NAID Certification requires that the Company maintain secure control over all material from the moment the custody of the material is transferred from the customer, throughout all stages of the process, i.e. transportation, staging and destruction, until the material is destroyed and responsibly disposed. It may become necessary from time to time to subcontract all or a portion of this process to other organizations, of which the Company has no immediate or direct control.
Prior to being granted access to confidential material, all Access Employees must have an initial drug screening. In addition to this initial screening, 50% of all Access Employees are subject to random drug screenings on an annual basis.
Prior to being granted access to confidential material, all Access Employees will have an initial criminal background investigation completed by a third party to verify that the employee has not been convicted of a theft-related felony in the last 7 years. The criminal background investigation is to include the following:
Management will maintain on file the following documentation for all employees, whether their position grants them physical access (“Access Employee”) to confidential material or not (“Non-Access Employee”):