4 edition of Disposal and retention of documents found in the catalog.
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No old copies or obsolete copies of any documents shall be disposal and retention of documents in work place. This Policy and its Related documents provide direction for WA health system entities in the management of the:• Each year, the College Archivist, who functions as the records manager, receives written permission from department record coordinators to dispose of records scheduled for destruction.
The disposal and retention of documents must be stored or destroyed in a safe, secure manner. This policy covers all types of records, regardless of physical characteristics, that are created, generated, received; recorded as evidence of the organization, its functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations, or activities; or documents legally filed in the course of business or legal obligations.
Duplicate Records: A duplicate is an exact replica of the Official Record. If certain records categories are referenced in one or more disposal authority, the longest retention period must be applied. Records that contain Sensitive, Confidential, Health Information, Protected Health Information, Personal Information, Personal Identification Numbers or Personally Identifying Information In accordance with New York State General Business Law Section 399-h, records that contain sensitive, confidential, health information, protected health information, personal information, personal identification numbers or personally identifying information, must be disposed of by someone who has approved access to the records.
This GRDA identifies record categories which document:• The State Records Commission approves all Retention and Disposal Authorities.
After their retention period is complete, you should ensure that they are securely destroyed by a third-party information security provider. The retention schedule may include a description of the records most likely to become University archives, but the final selection of these records will be made by the department.
In accordance with the U. It is useful because the less important files are transferred. All Records, regardless of physical characteristics, received, created, generated, or maintained by the College or its employees in connection with the conduct of College business are the sole property of the College. NOTE: Local Government Records Relating to Cemetery Management In accordance with the circular issued by the State Records Office on 13 June 2019 all local government organisations with responsibility for cemetery management under the Cemeteries Act 1986 WA are not to destroy any cemetery management records until further notice.
The records destruction form should reliably document our disposal actions at the time they occur. Any records, data, or files containing health information, protected health information, personal information, personal identification numbers, or personally identifying information or data must be kept in locked file cabinets except when an employee is working on the file.
Search Document shall be stored under lock and key in documentation room for the corresponding periods defined below but not limited To : LIST OF QUALITY RECORDS WITH RETENTION PERIODS S. Ad Hoc Disposal Authority; or•
Many of our RDAs are scoped by 'Function' rather than agency so they are applicable through machinery of government changes without further authorisation by PROV.
Sector Disposal Authorities SDAs are developed by the SRO, in consultation with other organisations across these sectors, and cover records common to a group or sector of like organisations which operate with common functions.
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act FIPPA requires that disposal records not contain any personal information.