The expression “personal information” means your surname and first name or your business name, email address, telephone number or any other confidential information about you that could directly or indirectly make it possible to identify you.
The expression “privacy incident” means access, use or disclosure of personal information that is not permitted by law, the loss of personal information or any breach that would undermine the protection of such information.
Information Collected Via the Contact Form The contact form requires users to provide their name, email address and telephone number. Nummax has set up a register containing the personal information of the visitors to its Website who have volunteered such information via the contact form. This register is kept and used in the manner provided for in the following paragraphs.
Data Security and Storage Nummax respects and protects the privacy of the persons who visit its Website. Any information of a personal nature that the Company receives is saved and stored in printed or electronic form in Nummax’s registers, and kept in controlled access points. Only Nummax’s employees responsible for interacting with you have access to it.
Links to External Websites Nummax’s Website may contain links that allow access to third-party websites. Please note that these sites fall outside the purview of Nummax. We recommend that visitors take the time to read and understand the privacy policies of these other sites before sharing their personal information with them. Nummax is in no way responsible for the content, security or privacy policies of these other sites.
Privacy Officer Réal Proulx has been appointed by Nummax as the Privacy Officer in charge of the protection of personal information.
Consent to the Use of Your Personal Information By sharing your personal information with Nummax, you have consented to its use for specific purposes. Nummax undertakes not to use your personal information for any purposes beyond those for which you initially shared your personal information and pledges to obtain your consent if required.
Nummax may, however, use your personal information for other purposes without your consent in cases provided for by law, such as:
when it is used for purposes that are compatible with those for which it was originally collected;
when it is clearly used for the benefit of the person concerned;
2.1° when its use is required for the purposes of preventing and detecting fraud, or to assess and improve protection and security measures;
2.2° when its use is required for the purposes of supplying or delivering a product, or for providing a service requested by the person concerned;
when its use is required for the purposes of study, research or the production of statistics, and the information is depersonalized.
Withdrawal of Consent At any time, you have the right to withdraw your consent to the sharing or use of the information you have given to Nummax. To do so, you must send your request by email to the Privacy Officer.
Destruction of Personal Information When the purposes for which the personal information was collected or used are fulfilled, Nummax pledges to destroy it or to anonymize it so that it may be used for serious and legitimate purposes in accordance with the law, except if you consent to the contrary.
Confidentiality and Sharing of Personal Information Nummax treats all collected information as confidential and is committed to using reasonably necessary means to ensure that, at no time, will personal information be disclosed to third parties, except as required by law.
At any time, you may request that Nummax provide you with a file containing the personal information that it has about you. To be valid, your request for access to your information must be made in writing and sent to the Privacy Officer. If needed, he can provide you with his assistance.
Nummax will ensure that the Privacy Officer diligently responds in writing to your access request no later than 30 days following the date your request was received. If you receive no response within 30 days, the Privacy Officer will be deemed to have refused your request.
In such case, Nummax will ensure that the Privacy Officer presents the reasons for his refusal to grant the request, that he indicates the provisions of the law on which his refusal is based, the remedies available to you, and the time limit for exercising them. Where required, the Privacy Officer must provide you with his assistance.
Rectification of Collected Information Nummax pledges, upon request, to correct collected personal information if it is inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous, or if its collection, sharing or preservation is not permitted by law.
The request must be made in writing by a person with enclosed proof of identity and sent to the Privacy Officer. If needed, he can provide you with his assistance.
Nummax will ensure that the Privacy Officer diligently responds in writing to your request for rectification no later than 30 days following the date your request was received. If you receive no response within 30 days, the Privacy Officer will be deemed to have refused your request.
Nummax will ensure that the Privacy Officer presents the reasons for his refusal to grant the request, that he indicates the provisions of the law on which his refusal is based, the remedies available to you, and the time limit for exercising them. Where required, the Privacy Officer must provide you with his assistance.
When the Privacy Officer grants a request for rectification, he will deliver at no cost to the person who made the request a copy of all modified or added personal information or, as the case may be, an attestation that the information was deleted.
Recourse In the interest of transparency, Nummax wishes to inform you that you can submit an application to the Commission d’accès à l’information for the examination of a disagreement relating to the application of a legislative provision concerning access to or the rectification of personal information.
Privacy Incident Nummax pledges to take reasonable steps to reduce the risk of harm to you and to prevent similar incidents from reoccurring if it has reasons to believe that a privacy incident involving personal information has taken place.
If the incident causes serious harm, Nummax will notify the Commission d’accès à l’information and any person whose personal information is affected by the incident, as required by law.
Privacy incidents, if any, will be recorded in a register which will be incorporated into Nummax’s corporate books.