Customer Support Guide - the Iron Mountain Customer Information

Customer Support Guide - the Iron Mountain Customer Information
Customer Support Guide
Table of Contents
Introduction
Information Management Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Document Management Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
The Iron Mountain Connect™ Records Management Portal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Iron Mountain Connect™ Features and Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
The Iron Mountain Customer Support Guide
Using Iron Mountain’s Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Packing the Carton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Establishing Divisions, Departments, and Record Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Completing the Transmittal /Using the Barcode Label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Individually Listing Your Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Sending Interfiles to Iron Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Sending Document Inserts to Iron Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Sending Records Back to Iron Mountain
Returning Previously Retrieved Records Back to Storage at Iron Mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Using Customer Reports
Periodic and Special Reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Placing Requests and Orders
Account Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Locating Your Inventory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Inventory Maintenance Request Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Order Placement Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
When Placing Your Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
An Acknowledgement of Your Transaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Permanently Removing Records From Storage
Permanent Withdrawal and Destruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Records Management Resources
Carton Quick Reference Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
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Introduction
Information Management Solutions
The face of records management and the definition of ‘business records’, as you’ve come to know them, have
changed. It’s no longer just active versus inactive files or items that you put into storage at an off-site location
and forget about. Business records today encompass a much broader spectrum of information that transcends
traditional recordkeeping practices.
However, it’s not just the changing definition of business records or their formats to consider. It’s also legislation
and compliance, legal exposure, privacy and security regulations, disaster recovery and business continuity
planning – not to mention the day-to-day factors such as space constraints due to increased volume, the need
to control costs, and your ability to access your information when you need it. Smart, well-run organizations
recognize this ever-changing records management environment and adapt accordingly by sharing the
responsibility with a reliable resource.
Iron Mountain is the world’s trusted partner for outsourced records and information management services.
Founded in 1951, the Company services more than 310,000 Customers throughout Canada, the United States,
Europe, Latin America, and the Pacific Rim. Our experience and records management expertise enable us to
analyze your business from a unique perspective. Additionally, we can provide your organization with the full
range of services essential to maintaining the health of your records management program.
Control, Consistency and Access Through Technology
Today’s business environment demands accurate information and quick turn-around times. Not to mention,
the underlying responsibilities of records management have shifted towards mastering current compliance
requirements and applying them to your records and information management program. Iron Mountain can
help you achieve consistency by making it easy to integrate standard, company-wide retention schedules
and policies into everyday practices.
We put you in control. Our technology solutions enable you to manage extensive inventory databases
and sophisticated indexing, as well as track down your shipment in transit – right from your desktop. We call
this robust technology infrastructure Iron Mountain Connect which is powered by the SafeKeeperPLUS® system
– Iron Mountain’s proprietary inventory management software. Our IT professionals are continually developing
next-generation solutions based on your records management requirements.
Records Management Professionals, At Your Service
Managing your business records today involves a lot more than it use to. At a minimum, it requires planning,
expertise, experience, and resources – from scanning barcodes, to listing descriptive information, to archiving
your records, to placing your order, to retrieving your information when you need it. A vast array of products
and services and cutting edge technology are impressive, but it means very little if not backed by great service.
What sets Iron Mountain apart from the others? Simply put, it’s our people.
Iron Mountain’s ability to service your records management requirements professionally and efficiently is a
direct result of our team of specialists who are dedicated to ensuring your satisfaction by understanding your
business needs. Expert consultants, friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives, experienced
account managers, around-the-clock technical support, and courteous drivers are just a few of the hundreds
at your service – every day.
Our goal is to build a lasting, mutually beneficial relationship with you. Whether you need us to pick up your
records or walk you through our online system, help is just a phone call away, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,
365 days a year.
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Introduction
Document Management Solutions
With Iron Mountain Document Management Solutions you’ll have complete visibility and quick access to your
most active business records. The enhanced access and control of this integrated solution will speed business
processes and decision making, improve customer service and support regulatory compliance.
What is DMS?
DMS is an umbrella for a suite of offerings that will serve to enhance our customers ability to access information
in a secure and timely fashion. These offerings include:
Digital Record Center
Hosted solution
Easy set-up
Flexible security configurations
Workflow capabilities
Document Imaging
Document scanning and conversion from paper to digital images
Integrated with physical workflow
Multiple delivery options; e-mail, direct upload, IRM hosted E-archive
“Intelligent Scanning”
On-Site Active File Management
File Room Management
Records Center Management
Imaging
Records Program Management
Active File Management
File completion verification
Interfiling & Versioning
Multiple delivery options
Document Workflow Consulting
Physical conversion and digital workflow design
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Implementation support
Introduction
The Iron Mountain Connect™ Records Management Portal
Compliant Records Management — No Longer Optional
The Iron Mountain Connect web-based system provides you the tools you need to implement a comprehensive,
compliant records management program.
Utilize the numerous resources available on the Iron Mountain Connect system, such as the Record Center,
which provides instant access to your records, the Retention Schedule to review retention policies, and the
Report Center to manage program compliance.
Iron Mountain Connect can transform your organization’s records management program into a compliance
program by providing the necessary tools to integrate records management best practices into your everyday
business discipline. Use the Iron Mountain Connect system as a guide through every stage in the development
of a Compliant Records Management Program.
Organize
Start by determining the scope of your organization’s records management program and what staffing is
necessary to support a compliance program.
Records Management 101 — Review Iron Mountain’s information repository, which offers advice and best
practices on program auditing, indexing for quick access and proper disposition of records.
Assess
As part of the assessment phase, you should identify all of your organization’s records, their physical location
and legal retention requirements. If your records are consolidated at Iron Mountain, the Iron Mountain Connect
system can provide a single view of your entire program.
Develop
Develop a comprehensive retention schedule and standard, company-wide policies to set the foundation for a
credible and consistent records management program.
Tips and Best Practices — View best practice guidelines on corporate records retention policies posted on the
Iron Mountain Connect system.
Implement
The Iron Mountain Connect system plays a vital role during the implementation and phased launch of a
compliant records management program. By providing program administrators instant access to records and
the flexibility to tailor specific training programs, the Iron Mountain Connect system facilitates implementation
and adoption.
Access Information Instantly — The Record Center in Iron Mountain Connect maintains an electronic index of
descriptive data on your records. This system handles search and retrieval, enforces the retention schedule and
manages the health and maintenance of your records management program. The Record Center‘s predictive
search engine takes advantage of everything Iron Mountain has learned about how people really retrieve
records. The result: you find your cartons or files fast.
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Schedule Services at Your Convenience — Use the Record Center to request pickup and delivery anytime and
order supplies from Iron Mountain as you need them.
Customize Content, Personalize Views — Administrators can upload records management policies and procedures
specific to your organization and control what modules display for which users at an individual or group level.
This can aid in training and adoption as materials are centralized and users only access approved information.
Manage
Managing long-term program maintenance and adoption is vital to establishing a culture that projects good
faith in the compliance of their records management program. With features such as built-in retention capability,
the Iron Mountain Connect system enforces best practices such as assigning hold codes to suspend the
destruction of records. Flexible administrative architecture provides control over program users.
Manage User Access — Create a security structure that fits your specific business needs. Administrators govern
a security model with up to three-tiers that create, edit, and manage users on an individual or group basis. Add
and remove privileges or organizational access from one or multiple users easily.
Provide Consistent Records Classification — Define data validation rules to ensure cartons and files are being
added in accordance with your records management program.
Manage and Enforce Your Company’s Retention Schedule — Systematically enforce retention for all records,
as the integrity of the retention schedule is the foundation of a compliant program.
Manage Disposition of Records Through Hold Codes — Apply hold codes on individual boxes, departments,
record series, or accounts to prevent disposition when necessary.
Control Data Entry — Customize data entry to enable consistent classification and management of records
to fit your business needs.
Audit
Use the Iron Mountain Connect records management system to perform periodic checks and audits necessary
to ensure program continuance.
The Report Center provides you with the reports you need to effectively monitor and manage your organization’s
records management program. Ensure that the retention schedule is being followed, records are classified
consistently and are destroyed in conjunction with proper disposition. Numerous reports are available in the
following categories on demand for your program management needs.
Activity Reports — User data, participation analysis, and activity history.
Inventory Reports — Snapshots and historic details of carton and file inventory and inventory quality reports.
Retention Reports — Detailed and summary information related to records classification, retention schedule,
hold codes, and destruction eligibility.
Financial Reports — Summary activity and projected forecasts, invoice history, and activity tied to dollars spent.
Shredding Reports – Detailed information about upcoming scheduled visits for shredding services, an invoice
trend data report for shredding services over a period of time, and an invoice report that provides information
about charges that have been invoiced.
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Introduction
The Iron Mountain Connect™ Features and Benefits
The Iron Mountain Connect™ portal is your online connection to Iron Mountain, providing the tools necessary to
manage records and information assets in today’s regulatory
environment. Iron Mountain Connect puts you in control,
transforming records storage into compliant records and
information management programs.
Take advantage of the knowledge resources available on the
Iron Mountain Connect system.
Tips And Practices Industry white papers on best practices
in compliant records and information management and
information destruction.
Regulatory Resources
Regulations that affect the
destruction of company information assets.
Shredding Service Area for Report Center Access information vital for effective information destruction program
control. New shredding-specific reports include activity and
financial reports to enable activity and program financials
monitoring.
Activity Reports Scheduled Visit Report provides detailed
information about upcoming scheduled visits for shredding
services by date range and/or order type. The Shredding
Trend Report provides invoice trend data for shredding
services over a period of time. It enables shredding activity
viewing by Service or type.
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Financial Reports The Invoice Transaction Report provides
information about charges by billing month and/ or charge
type.
The Invoice Download report provides information about
charges that have been invoiced to you over a period of
time. Reports can be generated by date range, charge type,
and/or shredding service type.
Shred Center Your online, anytime connection to Iron
Mountain and your compliant shredding activities. Use
Shred Center to monitor your shredding visit profiles and to
view your pending shred order list at your convenience.
The Visit Profile List enables visit profile details to be viewed
by company, division, or department. The Pending Orders
List is a pop-up screen that displays open orders that have
not yet been serviced by company, division or department.
Additional Iron Mountain Connect Features
Manage Users Flexible administrative architecture provides the ability to manage user groups and privileges
across divisions, departments and locations, ensuring users access appropriate information.
Innovative Search Technology The predictive search engine in Record Center takes advantage of everything Iron
Mountain has learned over the past 50 years about how people really retrieve records. The result: you find your
cartons or files fast.
Easily Managed Transactions Conduct quick search and retrieval for your information assets on Iron Mountain
Connect.
24/7 Support Search content-specific FAQ information, online help forms for general inquiries and technical
issues and 24/7 Help Desk support for all Iron Mountain Connect applications.
Secure SSL Connection Company information is safe and secure with industry-standard 128-bit encryption
providing the highest level of protection for Internet communications.
To learn more about the Iron Mountain Connect records management portal, and to get connected, please
contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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The Iron Mountain Customer Support Guide
Using Iron Mountain’s Services
The Iron Mountain Customer Support Guide is your reference guide for using our services. This manual provides
step-by-step instructions for all the tasks you are likely to perform when working with us — your records
management services provider.
