Access to the contents of the sections of our Website shall take place according to the policy that is established by the Entity. Likewise, NIDEC ARISA, S.L.U. may modify, at any time and without prior notice, the information provided on the Website. Therefore, the Entity does not accept any responsibility for this information not being up to date.
ARISA, S.A.’s LIABILITY
Both access to this Website and the use to which the information included therein might be put is the sole responsibility of the User.
ARISA shall not held be accountable for any consequence or damage that may result from such access or such use of the information. ARISA does not accept any responsibility for any potential security breaches that may occur or for any potential damages that may be caused to the User’s computer system (hardware and software) and the files and documents stored therein as a result of the presence of viruses in the computer the User employs to access the Website’s services and content, a malfunction of the browser, or the use of old versions thereof.
Therefore, the User expressly and unreservedly acknowledges that they will access and use the portal under their sole and exclusive responsibility.
Pursuant to Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on the Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, Spanish law shall be applicable should any controversy arise. In any case, the User shall be held accountable for the veracity of the data they provide. ARISA reserves the right to exclude from its sing-up services any user who provides false data, without prejudice to any other actions it may have recourse to pursuant to the law.
ARISA is the owner and/or licensee of all the information contained in this portal, its graphic design, images, databases, indexes, source codes and trademarks, excluding our clients’ logos, which are protected in accordance with the provisions of the Spanish Intellectual Property Act and Trademark Act.
Their availability and use does not entail, under any circumstances, a transfer of their ownership or the granting of a right of use in favour of the User, such that any reproduction, copying, distribution in whole or in part or marketing thereof shall require ARISA’s prior written permission. In case of improper use of the Website, the Entity reserves the right to exercise as many legal actions as are necessary to be compensated for any damages that are caused to it. Likewise, the User undertakes to indemnify the Entity for any damages they may cause the latter as a result of using this Website in breach of these general conditions and/or current legislation.
DATA PROTECTION POLICY
In compliance with the provisions of Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on the Protection of Personal Data, we inform you that the data you provide us will be incorporated to a file owned by ARISA.
Given the personal nature of the data provided, ARISA undertakes to treat it with strict confidentiality. To this end, the Entity has drawn up and implemented a Security Document in accordance with Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December on the Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter ‘the LOPD’), and Royal Decree 1720/2007, of 21 December, approving the Regulation implementing the LOPD.
In order for the services offered by ARISA to be correctly provided, the User must answer each and every question posed in the forms on our Website.
The User’s personal data will be treated with the utmost confidentiality. The User may exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition by writing to the Entity at the postal address indicated above.
Should the User provide personal data of third parties, the User declares they have the express consent of said third parties and have informed them of the contents of the data provided, the origin thereof, the existence and purpose of the file to which their data will be added, and the chance to exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition, as well as of ARISA’s identification data.
In addition to maintaining, managing and administering the contractual relationship that might be entered into, as the case may be, another purpose of the automated processing of the personal data that is requested will be the sending of commercial information pertaining to products and services provided, currently and in the future, by ARISA; this information includes advertising and promotional communications, by post, fax, email or any other means.
Should you enter your data in our job exchange form, we hereby inform you that it will become part of a file owned by ARISA and whose purpose will be the collection and automated processing of such data for the purpose of evaluating your candidacy should there be a job opening in the future that matches your characteristics. After a period of twelve months has elapsed from the date of receipt of your CV, and unless there has been a previous, express declaration of cancellation or revocation on your part, we will automatically and ex officio proceed to delete your data from the file in question.
By accepting this policy, you authorise and consent to the transfer of your personal data to other entities (banks, insurance companies, transport companies, etc) – only and exclusively when it becomes necessary for the provision of the requested service.
After thirty days have elapsed from the date of acceptance of these conditions without receiving an irrefutable refusal on your part to the use of your data for the sending of commercial communications through electronic procedures, we will understand that you consent to said processing, without prejudice to your right to proceed to the revocation thereof at any time by means of a written communication addressed to the Entity and sent to the postal address shown on the Website.
The inclusion in the portal www.arisa.com of links to other portals is for informational purposes only and does not mean that ARISA recommends and/or vouches for said portals, over which it has no control whatsoever and for which content it is not responsible.
Occasionally we may use a technology known as ‘cookies’ to provide a series of contents and/or services in a personalised manner. A ‘cookie’ is a small piece of data that a Website may send to User’s web browser.
In turn, this piece of data may be stored on the hard drive of the User’s computer so that we may recognise them when they return to our Website. In any event, the User can always specify, in the preferences section of their browser, that they want to receive a warning before accepting any ‘cookie’.
The data that will be stored in each ‘cookie’ is as follows: the User’s language; the date and time of the last time the User visited our Website; the design of the contents the User selected during their first visit to our Website; and security elements that are involved in controlling access to the Website’s restricted areas.
From this Website we analyse our users’ preferences (demographic characteristics, traffic patterns and other information as a whole to understand their behaviour and profiles). Keeping track of our users’ preferences helps us to improve our Website and our services.
In order to do so, we use Google Analytics (Google’s tool for measuring Website traffic), which may store cookies on your computer to help us collect information that will be used solely for statistical purposes and to study the behaviour of the users of our Website. The information collected by the cookie (including the IP address) will be stored and transmitted to Google’s servers in the United States. Google will use this data to compile your activity on our Website and generate reports for the purpose of determining how you use our Website. Google may provide such information to third parties when so required by current legislation. Agreeing to this Policy entails consenting to Google’s use of the information collected by means of Google Analytics.
You can configure your browser to prevent cookies from being stored on your computer.
On the links shown below you will find information on how to disable cookies if you use any of the following browsers: