Keeping Your Data Safe
It could be a good time to do some business spring cleaning and make sure that the records and confidential items you deal with in the course of your business are disposed of with a shredding service you can trust. If you’ve been accumulating documents which contain things like customer data you no longer need, you could even be in breach of international data law, as well as posing a threat to your identity. Take the time to have a sort out. The documents you do still need should be stored securely, and those that you no longer want to keep should be disposed of with our shredding services.
Keeping It Confidential
Businesses generate all kinds of confidential waste in the course of their operations. Items such as customer records, payroll data, personal address details or medical records are all protected by law. The Data Protection Act is in place to safeguard all our information from being incorrectly handled. If these documents are not disposed of with secure shredding, the information in them can fall quickly into the wrong hands and be misused for unlawful gain. As a business, it is your responsibility to ensure that this information is handled correctly and disposed of securely. The penalties for not doing so include huge fines which could cripple your business and untold reputational damage. More than that, we are all connected to organisations as partners and customers who also handle our data, and we hope they use it well and dispose of records carefully, so we must also do the same when it comes to our own data management.
Document Shredding Services For Your Business
Your business can benefit from different types of paper shredding. Commercial paper shredding can remove your waste at scale and process it with the minimum of disruption. Our document disposal solutions are also easy – simply place the documents you need to get rid of in the sealed container and our operatives will collect it for disposal. Data security is a pillar of integrity for your business and secure document shredding should be a big part of your strategy around security. Keeping records or disposing of them for customers, suppliers and employees carefully is great business practice. It’s easy to arrange and 100 per cent secure, so you have one less thing to worry about.