Guide: What You Need To Know About Using CCTV Devices In Aged Care
September 26, 2019 | Guest Bloggers at Mirus
Kinny Legal is an award-winning virtual law firm that offers leading expertise in the aged care law, health law, and retirement law. Their clients are the disruptors, the visionaries, the innovators that will change our world. Their role is to make sure they have the legal structures and protections they need to reach their full potential, so we can all reap the benefits. Please welcome Guest Blogger Jessica Kinny, Solicitor Director of Kinny Legal.
While there are a number of potential benefits to using CCTV devices in nursing homes, there are also a number of potential risks – especially if the aged care provider installs CCTV devices before they are in a position to comply with the myriad of additional obligations that apply to its use of the technology. Non-compliance can have a number of undesirable outcomes including: fines; imprisonment; reputational damage; expensive legal fees; and losing the trust of residents and the general public.
We were concerned that some aged care providers might install CCTV devices without knowing all the additional obligations they are taking on (or how to comply with them). So, we decided to prepare this guide. We hope you find it useful.
To download the guide, please click here.
Need more help?
If you require legal advice or wish to discuss any of the issues raised in this article, please call Kinny Legal on 02 9199 4563 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. They are recognised experts in aged care law and privacy law, and they would be delighted to answer any questions you have.