Goodwill Shredding Security Practices
Protecting You and Your Business
Goodwill understands how important it is to ensure that your information is treated in a safe, secure and confidential way when you trust us with your shredding business.
Security Measures and Practices
Goodwill security measures start off with screened, reference checked and policed checked employees who have completed and signed a confidentiality agreement. All Goodwill employees carry a Goodwill photo ID for easy identification by our customers.
Goodwill standards include a strict unbroken chain of custody procedure. From pick up at your location to recycling at a secure local facility, your materials are tracked and transported by authorized Goodwill staff. During transport and when in our facility your materials are under lock and key! Our bins and consoles are all lockable.
Our facility has a monitored alarm system and a 24 hour closed circuit camera system monitors all access points in our secure building.
All visitors to Goodwill must sign in, wear a visitor tag and sign out. Visitors must be escorted or under the supervision of a Goodwill employee at all times when in our facilities. Areas where confidential materials are staged or processed are off limits to visitors. Holding, staging and processing area are passkey protected.
Goodwill’s High Shredding Standards
Your business, legal and medical documents are shredded consistent with the standards set by federal agencies for the destruction of confidential documents. The industrial shredding equipment used by Goodwill meets the destruction standards set by the Government of Canada for destroying paper media.
Goodwill knows how valuable your information is and our process ensures the security of your documents through every step of the process.
For addition information about how we protect the safety and confidentiality of your materials, please please call Chris Wade at (905) 526-8482 Ext. 2288 or complete the form below.
Goodwill’s Document Destruction and Shredding services are made possible in part by funding from ArcelorMittal Dofasco’s Corporate Community Investment Fund. The views and opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of ArcelorMittal Dofasco.