Good record management can not only help you stay organized, but it can also keep you in compliance with legal and legislative requirements. Some files only need to be kept for a short time, while others should be stored permanently.
Archival storage Ideal for files that are stored and then referenced on an annual or less frequent basis. Archival storage boxes are designed for long-term sterm storage protection and have lids that fasten to keep your files secure.On-site record storage Perfect for filing documents that need to be accessible, but out of the way.On-site or "semi-active" storage lets you storeou store critical, but less frequently accessed documents. They feature drawers and are typically stackable. Active storage For instant access to important files, consider setting up an "active storage" system.Active storage storage systems use portable, yet heavy-duty containers. For increased storage capacity, look for holders that stack. Get rid of old files When you're sure you no longer need outdated files, dispose of them properly. Use a straight-cut shredder to cut documents into long strips, or a cross-cut shredder to tear records into small pieces. Sizes and capacity vary.