Data protection policy

Identity of the controller

This website and all its components are the property of the Institute for an industrial safety culture (ICSI).

Head office: 6, allée Emile Monso, BP 34038, Zac du Palays, 31029 TOULOUSE CEDEX 4
Phone: +33 (0)5 32 09 37 70
Email address:
Publication manager: Ivan Boissières

ICSI is a non-profit organization, declared under the number D00310052478 to the French Préfecture de Haute-Garonne. The notice of its creation was published in the Journal Officiel de la République Française (the official gazette of the French Republic) on 28 June, 2003 under the number 2003006.

Intra-community VAT: FR28-449409218
SIRET: 449.409.218.000.20 (APE 9499Z)

Intellectual property – Copyright

The content of this site is covered by French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property.

Information collected and processed on the website : ICSI

Newsletters Subscription Form
Name, First name, Organization, Position, Email Information is collected and processed by ICSI and subject to our data protection policy.
Captcha Information is collected and processed by Google and subject to Google's data protection policy.
Member area identification
login, password Information is collected and processed by ICSI and subject to our data protection policy.

All data that are processed and collected are stored for a fixed period corresponding to the purpose of use of the latter. Your information is kept as long as you are active on our site, but also for any additional period required by our various legal obligations. Once this date has passed, your personal data are completely anonymised. You have a right of rectification and / or deletion that you can exercise by contacting us.

Data processed by third parties (captcha controls, etc.) are subject to the policies of the companies in question.

The ICSI website is designed to be particularly responsive to the needs of its users. To achieve this, we use cookies, which record the pages you visit on our site. The purpose of this section is to explain how we use these cookies, their benefits for you and, if you wish, how to disable them.

A cookie is a computer file in text format that is saved on your hard drive when you visit a website such as ICSI. The cookies that we use allow us to record your data in order to personalize and facilitate your navigation when you visit us next (for example: pages visited, date and time and password). A cookie does not allow us to identify you, it only records your IP address (a number that identifies your computer).

Cookies are stored on your computer for a period of time that varies depending on their function.

There are two types of cookies: cookies that are set by ICSI and cookies that are set by our partners’ applications.

Cookies set by ICSI:

When you first login to the ICSIwebsite, cookies are stored on your hard drive. We use these cookies to :

  • remember your actions on the website

The purpose of these cookies is to improve and simplify your browsing experience as much as possible.

cookie_bandeau__accept 90 days This cookies is set by ICSI.
It records your choice regarding the use of cookies on our site.

Cookies set by our partners’ applications :

To optimize the services provided by the site and any purchases, we may use cookies by our partners to record the pages you visit. Like the cookies set by ICSI, these data are completely anonymous.

These applications allow us to tailor your visit directly to your needs.

Cookies set by our partners :

GOOGLE The information collected by these cookies allows us to :
– measure the audience of the website
– obtain statistics about website traffic
– evaluate interest in the content and different sections of the website

› If you share your computer with other people, take care.

How can I disable cookies ?

Cookies are enabled by default when you visit a site. You have the right to refuse these cookies.

There are several ways to do this :

  • You can delete or disable the storage of cookies by your browser at any time.

  • You can decide to only accept cookies from websites you have previously that you have authorised.

  • You can modify your browser settings to require confirmation from you each time a website wants to set a cookie.

Before telling you how to disable cookies, it is important to note that :

The procedure to disable cookies depends on the browser you are using. Details are given below for each browser :

Internet Explorer :

  1. Click on Tools, then select Internet Options.

  2. Click on the Privacy tab,

  3. Move the slider to High to block all cookies or to the bottom to accept them,

  4. Click OK to close.

Safari :

  1. Click on Safari

  2. Select Preferences then Privacy

  3. Click on Details

  4. Select one or multiple websites that set cookies then click on Remove or Remove all..

  5. Once you have removed the websites, click onEnd.

Chrome :

  1. Click on the Google Chrome menu in the browser’s toolbar.

  2. Select Settings.

  3. Click on Show advanced settings.

  4. In the "Privacy" section, click on Content settings.

  5. In the "Cookies" section, you can change the following settings :

    1. Delete cookies

    2. Block cookies by default

    3. Allow cookies by default

    4. Keep local data by default until the browser is closed

    5. Create exceptions for cookies from certain sites or domains

Firefox :

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click on Tools, then choose Options.

  2. Select the Privacy & Security option.

  3. Select the option Firefox will: Use custom settings for history.

  4. Uncheck the option Accept cookies to disable cookies

  5. Click on OK to close the “Options” window.

Opera :

  1. Click on Preferences,

  2. Then select Advanced,

  3. Then select Cookies,

  4. Next you have several options :

    1. Accept cookies

    2. All cookies are accepted by default

    3. Accept cookies only from the site I visit

    4. Third-party cookies from an external domain will be blocked

    5. Never accept cookies

    6. All cookies are blocked