Do you have a Document Control Procedure?
If not, you should.
It will help to give clarity on exactly what’s expected and can help to ensure consistency across your project.
As a minimum a Document Control procedure should include information on: • Role of Document Control within your project • Approval processes • Correspondence management • Folder structure • Document identification protocols • Security / Permission Controls
Document Control procedures provide a road map for day-to-day operations. They ensure compliance with project protocols, give guidance for decision-making, and help to streamline processes.