The following pages summarize the steps needed to:
✔ Pack and index your business records
✔ Complete the forms required to send these records to storage at Iron Mountain
✔ Retrieve records from Iron Mountain
✔ Return records to Iron Mountain
✔ Understand the various types of available reports
✔ Destroy the records that have outlived their usefulness
✔ Read and understand your invoice and invoice reports
Iron Mountain Resources
Iron Mountain offers you a team of records management professionals — Account Managers — who
are equipped with the latest tools and resources of the records management industry. Account
Managers have a critical mission: “To make our Customers’ jobs easier while promoting
professional records management.”
The Account Manager provides the link between you — our Customer — and Iron Mountain. Account
Managers make regular Customer visits to ensure your satisfaction and to build long-term partnerships. The
Account Management staff provides records management training and education on Iron Mountain’s
procedures, as well as current legislation and regulatory requirements that could impact your
company and its recordkeeping practices.
Please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager with any questions you might have, or
to learn more about Iron Mountain’s products and services as described in this Guide.
Quick Reference Information
There are a few basic pieces of information that will help you to understand Iron Mountain’s services and better
navigate through this Guide. Please take a moment to complete the section below with the information pertinent
to your organization.
Your Customer ID: _____________________________________
Iron Mountain Account Manager: ___________________________________________________________________
Phone Number: ____________________________________________________________________________________
Iron Mountain District: _______________________________ Phone Number: ___________________________
Throughout this Guide, we make reference to several departments within Iron Mountain. For your
convenience, we’ve included their contact information below:
Online records management with Iron Mountain: www.imconnect.com
Information Technology Services’ (ITS) Info Center, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Phone: 1-800-888-2774 (for technical support only)
Customer Response, Canada (within Canada)
Phone: 1-800-FastFile®
Fax: 1-800-387-0124; 1-800-316-2464 (Maritimes)
Customer Response, U.S.
Phone: 1-800-FastFile
Fax: 1-800-934-5348
Iron Mountain’s Web site: www.ironmountain.ca
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Sending Records
Accuracy is Iron Mountain’s number one priority. That’s why we’ve developed checks and balances to
ensure that your files are packed, transported, barcoded, indexed, stored, retrieved, and refiled without
error. As you pack your records, you’ll know precisely what you’re keeping and what you’re sending off-site.
The easy-to-use Transmittal makes everything clear.
The Iron Mountain transportation team will carefully move your records to a local record center where
they are kept well-protected. They’re readily available whenever you need them.
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Retrieving Information
Iron Mountain can help you quickly retrieve any information you require.
Need a record fast? Just enter your request on your PC, call, fax, or e-mail. Our online capabilities and Customer
Service Team can handle your order right over the phone. Our knowledgeable Representatives will access
Iron Mountain’s SafeKeeperPLUS inventory management system to locate your records.
Then, we’ll quickly retrieve your record. For files, we’ll place a barcoded outcard in the space from where your
file is taken and place an identical barcode on the file. For cartons, we’ll place a barcode on the carton itself.
When you return your record, we’ll match the barcodes, assuring 100% refiling accuracy.
You’ll get door-to-door delivery service. The record you need is right in your hands. When you’re finished
with it, call us. We’ll pick it up and store it quickly and accurately.
You can depend on us every time.
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Destroying Information
Upon written authorization by a Destruction Authorized User from your organization, Iron Mountain will destroy
your records by:
Secure Shredding: Under this method, Iron Mountain destroys records by shredding; rendering those
materials beyond reconstruction by reasonable procedures. At all times prior to physical destruction,
records are in the secured custody of Iron Mountain. Upon completion, a certificate of final disposition is provided, indicating that the material was destroyed by shredding.
You can identify those records eligible for destruction by reviewing a Destruction Eligibility or Inventory Report,
highlighting the desired records for destruction and sending a letter of authorization with the report to Iron
Mountain.
Our Data Entry department enters the desired records into the SafeKeeperPLUS inventory management
system through which a destruction order is opened and a Preliminary Destruction Listing is generated.
Iron Mountain will not destroy your inventory without the signed Preliminary Destruction Listing(s) and
instruction letter from a Destruction Authorized User at your organization. Upon receipt of the signed
Preliminary Destruction Listing, Data Entry will close the destruction order. Your records will be removed
from storage and destroyed.
Lastly, we’ll send you a Final Destruction Listing which verifies that the destruction of your records, as you
specified, has taken place.
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Computerized Reporting
You will receive an Inventory Report to help you find your inventory — when you need it. These reports include
information such as the carton barcode number, the description of carton contents, division/department
assigned to the carton, arrival date, retention period and much more. Use the Reports to verify the status and
complete storage history of all your records.
Your Returned Records Report tracks the cartons and files you returned to us.
Destruction Listings display those records eligible for destruction, as well as those that have already been
destroyed.
Cost & Activity Reports give you an at-a-glance look at the costs and activities of your records management
program. This report helps you pinpoint expenditures, control costs, and allocate expenses to individual
cost centers.
Getting Started
To begin using Iron Mountain’s services, several forms are available for your use. Contact your Iron Mountain
Account Manager to order an adequate supply of the following items:
Authorization Access Forms
You will need to complete one or more of these forms in order to authorize individuals from your
organization to access and/or destroy your records and information.
Division/Department Forms
You will need one form for each division/department to establish the Division and/or Department IDs,
as well as to create record codes for your records retention schedule.
Transmittal Sheets/Transmittal Forms
You will need multiple Sheets for multiple cartons, or one Form per carton, to catalogue the
descriptive information about each carton to be sent to Iron Mountain.
Barcode Labels
You will need one barcode label for each carton to be stored.
File Listing Input Sheets and Green Barcode Labels
If you would like to individually list each file within a carton, you will need one or more File Listing
Input Sheet(s) per carton depending on how many files need to be individually listed. If you use the
green-barcoded labels on the box, this will indicate that the entire box needs to be individually listed
and there is no need to complete the File Listing Input Sheet(s).
Interfile Labels/Document Insert Labels
You will need one Interfile Label for each file, or one Document Insert Label per document, to be
interfiled into cartons already in storage at Iron Mountain.
Additional forms are available to make working with us simple and efficient. They are discussed where
appropriate throughout this Guide.
Contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager for more information about the forms and labels necessary for you
to prepare your records for off-site storage at Iron Mountain.
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Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Packing the Carton
When packing records into approved storage containers for off-site storage, please follow these simple guidelines.
Organizing
Group like records together. Like records are defined by a common division, department, or
record code. Organizing your records in this fashion ensures accurate retrieval histories and
inventory reporting.
Example: All payroll records from December 2002 for last names ranging between S – Z.
Choose a logical system of organization. Sort the files within a carton in a logical sequence, such as
by product type, line of business, customer number, employee name, etc., and, if possible,
sequentially by number, alphabetically by name, or in date order.
Packing
Letter-sized documents. Pack files facing the end of the carton to be labeled,
i.e., the InfoPanel located on one of the handhold sides. Make sure that they
face in the same direction. Leave about an inch and a half of free space
behind the last file to make retrieving files and interfiling new files easier.
Legal-sized documents. Pack files from side-to-side, making sure that they
all face in the same direction. Leave about an inch and a half of free space
behind the last file to make retrieving files and interfiling new files easier.
Helpful Hints
Don’t over-pack the carton. Pack cartons to a maximum 90% capacity, leaving about an inch
and a half of free space behind the last file. This will make it easier to retrieve files and will give
you room for future interfiles. Also, a carton that’s too densely packed will be too heavy for you
to comfortably lift.
Don’t under-pack the carton. Files in cartons that are packed at less than 90% capacity may not
remain organized, and the carton could collapse under the weight of other cartons once shelved
at Iron Mountain. If a carton cannot be packed to capacity, consider combining those files with
files in another carton, or keep them in-house until you have an entire carton’s worth.
Pack only records. Cartons should house only Official Records (the version of a record that must be
retained for the official records retention period). Convenience Records (a duplicate copy, reference
material, etc. that is for reference or convenience purposes, and is not designated as an Official
Record) should be discarded or handled separately.
Cartons from Iron Mountain
Specially designed for ease of assembly, convenience, strength, and durability, Iron Mountain offers an entire
line of cartons and supplies to help you with your records preparation process. They’re exactly what you need
at a very affordable price. And, all of our records containers are sold in conveniently packaged incremental
quantities. Refer to the Records Management Resources section of this Guide for more information.
For more information about preparing your records for off-site storage, or purchasing storage cartons and
supplies, contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Establishing Divisions, Departments, and Record Codes
Most likely, your organization is structured into a logical series of business units called divisions (e.g., Outpatient
Care, Hospice Care, Ambulatory), as well as departments within those divisions (e.g., Pediatrics, Cardiology, Obstetrics).
You can further break down the types of records (i.e., patient charts, x-rays, ultrasound images) pertinent to each
one. Ideally, you should use these same categories when preparing your records for off-site storage.
The Iron Mountain Division/Department Form helps you to:
Organize your records
Create a list of divisions, departments, and record codes to which your records will be assigned
Establish retention schedules
The Division/Department Form
One Division/Department Form must be completed for each new Division* and/or Department created for
your account, as well as for new Record Codes. Enter the correct information in the areas indicated, clearly
and legibly printing all information. Begin all entries from the left side of each field. Please note that
Iron Mountain systems do not recognize leading zeros in the DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, and RECORD CODE
fields. For example, Department 0001234 would be recognized as Department 1234.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use Divisions should utilize the DIVISION field.
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Adding a New Division and/or Department
To establish a new DIVISION, complete the Division/Department Form by printing:
a.
Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID.
b.
Your CUSTOMER NAME.
c.
The DIVISION ID* of the DEPARTMENT, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use Divisions should utilize the DIVISION field.
d. The DIVISION NAME using up to 35 alphanumeric characters.
To establish a new DEPARTMENT, complete the Division/Department Form by printing the DIVISION ID of the
DEPARTMENT (if you use DIVISION IDs; if not, leave the DIVISION ID field blank) and:
e.
The DEPARTMENT ID using up to 12 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Department IDs should use blocks 11 and 12.
f.
The DEPARTMENT NAME using up to 35 alphanumeric characters.
Lastly, be sure to include your NAME, DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, TELEPHONE NUMBER, FLOOR and DATE
at the bottom of each Form.
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Adding a New Record Code
At Iron Mountain, we refer to the structure that defines record type, descriptions, and retention lengths as a
Record Code.
The ongoing and systematic establishment of RECORD CODES is most beneficial to a well-organized records
management program because it clearly defines exactly how records should be consistently catalogued and
may be eligible for destruction, (RETENTION PERIOD). This is used if a Record Code parameter is set to “validate”.
Retention will be determined by the Record Code on the carton, (AUTO CALCULATE), eliminating the need to
determine a carton’s retention period as part of the Transmittal completion process.
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To establish one or more new RECORD CODES, complete the Division/Department Form by printing:
a.
Your CUSTOMER ID.
b.
Your CUSTOMER NAME.
c.
