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E-Log - Electronic Management System

powerful, easy to use and affordable!

 

Test of Time?

Will you be able to access your records in 7 yrs, 14 yrs or even 25 yrs?

Test of Time

How long should you keep your records?

Your organisation may be under the befief that you are only required to keep your records for 7 years and most organisations will have boxes full of records that only go back for the last 7 years. What would you do if you required to produce equipment records up to 25 years from now?

Your Records may be required to be kept for up to 25 years!

Lets explain....

An 11 year old, we will call him "Sam", is on camp in 2011, and there was a minor incident at the time in relation to a piece of equipment - a climbing harness - and Sam. It resulted in a minor injury with Sam having to receive some medical treatment. Sam has 7 years after he turns 18 to lodge any legal action if he desires (even if a waiver has been signed by the parent). 11+7 years = 18 years old (2018) +7 years =The Year is 2025

Will your records hold up in the year 2025?

A 3 year old, we will call her "Amy", is using your pool facilities with her parents in 2012, and there was a incident at the time in relation to the pool and the chemicals used. It resulted with an ambulance being called and Amy receiving medical treatment. Amy has 7 years after she turns 18 to lodge any legal action if she desires (even if a waiver has been signed by the parent). 3+15 years = 18 years old (2025) +7 years =The Year is 2032

Will you be able to find today's records in 2032?

Lets look at the information storage devices that have been used over the years and would you still have the ability to view these records?

Test of Time - Timeline