Privacy Policy of the www.piadrem.pl website

The privacy policy concerns the website run by PIADREM s.c. with registered headquarters at: 41-400 Mysłowice, ul. Karola Miarki 36, called www.piadrem.pl . As we attach particular importance to the privacy of users who visit our website, we hereby inform you that all the data provided by clients is gathered in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act of 29.08.1997 (Journal of Laws 2002 no. 101 item 926). All the data gathered by our site is and will be used for statistical purposes only. This includes the IP address and all information connected with the type of browser used by the user. By using our website, you are accepting this privacy policy and consenting to the processing of your personal data in accordance with the legislation and conditions presented below.

Personal data obtained from the website

Using the website does not require registration, the provision of personal data or logging into a generally available collection of information. The data provided to us (such as name, surname, email address, company name, professional address, telephone number, etc.) may be concerned with contacting you or including you on a list of recipients of messages from the mailing system.

Using personal data

Piadrem s.c.  uses the personal data collected for its own needs only, such as creating a data base of customers, sending messages or bulletins, identifying the market needs of users, product development, etc. We do not share, license or sell the personal data gathered from our website. The data collected may be passed on in individual cases only, to legal successors or potential legal successors of PIADREM s.c., or to independent contractors employed in order to complete our order or work on our behalf connected with tasks commissioned from us by customers.

Safety measures

PIADREM s.c. applies the appropriate safety precautions intended to protect the personal data collected against loss, disclosure or unauthorised access or modification. The safety precautions include legal, administrative and technical measures such as firewalls, anti-virus and anti-spy software and, where required, encryption technologies.

However, we stipulate that despite the measures taken by us aimed at creating and maintaining a safe and reliable website, it is impossible to guarantee the confidentiality of data and materials sent to us. As internet users, you must assume the risk of certain negative effects of criminal actions committed by other users. Protection against such incidents is the responsibility of the producers of the software, including web browsers, antivirus scanning programmes, operating systems and others which constitute the structure gathering and providing data online.