Privacy information

Equalis works to ensure that your privacy is protected when you use of our online services and that you will know what information we save during your visit.



A cookie (cookie file) is a small text file that is saved on your computer or mobile device and retrieved from it on subsequent visits to the current site. Equalis uses cookies to enhance and simplify your visit. We do not use cookies to store personal data or to distribute data to third parties.

There are two types of cookies: permanent and temporary (session cookies). Session cookies are temporarily saved and disappear when you close the browser. Permanent cookies are saved as files on your computer or mobile device for a long time. We use permanent cookies when you save a web form and session cookies when using Equalis Online.

You can easily delete cookies from your computer or mobile device through the browser. For instructions on how to manage and delete cookies, go to the "Help" option in your browser. You can choose to disable cookies or get a notification each time a new cookie is sent to your computer or mobile device. Please note that if you choose to disable cookies, you will not be able to use all features on our site.

For more information about cookies and the Electronic Communications Act, visit the National Post and Telecom Agency website:


Cookies from third party

We use third-party cookies to collect visitor statistics with the Google Analytics tool. The cookies used are both permanent and temporary cookies (session cookies). Visitor statistics consist of a visitor ID associated with:

- How you found the page (from search engine, link or previous page)

- Your number of visits before and your first visit

- How long you have stayed on a page

- How fast a page is loaded



The site may contain links to other sites that we are not in control of. We are not responsible for the privacy or content of these sites, but we provide these links, for example to make it easier for our visitors to find more information about specific topics.