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  • 14th February 2014 – CCTV
    Returns Top 100 Magazines Manual Handling Provincial Newspaper Margins Magazine Category and Planogram Daily Task List Articles CSNA Shelflife Page Newsletters Events Contact Us Membership Photo Gallery 14th February 2014 CCTV Home News 14th February 2014 CCTV Members will be aware that there are restrictions to the way that images taken by CCTV recording devices are used but may not have considered the legal implications to both them and their employees if they use the images captured on CCTV inappropriately The Date Protection Commision have issued a series of case histories regarding CCTV used in commercial situations they are available to view at https www dataprotection ie docs Data Protection CCTV 242 htm In view of the current controversy concerning the posting of CCTV images by a businessman of 4 burglars attempting to enter his premises and the attitude of the Date Protection Commissioner to the unauthorised use of these solid citizens images it is best to familiarise yourself with what you can and cannot do before falling foul of the law February 14 2014 Permalink No tags No comments Tweet this article Written by csna View all posts by csna No Comments Yet Leave a comment Click here to

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  • 24th January 2014 – Jury Service
    Handling Provincial Newspaper Margins Magazine Category and Planogram Daily Task List Articles CSNA Shelflife Page Newsletters Events Contact Us Membership Photo Gallery 24th January 2014 Jury Service Home News 24th January 2014 Jury Service We would like to remind members that they have a legal obligation to pay members of staff that have been selected to attend Court as a Jury Panellist The County Registrar provides a Certificate of Attendance to Jurors on request If a staff member is selected to serve on a Jury that member must receive payment by their employer for the hours served on a Jury that corresponded with their rostered paid hours Members of CSNA that have DAS insurance or who have shop insurance through RSA will be able to claim the full amount paid to staff members and themselves It can be considered to be a Contempt Of Court to refuse to pay a Juror that elects to serve The employees time away from work whilst serving on a Jury does not affect any other employment rights such as holiday entitlements etc January 24 2014 Permalink No tags No comments Tweet this article Written by csna View all posts by csna No Comments Yet

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  • CSNA | Serving the country
    and pension providers to assist payroll in filing the 2015 P35 and P35L The note details information concerning medical insurance refunds bank details pension tracing numbers Local Property Tax the PRSI exemption marker and supplementary returns gview file http www csna ie wp content uploads 2016 02 Revenue P35 pdf save 0 Read more February 3 2016 Permalink No tags No comments Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Section 20 as initiated in PDF format Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Section 20 as initiated in PDF format gview file http www csna ie wp content uploads 2015 12 Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Section 20 as initiated in PDF format pdf Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Explanatory Memorandum Section 20 in PDF format gview file http www csna ie wp content uploads 2015 12 Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Explanatory Memorandum Section 20 in PDF format pdf Read more December 22 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Shelflife September 2015 more Read more October 14 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Shelflife August 2015 more Read more October 14 2015 Permalink No tags No comments How to Enrich Publishers more Read more October 13 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Brian Lally exploited by nefarious retailers more Read more October 9 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Bruton launches new era for employment rights and industrial relations more Read more October 2 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Members Deals EXCEL Recruitment The importance of recruiting the right staff is something we all know but finding the right person is not always so easy Excel Recruitment is one of our Members Deals who specialise in Convenience Stores Recruitment After 14 years in business Excel Recruitment is still lauded as Read more September 12 2014 Permalink No tags No comments Members Deals

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  • 10th January 2014 – CCTV – Warning On Use
    intended to capture images of intruders or of individuals damaging property or removing goods without authorisation Such uses are more likely to meet the test of proportionality Other uses may fail the test of proportionality For example using a CCTV system to constantly monitor employees is highly intrusive and would need to be justified by reference to special circumstances If the monitoring is for health and safety reasons a data controller would need to demonstrate that the installation of CCTV was proportionate in addressing health and safety issues that had arisen prior to the installation of the system Transparency Section 2D of the Acts requires that certain essential information is supplied to a data subject before any personal data are recorded This information includes the identity of the data controller the purposes for which data are processed any third parties to whom the data may be supplied This can usually be achieved by placing easily read and well lit signs in prominent positions A sign at all entrances will normally suffice If the identity of the data controller and the usual purpose for processing security is obvious all that need be placed on the sign is a statement that CCTV is in operation as well as a contact such as a phone number for persons wishing to discuss this processing This contact can be for either the security company operating the cameras or the owner of the premises If the purpose or purposes is not obvious there is a duty on the data controller to make this clear A CCTV camera in a premises is often assumed to be used for security purposes Use for monitoring staff performance or conduct is not an obvious purpose and staff must be informed before any data are recorded for this purpose Similarly if the purpose of CCTV is also for health and safety reasons this should be clearly stated and made known Storage and Retention Section 2 1 c IV of the Data Protection Acts states that data shall not be kept for longer than is necessary for the purposes for which they were obtained A data controller needs to be able to justify this retention period For a normal security system it would be difficult to justify retention beyond a month except where the images identify an issue such as a break in or theft and is retained specifically in the context of an investigation of that issue The storage medium should be stored in a secure environment with a log of access kept Access should be restricted to authorised personnel Supply of CCTV Images to An Garda Síochána If the Gardaí want CCTV images for a specific investigation it is up to the data controller to satisfy himself that there is a genuine investigation underway For practical purposes a phone call to the requesting Garda s station may be sufficient provided that you speak to a member in the District Office the station sergeant or a higher ranking officer as all

