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BSI Committee on Secure Shredding Service Specs Continue

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The committee of the British Standards Institute (BSI), who has been working on operating standards for secure shredding services for the better part of a year, will convene again on January 23, 2006 at BSI Headquarters in London.

This meeting is being called to review the information that has been accumulated during the months that the practice brief was open to public comment.

The current goal of the committee is to yield a standard of practice for secure shredding firms operating in the United Kingdom.

NAID has participated on the BSI committee from its inception with the initiation of committee chair John Benton.

The BSI is the World Trade Organization delegate and serves as the ISO standards setting body in the UK. It’s counterpart in the United States is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).