Privacy and Cookies Policy

  1. The Controller of your personal data is HiProMine S.A. seated in Robakowo (62-023), at ul. Poznańska 8. You can contact the Controller at: info@hipromine.com.
  2. The Controller of personal data has not designated a Personal Data Protection Officer knowingly, finding no such an obligation is binding on it pursuant to Art. 37 of GDPR.
  3. We guarantee that all of the personal data provided are kept confidential. We ensure that any and all security and personal data protection measures required under the provisions of personal data protection are taken. Personal data are stored with due care and are adequately protected against access of unauthorized persons.
  4. The Controller’s processing of your personal data follows the principles set out in the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No. 2016/679 dated 27th April, 2016, on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC(hereinafter referred to as GDPR).
  5. Your personal data will be processed by the Controller based on your consent to their processing or pursuant to other premises indicated in GDPR so as to:
    1. respond to questions asked with respect to the users’ contacting the addresses on the web page (Art. 6, item 1, letter A of GDPR).
    2. perform and complete a recruitment procedure if a user has applied for recruitment,
      pursuant to the Controller’s legal obligation and a consent given (Art. 6 item 1, letter a and c of GDPR)
    3. perform an agreement you are a party to or to take up actions on your request (Art. 6, item 1, letter b of GDPR)
    4. pursue or secure claims (Art. 6, item 1, letter f of GDPR)
  6. Your data provision is voluntary. Please bear in mind, however, that a failure to provide the data may, inter alia, prevent you from receiving an answer to a question, participating in a process, performing an agreement.
  7. If you want to provide us with the data of third persons, you must each time declare in writing that you have a respective consent of the third parties to provide the data to the Controller.
  8. GDPR confers the following potential rights upon you in what concerns the processing of your
    personal data:

    1. right of access to personal data,
    2. right to rectify personal data,
    3. right to erase personal data,
    4. right to restrict the processing of personal data,
    5.  right to object to the processing of personal data,
    6. right to data portability,
    7. right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority,
    8. right to withdraw the consent to process the personal data in case such a consent was given.
  9. The principles for the implementation of the said rights are covered in detail in the Art. 16-21 of GDPR. You are welcome to consult the provisions.
  10. For the implementation of your right, please contact us in person: 62-023 Robakowo, Poznańska 8 or email us at: info@hipromine.com.
  11. Your personal data may be provided to the entities authorized to receive them by virtue of applicable legal regulations, including to respective judicial authorities. The personal data may be provided to processors processing the data as  commissioned, e.g. to a bookkeeping entity
  12. Your data will be transferred outside the territory of Poland/EU/EEC only in case it is necessary that you are registered for an international training session/conference/trade meeting. Your data will be transferred to the USA with respect to your using Google services. Appropriate safeguards of your data will be ensured by an approved certification mechanism combined with  nforceable obligations of the data recipient to provide adequate safeguards (Privacy Shield program).
  13. The personal data will only be stored for a period necessary to realize a given purpose for which they were provided and on its expiry, for a period necessary to secure or pursue possible claims, or to meet the Controller’s legal obligation (e.g. pursuant to tax or accounting law).
  14. The Controller’s processing of your personal data will not be automated.
  15. Similarly to almost every web site, our site uses cookies in order to give you the best user experience.
  16. Cookies are small text files stored on your device (e.g. a computer, tablet, smartphone) which can be read by our ICT system.
  17. When you first visit the site, information on the use of cookies is displayed and you are asked for your consent to use the cookies. Thanks to a special tool, you can manage cookies on the site. You can always change the cookies settings in your browser or completely delete the cookies. Bear in mind, however, that the deletion of cookies may render it difficult to use the site and many other web sites using cookies.
  18. We use cookies to track site statistics, such as the number of visitors, operating system and browser types used to go through the site, time spent on the site, subsites visited, etc. To this end we use Google Analytics, which involves the use of cookies of Google LLC.
  19. We allow access to social media – Facebook, such as sharing in social media and subscription of a social media profile. Using these functions involves the social media (e.g. Facebook) administrators using cookies.
  20. Using a site involves sending queries to the server on which the site is stored. Each query sent to a server is saved on the server’s logs. The logs relate to, inter alia, your IP address, date and time of the server, information on the internet browser and the operating system you use. Logs are saved and stored on the server. Data saved on the logs are not associated with any specific site users and we don’t use them to establish your identity. Server’s logs are only auxiliary material to administer the site and their contents are not disclosed to anyone, but the persons authorized to administer the server.
  21. Please bear in mind that while contacting us via electronic mail, you naturally provide us with your e-mail address as the address of the sender. Moreover, your message may contain also other personal data. In such a case, your data are processed for the purpose of contacting you and the basis for the processing is Art. 6, item 1, letter a of GDPR, which is, your consent arising from initiating contact with us. A legal basis for the processing upon contact completion is a legitimate purpose in the form of archiving the correspondence for internal needs (Art. 6, item 1, letter c of GDPR). Contents of the correspondence may be archived and we are not able to explicitly specify the time they are deleted. You have the right to request the correspondence record with us (if it was subject to archiving), and its deletion, unless the archiving is justified with regard to our overriding interest, e.g. defense against any potential claims on your part.