general conditions of use
Entry into force from 01/01/2020.
We welcome you to the FAD website www.fad-denain.fr (hereinafter the "Site")! The purpose of the General Conditions of Use (hereinafter the “GCU”) is to determine the rules for using the Site. They determine the obligations of the Publisher (hereinafter "FAD") and the Visitor.
We may at any time modify the content and information included on this Site as well as these GCU, in particular in order to comply with any new applicable laws and / or regulations and / or in order to improve the Site.
Legal Notice :
Société Anonyme Simplifiée au capital de : 5.000.000 euros
Company name :
FAD (Fonderie et Aciérie de Denain)
The head office :
17 rue Pierre Bériot
59723 Denain Cedex
Legal representative :
Madame Marthe PRUNIER
Commercial register registration
RC Valenciennes 347 941 346
347 941 346 00012
Code NAF: 275 C
Intra-community VAT number:
Company name: WIX, Inc
The head office :
40 port de Tel Aviv
99 207 Tel Aviv Jaffa
Article 1 - Access to the Site
You can freely access the Site, without registering or creating an account.
Article 2 - Intellectual property
The website is edited by the company FAD and hosted by the company WIX Inc. All the elements of this website (texts, photography, illustrations, logos, files available for download, database appearing on the site, video clips or sound, graphic charter, general structure of the site etc ...) are the exclusive property of FAD.
These elements are protected by French laws and international texts relating to the respect of author's rights and copyright.
Any reproduction, total or partial representation of this site by any process whatsoever, without the authorization of FAD, is prohibited and would constitute an infringement punishable by the articles L.335-2 and following of the Code of intellectual property. FAD reserves the right to prosecute any act of infringement of its intellectual property rights, including in the context of criminal proceedings.
Any user wishing to obtain an authorization to operate one or more elements available on the Site must, beforehand, make a written request to the Publication Director. If the resumption, total or partial, of these contents is authorized, it must be accompanied by the mention of the name of the author, of the source, and, if necessary, of a link referring to the original document online on the site.
Similarly, any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, transmission, distortion, total or partial of the site or its content, by any process whatsoever, and on any medium whatsoever is prohibited.
The presentation of one of the pages of the site in a web page not belonging to the latter is prohibited (framing).
Any use, not expressly authorized by law, of the site or its content, as well as the information disclosed therein, is liable to engage the responsibility of the Visitor.
Article 3 - Information appearing on the site
FAD provides information for informational purposes only. We remind you that inaccuracies or omissions may appear in the information available on the Site, in particular due to third parties. However, we try to control their accuracy and keep them up to date. However, no guarantee is made regarding the accuracy, precision, updating or completeness of this information.
Consequently and with the exception of gross and intentional fault, FAD declines any responsibility for any damage resulting in particular from an imprecision or inaccuracy of the information available on this site, or for any attack resulting from a fraudulent intrusion by a third parties on this site, or for any damage or virus that could damage or render unusable your computer equipment following the visit to this site.
FAD cannot be held responsible in the event of the site being unavailable for any reason whatsoever.
FAD reserves the right to modify the content of the site at any time and without notice. He cannot be held responsible for the consequences of such modifications.
The information on this website is only made available to Visitors for information and is not contractual. The pages of this site have been developed with great concern for quality.
Article 4 - Hypertext links
The FAD Site authorizes the setting up by external sites of a hypertext link pointing to our content, subject to:
Do not use the deep linking technique, that is to say that the pages of the site must not be nested inside the pages of another site (use of frames, for example), but accessible by opening a window.
Mention the targeted content in a text link.
Do not damage the image of FAD.
Have obtained prior written approval from FAD.
This authorization does not apply to websites disseminating information of a pornographic, controversial, homophobic, xenophobic nature or which may, to a greater extent, affect the sensitivity of the greatest number.
In addition, in order to facilitate access to other sites, FAD has also inserted a number of hypertext links pointing to third-party sites. However, FAD cannot control the content of third party sites and cannot be held responsible:
The unavailability of third party sites;
Of their content;
Any collection of personal data;
From an outside intrusion or the presence of computer viruses;
Or other items available on these sites.
