Pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (A.D. 2019), as amended from time to time, including any rules, notifications or regulations issued by virtue thereof (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “PDPA”), Personal Data means data pertaining to an individual which enables identification of said individual, whether directly or indirectly, but excluding specifically data of the deceased.
The Company may amend this Policy from time to time in which we will inform you of such amendment on the Website or via internal shared server. Should any amendment is a significant amendment which affect our practices in relation to the Personal Data, we will ensure that such practices will be in compliance with the provisions of the PDPA, and where any amendment requires your consent, we will inform you of such amendment, and proceed to obtain your consent as prescribed by the PDPA prior to such amendment becomes effective.
If you have any inquiries or concerns on the Processing of your Personal Data by the Company, or if you wish to exercise any of the rights to Personal Data as described in this Policy, please contact us at:
Azbil (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
No. 9 G Tower Grand Praram 9, 14th Floor, Rama 9 Road, Huay Kwang, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10310
Bangkok Head Office: +66 2011-9000
Amata City Chonburi Branch: +66 38-457-076-7
Solution and Technology Center, Rayong: +66 38-682-453
Or you may contact our Data Protection Officer at:
By email: email@example.com
1. Types of Your Personal Data which will be Processed
(a) The Company collects your Personal Data as follows: name, surname, title, gender, age, date of birth, address, email address, contact number, work experience, educational background, language skill, income, qualification, identification card number, passport number, picture (photograph), image and motion captured by the CCTVs which are installed at the premises of the Company, including any other types of Personal Data which you may provide to the Company via your resume or any other documents, as well as during the recruitment process of the Company.
(b) In the event that you apply for a job via Website, the Company may collect your IP Address, cookies, location or Device ID in addition.
(c) During the recruitment process, the Company does not wish or intend to collect your Personal Data as described in Section 26 of the PDPA which include data pertaining to religion, blood type, health or criminal record (“Sensitive Personal Data”). Therefore, where the copy of your identification card contains data pertaining to religion and/or blood type, the Company advises you to cross-out or blind said data before submitting a copy of your identification card and/or any other documents to the Company.
(d) In the event that you provide the Company with Personal Data of other person(s) such as referee or family members, you shall ensure that such persons have been informed of the Processing under this Policy, and have duly granted consent as necessary, or you shall represent that there is any other lawful basis for the disclosure of Personal Data of such other persons to the Company.
2. Purposes of the Processing of Your Personal Data
(1) To collect your Personal Data in order to assess your suitability for other positions which we may have in the future, including to contact you, make an appointment for an interview and/or offer you with such position.
(2) To process your Sensitive Personal Data which you may provide to the Company during recruitment process.
In any event, the Company will ensure that your Personal Data will only be retained as necessary and relevant to the purposes described herein this Policy.
(b) Comply with Contract
To proceed with the request of the Candidate in applying for a job with the Company, to make an appointment for the interview, and arrange for necessary test in order to assess qualification, suitability and ability of the Candidate. If you do not provide Personal Data which is necessary, it may cause the Company to be unable to proceed with your request, either in whole or in part.
(c) Comply with Legal Obligations
To comply with any applicable laws or rules, whether being laws and rules of Thailand, or any other relevant countries, as well as to comply with order of any courts, authorities and/or governmental authorities. If you do not provide Personal Data which is necessary, it may result in the Company or you being unable to comply with the legal obligation or may result in our or your act be deemed as violating applicable laws, rules or orders.
(d) Legitimate Interest
The Company may need to Process your Personal Data for the purpose of monitoring, detecting and preventing fraud or any criminal offences. The Company has installed the CCTV in monitoring you while you are in the premises of the Company in order to protect any and all properties, assets, personnel and interests of the Company.
(e) To Establish, Comply, Exercise of Defense a Legal Claim
The Company may Process Personal Data of the Candidate when it is necessary for the establishment, compliance, exercise or defense of the legal claim which the Company is entitled to under the law.
