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CCTV Privacy Policy
(personal data and video surveillance)

General Information

This CCTV Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as the Policy) is one of the measures taken by the Company to protect personal data, as prescribed for by Article 17 of the Law of the Republic of Belarus dated May 7, 2021 No. 99-Z “On the Protection of Personal Data” (hereinafter referred to as the Law).
The Policy explains the purposes for which personal data is collected, used or otherwise processed by the Company, and also reflects the rights of personal data subjects in connection with this and the mechanism for their implementation.
If you have any questions about how and in what way we use your data, please contact us.
The operator is BLS Solutions Limited Liability Company. Postal address of the Company: 220007, Minsk, St. Tolstoy, 8-2, 2nd Floor; web-site:; e-mail:

The following terms and definitions are used in the Policy:

  • Employee - a person who carries out labor activities in the Company or is hired to work under a civil law contract;
  • Visitor - a person who came to the Company for any purpose, including the applicant.
    The remaining terms are used in this Policy in the meanings used in the legislation of the Republic of Belarus.

2. Purposes and grounds for the implementation of video surveillance

During video surveillance, the following personal data is collected: the image of the subject of personal data. The Company does not collect biometric data during video surveillance (technologies for the unique identification of persons depicted in the video recording are not used).
The purpose of video surveillance is to ensure the safety of employees, visitors, and ensure the safety of property. The legal basis for the collection of such data is paragraph 20 of Article 6 and paragraph 1 of Article 17 of the Law.
In particular, video surveillance system is used for the following:
monitoring compliance by the Company's employees with the established rules and requirements of local legal acts, labor and performance discipline, rules for conducting operations related to the receipt and processing of documentation, cash transactions;
suppression of illegal actions on the part of employees and visitors;
ensuring the safety of property and valuables, increasing the efficiency of actions in the event of non-standard situations and ensuring the objectivity of the investigation in case of their occurrence.

Video Surveillance Procedures

Video surveillance is carried out day and night and continuously with the use of open video surveillance cameras.
Surveillance cameras are installed in places open to the public in the following areas:
main entrance with video surveillance direction from the hall;
corridors with video surveillance directed to emergency exits;
places of work of the employees of the Company accepting documents from applicants;
places of storage of inventory and (or) personal belongings of employees.
In other premises of the Company where the Company's employees do not perform their official duties (toilet rooms, utility rooms and other premises intended for the personal needs of employees), video surveillance is not conducted.
Employees are informed about ongoing video surveillance by reviewing the relevant information.
Visitors are additionally informed about the ongoing video surveillance by placing special information signs before entering the premises intended for receiving visitors, as well as in the service areas. In these premises, CCTV cameras may also be marked with special signs.

Personal Data Processing Rules

The processing of data obtained as part of video surveillance is carried out by us in accordance with the Law and this Policy. We are committed to taking reasonable steps to ensure that your information is accurate and up-to-date, and not to keep it longer than necessary.
Video recordings are stored for 30 days, after which they are automatically deleted.
However, in some cases we need to keep your information for a longer period. So, if information is received about the possible recording by video surveillance cameras of a situation that has signs of committing a disciplinary offense, an administrative offense, a criminal offense, on the oral instruction of the Director of the Company (the person acting in his duties) for such video recordings, the storage period can be extended for the period of the relevant events .
It is forbidden to use devices designed to secretly obtain information.
Video recordings cannot be used by employees for personal and other purposes not related to professional activities, and are not subject to modification, use, distribution and provision, except as provided for by legislative acts.
Unauthorized access to the settings of video cameras, video recording modes and control of peripheral devices of the system is prohibited for any persons, except for authorized employees of the security department and employees of organizations (legal entities) performing maintenance work on the Company's video surveillance systems. The functions of ensuring storage security, setting and changing system parameters, configuring the system, managing archiving parameters, managing access accounts to the video surveillance system (logins / passwords) and assigning access rights are carried out by authorized employees of the information security service.

Your rights related to the processing of personal data in the context of video surveillance.

Right to information
The Company, at your request, can tell you what information the organization has about you and how it is processed. If the Company has personal data about you, you can request the following information:

  • location of the Company;
  • confirmation of the fact of processing the personal data of the applicant by the Company;
  • his personal data and the source of their receipt;
  • legal grounds and purposes of personal data processing;
  • the period for which his consent was given (if the processing of personal data is carried out on the basis of consent);
  • name and location of the authorized person(s);
  • other information stipulated by the legislation.

Due to the fact that the Company does not use video surveillance to uniquely identify persons depicted on video recordings, and the storage period for video recordings is limited, the statement of the essence of the requirements of the subject of personal data must contain the date and time period of recording the image of the subject of personal data. The time period is defined within an hour interval.

Right to be informed about the provision of data to third parties
Once a year, you have the right to receive information about the provision of your personal data processed by the Company to third parties. Provision of relevant information is free of charge;

Right to terminate processing
You have the right to demand from the Company a free termination of the processing of your personal data, including their deletion, in the absence of grounds for the processing of personal data provided for by the Law and other legislative acts.

Right to appeal
If you believe that our actions regarding the processing of your personal data violate the law or your rights, you can file a complaint with the National Personal Data Protection Center of the Republic of Belarus.

How can you exercise your rights related to the processing of personal?

In order to exercise your rights, the legislation establishes the procedure for submitting applications.
The application must be made in writing or in the form of an electronic document (with an electronic digital signature).
The application must contain:
surname, first name, patronymic (if any), address of the place of residence (place of stay);
date of birth;
identification number, in the absence of such a number - the number of the identity document, in cases where this information was indicated when giving your consent to the Company or the processing of personal data is carried out without consent;
statement of the essence of the requirements;
personal signature or electronic digital signature (for an electronic document).
The response to the application is sent in the form corresponding to the application form, unless otherwise indicated in the application itself.


Issues related to the processing of personal data that are not governed by the Policy are regulated by the legislation of the Republic of Belarus. If you have any questions or require further information about the Company's data processing, you can contact our data protection officer, whose contact details are given below:

Telephone +375 333533434
Address 220007, Minsk, St. Tolstoy, 8-2, 2nd Floor, Belarus