If you use closed-circuit television cameras, you must have visible CCTV warning signs in place to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, Human Rights Act 1998, and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. CCTV signs are usually placed at the entrance point of the CCTV operating zone, as well as at other points around the site to remind visitors that cameras are in use.
Label Source's CCTV signs are highly visible and easily legible; they are also waterproof and vandal-resistant, ensuring that your notices will not become degraded and unreadable. Each design is available in several different sizes, allowing you to buy CCTV signs that are perfectly suited to your premises. Some of our signs enable visitors to identify and contact your video operator if necessary.
CCTV cameras are used to aid crime prevention in a variety of public spaces, including shops, banks, airports, casinos, railway stations, self-storage facilities and industrial estates. Regardless of the setting, CCTV warning signs are mandatory wherever closed-circuit cameras are in use.
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