The following General Disposal Schedules have been approved by State Records Council.
- Schedules implementing disposal freezes
Records of relevance to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (GDS 32)
approved by the State Records Council on 27 March 2013 and is effective until 13 December 2023
approved by the State Records Council on 15 August 2018 and is effective until 31 December 2023
applies to records created through legal proceedings and applications for ex gratia payments arising out of alleged abuse of former children whilst they were in State Care.
provides guidelines for identifying documents which may be relevant to Native Title Claims.
- General Disposal Schedules covering state and local government and Ministers Offices
applies to general administrative records created and maintained by State Government agencies of South Australia.
applies to all records, irrespective of format or media, created or received by any Local Government Authority in South Australia.
RDS 2017/37 approved 10 April 2018 supersedes items 14.76.2 and 16.76.4 relating to CCTV recordings, to enable these recordings to be deleted after 31 days in accordance with Australian Standard 4806.1.
applies to all operational records created or received by any Ministerial Office in South Australia.
- General Disposal Schedules for digitised records
applies to hard copy source records that are converted to digital format as part of business processes.
- Sector-based General Disposal Schedules
caters for all agencies with a role that includes emergency management
approved by the State Records Council on 16 December 2014.
applies to operational records created or received by the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD) - Early Childhood Services (and predecessor agencies)
applies to operational records commonly created or received by all Natural Resources Management (NRM) Boards in South Australia.
applies to operational records created or received by all public primary and secondary schools in South Australia.
South Australian Clinical and Client-Related Records of Public Health Units in South Australia (GDS 28)
for Clinical and Client-Related Records of Public Health Units in South Australia.
applies to operational records commonly created or received by South Australian Universities.
applies to records commonly created or received as evidence of the functions and activities of Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry established in South Australia.
For a copy of an upload version of GDS 30, GDS 20, GDS 23 or GDS 24, contact State Records