Where to go for standards of excellence in CCTV installation and service
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A study by Dr Emmeline Taylor on the use of CCTV in schools in England and Wales found many schools were failing under the Data Protection Act (DPA) to inform pupils and visitors that they were being monitored. Dr Taylor, as part of her PHD, surveyed 24 secondary schools, of which 23 had CCTV in operation. Gordon Ferrie, chief executive of CameraWatch, the UK’s independent advisory body on DPA compliance for CCTV, said: “It is no excuse to pass the buck to others when the law is clear.”
The CCTV Surveillance commitment to quality affects all aspects of the business and this can be evidenced through our commitment to achieving external recognition of the company. Among these is the ISO 9001 Accreditation ISO 9001, which is a quality assurance model that applies to organisations that produce, install, and service products. CCTV Surveillance was assessed by National Quality Assurance Ltd and achieved the ISO 9001 certification in September 2005. By achieving certification and accreditation standards we are meeting international standards of excellence in our service.