File Centre shredding standards include:

  • Audit trail
  • Certificates of destruction
  • Data protection policy incorporating Duty of Care Principle 7 of the Data Protection Act
  • Registration with Data Protection Agency and adherence to data protection policy incorporating Duty of Care DPA 7th principle
  • ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 company
  • Recycled material where possible
  • Registered with the Environment Agency
  • Material destroyed within one working day of arrival at File Centre
  • Recorded CCTV monitoring of the perimeter, with additional coverage provided for the destruction area
  • E-receipts for collections

File Centre staff:

  • are Criminal Records Bureau vetted personnel in accordance with BS7858
  • are uniformed and carry photographic File Centre identification
  • are restricted in the number of authorised personnel who can access the destruction facility
  • have signed Confidentiality Agreements

The material for destruction is:

  • protected from unauthorised access
  • kept in a secure caged destruction area
  • shredded to DIN level 3

File Centre vehicles:

  • are tracked in real time
  • are hard-bodied where used for the transportation of paper
  • are fitted with immobilisers, have central locking and are alarmed

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