We manage your safety compliance for industrial products and toys in Morocco CMIM, necessary for the commercialization of electrical products and toys.
In particular, Q-CMIM is committed to complying with the regulations regarding the protection of personal data. In this sense, the following are considered as a frame of reference, mainly:
This statement applies to any website, application, product, software or service owned or operated by Q-CMIM that is linked to it (collectively, our "Services"). Occasionally, a service will link to a separate privacy statement, which will list the particular privacy practices of that service.
This policy may be periodically updated and we encourage you to access and review it. If we make changes that we consider important, we will notify you by posting a notice on the relevant services or by communicating with you by other means such as email.
Q-CMIM we are a company of Malaga origin, dedicated to the consultancy for obtaining CMIM marking of product, according to the current Moroccan legislation.
Our address for notification, communication and contact purposes is C/Juan Cabanilles, 11, office 409, 29018, Málaga. In addition, Q-CMIM has enabled the following e-mail address for communications and notifications related to the processing of information and personal data, including the exercise of the rights indicated in this Policy: email@example.com
Personal information refers to any information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person. An identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier, whether a name, an identification number, location data, online identification, or to one or more factors specific to that person's physical, psychological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural, or social identity.
We collect, store and process information (and in particular personal data) necessary for the provision of our services. In particular, the information we collect is:
At Q-CMIM we are highly committed to the security of the information we handle, and to the fulfillment of the legal requirements that apply to us. In this sense, to ensure the confidentiality, availability and integrity of the information we handle (and, in particular, of personal data), as well as of the systems, networks, applications and databases used for its treatment, at Q-CMIM:
In the event that, as a user or affected party, you detect any security incident or breach, or any vulnerability that may be affected, Q-CMIM makes available to the affected parties the address firstname.lastname@example.org which you can make any communication you consider appropriate or necessary to improve the security of our information and systems.
Q-CMIM has provided the necessary means to comply with the right to information and with the obtaining of consent in cases where it is necessary to ensure the lawfulness of the processing of personal data. At the time of obtaining or collecting the information, Q-CMIM undertakes to inform those affected about the identity of the person responsible, the purpose, possible communications or transfers, and the possibility of exercising the rights set out in the regulations.
Q-CMIM recognizes and guarantees the possibility of exercising the rights of access, rectification, cancellation, opposition, limitation of processing and portability, collected by the data protection regulations. You as a data subject or affected may:
For the exercise of these rights, Q-CMIM has enabled the following e-mail address e-mail: email@example.com, through which you can contact the organization to request the exercise of the rights recognized by the regulations. Similarly, these may be exercised through the postal address indicated in the first paragraph.
For a proper exercise of these rights, we urge you to use as a reference the templates and models for the exercise of the rights that can be found on the web page of the Data Protection Agency. (www.agpd.es).
In addition, we inform you of the possibility, in case you consider that your rights have been violated, or that we have not acted adequately with respect to the requests for rights that you may have made, to file the corresponding claim before the Data Protection Agency, being able to contact the same through the electronic office accessible from your web page (www.agpd.es)
As a general rule, from Q-CMIM we only communicate personal data to third parties, or provide them with access to the same, in the cases necessary to develop an adequate provision of the requested service, to comply with legal, fiscal and corporate obligations, or for the development of certain processes or activities of the organization in an outsourced manner (Access to Data on Behalf of Third Parties).
In particular, we carry out communications and exchanges of information with banking entities, based on the services rendered, to manage the collection and billing of the services rendered, the management of payments to service providers, or in compliance with legal, tax and public duty requirements. Likewise, in compliance with these public duties, communications are made to other government agencies, such as the Social Security or the Tax Administration.
On the other hand, in Q-CMIM we establish agreements, alliances or collaborations with other entities that provide us with certain services or collaborate in the development of certain activities, being able to have access to the personal data we manage. This is the case, for example, of tax and labor consultants who are granted access to the personal data of our employees for the management of payroll, compliance with public duties, or prevention of occupational hazards.
In addition, we have certain outsourced services on which we rely for the provision and development of our services. This is mainly the case of external housing or web hosting services. For the provision of these services, the corresponding external processing contracts have been signed, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. It may be the case that these services are provided or require the intervention of entities or systems hosted in third countries. From Q-CMIM we ensure that, in cases where international data transfers are required, these are made to countries that accredit a level of security comparable to that of European regulations. In this sense, we will consider the adequacy decisions of the European Data Protection Committee, or, failing that, certificates, corporate standards, contractual clauses or any other recognized mechanism that proves an adequate level of protection.
As a general rule, in Q-CMIM we only keep the information and personal data for the time necessary to fulfill the purpose for which the data were obtained, as well as to meet possible claims or liabilities arising as a result of the processing of data. In general, once the service has been provided, the data will be blocked and no further processing will be carried out beyond keeping them at the disposal of the Public Administrations, Judges and Courts, for the attention of possible liabilities arising from the processing, during the period of limitation of these, after which the cancellation must be carried out. On the other hand, to determine the data retention periods, Q-CMIM takes into account local laws, contractual obligations and the expectations and requirements of our customers. When we no longer need personal information, we securely delete or destroy it.