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Privacy Policy

This document tells you what personal data we collect and that you provide to us, why we do so, when we disclose it to third parties, how we store it, secure it, and how you can exercise your rights over your data.

Why does DT320 collect and use personal data?

We collect personal data directly from you or through your employer or an authorised person to:

  • Ensure the performance of a contract or the terms and conditions of a DT320 service (contract monitoring, preparation and performance of the intervention and service),
  • Comply with our legal or regulatory obligations,
  • To fulfil specific purposes after having obtained your explicit and positive consent,
  • Our legitimate interests such as customising our offers according to your needs, ensuring the security of our information system.

In addition, if you contact us, we will keep a record of your request to enable us to process it as best we can.

What personal data do you provide to us or that we collect?

When you contact us, or ask us to contact you again for the services you are interested in, you agree to provide us with the following personal data: surname, first name, e-mail, telephone number, information shared by yourself, such as your function, activity, cookies.

In order to provide our services, we collect personal and professional identification data such as surname, first name, business telephone number, date of birth (trainees and vocational training), business e-mail, signature, function, photograph if applicable; data relating to technical skills; financial data relating to billing.

We also use personal data generated as a result of the training: the attendance sheet, date of issue of the certificate, training evaluation.

When you wish to access the online services you have subscribed to, you provide the following personal data: surname, first name, business email, business telephone number.

We also store your consents to receive information, for example the news you subscribe to, as well as your withdrawals of consent to processing to which you had previously consented.

When do we share your personal data with third parties?

We will only disclose your personal data to third parties in the following cases:

  • To DT320 internal departments in charge of the execution of the purposes.
  • For administrative purposes: we may share personal data to comply with administrative obligations, to detect, prevent or deal with fraudulent activities, security breaches or technical problems, or for external evaluations and audits by authorities (or their representatives).

How do we store and secure your personal data?

We implement the necessary and appropriate organisational and technical security measures against unauthorised access, modification, disclosure or destruction of the data we store. The Information System Security Policy (ISSP) can be provided to you for further details of the measures.
These measures include the following:

  • Collect only the data necessary for the stated, explicit and legitimate purposes.
  • Only give access to SICA Nucléaire employees, subcontractors, service providers and interlocutors who need to access personal data in order to carry out their roles, functions and responsibilities if they are authorised and have access that is strictly reserved for them, are aware of and/or trained in their roles, functions and responsibilities, have signed a confidentiality undertaking and have been informed of the risks and sanctions in the event of a breach of this obligation.
  • Encrypting data where necessary.
  • Carry out internal audits and audits of our suppliers processing personal data on behalf of SICA Nucléaire.

We retain personal data for the duration of the business relationship, then archive or delete it. In certain cases, we reserve the right to retain them for a longer period, in particular to prevent any litigation and to meet our legal and regulatory obligations.

For data processed in the context of consent-based processing, we delete it as soon as consent is withdrawn.

We do not transfer personal data outside the European Union. In the event that we are required to do so for the purposes of a contract, we undertake to put in place appropriate safeguards and to obtain prior consent for the transfer. In any event, we remain responsible for our obligations with respect to such personal data.

How to exercise your personal data rights?

In accordance with the law transposing the European General Data Protection Regulation, you have rights that we are obliged to respect:

  • A right to information about the processing of your data in a clear, fair and transparent manner,
  • A right of access to your personal information: you have the right to obtain from us confirmation as to whether or not your data is being processed, the purposes of the processing, the recipient of the data, the possible transfer of the data and a copy of the data;
  • A right to rectify inaccurate or incomplete data: you can obtain from us the rectification of your data if it turns out to be inaccurate or incorrect,
  • A right to object to certain processing operations, in particular those aimed at commercial prospecting,
  • A right to withdraw consent to data processing, without the effects of this withdrawal being retroactive,
  • A right to erase your data that has been unlawfully processed: you have a right to be forgotten only when the processing of your data does not concern the performance of the contract and you have terminated the contract,
  • A right to restrict processing,
  • A right to give instructions on the storage, deletion and communication of your data after your death.

To exercise your rights, simply contact the DT320 GDPR referent at the following email address:
or by post at DT320, 295 boulevard du muguet, 13170 Les Pennes Mirabeau.

