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RE: Re: Checking visitors entering your facility
From: David VanHorn <dvanhorn () cedar net>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 20:27:44 -0500
As for off-site shredders - our Provincial government used a contracted
company to shred high school achievement examinations. An employee of the
shredding company "liberated" a couple of exams and sold them to students.
If something is important enough that it should be shredded, do it
onsite--do it right.
If you want to be secure, you shred locally, preferably with a crosscut
shredder, then burn locally, or have a pulping service come out. They turn
the shreds into basically paper mache.
As to external services, minimize, scrutinize, and change routines
Dave's Engineering Page: http://www.dvanhorn.org
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Re: Checking visitors entering your facility Brian Whalen (Sep 20)
Re: Checking visitors entering your facility Sean Donelan (Sep 20)