Pulp Recycling

Pulp Recycling

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Type: Blog Article

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  • Risk Management – who is responsible Employer or Employee?

    In this month’s Blog we examine the different areas of Risk Management and the role played by the employee and employer. When it comes to secure destruction services risk management goes in both directions. Employees represent great risk for Organisations. For  example An employee intentionally takes possession of information or media prior to destruction. An Employee Compromises’ security, protoc...

  • Reasons Why Shredding Sensitive Documents Should Be A Priority

    In the event of recent news articles Pulp have decided to investigate why shredding sensitive documents should be a priority.  Whether it’s your customers or clients or your own sensitive information, keeping confidential information secure is essential. Companies that hold on to documents which aren’t required and aren’t filed in a secure area pose the threat of a data breach. In recent events we...

  • Why Paper Will Always Be Used In Companies

    It’s hard to avoid office management words, like “paper-free” that we hear every day in offices. Don’t feel bad if you haven’t managed to rid your office of hard-copy documents yet – you’re not alone. As we have mentioned in previous blogs some companies try to go paper free as best they can and there are undoubtedly benefits to going paper free, it isn’t necessarily the best thing for every busin...

  • What You Need To Be Shredding?

    The Office Console is an indispensable piece of equipment when it comes to data protection. They’re relatively inexpensive and through shredding confidential documents into tiny pieces make it impossible, for individuals to piece back together. Pulp can shred the paper into tiny pieces in a secure CCTV Monitored Truck which makes the information even more secure. In this month’s blog we decided to...

  • Has your Company a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)?

    DRP stands for Disaster Recovery plan. This is vital to all businesses and a main factor is to protect all data.  When running a business there are many different types of insurance that must be considered. A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is one on them. This can also be known as a business continuity plan, a DRP is a document outlining how your business will continue to function in an unfortunate ...

Pulp Recycling

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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