Secure Document Shredding Services

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Jayhawk File Express gives clients peace of mind that confidential documents will be secure throughout the document lifecycle. Secure document shredding means safe storage, prompt collection and being AAA certified by the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). No other document shredding service in Topeka or Lawrence can say they provide all three.

All destruction is in compliance with industry regulations including HIPAA, FACTA, Sarbanes-Oxley ACT and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

These audited guidelines include:

Employee Policies:

  • Jayhawk File Express employees have passed background checks.
  • All employees are bonded and drug screened.
  • All employees sign a confidentiality agreement stipulating that ANY compromise of client information is reason for immediate dismissal.
  • Couriers wear Jayhawk File Express uniforms and carry ID cards to provide proper and instant identification to our clients.

Facility Security:

  • All non-employees entering Jayhawk File Express must log in with time, date and signature.
  • 24 hour monitoring using infrared detectors and perimeter contact alarms prevents unauthorized access.
  • All entrances are monitored by video surveillance.
  • No cameras or camera phones are permitted in the facility.
  • All doors are closed and locked unless an employee is entering or exiting.

Destruction Process:

  • At the time of service, your documents are placed in locked containers and transported in locked vehicles. Upon arrival at our facility, the vehicle is pulled into our facility, doors shut, and at that time unloaded and placed into a secure holding area until the time of destruction.
  • Materials designated for destruction, in our custody, are always attended to by an employee or physically secured through locked containers, locked vehicles and/or locked shredding area preventing unauthorized access.
  • Drivers and all processing employees follow written policies.
  • The items are shredded and baled into 1600-pound bales that are under more than 5,000 pounds of pressure. These bales are then brokered to a paper mill for recycling.
  • A Certificate of Destruction is also prepared for your records.

Learn more about the NAID guidelines at: