Our Privacy & Data Protection Policy
“The principles of Privacy and Data Protection are part of the standards set out in our Code of Conduct.
All employees, as well as third parties that Roquette has a relationship with, have a right to privacy. For this reason, Roquette is committed to protecting their personal data.
Personal data is information that allows directly or indirectly identifying a physical person (name, birth date, social security number, photo, email address, computer IDs, etc.).
The protection of personal data guarantees each individual the right to control the collection, processing, use and distribution of this data.
Personal data must be used in a fair manner for a specific, explicit and legitimate purpose and must be kept only for the period needed to carry out processing.
In Europe, the processing of personal data has been defined by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force the 25th May 2018.
Because legislation concerning privacy and personal data varies from country to country, and because Roquette is present internationally, the Group has adopted a Group Policy concerning personal data protection. This Policy applies to all Group employees worldwide.”
Our Privacy & Data Protection Guide of Good Conduct
Practical and friendly, our new Guide of Good Conduct on Privacy and Data Protection is a compass to guide all Roquette employees in their daily activities and a strong commitment to ethical and responsible approach.
Our Privacy & Data Protection policy is at the heart of our strategy to:
- Protect Roquette, our employees, our customers and suppliers.
- Secure our business.
- Demonstrate our ethical and responsible approach.
- Strengthen the confidence of our customers.
- Consolidate our "ethical competitive advantage".
This Guide explains Good Conduct to adopt in our daily activities to be compliant with Personal Data protection Principles and our Policy’s requirements.
“Data privacy is relevant to – and the responsibility of – everyone in our organization.”
- Our PDP Guide of Good Conduct can be found here.
Jennifer GODIN Data Protection Officer
Group DPO designated to the CNIL (French Supervisory Authority) by the CEO.
Our privacy notices
- Privacy notice website here.
- Privacy notice Innovation Hub here.
- Privacy notice candidate here.
Our data subject request web form
You have the right to access and rectify your data and oppose its use when you have a legitimate reason for doing so. You also have the right to erase your data, restrict data portability and limit the processing of your data starting from the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (May 25, 2018).
To exercise these rights, please fill in this form.
Note: You can consult our explanatory Guide for the exercise of data subjects’ rights (here) to use it only for the intended purposes.
A request that corresponds to another purpose (application for a job, internship application, commercial proposal, etc...) than those provided by the form will not be processed and will be left unanswered.
For these other requests, you can fill the form Contact us.
Your point of contact
Our Data Protection Officer is a single of contact for our employees, individuals and the Supervisory Authority concerning all privacy and data protection topics.
- Roquette Frères, Legal & Compliance
Jennifer Godin, Data Protection Officer
Rue de la Haute Loge, 62080 Lestrem Cedex France