If you deal with sensitive customer or employee data, onsite shredding is an easy, cost-effective method of securely destroying confidential information. If your document destruction program consists purely of recycling or throwing paper in the trash, you could be subject to substantial fines and repercussions. You must fulfill your responsibilities to comply with the growing state and federal privacy laws, rules and regulations. Protect your business by shredding confidential documents and partnering with a reputable and trustworthy onsite mobile shredding company.
Simple: because time is money. Think about what goes into shredding in-house: you have to assign an employee to sit there and manually shred each document, which is time consuming and unproductive. Manual shredding involves separating the paper, removing staples and paperclips, and shredding piece by piece instead of doing other more important (and profitable) tasks. Not to mention the fact that purchasing, maintaining and replacing a shredder can be much more costly than hiring a shredding service.
Eagle Secure Shredding is AAA certified by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), which means we take security seriously. We go to great lengths ensuring the highest level of due diligence. Some of the security specifications that NAID certification auditors verify include:
Founded in 1994, NAID’s mission is to promote proper destruction of all forms of discarded media containing personal and proprietary information. For more information visit www.naidonline.org.
NAID members pay a fee, while a AAA certification means that an information destruction company is carefully screened and audited to make sure they have the highest level of security measures in place.
Yes, we are audited by NAID in accordance with our AAA certification which requires regular auditing and maintenance. Unannounced “surprise” audits are also frequently conducted by NAID to make sure AAA certified companies are operated securely every day.
There is no need to prep your paper or documents prior to shredding; in fact, we can shred paperclips, rubber bands, staples, or any other kind of binding. Simply deposit documents into the secure containers and we’ll take care of the rest.
In addition to paper shredding and document destruction, Eagle Secure Shredding offers services to destroy hard drives, CDs, videotapes, uniforms, ID badges and smart phones. We also provide document storage and imaging for a variety of business customers. Call us today for details.
Yes, we are both insured and bonded, which many businesses are not. Smaller local owner/operator businesses may not have the adequate business insurance, liability or worker’s comp insurance necessary to run an effective, secure document shredding and destruction business.
Yes. We drug screen all employees and potential candidates and hire only those individuals with the highest level of integrity, competence and customer service.
Yes, you are invited to witness the destruction of your information through cameras installed in our mobile trucks. You can watch the entire shredding process and procedure.
Yes, after every shredding service, we will issue you a Certificate of Destruction. We also guarantee the shredded material will be delivered to the recycler within 1 business day.
Absolutely. We work with many small medical offices and business organizations. Basically, we can service an account with just one bin and show up every few weeks, or once every few months. Outsourcing shredding will help you preserve limited personnel resources, and helps show that you’re compliant in the event of a state or federal audit.
Eagle Secure Shredding is committed to providing you an affordable and secure compliance solution and providing superior customer service and satisfaction.