We have worked hard to ensure our business is accredited to the latest standards for information security and records management. You can relax in the knowledge that our premises are also protected by the latest security, fire and water detection systems.
ISO9001 & ISO27001
Our business is accredited for Quality Management and Information Security, with external accreditation from BSI. Cleardata’s scanning and archive storage facilities are specifically designed and protected from the ground up with VESDA fire detection, CCTV and biometric finger print entry systems. We’re also a data protection act registered company and disclosure check all our staff.
BS EN 15713
Cleardata has been assessed for BS EN 15713, the code of practice for the Secure Destruction of Confidential Material. This is incorporated on our ISO9001:2008 certificate.
Cleardata has been certified by BSI for Cyber Essentials. This is a government supported scheme that helps businesses protect themselves against cyber attacks.
We have self certified our business for PCI Compliance, enabling us to securely handle financial information. Our dedicated accreditations team regularly check that the business complies against all our security standards, providing preventative and corrective action reports where necessary.
BS 10008:2014 – Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information
Cleardata is certified to BS 10008:2014, the British Standard outlining best practice for the implementation and operation of electronic information management systems. It helps verify information to avoid the legal pitfalls of information storage, outlines best practice for transferring electronic information between systems and migrating paper records to digital files and gives guidelines for managing the availability and accessibility of any records that could be required as legal evidence.
All Cleardata staff are security checked by Disclosure Scotland. Archive staff have also been enhanced security cleared. Employees have also been cleared to NPPV (Non police personnel vetting) level 2. Our training procedures are vigorous and we have strict onsite policies for staff to adhere to.
Inspections and Audits
We welcome your own internal inspection or audit team to check out premises. Cleardata prides itself on the security and management of its scanning and archiving facilities. The company has undergone many inspections by NHS, Local Authority , Financial and Pharmaceutical clients and has ticked every box from a compliance point of view.
Member of the Information and Records Management Society
Cleardata is a member of the Information and Records Management Society. Our staff are trained to handle and manage your records securely and professionally. We are regularly updated with the latest records management compliance standards required. Our warehouse team have completed the IRMS (Information and Records Management Society) Certificate in Information Governance.
Kodak Platinum Partner
We are a Kodak Platinum Partner. This means our experienced team can re-sell Kodak technology and advise you on the latest scanning software and hardware technology. Our bureau runs on Kodak technology as we believe it provides the very best in quality, accuracy and speed.
Data Protection Act Registered
Our business is data protection act registered and the team is trained in handling data securely and efficiently.
Cleardata’s Compliance Manager is a GDPR trained practitioner, qualified as a CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager). This provides a comprehensive knowledge of how data protection programmes work across your business.
Achilles UVDB Registered Supplier
Cleardata is a registered document scanning, archive storage and document management supplier to the Achilles UVDB database for utility companies. Achilles acts as a pre-qualification system, enabling Utility companies to manage risk and comply with EU regulations.
Information Governance Toolkit (IGT)
Cleardata has submitted a successful IG Toolkit return. The IG Toolkit is an on-line system allowing NHS organisations and partners to assess themselves against Department of Health Information Governance policies and standards.