Who we are
The company Manuel Jacinto da Martinha & Filhos Lda, hereinafter referred to as Martinha & Filhos, is committed to the protection and confidentiality of your personal data. In this document we explain why we collect and how we guarantee the processing of your personal data, in a transparent, lawful and fair way, being limited to the proposed purposes.
Any questions related to this matter may be sent to the email email@example.com or by letter addressed to:
Manuel Jacinto da Martinha & Filhos Lda
Rua Dona Maria II, nº2
Estrada do Canal
2025-303 Amiais de Baixo
What is personal data
We consider personal data any information, of whatever nature, whatever its medium, including sound and image, relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
A person who can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or one or more specific elements of his / her physical, physiological, psychic, economic, cultural or social identity, is deemed identifiable.
We collect your personal data with your consent when you enter into a contractual relationship with Martinha & Filhos or because you contacted us through our website (www.marturf.com).
Some of your personal data is indispensable in the use of management, procurement and logistics processes, and there is no other purpose than this. In this context Martinha & Filhos may collect the following personal data: taxpayer, name, address, town, postcode, email, telephone and or mobile phone.
Martinha & Filhos does not collect sensitive data or personal data from children.
Martinha & Filhos is the entity responsible for the processing of personal data. Data processing consists of an operation or a set of operations performed on personal data, either fully or partially automated. Martinha & Filhos also performs treatment by non-automated means.
Personal data collected by Martinha & Filhos may be processed by other entities represented, directly or indirectly, through contractual service providers. Such entities may be located in or outside the European Economic Area, but in both cases are required to comply with the European Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data, in particular Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 December April 2016.
The period of storage or retention of personal data is valid until the end of the existing contractual relationship, or that the data subject opposes, exercising one of his rights (opposition or deletion), without prejudice to the legal obligations to which Martinha & Children, thank you.
The data subject, at his discretion, may at any time exercise the right to his personal data, in particular:
- Request consultation about your personal data;
- Request the editing and correction of your personal data;
- Request opposition or limitation to the processing of your personal data;
- Request the deletion or pseudonymization of your personal data, without prejudice and in accordance with legal obligations;
- Request the portability of your personal data.
In order to ensure the security of your personal data, Martinha & Filhos has implemented logical, physical and organizational measures in the period of transmission, conservation and treatment against destruction, loss, alteration, diffusion and unauthorized access or any other form of accidental treatment. or illicit.
By submitting a spontaneous application or opportunity application, you are authorizing your personal data to be collected, processed and stored by Martinha & Filhos in order to be able to be contacted for current and future recruitment processes in the future. maximum period of 12 months, after this period they will be excluded and you must submit a new application.
During the use session of our websites, and if you accept this, small text files (cookies) are stored on your computer which collect information from your browser to facilitate the communication of information and the provision of the service you have requested.
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Last updated date: November 29, 2019