Accreditation organizations take on a complicated and costly goal of being the overseer of an industry. Typically, clients are spread out across the nation and require audits regularly, whether it’s on an annual or biennial basis. With all of these moving pieces – deadlines, flights, and schedules – it can be difficult to keep it all straight, let alone efficient.
Oftentimes, public works departments are still using pen and paper for the majority of their inspections. The first step to efficiently conducting public works inspections is conducting these inspections online and collecting the data in real-time. Utilize the underground storage tank and stormwater management inspection templates to start collecting uniform data in your department that can be analyzed and help enhance your preventive maintenance programs while saving your department time and resources.
When we met with AABB to discuss the benefits of an accreditation management system, we had them first tell us, in detail, their laboratory accreditation process. From onboarding a new customer to delivering the official certificate. We brought a representative from each department in to talk about their role in this process, and, at one big table, we walked through the steps.
We are partnering with the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) to implement an accreditation management system that will save their organization, assessors and clients a ton of time. During their 2016 Annual Meeting from October 22-25 our team will be onsite to show off the system debuting in spring 2017.
An effective client portal will help almost every aspect of your accreditation operations, which is why it is such a key element of an accreditation management software platform. It’s important for accreditation organizations to ditch the disjointed spreadsheets, faxes and emails and move their processes online.
Learn how CompWALK got started along with their history and successes in accreditation. More than just a software provider, the developers of CompWALK were born out of accreditation and now support systems across the globe.
Introducing new technology to field engineers in a county government environment can seem like a daunting task. Here’s a bit of hindsight that illustrates how good intentions, inclusion, and real-world practice led to ‘accidental’ success.
We’ve revamped CompWALK across mobile and desktop platforms and we can’t wait to show it off. With a new design, remote temperature monitoring and added functionality, we are unveiling the best CompWALK yet. Check out what’s new!
Howard County Economic Development Authority’s (HCEDA) AgTech Division awarded their first ever grant to MCE resident NextLOGiK for the development and implementation of remote temperature monitoring devices. New FSMA regulations include strict temperature reporting requirements and compliance deadlines are fast approaching. If a farmer is selling their meat at a local farmer’s market, they must record the food storage container’s temperature in intervals and provide this log to federal regulators.
Self-assessments and internal audits are very important when dealing with accreditation, safety and compliance. For accreditation bodies, offering a self-assessment module to your clients positions your organization as a resource to improve and succeed more so than a deeming body. For compliance and safety related organizations – such as a facilities management group, a self-assessment could act as a ‘preventive maintenance program.’ In both cases, self-assessments…