Our company offers home office security in Stockport by destroying documents from all home offices, big and small. We also shred documents for the year-end clean out. This protects you and your business from ID fraud which costs the UK economy three billion Pounds every year. Over 100 000 people were victims of ID fraud per year over the last few years. The Data Protection Act (1998) requires all companies and businesses to protect their employees, customers and suppliers by safeguarding their confidential information and of disposing of it in an appropriate, secure manner. There are heavy financial penalties for breaches of the act.
You may feel that an office shredder is a convenient solution to get rid of confidential documents but the shredded documents can be reconstructed. In Stockport, home office security by shredding is the only way to be sure that the documents are properly disposed of. Once you have purchased one of our security sacks simply fill it to the level line. Securely seal the bag with the security tag provided. The bags are designed so that they are shredded and recycled so your bag is never opened. Once you have booked a collection our driver will arrive at your premises and show their proof of identity. They will confirm your security tag and remove it to the security truck.
We offer an easy and safe way of getting rid of documents with our home office security in Stockport. Contact Ministry of Shred today to purchase as many secure bags as you need. Our collection trucks are fitted with tracking which enables us to monitor the vehicle back to our secure shredding facility. The truck will deliver the bag directly into the processing plant where it is fed into our shredding equipment. All the documents are shredded to the British Security Industry Association standard which ensures that our management, control of collection, transportation and destruction of confidential material is within their strict guidelines. Once shredded a certificate is e-mailed to you confirming the destruction of the documents. This is your proof that you have correctly disposed of all confidential materials.