The DIVISION ID* of the DEPARTMENT, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically set up to use Divisions should utilize the DIVISION field.
d. The DIVISION NAME using up to 35 alphanumeric characters.
e.
The DEPARTMENT ID using up to 12 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Department IDs should use blocks 11 and 12.
f.
The DEPARTMENT NAME using up to 35 alphanumeric characters.
g. The RECORD CODE using up to 10 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Record Codes should use blocks 7 through 10.
h. The RECORD CODE TITLE, the description of the records to which the code refers, using
up to 28 alphanumeric characters.
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The RETENTION SCHEDULE CODE, only customers specifically setup for valid RECORD
CODES should use the RETENTION SCHEDULE CODE field.
Y = Years M = Months P = Permanent I = Indefinite U = Undefined
*NOTE: Customers with a RECORD CODE parameter of ‘0’ will only have access to define RECORD CODES and
RECORD CODE titles.
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j.
The RETENTION PERIOD:
This is the number of months or years (based on the RETENTION SCHEDULE CODE) that
records are assigned to a RECORD CODE and are retained before they are eligible for
destruction.
*NOTE: Only if the RETENTION SCHEDULE CODE is ‘M’ or ‘Y’ should this field be used.
k.
The AUTO CALCULATE CODE:
By entering one of the following codes, Iron Mountain automatically calculates a
DESTROY DATE:
1 = To, Else From, Else Receipt Date 2 = Receipt Date 3 = Create Date 4 = Event Date
5 = To Date
*NOTE: Only if the RETENTION SCHEDULE CODE is ‘M’ or ‘Y’ should this field be used.
Lastly, be sure to include your NAME, DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, TELEPHONE NUMBER and EXTENSION,
FLOOR and DATE at the bottom of each Form.
Automatically Assigning Destruction Dates
One of the benefits of setting up a formal records classification structure for records retention using RECORD
CODES is the ability to automatically calculate the DESTROY DATE of every carton sent to Iron Mountain. This
way, the burden of identifying the DESTROY DATE is removed from the Transmittal preparation process.
According to your instructions, Iron Mountain can automatically apply the correct DESTROY DATE to a carton
based on the DIVISION/DEPARTMENT ID and RECORD CODE combination from the Transmittal.
To authorize Iron Mountain to use AUTO CALCULATE DESTROY DATE processing, submit a letter of authorization
indicating which of the following methods of calculation should be used:
“To, Else From, Else Receipt Date” Processing
Assigns the DESTROY DATE based on the TO DATE, indicated on the Transmittal, plus the
TOTAL RETENTION LENGTH for the corresponding RECORD CODE (if there’s no TO DATE,
the FROM DATE will be used; if no FROM DATE, then the RECEIPT DATE).
“Receipt Date” Processing
Assigns the DESTROY DATE based on the RECEIPT DATE on inventory plus the Iron
Mountain RETENTION LENGTH for the corresponding RECORD CODE.
“Create Date” Processing
Assigns the DESTROY DATE based on the CREATE DATE on inventory plus the Iron Mountain
RETENTION LENGTH for the corresponding RECORD CODE. If the CREATE DATE is blank, a
DESTROY DATE or DESTRUCTION INDICATOR must be entered.
“Event Date” Processing
Assigns the DESTROY DATE based on the EVENT DATE on inventory plus the Iron Mountain
RETENTION LENGTH for the corresponding RECORD CODE. If the EVENT DATE is blank, a
DESTROY DATE or DESTRUCTION INDICATOR must be entered.
“To Date” Processing
Assigns the DESTROY DATE based on the TO DATE, indicated on the Transmittal, plus the
TOTAL RETENTION LENGTH for the corresponding RECORD CODE. If the TO DATE is blank, a
DESTROY DATE or DESTRUCTION INDICATOR must be entered.
Contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager for more information about creating an appropriate records
retention program for your organization, and how to use the Division/Department Form.
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Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Completing the Transmittal /Using the Barcode Label
A Transmittal is the medium by which a carton’s descriptive information is captured. Iron Mountain provides three
types of Transmittals:
The easy-to-complete, multi-carton Transmittal Sheet
The easy-to-complete, one-carton-at-a-time Transmittal Form
Online data entry by using the Iron Mountain Connect records management portal
The Transmittal Sheet and Transmittal Form are off-line methods. The Transmittal Sheet accommodates the
descriptive information for up to five cartons per Sheet. The Transmittal Form, in triplicate copy, accepts only one
carton per Form. Online data entry is available in limited capacity to some Iron Mountain Connect users who are
authorized to access the Inventory Maintenance menu. Contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager for more
information about online data entry.
The method you use will depend on how your account is set up. Regardless of the method, however, all descriptive
information that is captured is provided back to you via inventory reports generated by Iron Mountain.
The Transmittal Sheet
Complete one Transmittal Sheet for each group of five new cartons to be stored at Iron Mountain. Enter the correct
information in the areas indicated, clearly and legibly printing all information. Begin all entries from the left
side of each field except where noted. Please note that the Iron Mountain systems do not recognize leading
zeros in the DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, and RECORD CODE fields. For example, Department 0001234 would
be recognized as Department 1234.
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Complete the Transmittal Sheet by printing:
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Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID on both the Transmittal Sheet and large peel-off
Barcode Label (this is a must).
b.
Your CUSTOMER NAME.
c.
The DIVISION ID* of the DEPARTMENT, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use Divisions should utilize the DIVISION field.
d. The DEPARTMENT ID of the new cartons, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Department IDs should use blocks 11 and 12.
e.
The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER for each carton. This field should only be completed if
you specifically assign a carton number other than the SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE
NUMBER for your internal tracking purposes.
f.
The RECORD CODE using up to 10 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Record Codes should use blocks 7 through 10. If the
RECORD CODE parameter is set to ‘1’ or ‘2’, then anything in the DESTROY DATE or DESTRUCTION INDICATOR
will be ignored by the system and overridden by the RECORD CODE rules. Only if the parameter is set to ‘0’ or
‘3’, will the system consider these values.
g. The DATE RANGE/FROM and DATE RANGE/TO, which are the oldest and most recent dates
of the records contained in the carton. Retention can be calculated from these dates. Only
valid dates including month, day and year are acceptable here.
h. The ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-FROM and ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-TO, which are the
beginning and ending alphabetical/numerical ranges of the records contained in the
carton. The FROM and TO Alpha/Numeric Range fields can be used to describe a name
range (Jones through Smith), a numeric “file id” range (20450 through 20567), or an
alphanumeric “file id” range (AD123 through BZ784).
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The CREATE DATE, which is the date that the materials were packaged and labeled for
storage; or, the date that the records were actually created. Retention can be calculated
from these dates. Only a valid date including month, day and year is acceptable here.
j.
The EVENT DATE, which is the date of the event that the contents of the carton contains,
if applicable. Retention can be calculated from this date. Only a valid date including month,
day and year is acceptable here.
k.
The DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY, identifies when a carton is scheduled for destruction. Leave
this section blank, if your organization establishes DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY using
RECORD CODES. If your organization does not use RECORD CODES to determine when a
carton is eligible for destruction, enter either a valid Destruction Date, (month/day/year) or
check the DESTRUCTION INDICATOR: Permanent or Undefined.
NOTE: Nothing will be destroyed automatically. A letter of authorization from your organization
is required for destruction.
l.
The HOLD CODE for each carton, extends the RETENTION PERIOD of a carton. HOLD CODES
must be setup on the system prior to use. If records should be retained permanently, select
the check box under DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY.
m. The MAJOR DESCRIPTION of the contents of the carton as it is to appear on the Inventory
Reports provided by Iron Mountain.
Example: ALE - AMA or 100 - 999 (numeric or alpha ranges must be separated with a dash).
Example: CORRESPONDENCE (complete descriptions may be spelled out).
NOTE: To keep numeric ranges in the proper sort sequence and to maintain an orderly listing,
the dash ‘-’ should be placed to the right of the heavy vertical line; fields should be zero-filled
where necessary.
| | | |0|0|1|2|5|-|0|0|1|8|5| | | | |
| | | |1|2|0|5|0|-|1|2|1|7|5| | | | |
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If the files within the carton will be individually listed, print the phrase “Individual List” in
the MAJOR DESCRIPTION field.
n. Print additional MINOR DESCRIPTION information as it is to appear on your
Inventory Reports (follow the instructions for MAJOR DESCRIPTION).
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The REFERENCE #1 field, which is a miscellaneous, alphanumeric field used for
additional cross-reference information about the carton.
p. Your name in the PREPARER’S FULL NAME field, as well as the DATE, your DIVISION ID,
DEPARTMENT ID, TELEPHONE NUMBER and EXTENSION, and FLOOR. At the top of the
Sheet, be sure to number the pages in sequence, starting with “Page 1”.
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Place the large peel-off Barcode Label on the carton’s InfoPanel in the area marked ‘Affix Transmittal Label
Here’ on one of the handhold sides. Make sure your Customer ID is also displayed on the Label.
Place the smaller, identically numbered Barcode Label on the Transmittal Sheet in the area marked
‘Place the SafeKeeperPLUS Barcode Label (T-Label) Here’.
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Once you have completed all of the Transmittal Sheets for this group of cartons you are sending,
count the total number of Sheets and place this total number on all of the Sheets in the space marked
“Page ____ of ____”. Staple the Sheets together, in order.
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Have the originals ready for the driver to pick up with the new cartons. Make photocopies of the
Transmittal Sheets for your records.
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Verify that the physical carton count matches the itemization on the Transmittal Sheets.
Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup.
*NOTE: To ensure the accuracy and integrity of your inventory requirements, please review all information listed on the transmittal
document to ensure it is complete, accurate and legible, and the document has not been folded or torn before it is submitted to Iron
Mountain.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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The Transmittal Form
As an alternative to the Transmittal Sheet, Iron Mountain also offers the three-ply Transmittal Form, which
allows you to provide all of the information required to properly index your records one carton at a time.
Completing the Transmittal Form
Complete one Transmittal Form for each new carton to be stored at Iron Mountain. Enter the correct
information in the areas indicated, clearly and legibly printing all information. Begin all entries from the
left side of each field. Please note that the Iron Mountain systems do not recognize leading zeros in the
DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, and RECORD CODE fields. For example, Department 0001234 would be
recognized as Department 1234.
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Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID on both the Transmittal Form and the peel-off
Barcode Label (this is a must).
b.
Your CUSTOMER NAME.
c.
The DIVISION ID* of the DEPARTMENT, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use Divisions should utilize the DIVISION field.
d. The DEPARTMENT ID of the new carton, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Department IDs should use blocks 11 and 12.
e.
The RECORD CODE using up to 10 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Record Codes should use blocks 7 through 10. If the
RECORD CODE parameter is set to ‘1’ or ‘2’, then anything in the DESTROY DATE or DESTRUCTION INDICATOR
will be ignored by the system and overridden by the RECORD CODE rules. Only if the parameter is set to ‘0’ or
‘3’, will the system consider these values.
f.
