DEFENDING NORTH CAROLINA’S MOST CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS

NAID CERTIFIED:  Certified in 2002, Super Shred was the first mobile shredding company to be NAID certified in the Carolinas. Since that time, we have undergone NAID’s audits to continue providing our customers with the best standard of measurement in the industry, but we don’t stop there. We also train our employees to perform to those standards. Our company is built on trust, and that starts with doing what we promise and being accountable for that.

Not only are we a member of NAID, but we also have Mobile Operation Endorsement for Paper/Printed Media, Physical Hard Drive & Non-Paper Media Destruction. This endorsement means that our operations and policies have been audited to correctly destroy paper, hard drives, and non-paper medias. If that doesn’t put your mind completely at ease, we are also bonded, licensed, and ensured. 

So what are you waiting for? We’ve got security covered and are ready to help you today.

Originally Certified: 2002

Certification Expires: 06/30/17

Learn more Here

NAID CERTIFIED:  Certified in 2002, Super Shred was the first mobile shredding company to be NAID certified in the Carolinas. Since that time, we have undergone NAID’s audits to continue providing our customers with the best standard of measurement in the industry, but we don’t stop there. We also train our employees to perform to those standards. Our company is built on trust, and that starts with doing what we promise and being accountable for that.

Not only are we a member of NAID, but we also have Mobile Operation Endorsement for Paper/Printed Media, Physical Hard Drive & Non-Paper Media Destruction. This endorsement means that our operations and policies have been audited to correctly destroy paper, hard drives, and non-paper medias. If that doesn’t put your mind completely at ease, we are also bonded, licensed, and ensured. 

So what are you waiting for? We’ve got security covered and are ready to help you today.

Originally Certified: 2002

Certification Expires: 06/30/17

Learn more Here

Hipaa Compliant Secure Shredding

HIPAA COMPLIANCE:  In the document destruction industry, it is our job to be aware of all possible breaches. In addition to NAID, we also use HIPAA Compliance as another standard, and we use the reputable company ACR2 to help us continually update our risk assessment and identify areas of improvement. Today HIPAA affects businesses of all kinds, so it’s important to understand compliance. Below are a few steps to help check HIPAA compliance.

1. Risk Assessment   

If your company deals with any amount of Protected Health Information (PHI), a risk assessment is necessary. 

2. Super Shred Personnel Standards

Per NAID certification and handling PHI, all employees that come in contact, even for the brief time it takes to shred your documents, are background checked on Federal, State, & County levels. Anyone convicted of any theft related crimes cannot be an “Access” employee handling confidential material for Super Shred.

3. Employee Empowerment

Our employees are trained on the policies and procedures that are in accordance with NAID Certification and HIPAA policy. Knowledge is Power.

4. Reporting Issues

Due to the nature of our business, safety along with HIPAA compliance are of equal importance. If we were to ever have a breach of security, we would properly log it for public review; however, you can rest assured that we have never had a security breach or safety issue and work hard to make sure that never happens.

5. Business Associate Agreement (BAA)

If you undergo an audit, this is a must and the first thing they will probably ask to see. As your business associate, Super Shred is happy to sign your BAA, so feel free to fax it to 252-439-1200 or email it to billing@supershred.net at any time. 

More information about HIPAA can be found here.

Hipaa Compliant Secure Shredding

HIPAA COMPLIANCE:  In the document destruction industry, it is our job to be aware of all possible breaches. In addition to NAID, we also use HIPAA Compliance as another standard, and we use the reputable company ACR2 to help us continually update our risk assessment and identify areas of improvement. Today HIPAA affects businesses of all kinds, so it’s important to understand compliance. Below are a few steps to help check HIPAA compliance.

1. Risk Assessment   

If your company deals with any amount of Protected Health Information (PHI), a risk assessment is necessary. 

2. Super Shred Personnel Standards

Per NAID certification and handling PHI, all employees that come in contact, even for the brief time it takes to shred your documents, are background checked on Federal, State, & County levels. Anyone convicted of any theft related crimes cannot be an “Access” employee handling confidential material for Super Shred.

3. Employee Empowerment

Our employees are trained on the policies and procedures that are in accordance with NAID Certification and HIPAA policy. Knowledge is Power.

4. Reporting Issues

Due to the nature of our business, safety along with HIPAA compliance are of equal importance. If we were to ever have a breach of security, we would properly log it for public review; however, you can rest assured that we have never had a security breach or safety issue and work hard to make sure that never happens.

5. Business Associate Agreement (BAA)

If you undergo an audit, this is a must and the first thing they will probably ask to see. As your business associate, Super Shred is happy to sign your BAA, so feel free to fax it to 252-439-2200 or email it to billing@supershred.net at any time. 

More information about HIPAA can be found here.

Have more questions regarding your business and the security we can provide?

Give us a call to see how we can help. 252-439-1200.

 

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