3. Disclosure of Your Personal Data
The Company may disclose Personal Data of Candidate to affiliates or companies within our group which are located outside of Thailand for the purposes relating to your recruitment and possible employment. During the recruitment process, the Company will not disclose your Personal Data to any third parties.
However, the Company may disclose your Personal Data to other persons or legal entities where it is necessary to comply with applicable law or regulation.
4. Transfer of Personal Data of Candidate to Other Countries
The Company may transfer your Personal Data to affiliates and/or companies within the group which are located outside of Thailand and which may have adequate or inadequate personal data protection measures as prescribed by the PDPA. In any cases, the Company will ensure that any such transfer will be in accordance with the PDPA, and appropriate personal data protection measures are implemented for the transfer of your Personal Data as well as the Company will ensure that any persons or legal entities receiving your Personal Data will implement adequate personal data protection standards to protect your Personal Data.
If the transfer of your Personal Data outside of Thailand cannot rely on other legal grounds apart from the consent, the Company will inform you of the inadequacy of personal data protection standards of the destination country, and will proceed to obtain your consent before transferring your Personal Data under said circumstance.
5. Retention Period for Personal Data of Candidate
(a) Where you are employed by the Company, the Company will retain your Personal Data throughout the employment term and for a period of 10 (Ten) years after the termination of your employment, regardless of the cause of termination, unless otherwise prescribed by law.
(b) Where you are not employed by the Company, the Company will retain your Personal Data for a period of 6 (Six) months after the end of recruitment process in order to assess your suitability for other positions which we may have in the future as well as to contact, make appointment for interview, and/or offer you with such positions.
6. Rights to Personal Data of Candidate
According to the PDPA, you are entitled to various rights to your Personal Data as follows:
(a) Right of Access: To request to have access or obtain copy of your Personal Data held by the Company, or to request the disclosure of the source of Personal Data which you did not consent.
(b) Right to Data Portability: To request to obtain your Personal Data in a format which is generally usable or readable by automatic tools or device (if any), and to request that your Personal Data in said format be transmitted to other data controllers.
(c) Right to Object: To object to the Processing of your Personal Data.
(d) Right to Erasure: To request the deletion or destruction of your Personal Data, or to de-identification of Personal Data where (1) your Personal Data is no longer necessary for the purposes of the Processing of said Personal Data; (2) you have withdraw your consent and we do not have authority under any other law to continue with the Processing of your Personal Data; (3) you have objected to the Processing of your Personal Data which has been collected by relying on legitimate interest; or (4) your Personal Data has been unlawfully processed, etc.
(e) Right to Suspension: To request that the suspension of the Processing of your Personal Data where (1) you have requested to exercise the right to rectification and the Company is in the process of examining such request; (2) the Processing of your Personal Data is unlawful, but you do not wish such Personal Data to be deleted or destructed; (3) your Personal Data is no longer necessary, but you request us to retain such data for the purpose of establishing, complying, exercising or defensing a legal claim; or (4) you have exercised the right to object and the Company is in the process of examining such request.
(f) Right to Rectification: To request that your Personal Data be corrected or updated. The Company may request additional documentary evidence from you to proceed with such request.
(g) Right to Withdrawal of Consent: Where the Processing of your Personal Data relies on consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time, unless otherwise prescribed by the law. The withdrawal of your consent shall not affect the Processing of your Personal Data which has been lawfully proceeded according to the consent which you have duly granted prior to the withdrawal of said consent.
(h) Right to Lodge Complaint: If you think that the handling of your Personal Data by the Company is in violation or non-compliance with the PDPA, you may lodge complaint to the personal data protection supervisory authority in Thailand. However, the Company would like to encourage you to first contact us to resolve any issues before lodging such complaint.
Any exercise of rights to your Personal Data shall be subject to the provisions and conditions of the PDPA.
Date of Revision: 1 July 2021