The DATE RANGE/FROM and DATE RANGE/TO, which are the oldest and most recent dates
of the records contained in the carton. Retention can be calculated from these dates. Only
valid dates including month, day and year are acceptable here.
g. The CREATE DATE, which is the date that the materials were packaged and labeled for
storage; or, the date that the records were actually created. Retention can be calculated
from these dates. Only a valid date including month, day and year is acceptable here.
h. The ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-FROM and ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-TO, which are the
beginning and ending alphabetical/numerical ranges of the records contained within the
carton. The FROM and TO Alpha/Numeric Range fields can be used to describe a name
range (Jones through Smith), a numeric “file id” range (20450 through 20567), or an
alphanumeric “file id” range (AD123 through BZ784).
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i.
The EVENT DATE, which is the date of the event that the contents of the carton contains,
if applicable. Retention can be calculated from this date. Only a valid date including month,
day and year is acceptable here.
j.
The REFERENCE #1 field, which is a miscellaneous, alphanumeric field used for additional
cross-reference information about the carton.
k.
The MAJOR DESCRIPTION of the contents of the carton as it is to appear on the
Inventory Reports provided by Iron Mountain.
Example: ALE - AMA or 100 - 999 (numeric or alpha ranges must be separated with a dash).
Example: CORRESPONDENCE (complete descriptions may be spelled out).
NOTE: To keep numeric ranges in the proper sort sequence and to maintain an orderly listing,
the dash ‘-’ should be placed to the right of the heavy vertical line; fields should be zero-filled
where necessary.
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If the files within the carton will be individually listed, print the phrase “Individual List” in
the MAJOR DESCRIPTION field.
l.
Print additional MINOR DESCRIPTION information as it is to appear on your
Inventory Reports (follow the instructions for MAJOR DESCRIPTION).
m. The HOLD CODE for each carton, extends the RETENTION PERIOD of a carton. HOLD CODES
must be setup on the system prior to use. If records should be retained permanently, select
the check box under DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY.
n. The DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY, identifies when a carton is scheduled for destruction. Leave
this section blank, if your organization establishes DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY using
RECORD CODES. If your organization does not use RECORD CODES to determine when a
carton is eligible for destruction, enter either a valid Destruction Date, (month/day/year) or
check the DESTRUCTION INDICATOR: Permanent or Undefined.
NOTE: Nothing will be destroyed automatically. A letter of authorization from your organization
is required for destruction.
o.
The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER for each carton. This field should only be completed
if you specifically assign a carton number other than the SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE
NUMBER for your internal tracking purposes.
p. Your name in the PREPARER’S FULL NAME field, as well as the DATE, your DIVISION ID,
DEPARTMENT ID, TELEPHONE NUMBER and EXTENSION, and FLOOR.
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Place the peel-off Barcode Label from the Transmittal Form on the
carton’s InfoPanel in the area marked ‘Affix Transmittal Label Here’
on one of the handhold sides. Make sure your Customer ID is also
displayed on the Label.
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Place the pink copy of the Transmittal Form inside the carton on top
of the files underneath the lid;
Retain the yellow copy for your records; and,
Present the white copy to the Iron Mountain driver along with the
new cartons to be picked up.
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Verify that the physical carton count matches the quantity
of white copies of the Transmittal Form.
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Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Individually Listing Your Files
Some Customers elect to catalogue file-level information such as file name and/or file number for each file within
a carton. This process is called Individually Listing your files.
Iron Mountain File Listing Input Sheets are designed to help you list the files within a carton in a logical and
orderly fashion and are available based on your type of business:
The green Standard File Listing Input Sheet, generic enough for most organizations
The brown Law File Listing Input Sheet for law firms and those in the legal profession
File-level descriptive information entered on the Standard or Law File Listing Input Sheets will subsequently appear
on the File Inventory Report produced by Iron Mountain. Although individual files can be retrieved regardless of
whether or not they have been Individually Listed, a complete file-level inventory report is a valuable tool because
it provides full and accurate information about each file at a micro level. The individual files and all of
the information about them are then available online as you place orders.
Iron Mountain can help you with the maintenance of your professional records management program by
individually listing the contents of each carton that you send to us. Contact your Iron Mountain Account
Manager for more information.
Individually Listing is a Two-step Process
When you make the decision to Individually List your files, you will need to complete a Transmittal Sheet in
order to capture the carton-level information, as well as a File Listing Input Sheet to capture the file-level
descriptive information.
Completing the Transmittal Sheet
For each carton of files to be individually listed:
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Include all pertinent carton information on the Transmittal Sheet, including the
Iron Mountain CUSTOMER ID and DESTRUCTION ELIGIBILITY. Additionally, the phrase
“Individual List” should be written in the MAJOR DESCRIPTION field.
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For each carton that contains files to be individually listed: Place the large peel-off
green-bordered Barcode Label (i.e., Green T-Label) on the carton’s InfoPanel in the
area marked ‘Affix Transmittal Label Here’ on one of the handhold sides. Make sure
your Customer ID is also displayed on the Label. Place the smaller, identically numbered
green-bordered Barcode Label on the Transmittal Sheet in the area marked
‘Place the SafeKeeperPLUS Barcode Label (T-Label) Here’.
The green border on the Barcode Label alerts Iron Mountain Data Entry that the
contents of the carton should be individually listed.
Completing the File Listing Input Sheet
Complete the appropriate File Listing Input Sheet for each carton of files that you would like to have
individually listed. Multiple File Listing Input Sheets may be needed to list all of the files within a particular
carton. Always begin with a new File Listing Input Sheet when describing a new carton of records.
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The Standard File Listing Input Sheet
Use the green Standard File Listing Input Sheet for virtually any type of business and file type.
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Complete the Standard File Listing Input Sheet by printing:
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Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID.
b.
Your CUSTOMER NAME.
c.
The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER (provided that you assign your own carton numbers) and
SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER of the files listed on this Sheet.
d. The DIVISION ID* of the DEPARTMENT, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use Divisions should utilize the DIVISION field.
e.
The DEPARTMENT ID of the file, using up to 12 alphanumeric characters*.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Department IDs should use blocks 11 and 12.
f.
The RECORD CODE, using up to 10 alphanumeric characters*. This information should
match the Transmittal Sheet.
*NOTE: Only customers specifically setup to use extended Record Codes should use blocks 7 through 10.
g. The SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER** of the individual on this file, if applicable.
h. The DATE RANGE/FROM and DATE RANGE/TO, which are the oldest and most recent dates
of this file. Only valid dates including month, day and year are acceptable here.
i.
The CREATE DATE, which is the date that the file was packaged and labeled for storage; or,
the date that the file was actually created. Only a valid date including month, day and year
is acceptable here.
j.
The BIRTH DATE** of the individual on this file, if applicable. Only a valid date including
month, day and year is acceptable here.
k.
The DESTROY DATE, which is the date that the file should be reviewed for destruction. Only
a valid date including month, day and year is acceptable here. This information should
match the Transmittal Sheet; check PERM if the file is to be retained Permanently.
l.
The DISCHARGE DATE, which is the date that the individual on this file was released from
care, if applicable. Only a valid date including month, day and year is acceptable here.
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m. The VOL# [Volume Number], which is a quantity of files that makes up one file unit.
n. The description(s) of each file, using FILE DESCRIPTION 1 and FILE DESCRIPTION 2.
o.
Additional descriptions of each file, using FILE DESCRIPTION 3 and FILE DESCRIPTION 4.
p. The ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-FROM and ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-TO, which are the
beginning and ending alphabetical/numerical ranges of the records contained within the
carton. The FROM and TO Alpha/Numeric Range fields can be used to describe a name
range (Jones through Smith), a numeric “file id” range (20450 through 20567), or an
alphanumeric “file id” range (AD123 through BZ784). This information should match
the Transmittal Sheet.
q. Your name in the PREPARER’S FULL NAME field, as well as the DATE, your DIVISION ID,
DEPARTMENT ID, TELEPHONE NUMBER and EXTENSION, and FLOOR.
**NOTE: Regarding the use of social insurance numbers and birth dates: Use of these fields constitutes personal
data that may be protected by privacy laws. Iron Mountain is happy to include this data, and the furnishing
of such data by the Customer constitutes the Customer’s consent to its inclusion on Iron Mountain’s
inventory management systems.
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Once you have completed all of the Standard File Listing Input Sheets for this group of files you are
individually listing, count the total number of Sheets and place this total number on all of the Sheets
in the space marked “Page ____ of ____.” Staple the Sheets together, in order.
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Have the originals ready for the driver to pickup with the new cartons. Make photocopies of the
Standard File Listing Input Sheets for your records.
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Verify that the physical file count matches the itemization on the Standard File Listing Input Sheets.
❺
Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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The Law File Listing Input Sheet
The Law File Listing Input Sheet is tailored specifically for those in law firms and the legal profession. If your
company’s files are maintained in Iron Mountain’s LAW format, then use the brown Law File Listing Input Sheet
for listing individual legal file information.
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Your CUSTOMER NAME.
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Your name in the COMPLETED BY field, as well as the DATE and your TELEPHONE NUMBER
and EXTENSION.
d. The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER (provided that you assign your own carton numbers) and
SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER of the files listed on this Sheet.
e.
The initials of as many as two contributors to this file in the LAWYER 1 and LAWYER 2
fields.
f.
The CLIENT NUMBER and MATTER NUMBER that correspond to this file.
g. Use the LETTER and SUB NUMBER fields as you desire.
h. The CLIENT NAME and MATTER DESCRIPTION of this file.
i.
Use the TYPE and # FILES as you desire.
j.
The CLOSE DATE of this file. Only a valid date including month, day and year is
acceptable here.
k.
The DESTROY DATE, which is the date that the file should be reviewed for destruction.
Only a valid date including month, day and year is acceptable here. This information
should match the Transmittal Sheet; check PERM if the file is to be retained Permanently.
l.
The ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-FROM and ALPHA/NUMERIC RANGE-TO, which are the
beginning and ending alphabetical/numerical ranges of the files within the carton in
which this file is stored. The FROM and TO Alpha/Numeric Range fields can be used to
describe a name range (Jones through Smith), a numeric “file id” range (20450 through
20567), or an alphanumeric “file id” range (AD123 through BZ784). This information
should match the Transmittal Sheet.
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**NOTE: Regarding the use of social insurance numbers and birth dates: Use of these fields constitutes personal
data that may be protected by privacy laws. Iron Mountain is happy to include this data, and the furnishing
of such data by the Customer constitutes the Customer’s consent to its inclusion on Iron Mountain’s
inventory management systems.
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Once you have completed all of the Law File Listing Input Sheets for this group of files you are individually
listing, count the total number of Sheets and place this total number on all of the Sheets in the space
marked “Page ____ of ____.” Staple the Sheets together, in order.
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Have the originals ready for the driver to pickup with the new cartons. Make photocopies of the
Law File Listing Input Sheets for your records.
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Verify that the physical file count matches the itemization on the Law File Listing Input Sheets.
❺
Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Sending Interfiles to Iron Mountain
An interfile is defined as a file to be placed within an existing carton, or on an open file shelf, at Iron Mountain.
In order to provide accurate tracking and documentation, an Interfile Label must be applied to each interfile being
sent to storage at Iron Mountain.
Completing the Interfile Label
A blue Interfile Label is applied to a new individual file to be placed within a carton, or on an open file shelf, at
Iron Mountain. Complete one Interfile Label for each file to be interfiled. Insert the correct information in the
areas indicated, clearly and legibly printing all information.
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Complete the Interfile Label by printing:
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Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID.
The FILE ID or FILE DESCRIPTION of the file to be interfiled.
The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER (provided that you assign your own carton numbers)
or SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER of the carton in which this interfile
should be filed.
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Place the Interfile Label on the file, retaining the carbon for your reference.
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Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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Sending New Records to Iron Mountain
Sending Document Inserts to Iron Mountain
A document insert is defined as a document to be placed within an existing file, or on an open file shelf,
at Iron Mountain. In order to provide accurate tracking and documentation, a Document Insert Label must be
applied to each document insert being sent to storage at Iron Mountain.
Completing the Document Insert Label
A red Document Insert Label is applied to a new document to be inserted inside a file within a carton, or on an
open file shelf, at Iron Mountain. Complete one Document Insert Label for each document to be interfiled. Insert
the correct information in the areas indicated, clearly and legibly printing all information.
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Complete the Document Insert Label by printing:
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Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID.
The FILE NAME or FILE NBR of the file in which this document is to be interfiled.
The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER (provided that you assign your own carton numbers)
or SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER of the carton where the file is located
in which this document should be interfiled.
Place the Document Insert Label on the document, retaining the carbon for your reference.
❸ Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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Sending Records Back to Iron Mountain
Returning Previously Retrieved Records
Back to Storage at Iron Mountain
In order to maintain a well-controlled records management program, the timely return of previously retrieved
items to the record center is critical.
Outcards are created and retained for individual files that have been retrieved from storage. Retrieval information
is kept as history on both the Outcard and Iron Mountain’s systems. This information is then automatically
updated upon the return and subsequent barcode scanning of the items back into storage and, ultimately, to their
shelf locations.
Returning Records to Storage
Returning previously retrieved records to storage at Iron Mountain is a three-step process:
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For ease of counting later on, separate the records you are returning to storage into
- Individual Files
- Entire Cartons
- Tapes/Vital records
- Interfiles
• Files
• Documents
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Count how many of each item you have. For Entire Carton refiles, please note how many
there are of each carton model [size].
Example: There are 10 entire carton refiles: five are letter/legal model #251, and five are
legal transfer model #550. Knowing the carton model numbers helps determine each carton’s
cubic footage, which helps Iron Mountain schedule an appropriately sized vehicle to pickup
your records.
For Individual File Refiles, please specify the quantity of files and individual documents.
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Contact Iron Mountain to schedule a pickup by phone, fax or through Iron Mountain
Connect.
For detailed information about placing orders with Iron Mountain, refer to the Placing Requests and Orders
section of this Guide.
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Using Customer Reports
Periodic and Special Reporting
Detailed reports are provided to you by Iron Mountain for your use in tracking and managing your records
management program. All reporting is available in an 8.5” x 11” laser-printed format for your convenience, or,
if you wish, in a number of electronic transmission formats such as the Iron Mountain Connect records
management portal, e-mail, electronic file transfer, or CD-ROM.
The Inventory Report
Iron Mountain generates an Inventory Report that may be printed at the anniversary of your agreement with
Iron Mountain and sent to you for your review.
Standard informational fields provided in this report include:
DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, RECORD CODE, FROM DATE, TO DATE, MAJOR DESCRIPTION, MINOR DESCRIPTION,
CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER, RECEIPT DATE, DESTROY DATE, SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER,
CUBIC FOOTAGE, STATUS.
All inventory is automatically sorted in the following manner (unless you have specifically requested
a customized sort):
DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, RECORD CODE, FROM DATE, TO DATE, MAJOR DESCRIPTION, MINOR DESCRIPTION,
CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER.
Carton-level Inventory Report
File-level Inventory Report
Using the Inventory Report
The Inventory Report is cumulative and represents all carton or individually listed file inventory that you
currently maintain with Iron Mountain.
Your most recent Inventory Report should be used in preparation for any service transaction with
Iron Mountain. This includes, but is not limited to, retrievals, internal projects, permanent withdrawals,
destruction, and carton-level inventory maintenance.
Simply access the inventory by finding the DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, and then the RECORD CODE
of the carton or individually listed file you are researching, and scan across the page to review the
inventory description.
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The Returned Records Report. The Returned Records Report includes Information about cartons and files that
have been returned to Iron Mountain (i.e., refiled) during the prior month. The date range included on the
report is clearly listed at the top of each page. All inventory refiled during the prior month is automatically
sorted in the following manner:
PICKUP ORDER NUMBER and BILL TO DEPT ID, REFILE DATE, DEPARTMENT ID from inventory, CUSTOMER BOX
NUMBER, SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER, FILE SEQUENCE NUMBER, REFILE TYPE (EB: Entire Carton or
IF: Individual File), and FILE DESCRIPTION.
The Returned Records Report is a monthly recap of all of your cartons and files that have been refiled at
Iron Mountain during the prior month for the DATE RANGE specified. If no cartons or files were returned to
Iron Mountain in the prior month, then a Returned Records Report is not generated.
The ORDER NUMBER, REFILE DATE, DEPARTMENT ID from the inventory record, CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER,
SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER, FILE SEQUENCE NUMBER (for Individual File refiles), REFILE TYPE,
STORAGE UNITS, and FILE DESCRIPTION are all listed for your convenience.
You can review the Returned Records Report by ORDER NUMBER and REFILE DATE. The TOTAL STORAGE UNITS
for both carton refiles and individual file refiles are listed at the end of the report and may be used for Invoice
reconciliation.
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Management Reporting
There are several management reports that are available to you through Iron Mountain. These reports will help
you to:
Manage your records program
Maintain records retention schedules in records classification form
Review cost allocations of your program for a designated time frame
Prepare your records for destruction
The most commonly requested management reports are the Records Classification Report, the Cost & Activity
Report, the Retrieval History Report, and the Authorized Users Report. Contact your Iron Mountain Account
Manager for assistance in deciding which inventory and/or management reports are appropriate
for your organization.
The Records Classification Report. The Records Classification Report displays the DIVISION ID,
DEPARTMENT IDs, and RECORD CODES on file with Iron Mountain for your CUSTOMER ID. The report sorts
by DIVISION ID and DEPARTMENT ID, listing the following: DIVISION ID, DIVISION NAME, DEPARTMENT ID,
DEPARTMENT NAME, RECORD CODE, RECORD CODE TITLE, TOTAL RETENTION, RETENTION SCHEDULE,
AUTOCALCULATE CODE, and DIVISION/DEPARTMENT STATUS. If HOLD CODES are used, the HOLD CODE and the
HOLD CODE DESCRIPTION will also be shown.
Job ID:
Authorized User:
Delivered On:
Page Number:
Record Classification List
XYZ COMPANY
QL932003
kimberly.mcdonald@ironmountain.com
03/09/2005 10:08:28
2
Cust
ID
Division
Department
Division Name
Department Name
Record Class Code
Record Class Title
User ID
Trcn Date
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
1
Record Code
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
0
0
PERMANENT
NO CALCULATION
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
2
IMRM
HJOHNSON
03/12/2002 ACTIVE
0
0
UNDEFINED
NO CALCULATION
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
10
10 GLBL
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
30
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
111
TEST 111
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
3
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
123
123 TEST
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
2
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
139
TEST
JSWEENEY1
08/26/2002 ACTIVE
0
0
UNDEFINED
NO CALCULATION
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
140
COLA
TEMILLER
11/13/2002 ACTIVE
0
0
UNDEFINED
NO CALCULATION
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
520
INVOICES
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
3
1
MONTHLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
1111
BENEFITS FILES
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
7
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
1222
LEADING ZERO TEST
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
16
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
1234
EXPENSE REPORT FILES
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 INACTIVE
3
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
5511
IMCS TEST LEAD ZERO
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
6
1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
7777
TEST
LHAN
09/20/2001 ACTIVE
0
0
UNDEFINED
NO CALCULATION
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
12345
234234234
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
4
2
MONTHLY
RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
654987
TTTTT
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
2
1
MONTHLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
X999
*
*
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
GLOBAL CLASSIFICATION
1254A
CUSTOMER FILE PG.14
RCC-CNV
02/12/2005 ACTIVE
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1
YEARLY
TO/FROM/RECEIPT DATE
This report is sorted by Customer, Division, Department and Record Class Code.
Status
Totl Retn Retention Schedule Code
Auto Calc Auto Calc Description
Iron Mountain Records Management
The USER ID of the person who last modified the RECORD CODE and the RETENTION TRANSACTION DATE
of the last modification is also displayed.
This report can be requested for one specific DIVISION/DEPARTMENT ID or for all DIVISIONS and/or
DEPARTMENT IDs, with or without page breaks on the report.
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The Cost & Activity Report. The Cost & Activity
Report displays billing activity for a specified DATE
RANGE. It can be used for cost allocation, as well as
budget preparation or review. The DATE RANGE of
the information included is clearly noted in the
heading of the report.
For the DATE RANGE specified, all billing transactions
are totaled and the following fields are displayed:
QUANTITY, BILLCODE, BILLCODE DESCRIPTION,
RATE, EXTENDED AMOUNT, SALES [TOTAL] TAX, and
GRAND TOTAL.
The Retrieval History Report. The Retrieval History
Report displays the retrieval and refile activity history
of cartons and files for a particular DATE RANGE. It
can also be generated for inventory that has been
permanently withdrawn or destroyed. The report sort
and DATE RANGE of the activity history are identified
in the report title, while the CUSTOMER NAME and
REQUESTING DIVISION and/or REQUESTING DEPARTMENT titles are displayed in the report header.
Inventory matching the specified DATE RANGE and
STATUS OPTION (OUT[carded], WTH[withdrawn], and
DST [destroyed]) are displayed in the report body
along with the: SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BOX NUMBER
(barcode number), CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER,
REFERENCE 1 BOX NUMBER, REFERENCE 2 BOX
NUMBER, TYPE of inventory item requested: EB:
Entire Carton or IF: Individual File, REQUEST DATE,
REFILE DATE, REFILE SEQ[uence] Number, FILE
DESCRIPTION, CONTACT person’s name, DIVISION ID
and DEPT ID, the REQUESTING DIVISION ID,
REQUESTING DEPT ID, and the ORDER NBR on
which the item was retrieved.
The Authorized Users Report. The Authorized Users
Report lists the Authorized Users, representatives
from your organization who are permitted to perform
service transactions with Iron Mountain, for a particular CUSTOMER ID in the SafeKeeperPLUS system at a
global, DIVISION ID or DEPARTMENT ID level. The
report sort is identified in the report title, while the
CUSTOMER NAME and DIVISION and/or DEPARTMENT
titles are displayed in the report header.
