A company’s efficiency is dependent upon there being a single source of truth for how to perform tasks. Not only does this make sure that everyone’s on the same page, it’s also essential for surviving an audit. Of course, SOPs are only as good as the system used to create and manage them.
An SOP’s format and the guidelines for how to create one depend on which industry a company is in. Most SOPs include the purpose, scope, definitions, responsibilities, procedure, and revision history.
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