Medical Record Shredding & Destruction
Most health care and medical professionals understand that it is vital to properly destroy medical records in order to protect the privacy of patients. Doctors and healthcare practitioners are entrusted with an individual’s most sensitive and confidential information, which must be handled with care and professionalism. Thus when medical records are being discarded, it is vital that the record destruction process also be managed with utmost care and professionalism.
Financial Record Shredding
Financial companies have in their care some of the most valuable information about a variety of individuals and organizations. At the same time, your organization probably prints and discards hundreds of pages per month of your own financial information that you want to protect. It is therefore crucially important that these financial records are securely destroyed when it is time to discard them.
Legal Record Shredding & Document Destruction
Your firm needs a legal records shredding company you can trust. After all, your clients are the lifeblood of your business, and your respect for their privacy is a cornerstone of their trust in your firm. A qualified legal record shredding company will help ensure your client’s files remain private and confidential. When your legal records and documents need to be discarded, call PROSHRED® to help you.
Home Office Shredding Services
With more and more corporate staff traveling, keeping flex hours and working from home, private documents are increasingly likely to leave the office, putting organizations at higher risk of confidentiality breaches. Privacy legislation extends beyond the office setting, obligating businesses to establish systems and procedures for safeguarding confidential information in and out of the office.
Residential Shredding Services
With personal identity theft and corporate espionage emerging as two of America’s fastest growing crimes, PROSHRED® has developed a convenient residential document shredding service that reduces the risks associated with disposing of personal and home-office confidential material.