Authorized User NAMES are listed alphabetically
in the report body along with the: USER ID, STATUS
of the Authorized User (Active or Inactive), whether
or not the Authorized User is also an Iron Mountain
Connect user, the Authorized User’s TITLE and
PHONE NUMBER, whether or not a PASSWORD has been established (Yes/No) for that Authorized User
(the actual password itself does not appear on the Authorized Users Report, however), and a
DESTRUCTION RELEASE AUTHORIZED? indicator (Yes/No).
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Destruction Reporting
Other reports such as the Destruction Eligibility Report are also available to you by making a Special Request
through Iron Mountain. Contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager for assistance with standard industry
guidelines and in deciding which destruction criteria is best for your organization.
The Destruction Eligibility Report. The Destruction Eligibility Report is an inventory report which lists
cartons and/or files that have a DESTROY DATE within a specified DATE RANGE. This report can be sorted several
different ways based on your criteria, and is used primarily to identify those inventory items eligible to be
destroyed. All or part of the report can be highlighted, signed by a Destruction Authorized User, and sent to Iron
Mountain to initiate the destruction of inventory.
To facilitate your review, the full INVENTORY DESCRIPTION is displayed on the report.
If you are confident that all of the cartons and/or individually listed files that match your DESTROY DATE criteria
should be destroyed, you can request that a destruction order be created using a span of DESTROY DATES.
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The Preliminary Destruction Listing. Upon receipt of your destruction request, Iron Mountain creates an order
for the destruction of the cartons or files and automatically sends you a Preliminary Destruction Listing, which
reflects only those records that you previously identified as being eligible for destruction. Please review this
Listing and for each item, sign in the designated area and on the instructions letter, and return the Listing to
Iron Mountain at the address clearly shown on the cover letter which accompanies it so that the destruction
order may be processed. Iron Mountain will never destroy your inventory without the signed Preliminary
Destruction Listing and instructions letter from a Destruction Authorized User in your organization.
The Final Destruction Listing. After Iron Mountain receives your signed Preliminary Destruction Listing(s)
and the destruction order is processed, a Final Destruction Listing is automatically generated and sent to you
to verify that the destruction of your records, as you specified, has taken place. At that point, you will no longer
pay storage for the destroyed inventory. Each record’s descriptive information and retrieval history, however,
will remain on the SafeKeeperPLUS system for future reference.
For detailed information about destroying records, refer to the Permanently Removing Records from
Storage section of this Guide.
Special Reporting
Iron Mountain’s standard inventory, management, and destruction reports described previously are suitable
for the vast majority of our Customers. However, we recognize that you may have unique requirements, and
report customization is available. Contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager for assistance in deciding
which inventory and/or management reports are appropriate for your industry and business needs.
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Shredding Reports
The Shredding service area is now available within the Report Center. The Shredding service area provides
reports in the following areas.
Activity
Scheduled Visit Report
Shredding Trend Report
Financial
Invoice to Download
Invoice Transaction Report
Scheduled Visit Report: This report provides
detailed Information about upcoming scheduled
visits for shredding services. You may specify a
customer, date range, and order type when
requesting the report.
Shredding Trend Report: This report provides
invoice trend data for shredding services over a
period of time. There are several ways to view this
report. For example:
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By Service (Scheduled vs. On Call)
By type (charges vs. units)
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Invoice Transaction Report: This report provides a list of all
shredding charges invoiced for a specified billing period.
Shredding charges include those charges generated from
onsite shredding orders, offsite shredding orders, and
shredding supply orders serviced.
Users may specify a customer, date range, type of charge,
and type of shredding service to be included in the output.
Invoice Download Report: The report provides information
about charges that have been invoiced to a customer.
Users may specify a customer, billing
month, and the type of charges to out
put on the report.
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Placing Requests and Orders
Account Access
Access to any of your information that is maintained by Iron Mountain is restricted to those who have been
authorized, in writing, by your organization. In order to protect the security and confidentiality of your records
management program, requests for information may only be placed by authorized individuals.
Authorized Access to Your Records
Your organization’s representative(s) may be authorized to access cartons and files for an entire CUSTOMER ID,
or if you choose, only for a specific DIVISION ID and/or DEPARTMENT ID within that CUSTOMER ID. To authorize
individuals in your organization to access your records and information, complete an Authorization Access Form
and fax or mail it to Iron Mountain.
Establishing and Using Passwords
As an additional level of security, an individual PASSWORD can be established for each AUTHORIZED USER.
This PASSWORD must be provided by the requestor prior to placing the order and is validated during the order
entry process in the Iron Mountain systems. A “Password Given” message prints on the Packing Slip to confirm
that the PASSWORD was provided. To establish the procedure of disallowing order processing unless the correct
PASSWORD is provided by the AUTHORIZED USER, be sure to assign a PASSWORD for each AUTHORIZED USER
on the Authorization Access Form, as described above.
For more information about establishing Authorized Users, please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Placing Requests and Orders
Locating Your Inventory
Placing orders with Iron Mountain Records Management is easy when you know your SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP)
BARCODE NUMBER and FILE SEQUENCE NUMBER.
Carton Number Lookups
The Inventory Report is used to research carton
numbers for retrieval. The standard Inventory Report
sorts left-to-right across the page by DIVISION ID,
DEPARTMENT ID, RECORD CODE, FROM and TO DATE
RANGES, MAJOR DESCRIPTION, MINOR DESCRIPTION
and CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER.
Look up the DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID and
the RECORD CODE (if any) of the carton you are
researching and use the rest of the inventory
description to determine the carton number. At this
point, you are ready to place retrieval orders through
Iron Mountain Connect, etc. Both your CUSTOMER
BOX NUMBER and the unique SKP BARCODE NUMBER are listed on the Report, and either may be used
for order entry purposes. If you know that your
account has repeating CUSTOMER BOX NUMBERS,
please use the Report to look up the unique
SKP BARCODE NUMBER before placing your order.
Individual File Lookups
Use the File Inventory Report to research your
individually listed files in storage at Iron Mountain.
The FILE SEQUENCE NUMBER, FILE DESCRIPTION(S),
CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER, and unique SKP BARCODE
NUMBER for each individually listed file are displayed. To retrieve an individually listed file, provide
all or part of the FILE DESCRIPTION during order
entry. Or, to place your request in the most efficient
way possible, use the combination of the SKP BARCODE NUMBER with the FILE SEQUENCE NUMBER.
For more information about locating your inventory,
please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Placing Requests and Orders
Inventory Maintenance Request Form
The Inventory Maintenance Request Form is used for changing information for inventory located in the
SafeKeeperPLUS system. “Inventory Maintenance” is also known as either box or file maintenance, and includes
the changing of information in the fields listed at the transmittal/box level such as: Customer Box Number,
Division/Department Code, Record Code, From/To Dates, Major/Minor Description, Hold Codes, Destruction
Date/Indicator, and others, except the Reference 2 and Receipt Date fields.
Requests to have Inventory Maintenance updates, changes or transfers can only be made by individuals
authorized by your organization.
When your organization transfers boxes from one Account ID to another, you may want to establish new
Department Codes and Record Codes, or inactivate unused Department Codes and Record Codes. Please use the
“Special Instructions” box to communicate this information to Iron Mountain.
Requests may be faxed or e-mailed to Iron Mountain.
Iron Mountain
Attn:
Address
City, State/Province, Zip Code
For more information about establishing Authorized Users, please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Placing Requests and Orders
Order Placement Methods
Orders may be placed by using any one of four methods:
❶
Via the INTERNET to access Iron Mountain Connect, Iron Mountain's online records management
portal, at www.imconnect.com. Contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager for more information
about this service.
❷
Via TELEPHONE by simply calling Iron Mountain Customer Service. A fully trained representative will
take your order and confirm all of the information about your request, immediately and courteously.
❸
Via FAX by simply completing and transmitting the Iron Mountain Fax Order Form.
❹
Via E-MAIL for those Customers with e-mail access to the Internet. Simply address your order to
Iron Mountain’s e-mail address, order@ironmountain.com. Be sure to include all of the pertinent
inventory and transportation information as you would for an online, phone, or fax order.
Online Ordering: Using the Iron Mountain Connect Record Center
Iron Mountain Connect is powered by the SafekeeperPLUS system, provides you with a real-time, web-based
means to access all of your records management information maintained at Iron Mountain. With its intuitive,
user-friendly graphical user interface, you can perform many records management functions directly from your
desktop. To request additional information, or to inquire about establishing access to Iron Mountain Connect,
contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
Iron Mountain Connect Offers an Easy Way to:
Manage your organization’s records management policies, procedures, and retention schedule
Conduct research on the current status and history of carton- or file-level inventory
Place orders for pickups, retrievals, refiles, supplies, and permanent withdrawals
Check on the status of previously placed orders
Input information about new cartons and files to be transmitted to Iron Mountain
Maintain and modify descriptive information on any inventory
Initiate online invoice inquiries
Request and receive online reports that help you monitor your records management program
Receive valuable records management program information and resources
Getting Started
Log onto the Internet. Double-click your browser icon. Enter the URL: www.imconnect.com. The Iron Mountain
Connect login screen appears. Enter your Username and Password. From the home page, in the module labeled
“Record Center”, click the “Enter the Record Center” link.
Your Iron Mountain Account Manager will help you to initially define Login IDs and appropriate security levels
for your organization, as well as establish your confidential access to the Iron Mountain Connect records
management portal.
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The Record Center SEARCH BAR and MAIN MENU appear. From the MAIN MENU, some or all of these tasks may
be displayed depending on your individual security level. Click on the desired option.
Search
Orders
Add Records
Preferences
Administration
Entering Orders via The Record Center
Select the type of order from the Order menu:
New Order (for retrievals)
Pickup Order
Supply Order
The ORDER TYPE selected determines the information that the user is prompted for next.
Checking Out
From your Cart you can select the items you want to order from storage. You can also enter the delivery method
and special instructions for each item.
On the Checkout page, do the following:
❶
Make sure the delivery address is correct (if it is not, click Change Address and select an address
from your Address Book)
❷
❸
❹
❺
❻
❼
In the Priority section, select a delivery date and time
Enter a carrier, instructions, confirmation e-mail address, and other order options
Enter the Division and Department to be billed (if necessary)
Enter the P. O. Number - up to 17 characters (if required)
Enter the Chargeback Code - up to 20 characters (if necessary)
From a dropdown list, select who the requested item is for, or enter the information manually
The SERVICE LEVEL, a required field, defaults to NEXT DAY, however, you can choose from Next Day, Half Day,
Rush, or Scheduled (future date). The CARRIER defaults to Iron Mountain. Review the SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS for
this order (if any), and change if necessary. To place the order, click Proceed to checkout followed by Submit
Request. A confirmation screen will appear, notifying the User that the order was placed. You can search for the
Order Number by clicking Order Inquiry under the Orders Menu.
This is only a sample of what the Iron Mountain Connect Record Center can do for you. For more information,
contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Using the Iron Mountain Fax Order Form
When you have multiple transactions such as retrieval, pickup and supply orders, the Fax Order Form provides
a convenient way for you to organize the information you need to efficiently place your order. Additionally,
it acts as a hard copy backup for your records. If you request multiple transactions regularly, contact your
Iron Mountain Account Manager for information about performing transactions through the Iron Mountain
Connect records management portal.
