In compliance with the law 1581 of 2012, decree 1377 of 2013 and other regulations that regulate it, the companies CLARIOS ANDINA S.A.S whit NIT 900.388.600-1 and CLARIOS DEL PACÍFICO S.A.S with NIT 817.000.727-1, are responsible for the treatment of your personal data. The contact person is the Local Data Privacy Responsible.
CLARIOS ANDINA S.A.S: Address: Cr 35 N° 10-300 Acopi, Yumbo, Valle del Cauca; Phone: (+57) (2) 6911800; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLARIOS DEL PACÍFICO S.A.S: Address: Km 24 on the road to Cali-Santander de Quilichao, Villa Rica, Cauca; Phone: (+57) (2) 6911800; Email: protecciondedatospersonales-MP@clarios.com
The treatment that societies give and will give to personal data for its collection, storage, use, circulation, update, retention and/or deletion, aims to achieve efficient communication and commercial relationship with our collaborators, customers and suppliers, through the following purposes:
- CLIENTS, SUPPLIERS AND CUSTOMERS: (1) Commercial communication related to products, services, promotions, offers, invitations to events, advertising, alliances, requirements for supplies and services. (2) Comply with obligations incurred. (3) Report changes in our products and services. (4) Evaluate the quality of our products and services and of our suppliers. (5) Keep updated the information of our customers, suppliers and consumers. (6) Sort, catalog, classify, store and separate information for easy identification. (7) Consult and evaluate information from judicial databases or public surveillance entities. (8) Treat the information provided and use it for the purposes of the business to be held. (9) Consult the lists for the control of money laundering and terrorist financing. (10) Comply with Colombian law and the orders of judicial and administrative authorities. (11) Execution and fulfillment of contracts concluded, billing and collection management. (12) Provide personal data to third parties who are entrusted with their treatment. (13) Management of historical data of business relationships with customers and suppliers. (14) Management of internal statistics of products and services acquired by customers from the company.
- CANDIDATES AND EMPLOYEES: (1) Social, legal, administrative, operational, contractual and commercial development of the company. (2) Recruitment, selection and archiving processes for statistical purposes. (3) Make inquiries in the inhibitory / restrictive lists and authorized databases. (4) Manage the contracting process and compliance with legal and contractual obligations. (5) Comply with labor, social security, occupational health, risk prevention and other provisions regarding labor issues. (6) Affiliation to the different entities of the General Social Security and parafiscal system. (7) Provide the fiscal and / or tax information of the operations carried out with employees. (8) Control of the physical security of the company through video surveillance systems. (9) Access control of employees to the company's facilities. (10) Payroll and social benefits management. (11) Processing resume of active and inactive employees, and candidates. (12) Management of active and inactive temporary employees of the company. (13) Information management of educational and academic training of active and inactive employees. (14) Control of employee entry and exit times through biometric markings. (15) Verification of conflicts of interest between employees and suppliers.
- VISITORS: (1) Verification of affiliation with ARL risk entities for legal compliance with occupational safety and health. (2) Control of the physical security of the company through video surveillance systems. (3) Registration and control of access of visitors to the physical facilities of the company. (4) Consult and evaluate information from judicial databases or public surveillance entities. (5) Consult the lists for the control of money laundering and terrorist financing.
As the owner of your personal data, you have the following rights: (1) Know, update and rectify your personal data against partial, inaccurate, incomplete data that leads to error, or those whose processing has not been authorized. (2) Request proof of consent granted. (3) Be informed, upon request, regarding the use you have given to your personal data. (4) File complaints with the SIC for violations of the provisions of current regulations. (5) Revoke the consent and / or request the deletion of the data, provided there is no legal or contractual duty that prevents them from being eliminated. (6) Access free of charge to your personal data that have been processed.
Consult and download the Personal Data Protection Policy document at: