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Oct 25 2011

CCTV será requisito imprescindible para business permit en Metro Manila (FIlipinas) a partir del 2012

Disponer de un sistema de CCTV en Quezon City (parte de Metro Manila) será uno de los requisitos indispensables que deberá cumplir un negocio para obtener su licencia de apertura a partir de enero del 2012. Si bien hasta ahora los cuerpos policiales simplemente animaban a cualquier negocio a instalar CCTV para mejorar su seguridad, a partir del próximo enero será obligatorio en establecimientos de alto riesgo, entre los que se incluyen tiendas de coches, escuelas, gasolineras, bancos, colmados, etc.

Todos aquellos negocios ya existentes afectados por esta nueva normativa y que no dispongan de un sistema de CCTV, dispondrán de un plazo de tiempo para instalarselo, o en un futuro no se les renovarán sus licencias.

MANILA, Philippines — Beginning January 2012, the Quezon City government will make it mandatory for all establishment owners to install closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) in their premises or face the non-renewal of their business permits.

Tadeo Palma secretary to the mayor said that the city’s Business Permit and Licensing Office (BPLO) will strictly enforce a no CCTV no business permit policy as ordered by Mayor Herbert Bautista.

The directive is in line with the city’s peace and order campaign particularly in minimizing crime incidence, especially carjacking and kidnapping cases.

Palma said that the implementation of CCTV requirement will be prioritized in all high-risk establishments such as car dealership stores, both high-end and trade-ins, as well as schools, convenience stores, gasoline stations and banks.

The BPLO has started last August in conducting inspections of establishments which were given business permits this year to check on their compliance with the CCTV requirement.

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