Records Management

Eneclann is Ireland’s leading firm of Records Management consultants. Our staff are trained to postgraduate level in Archives and Records Management and are familiar with current theory and practice as well as all the regulatory and standards requirements.

We provide services for all organisation types and industry sectors. We have expertise and experience in the DIRKS methodology for developing and implementing records management systems.  Our key records management services include:

A fully comprehensive audit of your organisation’s current records management practices and the design of a records management programme tailored to your specific requirements. This typically involves:

  • Auditing functions
  • Surveying records on- and off-site
  • Interviewing staff and management
  • Developing a classification system and retention schedule
  • Identifying non-current records and appraising current records
  • Identifying vital records
  • Advising on an implementatin strategy

Project Management & Implementation
Once a records management programme has been agreed we can project manage and/or fully implement the schedule of actions.

Training & Skills Transfer
On completion of a project we provide all the training and back-up necessary for implementation and maintenance of the records management programme within your organisation.

Advice on Legal & Regulatory Compliance
We can advise on the legal obligations placed by the Freedom of Information Act, National Archives Act, Data Protection Act and other legislation as well as standards such as ISO 15489 and Moreq2.

Strategic Advice
We can advise you on specific areas including records management software solutions, electronic records, e-mails, scanning, micrographics and off-site storage.

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