A blank Fax Order Form should be used as a master for making photocopies. Some helpful hints:
❶
Make photocopies of the blank form for each person in your organization who places orders.
❷
Have each User complete the standard information used for orders, such as his/her NAME and
PHONE NUMBER, your CUSTOMER ID and CUSTOMER NAME, DIVISION ID and/or DEPARTMENT ID,
and the SHIPPING ADDRESS (if the same address is always used).
❸
Photocopy the Form that contains all of the standard information. That way, each time you place an
order you’ll only need to fill in the variable information such as carton number to be retrieved, number
of refiles to be picked up, or quantity of empty cartons needed.
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Completing the Iron Mountain Fax Order Form
Complete the Fax Order Form as shown below and fax it to Iron Mountain at the fax number listed at the top of
the Form. If you require more room for your order, a Fax Order Form, 2nd Page ia also available.
a. Print your CUSTOMER ID.
b. Choose the appropriate SERVICE LEVEL to
tell us how quickly you need to have your
request performed:
a
c
g
For Retrievals and Supplies:
Next Day - Next business day.
b
e
d
f
Half Day - Twice daily (AM/PM).
Rush - Expedited on a priority basis during
business hours.
After-Hours Rush - Expedited on a priority
basis after regular business hours.
For Pickups:
h
i
Normal - Within two business days.
Rush - Expedited on a priority basis
during business hours.
c. Print the DIVISION ID (the name or number of
your organizational business unit associated
with this order for billing purposes), if applicable.
i
i
d. Print the DEPARTMENT ID (the name or number
of the department or cost center associated with
this order for billing purposes), if applicable.
e. Print the name of an AUTHORIZED USER
from your organization (an established
representative who is permitted to place orders
on your behalf), if applicable.
f. Print the Authorized User’s PASSWORD (a customer-created code established on a per Authorized User basis),
if applicable.
g. Print the delivery/pickup address information, or provide your ADDRESS CODE, if known. Be sure to include the
e-mail address of the recipient.
h. Include SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS if there is anything unique about this particular order.
i. Choose an ORDER TYPE:
Retrieval*, Internal Project, or Permanent Withdrawal - Access to cartons or files already in storage at Iron Mountain.
Fax & Refile* - Access to cartons or files already in storage at Iron Mountain that will be faxed to the Recipient’s attention
and then refiled.
Pickup - Pickup of new or previously retrieved cartons or files. Indicate the number of cartons scheduled for pickup under the
“Quantity Heading” and the carton size, under the “Carton Heading”.
Supplies - Delivery of additional forms or empty cartons. Please be sure this section is completed when requesting supplies.
*For Retrievals:
- Check the type: Retrieval, Fax & Refile, Internal Project, or Permanent Withdrawal.
- Print the CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER or SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER of the carton to be retrieved, which can
be found on your Inventory Report.
For individual files, name or describe the file in FILE DESCRIPTION, and print ‘IF ’ in the ENTIRE BOX or INDIVIDUAL FILE field.
For entire cartons, print ‘EB’ in the ENTIRE BOX or INDIVIDUAL FILE field.
- Print the End User’s name or initials in the REQUESTED FOR field for each line item to help you efficiently distribute the
materials internally.
For more information about using the Fax Order Form, please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Placing Requests and Orders
When Placing Your Order
Regardless of the type of order you’re placing, or the method you’re using to place your order, you’ll be asked to
verify and/or provide some basic information along with the specifics related to your order.
❶
Your four- or five-digit CUSTOMER ID.
❷
Your CUSTOMER NAME.
❸
The DIVISION ID, if applicable. Must be established prior to use. Contact your Iron Mountain Account
Manager for more information.
❹
The DEPARTMENT ID if departmentalized billing for services performed is used. If one department is placing
the request but another department is being billed, you may note both departments on the order.
❺
The AUTHORIZED USER, a representative from your organization who is permitted to access your account,
and his/her PASSWORD, if applicable.
❻
❼
Your PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER, if applicable.
The desired ORDER TYPE: Retrieval, Fax and Refile, Internal Project, Permanent Withdrawal, Pickup,
or Supplies.
❽
The LOCATION, including ADDRESS, FLOOR, NAME, PHONE NUMBER, EXTENSION, and E-MAIL ADDRESS of
the person who will be receiving the delivery, or is responsible for the pickup.
❾
To RETRIEVE cartons or files from storage, you’ll need:
The CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER or SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER (the SKP BARCODE
NUMBER is especially important if your CUSTOMER BOX NUMBERS repeat).
For individual files, describe, specifically, the record needed. Include the CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER or
SKP BARCODE NUMBER. If your files are individually listed, you may use either the FILE DESCRIPTION or
the FILE SEQUENCE NUMBER from your most recent File Inventory Report.
Any SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS or restrictions regarding the delivery.
To request a PICKUP, you’ll also need to provide:
The type of records to be picked up: New Cartons, Entire Carton Refiles, Individual File Refiles, Interfiles,
or Tapes/Vital Records.
The exact QUANTITY and SIZE of the cartons and/or number of files so that an appropriately sized
vehicle can be dispatched.
Any SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS or restrictions regarding the pickup.
To order SUPPLIES, you’ll also need to provide:
❿
The CARTON TYPE, DESCRIPTION, or DIMENSIONS of the carton; or, the TITLE or FORM NUMBER of the
form you need.
The exact QUANTITY desired (typically packaged in incremental quantities).
Any SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS or restrictions regarding the delivery.
The desired SERVICE LEVEL, which is based on your contract, the ORDER TYPE selected, and the time your
order was placed. Options include: Next Day, Half Day, Rush, After-Hours Rush.
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Placing Requests and Orders
An Acknowledgement of Your Transaction
Your Iron Mountain Order Number
When you place your order via Iron Mountain Connect or by telephone, Iron Mountain will provide you with an
ORDER NUMBER which confirms that the order was accepted. Please make a note of it because it will appear on
all documentation generated as a result of this transaction.
When you use any other order placement method, and you require an ORDER NUMBER, please clearly state that
on your request. An Iron Mountain Representative will be happy to call, fax, or e-mail the order number to you.
Reviewing Your Packing Slip
The Packing Slip is a comprehensive acknowledgement of your order. It ensures accurate communication
between Iron Mountain and you and is designed to provide pertinent, order-specific information. The
Iron Mountain driver will give you a copy of the Packing Slip. Save this copy for your records. Packing Slips
may include multiple pages and will vary depending on the type of order being fulfilled, but certain features
appear on all:
a. The ORDER NUMBER, as well as your
CUST[OMER] ID, DIVISION ID, and/or
DEPARTMENT ID. If the order was charged to a
Division/Department other than the ordering
a
Division/Department, that information will
display next to BILL DIV and BILL DEPT.
b
c
b. ATTENTION (CONTACT) NAME and SHIP TO
ADDRESS with PHONE NUMBER.
e
d
h
g
k
f
j
i
c. DATE and SERVICE LEVEL of the order.
d. ORDER-LEVEL SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS (INST)
regarding this order enable prompt and
accurate pickups and deliveries.
e. The DATE and TIME you placed the order, as well
as how the order was received by Iron Mountain.
f. The SKP ID (SafeKeeperPLUS BARCODE
NUMBER) and CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER. EB
(Entire Carton) or IF (Individual File) describes
the type (TY) of item requested.
g. Details and descriptions about each service
transaction at the carton or file level. SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS, which pertain to this order line
only, appear here. DESCRIPTION/DISPOSITION
relays pertinent information regarding the item.
h. The FND column indicates whether the item
requested was Found or Not Found (YES or NO).
i. An EXTRA ACTIONS field displays the type of extra action(s) taken for that particular item, if any, as well as the
quantity of actions performed.
j. A Packing Slip Summary displays the total number of Found items (LINES PICKED), Not Found items (LINES NOT
PICKED), EXTRA ACTIONS taken, if any, and, the total number of BOXES, PACKAGES, and STORAGE UNITS.
k. The PK ID column indicates the Package ID Number that contains the individual file listed on the Packing Slip.
This is only applicable to individual file items on the Order. The Package ID can be found on the Package Label
affixed to the outside of any package containing individual files.
Customer and driver signatures appear on Iron Mountain Daily Vehicle Logs and validate services performed.
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Reviewing Your Package Label for Individual File Delivery
When your individual file orders are delivered, Iron Mountain now affixes a Package Label to the outside of each
package that is used for delivery. For larger orders, Iron Mountain may place the individual files into a box for
easier handling and delivery. When the files are retrieved, each individual file is scanned and matched to the
Package Label to confirm what files were delivered in which package. The barcoded Package Label contains information that matches corresponding information on the Packing Slip. For individual files, the Package Label is
scanned upon delivery to ensure the correct package is delivered.
Standard features of the hardcopy Package Label include:
a
a. ORDER NUMBER and ROUTE ID.
b
b. SERVICE DATE.
c. CUSTOMER ID and COMPANY
NAME for Delivery
d. The PACKAGE NUMBER can be
matched with the PK ID column on
the Packing Slip so you know what
files are in what package before
opening the package.
c
d
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Reviewing Your Outcard /Outcard Label
The Iron Mountain Outcard assists in the maintenance of inventory history. It is used to locate needed inventory
when you request it, and acts as a place marker for an individual file that is pulled from its carton or open file
shelf location during a retrieval. The barcoded, self-adhesive label contains an abbreviated version of the
Packing Slip information and is placed on the outside of the carton or file that has been retrieved, thereby
facilitating delivery within your organization as well as proper refiling at Iron Mountain. For boxes, the barcode
on the Outcard Label is scanned upon delivery to ensure the correct box is delivered.
Standard features of the hardcopy Outcard /Outcard Label include:
a. The ITEM TYPE will be either EB for
a box or IF for an individual file.
a
b
b. The CUSTOMER ID, ORDER TYPE,
ORDER NUMBER and LINE, and
ROUTE ID.
c
c
c. The SKP ID (SafeKeeperPLUS
Barcode Number) and CUSTOMER
BOX NUMBER, if any.
Outcard for a Retrieved Carton
d. The description of the file as it
was entered during order entry.
d
f
d
e
j
Outcard for a Retrieved File from a Carton
g
h
i
e. LINE-LEVEL SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
refer only to that particular item,
providing information helpful in
retrieving and/or refiling the item.
f. TRANSPORTATION DATE, and TIME.
g. The FOR (Requested For) identifies
the End User who is actually
receiving the item.
h. CONTACT NAME indicates who
placed the Order and/or who the
order is to be delivered to.
i. SERVICE LEVEL.
j. Barcode technology ensures that
inventory and related paperwork
are processed quickly and
accurately
For more information about how to read your Packing Slip and/or Outcard, please contact your Iron Mountain
Account Manager.
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Permanently Removing Records From Storage
Permanent Withdrawal and Destruction
In a properly maintained records management program, inventory is monitored to ensure the timely removal,
when appropriate, of records from storage. Descriptive information and retrieval activity patterns for these records
should be reviewed prior to making any removal decisions.
