Fine-Tuning Your Disaster Recovery Plan for 2019

Posted by John Barwick on Aug 29, 2019 2:02:00 PM

With hurricane season upon us and in the midst of the first hurricane, developing a disaster recovery plan is necessary for any business hoping to maintain seamless information access. It's also hard work. As a result, many companies view the process as a one-time exercise. But in order for your disaster recovery plan to be effective, it needs an annual check-up.

Taking care of old documents and medical waste, with proper disposal, before a disaster can save local rivers and water systems from becoming polluted with hazardous material.  Here are several ways to fine-tune your disaster recovery plan for 2019.

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Topics: Document Storage


5 Document Shredding Facts You Need to Know

Posted by John Barwick on Jun 5, 2017 11:41:35 AM

Just because your paper shredding routine is on autopilot doesn't mean it's safe and efficient. You may be spending too much time shredding documents, or worse, putting your customers and employees at risk of identity theft. Here are five document shredding facts you need to know:

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Records Management Tips for Tax Season and Beyond

Posted by techsupport on Apr 27, 2017 4:40:01 PM

Tax season may officially be over, but you can start setting a positive tone for next year by putting strong records management practices into place now. Try these records management tips to keep your documents and data in order.

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How Does Scheduled Shredding Benefit Your Business?

Posted by techsupport on Apr 3, 2017 5:18:21 PM

With identity theft on the rise, it’s critical that your sensitive business documents are securely shredded at the end of their useful life. But how those documents are destroyed is really important. Here, we highlight several ways scheduled shredding benefits your business.

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What to Look for in a Compliance Training Program Supplied by a Medical Waste Company

Posted by techsupport on Mar 8, 2017 5:18:22 PM

If you work in healthcare, you know OSHA requires that measures are taken so you and your fellow employees stay safe. But keeping everyone on the same page with these regulations is challenging, and you know your team needs training. When choosing a medical waste company, consider their compliance training program. Here are several things to keep in mind:

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Topics: Medical Waste Disposal


Avoid These Medical Waste Disposal Violations

Posted by techsupport on Jan 24, 2017 12:09:42 PM

If you're a healthcare provider, you know that you must protect the public from dangerous pathogens, and that biomedical waste must be handled, transported, and disposed of properly, in accordance with state and federal regulations. It's easy, however, to become complacent with your disposal practices. In this blog we discuss several medical waste disposal violations and how to avoid them. 

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The Benefits of One-Time Shredding

Posted by techsupport on Dec 23, 2016 9:16:36 AM

Almost every business has old documents and files that are kept longer than necessary. The reasons for information hoarding are unlimited but not necessarily logical. There are just as many justifications for why and when outdated and expired records should be destroyed. Here are several ways one-time shredding—to rid yourself of those unneeded documents—benefits your business.

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Beware of These Information Management Nightmares!

Posted by techsupport on Nov 30, 2016 6:48:37 PM

Not having a handle on your business information is scary stuff—it damages your bottom line, stifles productivity, and can ruin customers’ confidence in your organization. As 2017 approaches, beware of these information management nightmares.

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A Quick Guide to Protecting Your Customers’ Privacy

Posted by techsupport on Oct 3, 2016 12:17:52 PM

Your customers are your most important asset; without them, you'd be out of business. That's why safeguarding the financial and personal information collected from them is critical. Here's a quick guide to help you protect your customers' privacy.

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4 Medical Waste Disposal Facts You Should Know

Posted by techsupport on Aug 24, 2016 2:45:34 PM

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 15% of all waste generated by healthcare activities is considered hazardous material which may be infectious, toxic or radioactive. Improper disposal of hazardous medical waste jeopardizes human health and our environment. Here we share four medical waste disposal facts you should know.

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Topics: Medical Waste Disposal


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