Records Management

We assist public and private sector organisations with creating and implementing records management programmes.  This could range from a multi-national implementation of ISO 15489 to development of a registry or records centre procedures manual.

Retention schedule development

Developing a records retention schedule is one of the key components of a compliant records management programme.  A properly designed schedule takes into account legal, compliance, evidentiary and business requirements for records retention.  Our records retention consulting process assists organisations to design and implement retention and destruction schedules and programmes.

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Records Management strategy

A Records Management strategy is fundamental to a sound records management programme.   Our fast-track records management strategy development process is designed to ensure that your records management programme is aligned to your overall corporate objectives, with clear achievable goals and priorities, in the shortest possible time. 

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Policy and Procedure development

A records management policy is one of the key instruments that must be developed and implemented if an organisation is to manage records correctly.  The policy is the document that tells all staff how they must manage corporate information assets.

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Records Management Audits

One of the first steps in implementing a records management programme is to identify the current state of affairs.  The records management audit is key to understanding where the gaps and risks to the organisation lie.  Our records audit services assist in developing implementation priorities and plans.

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File Plan development

File plans and other classification schemes are critical components of records management implementations.  We develop file plans or business classification schemes according to your requirements and implement throughout the organisation.

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