Privacy Policy

Your privacy is of the utmost importance to DO2 Contrôle

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to inform you of our practices with respect to personal or confidential information about you or your company.

Automatically exchanged data
When you access this website, your computer and our server automatically exchange data. This exchange is necessary for the server to send you a file compatible with the computer equipment you are using. The data exchanged is as follows:

  • identification of your Internet service provider;
  • your IP address (a numerical address that can be used to precisely locate a computer connected to the Internet, e.g.;
  • the type of browser (e.g. Firefox, Explorer) and operating system (e.g. Windows, Mac OS) you are using;
  • the pages you visit;
  • the date and time you access these pages;
  • the address of the referring site, if you access this site from another Web site.

Most information transmitted automatically between computers does not reveal your identity. It is only collected because of the technological requirements inherent in Internet browsing.

DO2 Contrôle keeps this data for statistical purposes. It is used to count the number of visits and to identify the most frequently visited pages, the technology used by visitors, the addresses of referring sites and the country of origin of visitors.

Use of cookies
Cookies are used to facilitate navigation on the pages of this service. These cookies do not collect any personal information about you. You can set your browser to block cookies at any time. However, doing so may deprive you of certain functions offered on the site.

If you use a computer in a public place or share a computer with other users, be sure to erase your browsing history before ending each session.

Use of google analytics
DO2 Contrôle uses Google Analytics, a web analytics tool, on this website.

Google Analytics uses “cookies” to collect information about your use of this website, which is stored on servers located in the United States. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.

The information collected by the tool includes, for example, the pages you visit, the date, time, duration and frequency of your visits, and the links you click on. The type and language of your computer’s operating system, the name of your Internet service provider and your geographical location (region) are also part of the information collected. Your IP address is also collected, but anonymized (truncated) to ensure the confidentiality of your information. Anonymizing an IP address prevents the identity of an Internet user from being known through it.

Google will only use the information collected to produce statistics and reports on navigation on this site, which will enable DO2 Contrôle to improve its electronic service provision. Under no circumstances will Google link the information collected on this site with any other data held by Google.

If you wish, you can prevent Google from recording information about your browsing by installing the Google Analytics deactivation browser add-on on your computer.

Hotjar is an analysis and feedback tool that provides other types of information on user behavior. Hotjar records user movements, such as mouse movements and pointing, clicks and engagement with interactive web page elements. It also offers context-sensitive polls and comment boxes. Hotjar masks information entered in forms that may contain sensitive data, such as passwords, so that they do not appear in user behavior records. Hotjar uses a unique identifier to track users from one browsing session to the next, but does not retain full IP addresses.

Personal data collected: cookies and usage data

Place of processing: European Union

For more information, please consult Hotjar’s privacy policy. You can also refuse to have your data collected by Hotjar. (Please note that Hotjar does not track users who have disabled their cookies or record their behavior).

Privacy officer
The Privacy Act gives you the following rights:

  • respect for the confidentiality of personal information;
  • rectification of your personal information if it is incomplete, inaccurate or equivocal, or if its collection, communication or retention is not authorized by the Act.

The person responsible for applying the Privacy Act is also responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy.

If you have any questions or concerns about the processing or updating of your personal information, please contact :

Nathalie Poirier
Human Resources Manager
Phone : 1 418 276-9992