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Recycle 4 Less Ltd - Registered Office: Castlemill, Burnt Tree, Dudley, DY4 7UF
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A Paper Shredding Confidential Document Destruction and Recycling Service
A paper shredding company. Shred It now not later to protect your identity and information. Simply shred and recycle it fast and easy by calling us now. Supplying Midland areas such as Cannock, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Black Country, Staffordshire, Stafford, Tipton, Dudley, West Bromwich, Smethwick, Wednesbury, Lichfield,Tamworth, Solihull, Redditch, Bromsgrove, Stoke on Trent, Rugeley, Stourbridge, Lye, Sandwell, Halesowen, Darlaston, Oldbury, Market Drayton, Shropshire, Telford, Willenhall, Coventry, Nuneton, Rugby, Derby, Burton, Rugeley, Solihull, Redditch, Lutterworth, Leicester, Northampton, Nottingham, London, Luton, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Wales, City Centre, Kidderminster, and others. Compare Shredding Companies and you will see that Recycle 4 Less provide an excellent service with a low cost price. Reduce, reuse, recycle. Help the environment and have a green plan-it should be an important part of your business to Recycle 4 Less.
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DATA PROTECTION ACT
To view the full Data Protection Act 1998
The Data Protection Act gives individuals the right to know what information is held about them. It provides a framework to ensure that personal information is handled properly.
The Act works in two ways. Firstly, it states that anyone who processes personal information must comply with eight principles, which make sure that personal information is:
* Fairly and lawfully processed
* Processed for limited purposes
* Adequate, relevant and not excessive
* Accurate and up to date
* Not kept for longer than is necessary
* Processed in line with your rights
* Not transferred to other countries without adequate protection
The second area covered by the Act provides individuals with important rights, including the right to find out what personal information is held on computer and most paper records.
Should an individual or organisation feel they're being denied access to personal information they're entitled to, or feel their information has not been handled according to the eight principles, they can contact the Information Commissioner's Office for help. Complaints are usually dealt with informally, but if this isn't possible, enforcement action can be taken.
Your Legal Obligations
The Data Protection Act doesn't guarantee personal privacy at all costs, but aims to strike a balance between the rights of individuals and the sometimes competing interests of those with legitimate reasons for using personal information. It applies to some paper records as well as computer records.
This short checklist will help you comply with the Data Protection Act. Being able to answer 'yes' to every question does not guarantee compliance, and you may need more advice in particular areas, but it should mean that you are heading in the right direction.
* Do I really need this information about an individual? Do I know what I'm going to use it for?
* Do the people whose information I hold know that I've got it, and are they likely to understand what it will be used for?
* If I'm asked to pass on personal information, would the people about whom I hold information expect me to do this?
* Am I satisfied the information is being held securely, whether it's on paper or on computer? And what about my website?
Is it secure?
* Is access to personal information limited to those with a strict need to know?
* Am I sure the personal information is accurate and up to date?
* Do I delete or destroy personal information as soon as I have no more need for it?
* Have I trained my staff in their duties and responsibilities under the Data Protection Act, and are they putting them into
* Do I need to notify the Information Commissioner and if so is my notification up to date?
Information from your companies & clients files are one of the most important items of your business.
From client files, payroll records, HR information and even customers names and addresses should be safeguarded wth the most upmost importance.
Do you really know who is viewing your data after you throw it in the bin?
Is you paper taken away from another business? If so, what is actually happening to it and how many hands will it go through?
Does your business shred what you feel is important, but then throw the rest away?
Data protection fines can be as much as £500,000 - Can you really afford not to know?
We specialise in making sure YOUR information is destroyed
CALL US NOW TO HELP PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS - 0121 288 0321