|Date added||December 2, 2014|
|Category||Frequently Asked Questions|
6d FAQs: Retention of Documents
Frequently Asked Questions: what records should we keep for visits?
Whenever there has been an accident or incident on a visit, the Visit Leader must follow their establishment’s and employer’s reporting procedures, retaining all relevant information relating to the incident and the visit. This document gives advice on what should be retained and for how long. The information may be stored electronically. Beyond this there is no legal requirement to keep any records, although there are reasons why establishments may wish to retain general records of visits and outdoor learning experiences.
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