Records Management and Privacy Office

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What's a "Records Cleanup Day"?

​Many if not most of the records you create or acquire in your daily work are university records and should be filed in a proper recordkeeping system for ease of retrieval and for safekeeping.  It's important, too, to keep records in their proper place to avoid a privacy or confidentiality breach.  Managing records can be time-consuming and so setting aside a regular time, even just once a year, may be a useful strategy to keep on top of the paperwork.  Our new fact sheet can help you plan and run a

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Two new policies for access and privacy

​On Monday, June 9, 2018, the Vice-Principals' Operations Committee approved two new policies addressing how Queen's University meets its obligations to provide access to information and protect the personal and personal health information the University collects and uses.  The policies can be found on the Secretariat's policies website or you can access them directly by clicking on the links below.  For more information, see the story in the

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Iron Mountain Community Shred-A-Thon

If you've got paper clutter at home, why not join in a community Shred-A-Thon sponsored by our records management partner, Iron Mountain.  On Saturday, September 30th, you can bring up to 10 boxes to the Cataraqui Centre and for $5 a box, have your confidential information securely shredded.  You'll be cleaning up at home and making a financial contribution to local charities.  For more information, see the flyer below.  Remember, this event is for your records at home, not your work records.  Information on usi

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