At Iron Mountain, there are two types of removal: Permanent Withdrawal and Destruction.
Permanent Withdrawal is the Customer-initiated process of removing a carton or file from
inventory with no intention of sending it back to storage. Once permanently withdrawn,
the record is assigned a WTH (withdrawn) status and the Customer is no longer charged
for storage on that record.
Destruction is the process by which Customer-authorized records are permanently disposed
of by Iron Mountain. Once destroyed, the record is assigned a DST (destroyed) status and the
Customer is no longer charged for storage on that record.
Permanent Withdrawal
A Permanent Withdrawal is a special type of retrieval order. By following the established authorization
procedures for your organization, you can permanently withdraw records the same way you would request
a typical retrieval: online through the Iron Mountain Connect records management portal, phone, fax, or e-mail.
If ordering online, simply select the ‘Permanent Withdrawal’ order type. If ordering by fax, check the
‘Permanent Withdrawal’ order type box; if ordering by e-mail, indicate that, “the following items are for
permanent withdrawal.” And, if ordering by phone, instruct the Iron Mountain Representative
at the beginning of your order that you “would like to permanently withdraw the following items”.
Doing so ensures that your permanent withdrawal request will be processed accurately and in the
most efficient way possible.
NOTE:
If you make frequent withdrawal orders, or would like to permanently
withdraw a large percentage of your inventory, please contact your
Iron Mountain Account Manager.
Once permanently withdrawn, each record’s inventory history is updated to a WTH (withdrawn) status.
Beginning with your next regular billing cycle, you will no longer pay for storage on that record. Upon
delivery of your permanently withdrawn items, you will receive a Packing Slip which details
each withdrawn item and its current disposition.
If you have previously retrieved records from storage but did not indicate at that time that they should
have been permanently withdrawn, please provide Iron Mountain with written authorization (by an
Authorized User from your organization) to have them permanently withdrawn from your inventory.
Upon receipt of the authorization, Iron Mountain will create a permanent withdrawal order for the
records, which discontinues further storage charges and updates each record’s disposition to ‘WTH’.
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Destruction
Selecting the appropriate destruction method for your organization based on the types of records you store and
their retention schedule requirements is an important decision to make in the records management life cycle.
Iron Mountain securely destroys material by shredding:
Secure Shredding: Under this method, Iron Mountain destroys records by shredding; rendering those materials beyond reconstruction by reasonable procedures. At all times prior to
physical destruction, records are in the secured custody of Iron Mountain. Upon completion, a
certificate of destruction is provided, indicating that the material was destroyed by shredding.
Upon written authorization from a Destruction Authorized User in your organization, Iron Mountain will
initiate the destruction process based on the method(s) you choose.
Identifying Records for Destruction
There are two ways for a Destruction Authorized User to advise Iron Mountain about the records that have met
their retention period and should be destroyed: by highlighting a Destruction Eligibility Report or
Inventory Report, and/or by using Specific Criteria.
Requesting Destruction Using the Destruction Eligibility Report and/or Inventory Report. Iron Mountain
provides comprehensive Inventory Reports of the cartons and individually listed files that you have in storage.
From these Reports, the DESTROY DATES of your inventory can be reviewed and identified for destruction.
❶
Photocopy the Destruction Eligibility Report or Inventory Report and highlight the CUSTOMER BOX
NUMBER and/or the SafeKeeperPLUS (SKP) BARCODE NUMBER of the record(s) to be destroyed.
❷
Attach a letter, signed by a Destruction Authorized User from your organization, to the Destruction
Eligibility Report or Inventory Report, which clearly states that the highlighted records are authorized
for destruction by Iron Mountain.
❸
Address this letter and the highlighted Report(s) to the Iron Mountain Data Entry department at
your local Iron Mountain District. If you don’t know that address, contact your Iron Mountain
Account Manager.
Requesting Destruction Based on Specific Criteria. You may wish to create a destruction order with
Iron Mountain based on a specific set of criteria; for example, all cartons that have passed a particular
DESTROY DATE.
The criteria from which you can select are: DESTROY DATE, RECEIPT DATE, FROM DATE, TO DATE, CUSTOMER BOX
NUMBER, DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, RECORD CODE, DEPARTMENT ID/RECORD CODE combination.
The DIVISION ID, DEPARTMENT ID, and/or RECORD CODE can also be used in conjunction with other criteria
to limit the destruction order to records that meet the criteria and are inventoried to that DIVISION ID,
DEPARTMENT ID, and/or RECORD CODE.
To create a destruction order using criteria, send a letter, signed by a Destruction Authorized User from your
organization, to your local Iron Mountain District. If you don’t know that address, contact your Iron Mountain
Account Manager. Be sure to note the criteria and ranges to be used to create the destruction order.
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Verification of Records for Destruction
Verification of the records you have selected for destruction is a two-step process.
The Preliminary Destruction Listing
Upon receipt of your destruction request(s), Iron Mountain creates a destruction order from which a
Preliminary Destruction Listing is generated and automatically sent to you along with an instructions letter.
After carefully reviewing the Listing, sign in the designated areas on both the Preliminary Destruction Listing(s)
and the instructions letter and return them to Iron Mountain Data Entry at the Iron Mountain address clearly
shown on the instructions letter so that the destruction order(s) may be processed.
If the Preliminary Destruction Listing(s) needs to be changed, proceed as follows:
For each item that should NOT be destroyed:
❶
With a single pen line, cross out the particular item and write ‘DND’ [do not destroy].
❷
Highlight the entire line, as well.
❸
Note any applicable updates about the item such as a new DESTRUCTION REVIEW DATE
or HOLD CODE.
❹
Sign both the Preliminary Destruction Listing(s) and the instructions letter and return them to
Iron Mountain Data Entry at the Iron Mountain address clearly shown on the instructions letter.
For each item that should be ADDED to the list for destruction:
❶
Write the CUSTOMER BOX NUMBER and the SKP BARCODE NUMBER on the last page of the Listing.
❷
Highlight these newly-listed items.
❸
Sign both the Preliminary Destruction Listing(s) and the instructions letter and return them to
Iron Mountain Data Entry at the Iron Mountain address clearly shown on the instructions letter.
NOTE: Iron Mountain will not destroy your inventory without the signed Preliminary
Destruction Listing(s) and instructions letter from a Destruction Authorized User in
your organization.
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The Final Destruction Listing
After Iron Mountain receives your signed Preliminary Destruction Listing(s) and instructions letter, and the
destruction order has been processed, a Final Destruction Listing is automatically generated and sent to you to
confirm that the destruction of your records, as you specified, has been completed.
As a part of the destruction process, Iron Mountain maintains a record of the carton, changes the STATUS of
the item to ‘DST’ [Destroyed by Iron Mountain], and creates a history record for the item which captures the
DATE OF DESTRUCTION, the ORDER NUMBER, DIVISION ID, and DEPARTMENT ID of the division/department
who requested the destruction (if applicable), as well as the CONTACT person for the destruction order.
Any item requested to be destroyed but that was previously Outcarded [OUT], Permanently Withdrawn [WTH],
Destroyed by Iron Mountain [DST], or Destroyed by Your Organization [DSO] would be excluded from your
destruction order request and, instead, be detailed on an accompanying Destruction Exception Report.
Outcarded records will continue to incur storage charges. If a record will not be returning to storage at Iron
Mountain, or, if you have destroyed records at your own facility, please provide Iron Mountain with written
authorization (from an Authorized User in your organization) to have them permanently withdrawn from your
inventory. Upon receipt of the authorization, Iron Mountain will create a permanent withdrawal order for the
records, which discontinues further storage charges and updates each record’s disposition to ‘WTH’.
If the status of an inventory item has changed between the time you originally requested that the item be
destroyed and the time the destruction order was processed (after signing the Preliminary Destruction Listing
and instructions letter), then a Status Change To Records On The Destruction Order Report is also included.
This may occur if a record listed on the Preliminary Destruction Listing was subsequently retrieved from
storage and delivered to you.
Certificate of Destruction
A Certificate of Destruction statement will appear on your next Iron Mountain Invoice. For more information
about removing records from storage, please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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Records Management Resources
Carton Quick Reference Guide
Information – today, it’s the single most important asset your organization possesses. For more than 50 years, Iron
Mountain has been the leader in records and information management services. That’s why we take protecting
and preserving your most valuable information very seriously.
One way to ensure the integrity of your organization’s valuable information is to use storage cartons specifically
designed for the job. Whether you store your information on-site, or with Iron Mountain off-site, we can provide
you with a wide variety of cartons — each one manufactured to exacting standards, designed for ease of
assembly and convenience, and tested for strength and durability.
Cartons Designed to Meet Your Needs
Records come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and mediums. To ensure that yours are adequately protected,
Iron Mountain offers cartons designed to store such items as:
Standard, letter-sized business documents
Legal and oversized documents
Medical records, x-rays, and ledgers
Blueprints, architectural plans, and engineering drawings
Business cheques, deposit slips, and time cards
Cassette tapes and videotapes
Any other important document
All of Iron Mountain’s cartons are environmentally friendly. They are composed of both virgin and recycled
materials and are recyclable, as well.
How to Order Iron Mountain Cartons
Ordering Iron Mountain cartons is easy! You can order online by using the Iron Mountain Connect™ records
management portal, or by contacting us at 1 800 FastFile. Regardless of the method, an Iron Mountain
Representative will be happy to assist you. For more efficient ordering, please provide the carton model
number, located on the hand-hold side of each carton.
When it comes to serving the document needs of your business, small or large, trust Iron Mountain.
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Iron Mountain Standard Carton Inventory
MODEL #
CARTON TYPE AND DESCRIPTION
251
Standard Legal
• White Colour
• 200 lb. test corrugated
• Double wall construction
• Attached lid
• Sold in bundles of 10
404
Computer Printout
• White Colour
• 200 lb. test corrugated
• Double wall construction
• Attached lid
• Sold in bundles of 20
844
Voucher
• Kraft Colour
• 200 lb. test corrugated
• Double wall construction
• Pull out drawer
• Sold in bundles of 10
600
Engineer/Drawings
• White Colour
• 200 lb. test corrugated
• Double wall construction
• Attached lid
• Sold in bundles of 10
15” L x 12” W x 10” H*
38cm x 30cm x 25cm
17” L x 13” W x 13” H*
43cm x 33cm x 33cm
24” L x 9” W x 56” H*
61cm x 22cm x 142cm
602
48” L x 5” W x 5” H*
121cm x 12cm x 12cm
200
Ledger/X-ray
• White Colour
• 200 lb. test corrugated
• Double wall construction
• Attached lid
• Sold in bundles of 20
16” L x 10” W x 19” H*
40cm x 25cm x 48cm
550
Large Legal
White Colour
• 200 lb. test corrugated
• Double wall construction
• Attached lid
• Sold in bundles of 20
•
24.75” L x 15” W x 10” H*
62cm x 38cm x 25cm
*Internal Dimension
For more information about ordering cartons and supplies, please contact your Iron Mountain Account Manager.
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