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Document retention in the electronic workplace

Michael R. Overly

Document retention in the electronic workplace

by Michael R. Overly

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Published by Pike & Fischer in Silver Spring, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business records -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Records retention -- United States.,
  • Electronic records -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Electronic records -- Access control -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael R. Overly and Chanley T. Howell.
    ContributionsHowell, Chanley T.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF1357.5 .O93 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 106 p. :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19914526M

    Record-Retention Requirements. The following is a quick re­view of record-retention requirements in a few key compliance areas: Drug and Alcohol Testing. Remember all DOT drug and alcohol test (DAT) records must be main­tained in a secure location with controlled access. Development of Records Retention Schedules: A. All records will be maintained and retained in accordance with Federal and state laws and regulations. Minimum retention schedules are set forth in the Records Retention Guide. The Records Management Committee will review the appropriateness of these retention.

    Books shelved as records-management: Records Management by Judith Read-Smith, Managing The Crowd: Rethinking Records Management For The Web World by. Starting your business with a good record keeping system will help you track your business performance, meet your reporting responsibilities and access finance. Why record keeping is important. All businesses in Australia are required by law to keep records and documents related to how their business operates.

    It also applies to the electronic documents described above. This Policy was approved by the Board of Directors of {Insert Name of Organization} on. APPENDIX A RECORD RETENTION SCHEDULE. The Record Retention Schedule is organized as follows: SECTION TOPIC. Accounting and Finance. Contracts. Corporate Records. Correspondence and Internal Memoranda. retention policy, including a Records Retention Schedule is the foundation of a good records management program. This is the platform for thorough protection of organizational assets and the surest method to avoid risk and litigation. A Records Retention Schedule is a document that an organization uses to ensure that records are.


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Document Retention in the Electronic Workplace [Overly, Michael R., Howell, Chanley T.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Document Retention in the Electronic WorkplaceAuthor: Michael R. Overly, Chanley T. Howell. order to validate authenticity of the document 5.

Electronic documents must be stored so as to be retrievable by author and personnel 6. Records officer must be contacted when work station is retired or assigned to a new owner. Records officer must supervise any alteration or removal of documents File Size: 24KB.

In the absence of contrary guidance in a rule, if the books and records pertain to an account, the retention period is for six years after the date the account is closed; otherwise, the retention period is for six years after such books and records are made.

Although electronic storage of personnel records is permissible under federal employment laws, employers must be mindful of the statutory rules relating to document retention periods and electronic storage systems to avoid legal pitfalls.

document retention guidelines –a risk management white paper– the contents of this publication are provided for informational purposes only.

consultation with legal counsel is recommended for use of this document in developing specific document retention policies.

prepared jointly by: acec risk management committee. andFile Size: 99KB. Think of a document retention policy simply as a document management policy. It is unwieldy and unrealistic, as well as unnecessary to think that a nonprofit will keep every document it generates. Normally it is fine to clean up your desk by tossing out papers here and there, but when one staff person presses delete on a key document, and that document is needed later -- or if.

RECORD RETENTION SUPPLEMENT FOR AUTO DEALERS General Records 6 months 1 year Document retention in the electronic workplace book years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 10 years Post in dealership at all times State/local requirements VI. GENERAL RECORDS A.

Employee Records 1. Salespersons compensation records. X 2. Time tickets. X 3. Daily parts and accessories counter sales summary. X 4. Document retention: There are no specific document retention requirements, aside from the requirement that employers develop and maintain a written EAP.

If the employer has ten or fewer employees. Sample record retention periods are included herein. only be used as a guide. when establishing a record retention policy. governmental and professional requirements and the cost of retaining records. The Record Retention Guide INTRODUCTION Businesses must maintain book and records so that an accounting of the business activities may be performed.

Whether it be for an audited financial report, a compilation, a review, a tax return, or a specific management report, businesses must gather, summarize and analyze facts andFile Size: KB. For easy search and retrieval purposes in the future, document indexing can be used.

This involves associating information with a file or specific tag. Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is a process for digitising text, enabling text search functions and electronic editing. Secure destruction.

Do you require your files to be confidentially Author: Lisa Crickmer. The Shred-it® Guide to Document Retention Shred-it wants to help you to know which documents to shred and which to keep.

These days, most businesses are required by law to retain confidential client information, along with employee or company data, for a minimal amount of time. But many types of documents. OSHA published a Final Rule to amend its recordkeeping regulation to remove the requirement to electronically submit to OSHA information from the OSHA Form (Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) and OSHA Form (Injury and Illness Incident Report) for establishments with or more employees that are required to routinely keep injury and illness records.

Covered establishments are only required to electronically submit. Get tips on record retention -- Learn the period of limitation on income tax returns, connecting records with property and keeping records for nontax purposes.

The length of time you should keep a document depends on the action, expense, or event which the document records. Home Improvement Records (Hold for at least 3 years after the due date for the tax return that includes the income or loss on the asset when it's sold) Marriage Licenses.

Birth Certificates. Adoption Papers. Death Certificates. Records of Paid Mortgages. *These documents should be kept in a very safe place, like a safety deposit box.

and the retention and disposal of electronic documents. 3) Administration Attached as Appendix A is a Record Retention Schedule that is approved as the initial maintenance, retention and disposal schedule for physical records of {Insert Name of Organization} and the retention and disposal of electronic Size: 63KB.

(a) Definitions. For purposes of this section: Electronic regulatory records means all regulatory records other than regulatory records exclusively created and maintained by a records entity on paper. Records entity means any person required by the Act or Commission regulations in this chapter to keep regulatory records.

Regulatory records means all books and records required to be kept by. Driver work-reporting location (Unless otherwise specified in FMCSRs.) Must be made available to FMCSA within 48 business hours at your principal place of business.

FMCSA Record Retention & Recordkeeping Requirements. FMCSA Recordkeeping Basics Electronic signatures: Must be able to authenticate user. The retention schedule is typically the most referenced records management program document.

It allows employees to determine how long they should keep their records and information. Records Management For Dummies addresses three distinct retention schedule methods: departmental, functional, and big bucket. Document Management for HR & Personnel Records.

Document management can help you keep track and manage all of your HR Records. It's important you retain HR & Personnel files for the Statutory Retention Periods. If you are unsure about the retention periods for your HR documents, then this guide will help : Lisa Crickmer.

the proposed electrical work must be recorded and kept for 28 days after the work to which it relates is completed. Maximum penalty: Individuals—$ Companies—$ Electrical work on energised electrical equipment (1) A record of the safe work method statement to be kept until the work to which it relates is completed Maximum penalty:File Size: KB.Record Retention & Disposal Policy A.

Introduction In the course of carrying out its various functions, Monitor creates and holds a wide range of recorded information.

Records need to be properly retained to enable Monitor to meet its business needs, legal requirements, to .The type of information your records contain depend on your situation and other factors such as: your business type. the format you use to keep your records (paper, electronic or a combination of the two) if you have converted any paper records or supporting documents into an electronic version.