ARMA TORONTO CHAPTER
OCTOBER 2003 EDUCATION PROGRAM
** BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND **
SEPTEMBER 11, DISASTER RECOVERY & RECORDS MANAGEMENT
SPEAKER: DAVID RINTOUL
This presentation provides a real life case study based on the actual experiences of an organization whose facilities and record holdings were completely destroyed in the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001. Learn about the experience of the attack itself, the evacuation process and recovery efforts for both paper and electronic records. Find out which disaster recover strategies succeeded and what challenges the organization faced. Based on this organization's experience, learn the strategies and techniques your organization would need to implement in order to recover from a similar disaster. As world events unfold, disaster recovery planning has become a major priority in most organizations. Learn how you can contribute to these initiatives from a records management perspective at your organization.
This presentation is a repeat of the ARMA Toronto Chapter January 28, 2003 education program.
David Rintoul is the Manager, Document Management Solutions Training and Development with TAB. He is responsible for developing, deploying and maintaining consulting methodology models and tools for use by TAB consulting staff throughout North America. He is also responsible for training and developing TAB staff at various levels throughout North America on document management solutions and technologies. Previously, as Project Manager, Eastern Canada, he was responsible for all of TAB's consulting operations in the key Canadian markets of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and the Atlantic Provinces.
Mr. Rintoul is a Certified Document Imaging Architect (CDIA), a Registered CDIA Instructor, a Certified Records Manager (CRM) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto. He is a frequent speaker at ARMA gatherings, most recently the ARMA Canadian Conferences in Vancouver, Montreal and Edmonton and the ARMA International Conferences in Toronto, Nashville, Denver, Cincinnati and Las Vegas. He has also spoken for other organizations, such as the Life Insurance Institute of Canada, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information Studies. Articles by Mr. Rintoul have appeared in the Records and Retrieval Report, Canadian Facility Management and Design and CA Magazine.
DATE: Tuesday October 28, 2003
LOCATION: Queen's Quay Executive Offices, Rainy Lake Room
20 Bay Street, 12th Floor, Toronto
(Bay St. @ Queen's Quay)
TIME: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Registration & continental breakfast @ 8:30 AM
FEE: Members of ARMA Toronto Chapter: $60.00 GST included
Non-Members: $70.00 GST included
Students in full-time RM/related $50.00 GST included
programs of study GST # R126080696
Eligibility for Member rate is subject to confirmation by ARMA Toronto.
REGISTRATION: Online: www.armatoronto.on.ca
Phone or Email: Rose Holloway, Director of Administration
(416) 941-8383, ext. 13961
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** Registration is limited to 35 individuals **
RSVP DATE: Friday October 24, 2003
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Please Note: In keeping with ARMA International's policy which does not permit corporate memberships, the ARMA Toronto Chapter cannot allow membership substitutions or multiple registrations on a single membership for our education programs.
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