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  • 2013 Archive | CSNA
    Shelflife Page Newsletters Events Contact Us Membership Photo Gallery Yearly Archives 2013 Home 2013 15th November 2013 Because You re Worth It It is only when we look closely at our business costs that certain matters jump up and demand closer scrutiny Fifteen years ago a small number of statutory Agencies and Semi State bodies chose to outsource their revenue collecting services through companies such as Paypoint Alphyra and An

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  • 15th November 2013 – Because You’re Worth It?
    business costs that certain matters jump up and demand closer scrutiny Fifteen years ago a small number of statutory Agencies and Semi State bodies chose to outsource their revenue collecting services through companies such as Paypoint Alphyra and An Post The remuneration for this bill pay service was ordinarily 15pence to be credited to the retailer providing the service The average bill being paid nowadays is substantially larger that it was in 1998 due to rising energy costs VAT on most of the products increased consumption and rising service costs What has also changed very significantly is the cost of banking and lodging cash Many retailers will soon no longer be able to lodge cash at their bank but will require the services of a cash in transit company to carry out this task due to cost saving efficiencies being implemented by the banks and even those that can still avoid this additional cost will still be stuck with paying almost 50cent per 100 lodged This brings us to our central observation how can any service provider expect that the same rate that was acceptable 15 years ago is a fair return today Our costs have gone up wage rates have increased by more than 150 in the same timescale local Authority rates have increased rents are higher energy is more expensive and practically every aspect of doing business has caused additional expenditure to us it is time to seriously question whether the 19cent being provided to retailers for the provision of Bill paying facilities is fair and reasonable in todays environment Most of the services that utilise our stores for Bill Pay are saving very considerably by not having to provide Cash offices and having to staff them no longer have security and banking costs associated with the cash

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  • Category Archive for "News" | CSNA
    by way of a photo I D that Read more February 14 2014 Permalink No tags No comments 14th February 2014 CCTV Members will be aware that there are restrictions to the way that images taken by CCTV recording devices are used but may not have considered the legal implications to both them and their employees if they use the images captured on CCTV inappropriately The Date Protection Commision have issued a series of case histories regarding CCTV used in Read more February 14 2014 Permalink No tags No comments 24th January 2014 Jury Service We would like to remind members that they have a legal obligation to pay members of staff that have been selected to attend Court as a Jury Panellist The County Registrar provides a Certificate of Attendance to Jurors on request If a staff member is selected to serve on a Jury that member must receive payment by their Read more January 24 2014 Permalink No tags No comments 10th January 2014 Dublin City Rates The Annual Budget meeting to consider the level of rates to be sought from Dublin businesses will be held next Tuesday The current rates being charged by Dublin City Council stands at 17 higher than inflation figures 1995 2013 We are given to understand that the Fine Gael group are to demand further decreases in the levels of rates Read more January 10 2014 Permalink No tags No comments 10th January 2014 CCTV Warning On Use CCTV Warning On Use We have asked our insurers to provide us with a précis of retailer s obligations when using CCTV in the meantime we are providing you with details taken from the Data Protection Commission website Data Protection and CCTV The use of CCTV systems has greatly expanded in recent years So has

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  • Laura Fogarty Archive | CSNA
    an important notice to employers and pension providers to assist payroll in filing the 2015 P35 and P35L The note details information concerning medical insurance refunds bank details pension tracing numbers Local Property Tax the PRSI exemption marker and supplementary returns gview file http www csna ie wp content uploads 2016 02 Revenue P35 pdf save 0 Read more February 3 2016 Permalink No tags No comments Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Section 20 as initiated in PDF format Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Section 20 as initiated in PDF format gview file http www csna ie wp content uploads 2015 12 Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Section 20 as initiated in PDF format pdf Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Explanatory Memorandum Section 20 in PDF format gview file http www csna ie wp content uploads 2015 12 Public Health Alcohol Bill 2015 Explanatory Memorandum Section 20 in PDF format pdf Read more December 22 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Shelflife September 2015 more Read more October 14 2015 Permalink No tags No comments Shelflife August 2015 more Read more October 14 2015 Permalink No tags No comments How to Enrich Publishers more Read more October 13 2015 Permalink

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