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Document Retention and Destruction in Saskatchewan

Are you sure you want to throw that document away? Privacy laws … the constant threat of audits … the increased use of e-discovery … in today’s changing legal environment, you’re asking for trouble if you don’t have an effective record retention and destruction policy in place. And even if you do, standards are changing – have your policies changed with them? Purchase these reference materials and learn what records to store and when, why and how to destroy them, and how to comply with pertinent statutory and regulatory standards. You will gain a real-world road map and best practices for implementing and updating a records management program that provides a safe harbor. Benefits for You •Decipher how the rules differ for paper and electronic records •Create a document retention program that protects your business in litigation •Put an end to confusion – get expert guidance on technology issues in electronic content management •Learn about the benefits of Enterprise Wide Information Management
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Agenda

Records Retention Requirement and Management
— Tony Laino, C.R.M.
  • Overview of Records and Information Management in Saskatchewan
  • Records Retention Research Using FILELAW®
  • The Bigger Picture – It's Not Just About Compliance
Our Company Needs a Solution for Enterprise Wide Information Management – What Should We Do?
— Rick Stirling
  • The Steps to Take
  • Selection Criteria
  • How Should We Implement It?
Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principals
  • The Overview and Why Use the Standard?
  • The Principles
  • The Maturity Model
Risks and Responsibilities of Small Business Owner and Professional Practitioner Holding Records
— Glen Berger, C.A.
  • Corporate
  • Confidential Data
  • Electronic and Tangible Formats
  • Proper Access
  • Process of Identifying When It Is No Longer Required
  • Means of Destruction
Today's Issues With Electronic Information Management
— Rick Stirling
  • Pitfalls
  • How to Avoid Failure
  • Over the Next Hill
Cloud Computing
  • What Is It Really?
  • Is It Good or Bad for Our Corporate Information Management Requirements?
  • Cloud Later – the Possible Issues We Could Face in the Future
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Faculty

Rick Stirling – Moderator

Western Information Management

  • President and CEO of Western Information Management Inc.
  • More than 35 years of IT experience
  • Well-rounded in communications, hardware, software and system integration
  • Expertise in implementing enterprise records and document management solutions
  • Frequent speaker in the United States and Canada
  • Can be contacted 306-221-4730 or rick.stirling@westernim.com

Glen Berger, CA

Berger Belanger

  • Chartered accountant and partner with Berger Belanger Chartered Accountants
  • Primary areas of practice are assurance, income and commodity taxation compliance, tax and estate planning and business ownership transition
  • Member and investigator with the Professional Conduct Committee, Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan
  • Prior member, Practice Appraisal Committee, Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan
  • Can be contacted at www.bergerbelanger.com or glen@bergerbelanger.com

Tony Laino

IBM Canada Ltd.

Tony Laino, C.R.M.

  • Certified records manager (CRM) since 1986
  • Records management practitioner in private sector for eight years and in public sector (Ontario) for seven years
  • Records management consulting in United States and Canada since 1994
  • More than 150 engagements with Fortune 1000 clients
  • Member of ARMA International since 1981; speaker, Standards Committee; chapter president and various board positions
  • Currently on board of directors of ARMA Saskatchewan
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Product ID: 385527
Published 2013
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