Facilities are a hidden influence on quality
When you think of quality management, you may not think about the role facilities play in maintaining quality. Certainly, safety is more visible (think of the impact of a slip and fall, for example), but the condition of facilities also has an impact on product quality.
From cleanliness to optimal operating conditions, the quality management status of a facility impacts people who work there and products or services produced.
A comprehensive quality management system (QMS) enables facilities and facilities managers to operate at optimal efficiency while meeting required regulations.
- Maintain all facility policies in a comprehensive document control application. Create, review and approve policies through predefined workflows
- Manage risk of adverse events
- Train and track all facilities management employees on appropriate policies and procedures
- Manage facility audits and corrective actions