There is also the possibility of lodging a complaint with a Data Protection Control Authority in France: the CNIL.

How do we handle personal data breaches?

In the event of a breach of your personal data that may pose a risk to your rights and freedoms, DT320 will also inform the data subject, as soon as possible in accordance with Article 34 of the GDPR.

Review and update of our data protection policy

We undertake to process personal data in accordance with the legal provisions in force.

This policy will be reviewed as the law evolves.

Applicable law and jurisdiction

All disputes relating to the Website and its Content will be submitted to the courts of Aix-en-Provence, France and governed by French law.

For any question relating to the application of the present TOS, you can contact the publisher at the address indicated in the legal notice.


This cookie policy was last updated on 2 May 2022 and applies to citizens and legal permanent residents of the European Economic Area and Switzerland.


Our website,, (hereinafter: ‘the website’) uses cookies and other related technologies (for simplicity, all such technologies are referred to as ‘cookies’). Cookies are also placed by third parties that we have engaged. In the document below, we inform you about the use of cookies on our website.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small, simple file sent with pages from this website and stored by your browser on the hard drive of your computer or other device. The information stored in the cookie may be sent back to our servers or the servers of relevant third parties on a subsequent visit.

What are scripts?

A script is a piece of code that is used to make our website work properly and interactively. This code is executed on our server or on your device.

What is an invisible tag?

A web beacon is a small piece of text or image that is invisible on a website and is used to track traffic to a website. To do this, various data about you is stored using invisible tags.


Technical or functional cookies :

Some cookies ensure that certain parts of the website function correctly and that your user preferences are taken into account. By setting functional cookies, we make it easier for you to visit our website. For example, you do not need to enter the same information repeatedly when visiting our website and, for example, items remain in your shopping cart until you pay. We may place these cookies without your consent.

Statistical cookies :

We use statistical cookies to optimise the user experience on our website. With these statistical cookies, we obtain observations about the use of our website. We ask for your permission to set statistical cookies.

Marketing/tracking cookies :

Marketing/tracking cookies are cookies or other forms of local storage, used to create user profiles in order to display advertising or to track the user on this website or on several websites for similar marketing purposes.

Social network buttons :

We have included buttons on our website for LinkedIn to promote web pages (e.g. ‘Like’, ‘Save’) or share (e.g. ‘Tweet’) on social networks such as LinkedIn. These buttons work with pieces of code from LinkedIn themselves. This code sets cookies. These social network buttons may also store and process certain information in order to show you personalised ads.

Please read the privacy statement of these social networks (which may change from time to time) to find out what they do with your (personal) data processed using these cookies. The data collected is anonymised as far as possible. LinkedIn is located in the United States.


When you visit our website for the first time, we will show you a pop-up window with an explanation about cookies. As soon as you click on ‘Save Preferences’ you give us permission to use the categories of cookies and extensions you have selected in the pop-up window, as described in this cookie policy. You can disable the use of cookies via your browser, but please note that our website may not function properly.

Your rights regarding personal data

You have the following rights regarding your personal data:

  • You have the right to know why your personal data is needed, what will happen to it and how long it will be kept.
  • Right of access: you have the right to access your personal data that we know about.
  • Right of rectification: you have the right at any time to add to, correct, delete or block your personal data.
  • If you have given us your consent to process your data, you have the right to revoke that consent and have your personal data deleted.
  • Right to transfer your data: you have the right to request all your personal data from the controller and to transfer it in its entirety to another controller.
  • Right to object: you can object to the processing of your data. We will comply unless there are grounds for doing so.

To exercise these rights, please contact us. Please refer to the contact details at the bottom of this cookie policy. If you have a complaint about the way we process your data, we would like to hear about it, but you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (the data protection authority, such as the EDPS).

Enable/disable and delete cookies

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Please note that our website may not work properly if all cookies are disabled. If you delete cookies from your browser, they will be placed again with your consent when you revisit our websites.

Contact details

For questions and/or comments about our cookie policy and this statement, please contact us using the following details:

295 Boulevard du Muguet, 13170 Les Pennes Mirabeau, France



Telephone number: +33 (0)4 91 83 02 78

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