Privacy policy of the Camera Surveillance

  1. Registrar

Honkajoki Oy (0132676-6), Santastentie 197, 38950 Honkajoki.

Phone: 010-834 6400

Findest Protein Oy (0939488-6), Tarhatie 25, 69600 Kaustinen

Phone: 06-861 1181

  1. Contact information in matters concerning the register

Email address:

In all questions related to the processing of personal data and in situations related to exercising one’s own rights, the registrant is advised to contact the above-mentioned e-mail address.

  1. Register name

Camera surveillance registry

  1. Purpose of personal data processing (purpose of use of the register)

The purpose of processing personal data is a recording camera surveillance system. The camera surveillance system covers the yard areas and doors of the Honkajoki Oy and Findest Protein Oy properties. The purpose of camera surveillance is to protect property, prevent abuses and help investigate abuses that have already occurred.

  1. Data content of the register

The image data (without sound) transmitted by the cameras included in the scope of camera surveillance. In addition to the picture, the date and time of the events are stored in the register. Image material used to monitor process equipment is not saved.

  1. Regular sources of information

Image material transmitted by cameras belonging to the camera surveillance system.

  1. Regular data transfers and data transfer

As a rule, information from the register is not disclosed to anyone. Information can only be disclosed within the limits required and permitted by the applicable legislation. Information may be disclosed to the police or other competent authorities for the purpose of investigating crimes. The handover is always based on a specific request made by the authority.

  1. Principles of registry protection

Electronically stored material is password protected. The data is destroyed by storing new data over it.

Right to view recorded image material and processing of registry data: access to the camera surveillance system is limited to persons who are entitled to see and process camera recordings.

  1. Data retention period

The data in the register is stored for about two to four weeks, depending on the capacity of the recorder.

  1. Transfer of personal data to third countries

Personal data is not transferred outside the EU and EEA area.

  1. Right of Inspection

The registered person has the right to check the information recorded about them in the register, the right to demand the correction of incorrect information, the right to demand the deletion of his information from the register and to otherwise rely on his rights protected by the Personal Data Act.

A written request for checking and correcting information should be addressed to the email address mentioned in the contact information (see para. 2).