Completing the Shredding Process
PROSHRED® is committed to safeguarding our client’s security with every shred jobwe complete for them. Proper destruction of confidential information requires the end-of-service procedure of providing a Certificate of Destruction to the client proving that in fact shredding of specific documents took place at a certain date and time.
What to Expect?
The Certificate of Destruction document certifies to our clients with:
- Date and Time of the On-site Destruction
- Name of Route Service Driver who picked up the documents
- Name of Employee who witnessed the destruction and processed it for recycling
Comply with State and Federal Privacy Regulations
State and Federal privacy laws require majority of our clients, in all types of industries, to have a certificate of destruction once the shredding of their documents is complete. Whether you’re a law firm, medical facility, financial organization, educational institution, residential location, or any type of small/medium business, having a certificate of destruction ensures the final step in the shredding process for full compliancy with privacy laws like HIPAA, HITECH, FACTA and GLBA.