Terms and Conditions
The internet website www.sirha-green.com/fr (hereafter the ‘Website’) is the property of GL events Exhibitions S.A.
Contact details: Phone + 33 (0)4 78 17 63 12 (no surcharge)
Email address: aureliewattinne@GL-events.com
The Website is published by GL events Exhibitions, limited company with a capital of €7,623,648 registered with the Trade Register of LYON under the number 380 552 976. Its head office is established at the following address:
59 Quai Rambaud 69002 Lyon FRANCE.
Individual VAT identification number is FR77 380 552 976.
Philippe PASQUET as General Director of GL events Exhibitions S.A.
The Website is hosted by GL events S.I.
Address: Route d’Irigny, Z.I Nord – 69530 BRIGNAIS FRANCE.
Phone: +33 (0)4 72 31 54 54
Design and creation
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Terms & conditions of use of the website
1. Intellectual property
1.1 General information
The present website and all of its contents (in particular photos, logos, brands and information published therein) are subject to copyright law.
GL Events Exhibitions SA (hereafter the Publisher) grants users of the website the standard right to view said content, excluding in particular any reuse of all or part of these contents for any reason. The right to copy any material is granted only in digital format on the device that is used to browse the website and only for the sole purpose of displaying the pages on the users’ web browser. All rights are reserved, including concerning documents made available for download (logos, photos, all type of information and other material...). Documents that are available to download are also subject to copyright law; the conditions under which these may be used and/or copied are specified on the corresponding website pages.
1.2 Hypertext links
The creation of a hypertext link leading to the website is authorised with no frame only and exclusively pointing to the homepage of the website, except with prior express authorisation to this effect granted by the Publisher. The Publisher may not be held accountable for any information that is published on the independent websites that feature said hypertext links.
Any use of this website that does not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, except where otherwise specified on the website or with prior authorisation from the Publisher, is forbidden and engages solely the responsibility of the person engaging in such use.
By using the present website visitors agree to the above-stated conditions of use.
Any dispute resulting from the use of this website and/or the spreading of the information published therein will be subject to the exclusive authority of the Commercial Courts of Lyon in application of the French law.
Private Data Protection
As the entity responsible for processing the data collected via the website, GL Events Exhibitions commits to collect and process your personal data in compliance with the decree n° 78-17 dated January 6th 1978 amended, and pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council dated April 27th, 2016 that comes into force as of May 25th 2018.
In this respect, GL events Exhibitions provides the following information:
1. How is your data collected on this website?
Your data is collected using forms that have been created in compliance with the leading protective principles provided for by the current legislation.
These forms only collect information that is strictly necessary to process the form and achieve its purpose. They explain the reason why GL Events Exhibitions needs to collect such data.
These forms mention in particular:
- The purpose of processing your data, i.e. its objective.
- The fact that the information requested is mandatory or not with respect to the purpose of the form
- The category of businesses/persons who will receive your data
- Your rights with respect to your personal data and the means to exercise these rights
2. How is your data stored?
GL Events Exhibitions only stores personal data for the duration necessary to process to operations for which they have been collected, and in compliance with the regulations in force.
3. What are your rights and how can you exercise them?
You have the right to access, modify and delete any data concerning your person. You have the right to restrict processing of your data, the right to portability of your data as well as the right to set general and specific guidelines concerning how you want your rights to be exercised after your death.
You are also hereby notified that you have the right to oppose the fact that your personal data could be used for commercial prospection purposes as well as the right to oppose, due to your specific situation, any processing based on the execution of a mission of public interest or on purposes of legitimate interests.
You may exercise the above-mentioned rights by writing to GL Events Exhibitions – SIRHA, 59 Quai Rambaud, 69002 Lyon France. Mention your name, first name and attach a signed copy of a proof of identity and provide the email address or postal address to which the answer is to be sent.
4. Date security
GL Events Exhibitions ensures the security of private data by implementing reinforced data protection based on both physical and logistic security measures.
5. Who will be using your data
The recipients of your data are the relevant departments at GL Events Exhibitions. Where necessary, some partners and/or sub-tractors of GL Events Exhibitions may also be recipients of your data.
Some of these recipients may be based outside of the European Union.
Cookies are used on this website in order to improve your browsing experience.
Some cookies present on the website are associated with targeted advertising actions and enable us to propose products and/or services that are in line with your browsing experience.
If you use Chrome as your web browser, proceed as follows to deactivate cookies:
1. On your computer/device, open Chrome.
2. In the top right corner click on More Settings
3. At the bottom, click Advanced settings.
4. In the section "Privacy and security", click on Content settings.
5. Click on Cookies.
6. In the section "see all cookies and site data", search for the name of the website.
7. To the right of the site, click Delete .
If you use Mozilla Firefox as your web browser proceed as follows to deactivate cookies:
1. Click on the menu button and select Options
2. Select the panel Privacy and Security and move to History.
3. In the dropdown menu next to History select ‘Use custom settings for history’
4. Tick the box Accept cookies to activate cookies, or untick to deactivate.
o issues with cookies: make sure the option Accept third party cookies is NOT set to Never.
If you use Internet Explorer as your web browser proceed as follows to deactivate cookies (caution, blocking cookies completely may prevent some sites from being displayed correctly):
1. In Internet Explorer, select the button Tools then Internet Options.
2. Select the tab Privacy, then under Settings move the mouse pointer to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, then click OK.