Our commitment to privacy
Requirements of privacy laws and guidelines
Nittoseiko Analytech complies with the provisions of all relevant privacy laws and regulations as well as government privacy guidelines and privacy standards.
Scope of information requested
As part of our ongoing commitment to the highest standards of customer service, we may ask you to provide personal information to allow us to, for instance, process a questionnaire, add your name to an electronic mailing list or send you materials by mail. We will request only as much information as is required to complete the task at hand. Your information will be treated in the strictest of confidence in accordance with the relevant legislative requirements.
Management of information supplied by clients is overseen by a dedicated Information Security Officer at Nittoseiko Analytech. Extensive measures have been put in place to ensure the security of client information and prevent security breaches such as unauthorized external access to personal information as well as loss, tampering and destruction of data. As part of our ongoing commitment to the highest standards of customer service, we may outsource certain processes involving client information to external contractors. All such contractors are either part of the Nittoseiko group or approved contractors with which we have signed a formal confidentiality agreement on privacy procedures and protections that forbids the transfer of data outside the organization. Approved contractors are required to demonstrate appropriate information management processes to ensure the security of client information.
Scope of use
Information supplied by clients via this website will be used only for the stated purpose and in a manner that does not in any way compromise the rights of the client.
Nittoseiko Analytech will never disclose or divulge client information to any third party other than an approved contractor without the express consent of the owner of said information, except where required to do so by law or ordered to do so by a public body such as a court or police agency.
The client information procedures detailed above are regularly reviewed and updated as appropriate.