Document Shredding: Complete Compliance Confidence
Anytime documents and files need to be shredded, there are a number of laws and regulations that need to be observed. So many businesses work with documents and files that contain peoples’ private and sensitive information. Rules for handling confidential document disposal have been put into place to help protect that information and the privacy rights of those individuals. Full compliance with these rules is crucial.
Ignore these laws and regulations, and your business will be in danger of facing severe penalties and costly fines. Shred With Us knows all the Federal laws and regulations pertaining to secure document destruction, as well as the many local, regional, and state laws of South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia. We are devoted to assisting all businesses in properly disposing documents and files.
Two Ways to Shred in Full Compliance
When you choose Shred With Us, you can have your documents and files shredded in the manner that best suits your needs. Choose between onsite shredding or offsite shredding. With either method, you’ll have the confidence that our methods are in compliance with HIPAA and other mandatory laws and regulations:
- The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003, also known as FACTA.
- The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, also known as HIPPA.
- The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, also known as GLB.
- The Privacy Act of 1974.
- The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, also known as RCRA.
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act , also known as FERPA.
No matter what sector your business is in, Shred With Us will be able to offer you shredding solutions that keep your business in full compliance.
Compliant Shredding or Fines
Working with a reputable document and file shredding company like Shred With Us will not only help lighten your load, but it will also keep you in full compliance enabling you to avoid fines and other penalties. As an example of the severity of improperly destroying documents and files, those who do not follow the FACTA guidelines can be subject to fines of $1000 to $2500 per record. That is only for one record. Image the fine for improper disposal of several hundred, or even several thousand, records at a time.
Shredding with Peace of Mind and Proof
Shred With Us always keeps all laws and regulations in mind when shredding your unwanted documents and files. When we are finished shredding your documents and files you are given a certificate of destruction document giving you full proof that your business destroyed those documents and files in the proper manner. This not only leaves you with peace of mind, but also proof of compliant document shredding.