This Standard Operating Procedure should be the base for the everyday training programme of every employee.The Standard Operating Procedure should be often updated to insure of obedience to the realisation conditions and the working practise. Changes of the Standard Operating Procedure are activated generally by the process or the procedure changes or the adaptations.
In other cases, the change being requested can have a major operational, administrative and/or financial impact.
SOPs are recommended for all procedures that pose a potential risk to the health and safety of personnel.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) lets you operationalize documents such as plans, regulation, compliance, and policies.
The consequences of not having SOPs in good working order are far more serious than the inconvenience of keeping them updated.
Part I of this series explains why SOPs matter and presents strategies for creating them.