Records Management Compliance - 10 Essential Steps
It is difficult to manage growing volumes of electronic content, identify it as a record, capture it in the right location, keep it for the right length of time, and meet all the other requirements of good records management compliance with the various information laws, regulations and standards. Making sure your organisation is records management compliant will reduce or mitigate your chances of things going wrong with the relevant information legislation in place, as well as your reputational and financial risk.
You risk being fined millions if you fail to keep adequate records or for improper record keeping. This interactive workshop will cover the core governance requirements for any organisation to set up compliant records management best practice in any electronic document and records management system, and how to embed it within your organisation.
- Where do you start to achieve records management compliance and benefits?
- How can you organise your organisation's records and information when you don't know what they hold?
- Are your records vulnerable? Is your organisation at risk of failed record keeping and what are the consequences of that?
At the end of this workshop you should be able to understand the key business and legislative requirements and drivers, key terminology and the basic principles associated with managing records and information. This will include the management of emails, records and information systems, making sure content can be found, accessed and used by those who need it, when they need it, to do their day to day jobs.
What You Will Learn
This workshop will cover the following:
- Getting started - understanding the key concept of managing documents and records (drivers, integrity, quality, accountability, governance and risk)
- Developing a governance framework for records and information
- Creating and capturing electronic records (identification, metadata, automation)
- Conducting a records and information inventory - understanding what you hold
- Designing and developing a classification scheme and organising records and information
- Information security, privacy and access to information
- The importance of roles, responsibilities, sponsorship and consultation
- Policy and communication
- Records and information values, lifecycle, retention and disposal
- BAU, monitoring, auditing and continuous improvement
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