One is always unsure whether to hire an outside firm for a complete archive clearout in Blackburn, Stretford or anywhere in the world. Lay your doubts to rest with Doc Data. We offer nationwide access to this very important and useful service, carried out with utmost responsibility and care to ensure safe, confidential handling of documentary information, which could otherwise, fall into the wrong hands! It is a legal requirement as part of the Data Protection Act that you keep or dispose of your sensitive business information, failing which consequences could result in hefty fines and legal action. It is advised to work with top secure shredding companies like ours to avoid issues of data theft, fraud and identity theft in the future.
Today, there are several unscrupulous individuals and professional data hackers who make use of confidential information found in waste paper. In Blackburn, an archive clearout is a tricky business. We at Doc Data offer services that meet the new British standard BS EN 1571. We are an ISO9001 accredited company and members of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA). Our staff are highly professional, and have identity cards vetted by BS 7858. We specialise in clear outs, large and small, scheduling collections carefully and disposing of sensitive information in an appropriate manner.
Archive clearout in Blackburn and nearby areas by Doc Data is a comprehensive service that is tailored to specific requirements. For more details on how we can assist you, contact Doc Data today. We take care of the entire process of document shredding in a neat and stress-free way. The whole procedure is conducted in a six-step plan, starting with an assessment of your information security through our complimentary data security survey. Secured lockers are then delivered. Next, all sensitive documents to be destroyed are collected by our reliable staff. In the fourth step these documents are destroyed after which you receive a Certificate of Destruction. Being a company with a conscience and to prove this in the final step, all shredded material produced in the process is converted into a variety of tissue paper products in partnership with reputed recycling companies.