The answer is yes. However, to install video surveillance cameras in your company, under state law, we must meet the following requirements:
First, we must report that the company has surveillance cameras.
How? Informational posters.
Where? In places of access, placed clearly visible. Thus, the aforementioned signs should be placed so that people will come into the company to see the poster and may decide to enter or not before being recorded.
Poster area to print with video surveillance
This poster is usually and can be used to inform people that the place you will have access video surveillance cameras.
The two lines that have blank should be filled. The first with the full name of the company and the second with the address of it. Thus, we report the use of video surveillance cameras and the company that collects these images, as current law requires.
The mailing address of the company should be because that’s where people who have been recorded should be addressed in case you want to exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition.
High file in the General Data Protection Register
Second, we must register a file in the General Data Protection Register of the Data Protection Agency. Enlist the file is completely free and often is the very security company that installed the cameras which is responsible to register the file, but we must ensure that is so.
When discharged the file in the Data Protection Agency which is done it is to inform the Agency that the company has a video surveillance system and the purpose of that video surveillance. This is very important because video surveillance must have a purpose or several, but need to be fleshed (enterprise security, control access of people to the business, labor control, etc.).
Indicate the purpose is very important because if, for example, use surveillance cameras to monitor the workforce, it should be noted (report) workers this end. So much so, that if after use the recordings to prove misconduct of the worker and justify his dismissal, if was not warned of the use of cameras, the dismissal may be void and the company can be sanctioned by the Spanish Data Protection Agency, to use surveillance cameras with a different purpose and have not revealed it warned those affected, for example, workers.
Document security update
Finally, the file video surveillance should be added, as well as the company responsible for managing the system in the Security Document Company (document outlining the security measures of the company regarding the personal data it collects and treats such as customers, employees, etc. and it is mandatory to have and update at least once a year).