The display and recording of images through the use of Video Surveillance Systems configure the processing of personal data and for this reason it is mandatory that your company respects all the provisions of the law envisaged by Legislative Decree 196/03 (Privacy Code) on Privacy and by Law 300/70 (Workers’ Statute) on remote control of workers.
The PrivacyControl team of video surveillance experts is able to support your company in all the mandatory Privacy Requirements for the adaptation of your Video recording systems both perimeter and within the Company.
Among our privacy consultancy services also includes the drafting and sending of authorization requests to the various Territorial Labor Departments. In these cases, the management of the request to the DTL is entrusted to our consultants experts, who will allow your company to complete the installation of surveillance cameras in full compliance with the privacy legislation.
In fact, if the video cameras directly record one or more employees while they work, or even just the perimeter access point, it is necessary to first sign an agreement with the company union representatives (RSA or RSU) or, failing that, request the authorization with an official request to your DTL (Territorial Labor Directorate).
N.B.: The cameras positioned in the offices CANNOT frame bathrooms, changing rooms or corridors in front of these two rooms.
Our method of consulting on Video Surveillance Privacy provides for a continuous support path to support your staff in all the following design activities , management and maintenance of your Video Surveillance System:
- Organization chart Video surveillance Privacy
- Privacy Security Measures of the Video Surveillance System
- Risk Analysis Privacy Video Surveillance
- Signs and Privacy Video Surveillance Information
- Assignments and Appointments Privacy Video surveillance
- Privacy Video Surveillance Training
- Trade Union Agreement or Authorization from the Labor Inspectorate
- Inspection support
Do not take unnecessary risks waiting for the last moment to adapt, in case of non-compliance with the privacy obligations, the European Privacy Regulation provides for administrative fines of up to € 20,000,000 or up to 4% of your turnover if greater than this amount.