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Records and Information Management (print + ProView)
By: Richard Loranger, M.A., C.R.M., C.I.P., Stephen Cronkwright, C.R.M.
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Records and Information Management is a comprehensive guide, designed especially for information management, legal and accounting professionals. It provides a complete reference to the principles and practices of information management and to the legal obligations of Canadian businesses to retain documents and files. This book deals with a wide range of issues related to management, retention, accessibility, value, and permissible destruction of business and professional records under federal and provincial statutes. RECENTLY ADDED:
  • Cloud Computing – Can I still govern my information?
  • The Electronic Commerce Protection Act aka FISA - Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act
Carswell eReference Library™ is a virtual library that allows subscribers to access print looseleaf products whose contents have been made available in an online format. Subscribe to any eReference looseleaf and you get online access for an unlimited number of users at the same location. It's like getting unlimited copies for the price of one. In addition to being cost-effective, every eReference looseleaf offers the convenience of seamlessly integrated updates and the efficiency of searching and tracking features. Each title is available in two subscription options – print with online access or online access only. For more information visit Table of Contents: Introduction • Corporate, Securities and Limited Partnership Records • Taxation Requirements for Records Retention • Workplace Safety Records • Access to Information • Admissibility of Business Records in Court Proceedings • Records Security • Destruction of Records • Recordkeeping for Dissolved Corporations • Lawyers' Accounting Records • Records Retention Issues for Chartered Accounting Firms v Document Retention and Anti-Trust Compliance Programs • Federal Goods and Services Tax • Records Retention in Insolvencies • Directors' Duties v Information Privacy in The (Not so ) Private Sector • The Use of Electronic Documents & Their Impact on Legal Admissibility • Emergency management – Disaster Preparedness, Recovery and Resumption Planning and Program Execution • Archives – A Role in Transition • The Sarbanes Oxley Act, Part 1: A Legislative Review • The Sarbanes Oxley Act, Part 2: Laying a Foundation for Tomorrow • There are Buried Treasures in Your File Rooms • Occupational Health and Safety – Do or Die • Employment Records Including Payroll • Intellectual Property – Whose Idea was it, Anyway? • Records Management in Law Firms. Canada and its Environment, Part 1 Canada and its Environment, Part 2 Workers' Compensation – Return to Work or Return to Health? • Cloud Computing – Can I still Govern my Information? • The Electronic Commerce Protection Act • Appendices.
About the Author
Richard Loranger, M.A., C.R.M., C.I.P., is a Managing Partner with the consulting firm InfoMatrix and has over 30 years experience in the field of Records and Information Management. Richard is a Certified Records Manager (C.R.M.) and a Certified Information Professional (CIP) and as such uses his unique Records and Information Management expertise and experience to assist clients to evaluate, develop and implement recordkeeping programs, based on recognized industry best practices, to achieve optimal control over their information environment.
Stephen Cronkwright, C.R.M., is a Managing Partner with the consulting firm InfoMatrix and has more than 28 years experience in the field of Records and Information Management working as a Records Analyst, Consultant, Consulting Project Manager, and a Director of Consulting. Stephen holds a Certified Records Manager (C.R.M.) designation. Throughout his career, Stephen has audited, developed, documented, and implemented Records and Information Management programs in public, private and non-profit organizations across North America and other jurisdictions.