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Applications for Paper Shredders

Accounting Departments
profit & loss statements, bills, audits, customer account records, financial statements, work sheets, letters of credit, tax records, delinquent accounts, checks, data processing.

 

Executive Offices
confidential documents, correspondence, agreements, contracts, executive reports, financial records, labor negotiations, committee reports, charts and graphs, periodicals, meeting proceedings.

 

Clerical Departments
letters, memos, telegrams, articles, bulletins, reports, announcements, archival data, customer records, vendor records, directories, routings, files.

 

Legal Departments
contracts, correspondence, warranties, depositions, affidavits, pleadings, judgments, decisions, insurance files, promissory notes, cancelled checks, tax information, patent designs, option agreements.

 

Purchasing Departments
quotations, bids, requisitions, freight bills, acknowledgements, specifications, estimates, orders, contracts, catalogues, invoices, delivery receipts, correspondence.

 

Credit Departments
credit reports, invoices, orders, bills of lading, agreements, checks, statements, delinquencies, claims, vouchers, collection, correspondence, debits.

 

Personnel Departments
employment applications, references, birth records, time cards, insurance records, payroll records, transfers, investigation reports, accident reports, educational records, compensation claims, personnel data, health records.

 

Sales Departments
sales correspondence, market data, account records, commission statements, competitive information, contracts, expense reports, territory maps, sales reports, inquiries, testimonies, sales forecasts, analysis, data processing, price lists.

 

Engineers
drawings, specifications, instructions, graphs, data charts, bills of material, contracts, blueprints, proposals, governments regulations and codes, performance charts, progress reports, research data.

 

Attorneys & Legal Firms
briefs, pleadings, confidential papers, exhibits, medical and accident reports, statements, deeds, wills, decisions, letters, bills, trusts, receipts, audits, notes, clients' records, affidavits, testimony, proceedings.

 

Advertising
layouts, art work, literature, copy schedules, contracts, proofs, media information, correspondence, designs, sketches, press releases, mailing lists.

 

Insurance
applications, medical reports, credit reports, proofs of loss, claim files, rate tables, accident reports, police reports, estimates, agency contracts, premium records.

 

Travel & transportation
traffic reports, flight records, I.C.C. regulations & reports, tariffs, freight, bills, claims, manifests, insurance records, licensee, accident reports, maps, schedules, financial reports.

 

Utilities
surveys, plans, cable records, circuitry transmission reports, load records, generating records, installation and repair bills, audits, legal papers, maps, technical data, service reports.

 

Banks, Savings & Loan
signature cards, cancelled checks, financial statements, credit reports, microfilmed records, mortgage papers, statements of accounts, wills, deeds, trust agreements, cashiers checks, title, contracts, legal papers.

 

Brokerage & Investment
financial reports, dividend reports, earning reports, financial statements, account records, ledger sheets, surveys, trend reports, audits, trusts, legal opinions, company profiles, corporate reports, stock certificates.

 

Government
birth, death, marriage and citizenship records, licenses and permits, orders, directives, administrative records, legislative reports, contracts, bids, personnel records, investigative reports, interdepartmental communications.

 

Schools & Universities
visual aids, transcripts of credit, teachers records, office records, correspondence, research materials, bills, receipts, contracts, bids, theses, enrollment, applications, educational periodicals, reports.

 

Libraries
archival documents, technical research data, periodical and newspaper articles, diagrams, microfilmed records, book pages, charts, biographical abstracts, scientific articles, bibliographies, manuscripts.

 

Hospitals & Medical
medical histories, electrocardiograms, accident reports, X-ray, autopsies, laboratory reports, statements, bills, personnel records, student nurse transcripts, clinical reports, medical periodicals. debits.

 

 

Why use a paper shredder?

Paper shredders are a first line defense against fraud and corporate espionage. Identity thieves and corporate spies glean information taken from documents and forms that are disposed of in the trash. Once papers are placed in the garbage they become public domain. Privacy is forfeit and it is legal for anyone to remove items from the trash. They use the information gathered from the disposed documents to create assumed identities or to sell corporate information to competitors. These criminals are seldom caught and even if they are, the damage has already been done.

The best solution to combat identity fraud and corporate espionage is to shred documents that contain sensitive information immediately as their retention periods expire.

 

 

 

Things to consider before purchasing a paper shredder.

What will you be shredding?
Shredders vary in their cutting styles. Some cut documents into long thin strips, while other cut documents into tiny confetti-like bits. To determine that type of shredder that suits your needs, consider the following:

  • How sensitive is the material?
  • What stock is the paper?
  • How often will the shredder be used?
  • How many people will use the shredder?
  • How many sheets will be shred at a time?
  • What size of paper will be shred?
  • Is limited space an issue?

How sensitive is the material?
If you're shredding documents with private or confidential information, it's advised that you use a shredder that slices the pages into tiny unrecognizable bits that can't be easily pieced back together.
For documents containing less important information, a shredder that slices the pages into long thin strips will suffice.
What stock of paper will be shred?
Paper stock comes in many different types and thicknesses, including thin, card, glossy or coarse. Some shredders are unable to handle thick card stock. Be sure to choose a shredder that can handle all types of paper.

How often will the shredder be used?
Some paper shredders are designed for light, occasional use. Others are built to operate continuously. Be sure to choose a shredder that can handle the workload of your office.

How many people will use the shredder?
If you have a small or midsize office then it may be practical to have one large shredder for everyone to use. For large offices is may be more convenient to have several mid-sized shredders located in different areas or departments. You may even consider a mobile shredder to move around departments. Small desk-side shredders are also advisable for private office use.

How many sheets will be shred at a time?
Some shredders can only shred single sheets and others are high capacity shredders that can shred multiple sheets at a time. Strip cut shredders make fewer cuts so they can shred more paper at a time than a cross cut shredder.

What size of paper will be shred?
There are a variety of shredders that can handle light loads or oversized loads. Low volume shredders can shred letters and single sheets of plain writing paper. Heavy volume shredders can shred CDs, cardboard, newspapers and phonebooks. Remember to consider whether you'll be needing a low or heavy volume shredder.

Is limited space an issue?
Shredders come in several shapes and sizes. Some shredders are large and bulky while others are small enough to fit under desks. If your company needs a large industrial size shredder, fit mobile casters under the shredder to make it easier to move to different locations. You may also consider a thinner shredder that can be place in tight spaces.