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Quick Guide to Document Shredding

As documents grow in an office over time, shredding becomes more important so that sensitive customer and employee data does not fall into the wrong hands.
By finding the right document shredding system, businesses can keep their offices from accumulating too much unnecessary paperwork, while also preventing client and employee information from being dispensed.

Document Shredding Options

If you go with a smaller, lower-priced shredder, consider the fact that it will take the employee/s shredding longer to do the job, cutting into their time to do other work. Even when using a bigger shredder, it is important to not let the paperwork accumulate to where you have a massive pile to destroy.
Businesses can also opt for an on-site mobile shredding service. With this equipment, it can remove some 2,000 pounds of paper an hour. Locked bins are placed inside the office area and can be emptied on a regular schedule.

Another option is express shredding, where the paperwork is transported from an office to the shredding plant for destruction. One issue here is that the business owner does not witness the shredding.

Benefits of Document Shredding
Office document shredding not only allows a company to remove paperwork, but it also protects the business from having the materials be viewed by those who should not see it. Privacy laws including HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and FACTA (the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act) mandate that businesses properly dispose of customer information.