Privacy Policy


1 – What is the entity responsible for collecting the data?

FABERTIME – Indústrias Metalúrgicas, Lda., called Fabertime, is the entity responsible for processing personal data.

FABERTIME can be contacted via the email address or by contacting the premises:

Praceta dos Caldeireiros, lote 78
Parque Industrial do Seixal
2840-587 Aldeia de Paio Pires

2 – What is the personal data collected by FABERTIME?

FABERTIME can collect your personal data via the site, by e-mail, over the phone or in your presence.
The following categories of personal data are processed by FABERTIME:

  • Main forms of identification (name, e-mail address, telephone no);
  • Additional forms of identification (profession, curriculum, cover letter, availability to work);

3 – What does FABERTIME use your personal data for?

  • To supply the client with the services requested and manage them
  • To respond to requests for information related to our services or any other issue which was the reason for contacting us.
  • Evaluate the quality of the services, because getting feedback from clients on their experience helps us to improve our offer.
  • Marketing, by making our services known.
  • To process the personal data supplied via the “CANDIDATURAS” and “CONTACTOS” forms. The data collected is processed for the purposes of recruitment, selection and curricular analysis, service business offers notwithstanding other purposes inherent in HR.

4 – What is the legal basis for the processing?

  • Prior express consent, given freely and unequivocally and after being fully informed. For example, your consent for FABERTIME to use, for contact purposes, your personal data sent by completing the contact form available on our site.
  • Carrying out an agreement in which FABERTIME and the client, in his/her capacity as holder of the personal data are parties, or for any pre-contractual steps requested by the holder of the personal data;
  • Compliance with any legal obligations which FABERTIME is subject to and which are anticipated, in particular in legislation related to accounting and tax.
  • Legitimate interests pursued by FABERTIME or third parties, such as data processing in order to improve the quality of the services provided.

5 – Who is the intended receiver of the personal data?

The furnishing of information or provision of services by FABERTIME may involve using the services of subcontracted third parties in the processing of your personal data, including entities outside the European Union. This could mean that such third parties have access to your personal data.

In such circumstances, FABERTIME will only use subcontracted entities that offer sufficient guarantees that the technical and organisational measures carried out ensure that the processing complies with the stipulations of the data protection legislation. These guarantees and obligations of the subcontractor will be established by a signed agreement between FABERTIME and one of these third parties.

It may be necessary for FABERTIME to transfer collected personal data to a third country outside the European Union (EU) and which does not appear in the list of countries already approved by the EU as meeting acceptable levels of protection of personal data. In such cases, FABERTIME will ensure that these transfers of personal data are made in strict conformity with the applicable legal norms for the protection of personal data.

6 – How long do we keep the data?

FABERTIME only keeps your personal data for the period of time needed to achieve the purposes which motivated their collection, It is always in accordance with the law and guidelines of the Comissão Nacional de Proteção de Dados (the National Commission for the Protection of Data) or until such time as you exercise your right of opposition, your right for the information to be erased or you withdraw your consent, whichever of the above is applicable.

7 – What are the rights of the holders of the data?

As regards personal data processed by FABERTIME, the holder of personal data has the following rights, to be exercised in terms of the GDPR and other applicable legislation relating to personal data:

  • The right to have access to his/her personal data.
  • The right to rectify his/her personal data.
  • The right to erase his/her personal data.
  • The right to limit the processing of his/her personal data.
  • The right of portability of the personal data furnished by him/her.
  • The right to oppose a particular way of processing personal data relating to him/her.

When the processing is based on his/her consent, he/she has the right to withdraw this at any stage, without compromising the lassitude of the processing carried out by FABERTIME based on the consent given previously.

The holder of personal data also has the right, in all cases, to lodge a complaint with a controlling body. In the case of Portugal, this role is assumed by the Comissão Nacional de Protecção de Dados.

8 – Policy regarding cookies

What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text archive which identifies your computer on our server. Cookies in themselves do not identify the individual user, merely the computer used. Cookies are not used to collect personal data. Cookies help to determine the usefulness, interest and number of searches on the FABERTIME site, resulting in faster and more efficient surfing. They also analyse traffic with the aim of improving our service.

How to manage the cookies?
Browsers of the web enable some control to be exerted over cookies through the configurations of the browser. Most browsers enable cookies to be blocked or block cookies from specific sites. Browsers can also help you to erase the cookies when you close the browser. You should note, however, that this could mean that any ops-outs or preferences defined on the site will be lost.
To know more about cookies, including the way to see how cookies were created and how to manage and exclude them, visit which includes information on how to manage your configurations for the different suppliers of browsers.

9 – Changes to the Policy on Privacy

FABERTIME reserves the right to update or modify this policy on Privacy at any time, especially in order to adapt it to changes in legislation. Any such changes are published on the site.

10 – Other Information

FABERTIME is not responsible for any harm that might occur in connection with information contained in this site. Such information is merely informative in nature.

All the contents of the site (in particular the texts and images) and their respective rights are the exclusive property of FABERTIME.

11 – Doubts?

If you have any doubts about any of the issues dealt with in this policy on privacy, please contact us by email or write to us at this address:

Praceta dos Caldeireiros, lote 78
Parque Industrial do Seixal
2840-587 Aldeia de Paio Pires