Azetto Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Company") recognizes the importance of personal information, and in the projects (Fiber Wholesale / Web Production / IT Support / Human Resources Dispatch) developed by the Company, the following personal information protection policy will be informed to our officers, employees and collaborators and ensure thorough implementation. 1. Acquisition and use of personal information We will acquire personal information in a proper manner and use it for the purposes listed below. In the event that it becomes necessary to use personal information for other purposes, we will notify you by sending an informative document, sending it by e-mail, facsimile, etc. and get consent. ・ Answer to contents inquired about our business ・ Information on our service • Provision of support information ・ Document selection for employment ・ Introduction of employees to workers dispatching and contracting business to business partners ・ Procedure for concluding / revising / renewing contracts with business partners ・ General labor management (attendance, salary, various public insurance) ・ Business contact, emergency contact In case of changing the purpose of use of the personal information to be handled within the range reasonably permitted to have considerable relevance to the purpose of use before the change, we will notify the person of the changes in purpose of use, and obtain consent. 2. Provide personal information We will never provide your personal information to third parties other than those outsourced without your consent. In addition, when using personal information jointly, prescribed matters such as the scope and purpose of common use of business operators will be clearly stated or announced in advance. However, this is not the case if it is based on laws or when cooperation with public institutions is necessary. 3. Safety management of personal information We will implement technical measures and improve our safety management system and strive to protect customer's personal information in-order to prevent unauthorized access to personal information, loss, destruction, tampering, leakage, etc., 4. Publication of purpose of use and request for disclosure / correction etc. We will disclose the purposes of use and the inquiries for the customer's personal information we possess, and in accordance with the prescribed procedures, we will respond in good faith to requests, such as disclosure, correction, suspension and deletion of use. 5. Response to complaints and counselling We will respect the rights of the individual and establish internal regulations and respond promptly in respect to complaints and consultation concerning protection of personal information. 6. Compliance with laws and regulations We will comply with laws, related regulations and guidelines concerning personal information and carry out social responsibility as a company. 7. Continuous improvement In order to ensure the protection of personal information, we will continuously review and improve our compliance program (regulatory compliance plan).
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Woman in her 40s arrested in Tokyo for keeping 58 dogs, snakes and other animals in a "multi-cat household". A 46-year-old woman has been arrested for keeping dogs in poor conditions at her home in Tokyo. It is believed that the woman kept 58 animals of 24 different species, including a large lizard and a crocodile, and was unable to take care of them.
17 new coronary infections in Gifu Prefecture, most on Sunday after declaration lifted, 2 new clusters On April 18, Gifu Prefecture announced that a total of 17 new cases of the new coronavirus have been confirmed in nine cities and towns, and three people have tested positive for mutant strains. The total number of infected people is now 5,235, and the total number of mutation positive people is 107.
Four underground parking garage workers killed in accident; device activated after touching sensor on ceiling In an accident where a fire extinguishing system was activated in the underground parking lot of a condominium in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, killing four workers, it was learned that the system may have been activated by touching the sensor of the fire extinguishing system on the ceiling while the ceiling was being replaced.