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The Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011, which came fully into force in January 2013, requires named public authorities to submit a Records Management Plan (RMP) to be agreed by the Keeper of the Records of Scotland. Integration Joint Boards are examples of public bodies which are required to have a Records Management Plan.

The Records Management Plan of Glasgow City Integration Joint Board, and has been developed in accordance with the Model Records Management Plan and supporting guidance material provided by the Keeper of the Records of Scotland.

The Records Management Plan sets out and evidences proper arrangements for the creation and management of the Integration Joint Board’s public records and is reviewed by the Glasgow City IJB annually. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHS GGC) and Glasgow City Council (GCC) already have agreed Records Management Plans in place. These support the proper management of staff, service user, patient and other non-IJB records.

As the IJB does not hold any personal information about patients, service users or staff, the Records Management Plan relates to the IJB and its sub committees and plans and policies such as the Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Report. These records are already in the public domain via the IJB’s pages on the Glasgow City HSCP website.

For more information on Records Management please visit the National Records of Scotland website.

 

Please note: The IJB’s Records Management Plan (RMP) contains documents that were provided to the Keeper of the Records of Scotland as evidence to support the RMP submission. These embedded documents are not accessible in the attached document. If you would like to make a request for access to any of these embedded documents please email your request to Glasgow City HSCP via the Contact Us page.

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