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For FSR 5.4.4 local law does not allow me to store any CCTV images. Is this sufficient evidence for a waiver to be approved?

No, a waiver for 5.4.4 or 5.4.7 must detail the actual legal position for the country and location. The legal position must be investigated by the LSP/Applicant and referenced in the waiver. For example, if CCTV images cannot be stored due to a Workers Council decision. Then it is expected this is a recent decision that was documented as part of the FSR audit compliance process (not several years ago). If other legal controls can be achieved to legally allow CCTV images to be stored, then it is expected the LSP/ Applicant will know these details and be able to explain why or why not they cannot be achieved.


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