Records Management

Retention Schedules & Holds

A retention schedule provides information regarding your information (records and even non-records where applicable). This could include the document name, type, medium, location (official copy holder), retention period, legal & compliance regulations (motivation for retention), disposal action and disposal trigger. The purpose of course, is to define how we treat important documents, how long we should keep them, and any details regarding disposition thereof.

Retention Schedules & Holds

Retention Schedules & Holds

A retention schedule provides information regarding your information (records and even non-records where applicable). This could include the document name, type, medium, location (official copy holder), retention period, legal & compliance regulations (motivation for retention), disposal action and disposal trigger. The purpose of course, is to define how we treat important documents, how long we should keep them, and any details regarding disposition thereof.

Category: Records Management

Retention Schedules & Holds

Retention Schedules & Holds

A retention schedule provides information regarding your information (records and even non-records where applicable). This could include the document name, type, medium, location (official copy holder), retention period, legal & compliance regulations (motivation for retention), disposal action and disposal trigger. The purpose of course, is to define how we treat important documents, how long we should keep them, and any details regarding disposition thereof.

The Lifecycle of Records

The Lifecycle of Records

The easiest way for me to determine whether information has value to me, is to ask myself the following: “If I lose that folder with documents or box with files, will it have a negative impact on me and my business?”

What do we consider a record?

What do we consider a record?

ISO 15489 (Information and documentation – Records Management) states that records are “information created, received and maintained as evidence and as an asset by an organization or person, in pursuit of legal obligations or in the transaction of business.”

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The Lifecycle of Records

The Lifecycle of Records

The easiest way for me to determine whether information has value to me, is to ask myself the following: “If I lose that folder with documents or box with files, will it have a negative impact on me and my business?”

What do we consider a record?

What do we consider a record?

ISO 15489 (Information and documentation – Records Management) states that records are “information created, received and maintained as evidence and as an asset by an organization or person, in pursuit of legal obligations or in the transaction of business.”

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