Helping Your Business Comply!
Shredding is vital to all
Medical Professionals: Doctors and Hospitals are bound by the strictures of the Heath
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, commonly known
as The HIPAA Act.
In order for medical professionals to come into compliance
with HIPAA rules governing document destruction, they must do
two things: First, they must choose a
reliable vendor for the disposal of old documents and records by shredding.
Then, they must give written permission to the vendor to remove the items
for the sole purpose of disposal by shredding. This written
permission is referred to as a "Business Associates
Agreement." Doc Shredding Corp. assists in
compliance of HIPAA to the medical profession to
process such information for the sole purpose of shredding.
Doc Shredding Corp. has aided numerous medical
facilities to become HIPAA compliant. We have an extensive list
of satisfied medical and hospital customers.;
Financial and Legal Professionals: Many attorneys and financial professionals deal with their
clients' financial activities and need to consult on financial
and monetary documents. To preserve their corporate and legal integrity, they need to be compliant with the Gramm-Leach Bliley
Act or GLB. The disposal by shredding of files and records
that contain your clients' non-public information (NPI) of a
financial nature are required on a regular basis.
As a result, tax lawyers, accountants and CPAs must be
compliant with this law and when you hire Doc Shredding Corp. for shredding services, we ensure that you will be compliant with GLB’s
provisions for no additional cost.
Learn more about these laws here...
Prove Compliance with a Certificate of Destruction
of the removal and proper destruction of your
materials, we will send you a Certificate Of
is part of our Legal Obligation to ensure that you
are compliant with applicable laws and statutes.
2008, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts passed a law
that changes the way that companies store and transfer
personal information. It takes effect on March 1st, 2010
and may affect the way that your company stores employee
and client information as well as the way you exchange
information with vendors and clients.
Protect your Company
Today, all types of companies, medical offices, law firms, etc. are finding it necessary to destroy their outdated confidential records. Tossing these records into the trash receptacle or dumpster may cause a breach of security for your company, your clients and your employees.
Doc Shredding Corp will pick up and shred all types of records including: paper, blue prints, microfilm, microfiche, CD's, magnetic tapes and more.
We will help to develop a destruction policy that is easy to follow and set up retention schedules so they are not keeping records any longer than needed.
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