This significant achievement is based on the company’s commitment to IT asset disposal and in recognition of an ADISA member who has excelled throughout the year.
The ADISA (Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance) audit process is multi-layered including full audits, unannounced operational audits and forensic audits. This approach ensures ADISA Certified companies are constantly being kept on their toes. With companies suspended and others removed from the programme, the certification is something companies work very hard to achieve and even harder to maintain. Bell has maintained its certification year-on-year with distinction.
“ADISA is thrilled to award its first Annual Best ITAD Award to Bell Integration. Members since 2011 Bell have worked at a consistent, committed, incredibly high standard throughout their Membership and this is reflected in scoring so highly against the criteria for this award. Congratulations to all the team – it is a truly well-deserved award.” Lisa Mellings, ADISA
The challenge facing many organisations in this discipline is a lack of understanding of compliance rules around data and waste disposal, as well as industry standards. There is also a lack of experience in processing these requirements, staff skills and training for asset disposal. This creates a very uncertain environment, leaving many companies exposed to the risk of data loss or breach, risk of corporate fines and reputation, and risk to the environment.
The good news is that Bell’s consultants specialise in advising customers on current policies, procedures and methodologies to mitigate risk, reduce costs and remain secure. And with 21+ years in the industry, the disposal of our customers’ assets is in safe hands.
If your business wants to have confidence that partners are operating to the highest industry standards which reflect current best practice for handling data carrying assets, look for ADISA Certification to give you reassurance.
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With much uncertainty and understandable concern surrounding the current Coronavirus crises, Bell Integration would like to communicate the following message to our valued community. As of Thursday, 19th March, we are:
Open for business and operating as usual.
All Bell employees are present for work, either working from home or from Bell office locations.
Our warehouses in Portsmouth and Wokingham are fully operational.
Our recycling vehicles are continuing to carry out IT Recycling and Data Destruction of Legacy IT equipment.
On a day-to-day basis, we are updating contingency planning in preparation for possible further circumstances.
Please be assured that we are taking precautionary measures to minimise and contain any risk of contagion with the health of our employees and are following guidance and advice from Government.