The processing is based on art. 6 Para. 1 S.1 lit. f of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and in the interest of optimizing or enabling user guidance and adapting the presentation of our website.
COOKIES, PIXELS AND SIMILAR TECHNOLOGIES
Some features of this site that may be of interest to you based on your activity within and outside of our services make use of these technologies. To learn how you can control these, please see the "Privacy Options" section below.
We encourage you to visit this page regularly to stay informed about these technologies and their use.
Your browser or terminal device probably already provides you with setting options for these technologies. To learn more about the availability, role and operation of these settings, check the help options of your browser or device and refer to the "Privacy Options" section further down this page. Some of these settings may affect your use of the features we offer on this website. In addition, the settings in one browser or device will generally only apply to that one browser or device.
Please note that if you delete a cookie, or if you do not agree to the use of the cookie on your device, you may not be able to use some features of this website.
ABOUT THESE TECHNOLOGIES
Cookies are small files that are placed on your browser or device by a website or application that you visit. Pixels (also known as clear GIFs, Web beacons, or pixel tags) are small blocks of code on a webpage or application. They allow the website to place and read cookies, and to send information to Bureau Veritas or our partners. This allows information such as the IP address of the device, the date the pixel is stored, the ID number of the browser or device, and the browser type to be associated with the cookie. Local storage is a standard technology that allows a website or application to store and extract data on a computer, mobile phone or other device. Examples include local memory, HTML5 caching, or device memory.
WHY DO WE USE THESE TECHNOLOGIES?
We use these technologies for a number of reasons, in particular to ensure that we can provide you with appropriate content and improve our products and services.
STATISTICS AND MEASUREMENTS
Tools such as cookies and similar technologies (e.g. information on the device or a pixel on a website) are used to collect statistics about users and their interaction on our website.
WEBSITE FUNCTIONS AND SERVICES
WHEN CAN WE USE THIS TECHNOLOGY?
We place or use these technologies when you visit our website with a browser or device that allows the deposit or use of such technology. For example, we may place or read cookies during your visit and retrieve device information.
UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES DO WE READ COOKIES ON YOUR COMPUTER OR DEVICE?
Browsers send cookies from a specific domain (for example bureauveritas.ch) to the website each time a device accesses content from that domain. This means that a bureauveritas.ch cookie is sent to Bureau Veritas each time a user opens a bureauveritas.ch page from that computer or device. In addition, these cookies are also sent to Bureau Veritas each time a user opens a third-party webpage or application that uses our services or one of our modules.
Occasionally, we work with websites, applications and their partners to read or place Bureau Veritas cookies on your browser or device. This allows us to collect statistical information in particular to improve our content and offerings for you.
Third party cookies
To delete "cookies" from your computer
- Go to "Computer".
- On the "C:\" drive, select the "Windows" folder.
- Open the "Temp" folder.
- Select all files (CTRL + A).
- Then click the right mouse button and select "Delete".
On a Mac:
- First open Safari.
- Select Preferences from the menu bar.
- Navigate to the "Privacy" tab.
- Select "Remove all website data" next to "Cookies and other website data.
How do you delete "cookies" from your Apple mobile devices (iPod, iPad, iPhone)?
- Open your "Settings".
- Select "Safari".
- In iOS8 and newer, tap "Delete history and website data".
- In iOS7 and older, tap "Clear History" and then tap "Clear Cookies and Site Data".
How do you configure your browser to not store cookies on your computer or to notify you when cookies are installed?
Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft):
- Go to "Tools".
- Open the "Internet Options".
- Select "Security".
- Click on "Custom".
- In the drop-down menu, go to "Cookies".
- Go to the "Allow cookies stored on your computer" section.
Internet Explorer 6,7, oder 8 (Microsoft):
- Go to "Tools".
- Open "Internet Options".
- Click on "Privacy" and select the desired level of privacy.
- Go to "Settings".
- Select "Options".
- Select "Privacy".
- Disable "Cookies" or select the desired setting
- Select the Chrome menu icon.
- Select "Settings".
- Click 'Show advanced settings'.
- In the 'Privacy' section, select 'Content settings'.
- Select 'Block data storage for all websites' to block all cookies.
- Click "Done".
- Right-click the page with your mouse.
- Select "Edit page settings".
- Select the "Cookie" tab.
If the general cookie settings are already open:
- Click on "Manage Cookies".
- Click on "edit".
- Then open the "Cookies" tab to specify preferences for this website.
- Open the preferences in Safari.
- Select the "Privacy" tab.
- In the "Block Cookies" section, select one of the following options: "Always allow", "Allow only from visited websites", "Allow only from current website" or "Always block".
To block cookies in iOS 8, please follow these steps:
- Open the preferences and select "Safari".
- Then tap on "Block Cookies".
- Then select one of the following options: "Always allow", "Only allow from visited websites", "Only allow from current website" or "Always block".
In iOS 7 or earlier, select "Never", "From third parties or advertisers", or "Always".