Janet Ruhala Johnson, CRM. Janet is currently a Records Management Strategist for Ernst & Young. Previous to this role, she was a Records Compliance Manager at Pfizer. With 25+ years of experience in RIM, Janet has worked on RIM program strategy, policy, procedures, global retention schedules, enterprise wide training and awareness, electronic records management, record holds, and auditing and compliance. Janet became a CRM in 2003 and has been an active member of ARMA International and local chapters. She served on the panel to write the ARMA International job competencies, participated in ICRM part 6 test grading, writes test questions on the ICRM exam development committee, and presents and educates on all aspects of RIM topic.
RIM Building Blocks
Janet Ruhala Johnson, CRM
Records Management Strategist Ernst & Young
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm Pacific Time
Location: Online via Collaborate URL: join live session
It is essential that one learn the many Building Blocks to become a successful RIM professional. This begins with the basics including: what is a record, a records lifecycle, records retention schedules, policies and procedures, vital records, storage and archiving, disposition and preservation. The next Building Block of RIM is focused on electronic records including: what are they, what their unique challenges are, and how are they effectively included in a RIM program. The third Building Block of RIM is focused on why we have RIM programs and how to keep them relevant including: why they are established, legal and regulatory requirements, benchmarking and assessments. The final Building Block of RIM is continued development including: continuing education, certifications, and building critical relationships and networking.
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