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When & What to Shred

When To Shred

The required retention period for business records varies by industry, useful life and government statute. Consult with experts within your industry, your attorney and your accountant to determine these requirements. Then create a written information security, retention and destruction policy. Finally, FOLLOW THE POLICY! A well written, defined and implemented policy with evidence of ongoing scheduled destruction (Certificates of Destruction) provides evidence that you value and have controls for safeguarding your confidential information.

Don’t forget that incidental daily business records (drafts, photo copies (including copies or reports, presentations and correspondence), written notes, printed e-mails, drawings, post-it notes, etc.) represent as much as 60% of the paper (information) generated in a typical office environment. These records need to be addressed in your retention and disposal policies. Locked containers, regularly scheduled destruction and inclusion in your policies is the best way to assure this information remains confidential.

Establish and implement your policy and partner with Weaver-SecurShred. Enjoy some piece of mind with the confidence that your confidential material is being destroyed by professionals.


Don't Just Discard ... Shred

Incidental records (Those records not having a formal retention / disposal schedule) can comprise up to 60 percent of the waste generated in an office environment. The "Smoking Gun" may be a handwritten note to a colleague, a drawing on a napkin or a discarded Post-It Note.

If you don't want it printed in a newspaper, shown on TV, read by a competitor or presented at a trial---SHRED IT.

Do not discard any of these critical business documents -- SHRED THEM!

  • Addresses / Phone Numbers
  • Accident Reports
  • Attorney Correspondence
  • Audits / Surveys
  • A/R / A/P Reports
  • Bank Statements / Checks
  • Birth / Death Records
  • Blueprints
  • Budget Data
  • Business Plans
  • Cancelled Checks
  • Charts / Graphs
  • Commission Reportsv Committee Reports
  • Company Correspondence
  • Competitor Information
  • Computer Generated Reports
  • Contracts / Legal Documents
  • Credit Reports / Applications
  • Credit / Debit Card Statements
  • Customer / Client Lists
  • Customer Service Records
  • Driver Logs
  • Employee Evaluations
  • Employee Records / Information
  • Employment Applications / Resumes
  • Engineering / R&D Reports
  • Executive Correspondence
  • Expense Reports
  • Financial Statements / Records
  • Identification Cards
  • Insurance Information
  • Inter/Intra Office Memos
  • Inventory Lists
  • Investment Statements
  • Invoices / Receipts
  • Labor Negotiation Notes
  • Loan Documents
  • Magnetic Media (CD's, DVD's, Disks, Hard Drives)
  • Marketing Research / Plans
  • Medical Records / Charts
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Microfilm / Fiche
  • Misprinted Advertising / Reports
  • Mortgage / Loan Documents
  • Obsolete Brochures / Stationery
  • Obsolete Audio / Visual Media
  • Obsolete Forms / Sales Material
  • Organization Charts
  • Outdated Business Records
  • Passport Information
  • Passwords / PIN #'s
  • Patent Applications
  • Payroll Records
  • Personal Information
  • Pictures, Negatives, X-rays
  • Police Reports
  • Policy / Procedure Manuals
  • Political Party Information
  • Pre-Approved Credit Applications
  • Prescriptions
  • Presentations
  • Price Lists / Quotes
  • Production Reports / Charts
  • Profit & Loss Statements
  • Product Design Information
  • Purchase / Sales Orders
  • Sales Lists / Call Reports
  • Sales Proposals
  • Shipping Documents
  • Social Security information
  • Student Reports / Records
  • Subscription Information
  • Tax Records
  • Teacher / Administrator Records
  • Telephone Numbers
  • Time Sheets / Cards
  • Transcripts
  • Utility Bills
  • Voter Information
  • Workers' Comp Files
  • E-mails

High Quality Is Our Goal

Continuing our commitment to excellence, Weaver Industries' ProPak division is proud to have obtained ISO 9001:2008 certification!

The ISO 9001:2008 quality management standard establishes an effective quality management program for manufacturing companies and includes such important components as customer satisfaction and establishing processes for continuous improvement.