions, personal data may be disclosed in the following cases:

  • The user has provided express consent for this purpose;
  • The disclosure of data is essential for the provision of services contracted to IMP;
  • Providing to companies within the IMP group;
  • To fulfill any legal or judicial obligation.

Cookies

Subject to explicit user consent, IMP may use cookies. If the user does not consent to the use of cookies or revokes such consent, some services may not be, or may cease to be, available.

Cookies are text files with small amounts of information that allow IMP to personalize and improve the user’s experience on the websites by providing information about their IP address, browser, operating system, and the websites through which they accessed IMP’s website.

IMP uses third-party cookies, including Google and Facebook, for marketing purposes.

IMP’s websites use the Analytics service provided by Google to improve their performance, recording generic information about the accesses received from anonymous cookies used for this purpose.

IMP is not responsible for actions by third parties, including suppliers.

For more information about cookies, please visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com/pt/.

Transfer of Personal Data

IMP takes all measures to protect the processed personal data. The information collected by IMP may, in special circumstances and in accordance with European Union law, be transferred and stored outside the European Union. It may also be processed by IMP workers located outside the European Union.

Contacting IMP

IMP can be contacted at the email address dpo@impdiagnostics.com.

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