Damaged paperwork can be treated if you are pro-active with conservation and restoration. Damaged paperwork, be it hard copy business documentation, art work or antiquarian books can be devastating to you or your company. There are many ways in which paper becomes damaged paperwork, fire, flood, insects and relative humidity to name only a few, who can foresee acts of God or an infestation of rampant insects marauding through your valuables like Genghis Khan through Asia?
We at Document SOS believe that conservation is better than restoration, prevention rather than cure. Should disaster happen Document SOS can restore your damaged paperwork on site for immediate business continuity, we will hold a meeting to establish the quickest restration date and will keep you informed of progress during the process.
Document SOS is your perfect partner in for the conservation and restoration of paper damage.
Contrary to popular opinion the electronic age has not taken over completely, legally certain types of information have to be stored on paper, for long retention periods. Georgine Thorburn, Document SOS's managing director says "records that have to be kept in perpetuity are much safer on paper as no one yet knows the life span of electronic format or if the machinery to read it will still exist in the future"
Last years awards were celebrated for its careful, credible, observation of the industry's best players. This year's awards are set to be one of the biggest affairs on the business continuity calendar.
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Paper conservation techniques
can restore important documents using methods to repair physical damage such as tears and missing areas. Paper conservation considerably slows down the environmental degradation process which attacks paper such as acid attacks and discolouration. Document S.O.S highly trained paper conservation team are able to teat all document types such as parchment, artwork and historical documents. Each paper conservation project needs to be analysed and assed, taking into account of things such as inks, pigments and paper types.
Subsequently Document SOS was first to introduce business continuity management paper conservation and training
programs exclusively for hard copy. Leo Vesey set up this department having completed a International Disaster Engineering and Management degree at Coventry University this enabled us to have the skill and knowledge to have the best paper conservation team around. Sam Brown joined Document SOS in 2001 as our Operations Coordinator. She is responsible for the smooth running of the Document SOS systems and procedures and quality control for every assignment. She updates our clients on a weekly basis as to the progress of the assignment. She is in charge of a team of up to fifty technicians.
Operating a 24 hour response worldwide paper conservation team, Document S.O.S implement immediate disaster control measures and coordinate precision disaster recovery and electronic tracking to ensure maximum business continuity in the aftermath of an incident, whilst greatly mitigating insurance claims.
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