Our responsibility could not therefore be engaged under a third site to which you could have had access. As soon as we integrate a hypertext link pointing to another Site, we take care to indicate the source of the hypertext link.
Article 5 - Use of the website and warning
This Site is a presentation site which aims to provide institutional and commercial information on the company and its sister companies. FAD strives to keep the site accessible, without being bound by any obligation to maintain it. It is specified that for maintenance, updating, and for any other reason, in particular of a technical nature, and at its sole discretion, FAD reserves the right to modify, terminate, suspend or interrupt the '' access to the site at any time and without notice, including in particular the content, functionality or availability hours. FAD is in no way responsible for the consequences for the Visitor that these interruptions could entail.
In any case, FAD cannot be held responsible for any damage, direct or indirect, which may result from access to this Site, or from its use, or from access via this Site to other sites and their use. , damages including in particular, but not limited to, any financial or commercial loss, operating losses, loss of reputation, loss of programs or data in your information system, even if FAD has been informed of the possibility of such occurrences damage.
Article 6 - The alert system
The alert system aims to consolidate the Ethics and Corporate Responsibility approach of the CIF Group and to guarantee all employees and third parties to the CIF Group a right of expression in order to work together towards better risk prevention.
This system presupposes strong individual responsibility; this system can only work if the information communicated has been provided in "good faith", without harmful intention.
The alert system enables CIF Group employees:
To provide employees and any third party with information and advice, in the event of misunderstanding, on the application or interpretation of the rules of the Code of Ethics;
to report facts relating to the crime or offense of a serious and manifest violation of an international engagement duly ratified or approved by France, of a unilateral act of an international organization taken on the basis of such an engagement, of the law or regulation, or a threat or serious prejudice to the general interest, of which she has personal knowledge, whatever the field.
The alert system guarantees confidentiality and respect for the rights of everyone in the processing of the procedures undertaken. The Ethics Committee is responsible for this system.
The whistleblower must, first of all, inform the ethics committee through the means made available to him via the company's website.
It is only in the absence of diligence by the committee receiving the alert within a reasonable time that the author of the alert may address the judicial authority, the administrative authority or the professional orders. As a last resort, in the absence of treatment by one of these authorities within three months, the alert may be made public.
Failing to comply strictly with this graduated procedure, the person making the alert will lose the whistleblower status and the protection attached to it.
Processing the alert
The alert will be received by the members of the Ethics Committee who will examine the file. Upon receipt of the alert, the Ethics Committee will be responsible for acknowledging receipt and registering with the whistleblower within a reasonable time.
If one of the members can be directly implicated by the alert issued, he will de facto be excluded from the investigation procedure.
The alert is carried out by its author in an identified manner, insofar as the procedure applied by the Ethics Committee for the collection of reports guarantees strict confidentiality of the identity of the author of the information, of the persons targeted by the alert and information gathered by the Committee.
The Committee is able to take all protective measures aimed at preventing immediate danger or at securing evidence.
Any alert which clearly falls outside the scope of the procedure, or whose seriousness is dismissed, which is in bad faith of its author or constitutes an abusive or slanderous denunciation, will be destroyed without delay. The Committee will inform its author and will decide the consequences of any alert which is launched in bad faith or with harmful intentions.
If the facts reported fall within the scope of the alert procedure, the employee or third party concerned will be informed as soon as the invitation to an investigation is registered. The Ethics Committee will ensure that the data collected is adequate, relevant and not excessive in relation to the purposes for which it is collected.
From then on the Ethics Committee or its members will be able to check with the whistleblower its point of view on the reported facts.
Data relating to alerts will be destroyed, stored or archived in accordance with the provisions in force.
Thus, as soon as they are collected by the Ethics Committee, the data relating to an alert outside the framework of the procedure will be destroyed. Otherwise, the Ethics Committee is entitled to keep the data for the duration of the procedure and the follow-up given to the result of the investigation, in particular possible legal actions against the person or persons denounced.
Any whistleblower authorizes the Works Council to automatically process alerts and store data until the file and its consequences are closed.
The Ethics Committee set up at group level can be reached by email at the following address:
Article 7 - Applicable law
The Site and its content are created in accordance with the rights and rules applicable in France and in the European Union.
The GCU are subject to French law.