Fluor Constructors Canada Ltd. (Company) recognizes and respects the privacy of users of this Web site. When you choose to provide us with data about yourself, Company will act in a responsible manner. Company may store and disclose personal data allowed or required by applicable law, including making disclosures that are necessary or advisable to (i) protect the rights, safety or property of Company or others and (b) conform to legal or regulatory requirements. Without your express approval, however, Company will not trade, sell or rent your personal data but may collect and/or provide aggregate statistics about its Web site and users to other parties. Company has no intention of collecting any personal data from individuals under 13 years of age. When you view certain parts of the Web site, information may be stored on your computer. This information will be in the form of a "Cookie" or similar file and will permit tailoring of the Web site to better match your interests and/or preferences. This site, however, contains links to other Web sites and Company does not control the privacy policies of those sites. See Linking. This privacy statement only applies to personal data collected and maintained by Company.
European Union Privacy Law Terms
Persons whose personal data is collected and processed in Europe should be aware of the following additional information.
A. Controller. Fluor’s Chief Privacy Officer is Steven M. Quevedo, who may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
B. Categories of Personal Data and Purposes of Processing. The “Submit” form which you use to submit personal data to this site, and this information is used to respond to your message in the form. Resumes, CVs, and information you actively provide to apply to job postings in the Careers section.
C. Details of Transfers to Third Countries and Safeguards. Your personal data may be transferred to and accessed by Company offices worldwide, including to some countries which may be deemed by the European Union not to have an adequate level of protection of personal data. Transfers of personal data collected and processed in the European Union and processed within Company shall be made consistent with Fluor’s Binding Corporate Rules, which are posted at Fluor Data Protection Binding Corporate Rules Policy. This includes technical and organizational controls upon third parties who may receive your information.
D. Other uses of personal data. In addition to the above, you acknowledge and consent to the fact that Company may maintain personal data and any other information you provide if required to do so by law or if Company has a good faith belief that disclosure is necessary to comply with legal process; to investigate, prevent or take action regarding suspected or actual illegal activities or to assist government enforcement agencies; to respond to claims of third parties; to protect Company’s or third party’s rights, property, safety; or to otherwise enforce this Agreement or the integrity of the site and data. You acknowledge and consent to such disclosure. Circumstances may arise where for business or technological reasons (e.g., for purposes of investigation, routine audits, site administration and improvement, data storage and recovery, and other analytics), it might be necessary for Company and its third party contractors/service providers acting on Company’s behalf to have access to personal information and content submitted via this site. It is Company's practice to require any such service providers who might have access to personal or confidential information in the course of providing services to Company to be bound by confidentiality obligations designed to protect any such personal or confidential information.
E. Legal basis for processing. The legal basis for processing your personal data in the European Union is as follows. It may be necessary for compliance with legal obligations to which Company is subject, such as reporting of compliance with law to certain government agencies, to exercise its legal rights where it is necessary to do so, for example to detect, prevent and respond to fraud claims, intellectual property claims or violations of law, and may be necessary to safeguard the legitimate interests of Company, to ensure that it can effectively manage and communicate regarding its business efficiently, to perform investigations, and to carry out audits of compliance. When we process personal data to meet our legitimate interests, we always balance these against your fundamental rights and freedoms and we put in place robust safeguards to ensure that your privacy is protected. For more information about the balancing test that is carried out when we rely upon legitimate interests, please contact Company as indicated below. If Company asks for your consent to process your personal data, and your personal data is subject to European law, you may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us.
F. Retention. Your personal data will be held for only so long as it is needed for Company’s business purposes, and in accordance with applicable corporate document retention schedules. These schedules are designed to comply with applicable data privacy and other legislation, and to assist Company in maintaining business records which it may need to conduct its business and to respond to lawful requests for information in connection with legal claims or disputes. If you require any information about the periods for which Company will hold your personal data please contact us as indicated below.
G. Certain Rights. You have rights under European law to access and rectify, or erase, restrict, or object to Company's use of your personal data. If you would like to discuss or exercise such rights please contact us as indicated below. (If Company cannot process your data, the Company may not be able to respond to your inquiries). You also have the right to lodge a complaint regarding how Company handles your personal data with the local supervisory authority for data protection within your specific European Union member state of residence, place of work, or place of alleged infringement of European law.