Video Surveillance Policy
UNDERGROUND Shooting Club (the ‘Club’) controls the premises with video surveillance cameras. The video surveillance system is maintained and operated according to the
- Act I of 2012 on the Labor Code
- Act CXII of 2011 on information self-determination and freedom of information
- Act CXXXIII of 2005 on the Rules of Personal and Property Protection Activities and Private Investigation
- Directive 2002/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
Club premises are accessible for members as well as spectators and guests. For this reason, the Club has notified The Hungarian National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information about the management and handling of video surveillance data. Club members have been notified about the operation and regulation of the video surveillance system. New members are informed about the video surveillance system in the Membership Application Form, which is countersigned upon application. Appropriate signs and notice of video surveillance are posted in areas subject to video monitoring.
Video Surveillance Policy in Detail
The Club respects the personal rights of members. The means and conditions for any restriction of personal rights, and the expected duration have been communicated to the members. (Act I of 2012 on the Labor Code, 9. § (1)-(2))
The Club monitors the behaviour of members only to the extent pertaining to the sport activity. The private life of members is not violated. (Act I of 2012 on the Labor Code, 11. § (1))
The actions of control, and the means and methods used, may not be at the expense of human dignity.
The Club adheres to the principles of data processing set out by the Act CXII of 2011 on information self-determination and freedom of information (4. § (1)-(2)).
Recorded video footage is stored for 5 days. In exceptional cases, the storage duration may exceed 5 days. The purpose of this can always be justified.
The disclosure or transfer of recorded video footage to third parties (Police, OSH organisations) is regulated by the applicable law. Recorded footage can be viewed in case of misdemeanour, criminal offence or an accident.
The video surveillance system operated by the club conforms to the principles of data processing set out by the Act CXII of 2011 on information self-determination and freedom of information (4. § (1)-(2)). Personal data may be processed only for specified and explicit purposes, where it is necessary for the exercising of certain rights and fulfilment of obligations.
The purpose limitation principle and the data balancing test require that all cameras are aimed at the target area only. This way, we only monitor own equipment or areas in use.
Controlled Areas and Camera Positions
- Above the main entrance door, external side: monitors the area in front of the main entrance;
- In front of the main entrance door, above the stairs: monitors the entrance door and the staircase;
- The wall opposite the entrance door of the club area: monitors the club area and entrance door;
- The wall opposite the entrance of the ammunition handloading workshop: monitors the workshop, the entrance of the workshop and the middle section of the club area;
- Above the gun storage door in the gun shop: monitors the area of the gun shop and the entrance;
- The wall opposite the entrance of the cloakroom: monitors the cloakroom and the lower section of the staircase;
- Above the restroom door right to the entrance of the safety zone: monitors the safety zone and the entrance as well as the entrance of the shooting range;
8-11. On both sides of the shooting range ceiling, every 3 meters: monitors the relevant section of the shooting range.
An information booklet is handed out to members, detailing the exact location of the video cameras, and the purpose and target area of each camera.
The primary aim of employing a video surveillance system is the protection of human lives, physical safety, liberty and personal property.
The Club does not employ a camera that would monitor the behaviour of one member only, or one that would influence the behaviour of club members.
Video surveillance cameras are not employed in areas, where human dignity may be compromised (e.g. changing rooms, shower rooms and restrooms).
The viewing of recorded video footage is managed according to the Act CXII of 2011 on information self-determination and freedom of information. Only a small group of individuals are awarded the right to make decisions. This Video Surveillance Policy details the persons authorised to view recorded video footage as well as the purpose and time intervals.
Details of Authorised Personnel
János Barbarics, managing director
Balázs Fábián, owner
Purpose of viewing:
- the protection of human lives, physical safety, liberty and personal property
- analysis of disputes
Time limitation: 5 days
Should non-members enter camera-controlled areas, they receive relevant information according to the Act CXXXIII of 2005 on the Rules of Personal and Property Protection Activities and Private Investigation. By entering the premises, clients and guests accept and consent to video recording. Appropriate signs and notice of video surveillance are posted in areas subject to video monitoring.
This policy is effective from 01.01.2018.