“Closed system” with electronic signatures has been a feature since
the first Quality Manaul was launched in 1993.
All documents are prepared and edited in the workbook of the Quality Manual. When a document is completed, it goes through a predefined approval process where it‘s reviewed and verified before it‘s finally is published. System contains strict trace ability and is version controlled.
If there are any issues to be found with the document before publication, every member involved approval process can reject the document and send it back to the editing stage.
The editable version contains different categorization options such as table of content, process, document type and access control. Review date is set and all document has its own version history. In the different views managers can follow status of the document and to whom
When a document is published, a non-editable version appears in the Published documents interface. When a published document is up for review, the system sends the editors an email reminding them that the time has come to revise the document.
The workbook version of the published document is then re-evaluated, and the necessary adjustments are made. When the document is completed, the approval process starts all over again.
It is easy to search for a specific document. There is an inbuilt filter, search engine and the different views such as document type, reference to standard and my favourites guides you to correct document.
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