Managing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) with Rapid Audit
The implementation of standard operating procedures and operating checklists in manufacturing ensure that the operations are consistent across every time. SOPs define and document how tasks must be completed. It is often used to demonstrate compliance with operational or regulatory practices.
Switching to Electronic SOPs
As with most business processes, moving from paper-based to electronic SOPs could transform and improve operations and compliance. The SOPs can be accessed from anywhere as long as there’s internet connection, as it is stored in a centralized location. It also ensures that the current SOP is the one available to employees.
Audit reports are can be generated real-time in the system to provide data for comprehensive analysis, highlight the non-compliances or areas for corrective action. In compliance audit reports, these generally include the assessment of practices, policies, and operational risks.
How Rapid Audit Helps with SOPs
- Increased Visibility: Managers, auditors and inspectors can get a real-time view of information in the form of summary and detailed reports showing the risk profile, enabling users to drill down data for analysis. It also shows the audit campaigns and tasks that are active and finished.
Higher Efficiency: With an automated system, SOPs are kept in a centralized repository enabling a secure and easier access. SOPs and other items are readily available during inspection and audits.
Record Integrity: Rapid Audit provides a historical record of audits performed for each Audit Form. These records provide proof of compliance and operational integrity.
- Consistent Audits: Users can create multiple campaigns to audit enabling companies and auditors to carry out multiple audits at once while ensuring that these activities are uninterrupted and completed on schedule.
Transform Your SOPs with Rapid Audit
Tracking information, internal controls, and business processes are easier when Standard Operating Procedures are digitized, especially when, for example, suppliers and new outsourcing are involved.