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  • Significantly, the US Part 135 Business Aviation sector (generally 10 or more certificate holders) and Part 145 Repair Stations will come under new FAA scrutiny under the System Approach for Safety Oversight AFS 30 office at the FAA. The Safety Assurance System (FAA’s internal program) takes the success of ATOS for the large Part 121 carriers, end expands it significantlyHowever both the new rule and the new oversight will be based on System Safety principles that have been around for nearly 15 years.Our approach today is to show you how to cost effectively you to meet or exceed the requirements of the coming rule and over-sight while doing so with minimal ‘additional’ change – in other words the 8 steps toto enable SMS as part of your day to day business
  • There are many interpretations as to what is an SMS. For the US marketplace we really need to focus on what the FAA SMS guidance leads to
  • An efficient SMS has many components – capture, analysis, assessing risk, tasking and reporting. In order to get there we have identified 8 steps.Gain Top Management CommitmentImplement Safety Management Across an Air CarrierEnsure Documentation, including Processes, Signatures and DeliveryEnable a Culture of Incident ReportingCapture and Analyze all Safety Related InformationTie Risk Assessment to Incidents and Relate Cost ImpactAudit – Making Sure You Do What You Say You Will DoReport and Share Information with Management and Regulators
  • Let’s look at these in order. The ‘order’ is based on the FAA guidance material generally available
  • Provide a framework for adoptionCreate an environment where safetyisthe business and information about safety is generated as part of normal day-to-day operations.Facilitate reporting of eventsFacilitate analytics across the businessFacilitate a constant view of the health of the business as it related to safetyLimit new costs and minimize re-training
  • Any questions of comments about how an electronic SMS enables Management Commitment
  • So how do we actualize SMS
  • Once management has defined the roles responsibilities and has put in place a just culture, now what?
  • Safety and risk management are informational problems. All information related to operations, policies, procedures and documentation need to be brought together for visibility and analysis. Information silos make visibility and analysis almost impossible to address With SMS: Sharing information is no longer optional. How does a certificate holdercreate an environment of sharingon a limited budget? One place for all information
  • You need to provide an information foundation as we have discussed to capture and maintain knowledge of the risk profile of the certificate holder, engage and encourage all personnel to both report and act on safety recommendations.By bringing information together with engagement of the entire organization you provide the enabling engine for the safety culture
  • A principle building block of safety is documentation. Clearly defining all actions required to operate provides the foundation for repeatability and enforcement of consistency. Critically though, you need to be able to manage change in documentation and enable distribution to those who need it
  • Tech pubs is usually the last thing thought of when changing or enhancing processes in the certificate holderHow many sticky notes do you have in your manuals. In one organization I worked with the training manual had over 400 sticky notes – tough to maintain consistency and clarity of directionHow do you ensure that the latest approved documentation is in place where needed? How do you stop people from working with outmoded documentation?An how often does your organization face challenges with departmental ownership of documents, their styles, formats and applicability
  • The reality:The tech pubs department and documentation in general is the last thing anybody thinks about in the business.  That being said, without clear and well defined documentation, the business is potentially out of compliance with rules.  Many smaller operators have dust covered manuals in place Providing a well defined and easy-to-use change management process plus related workflow to make sure it gets done would certainly be recognized by the regulator as they oversee the adherence to the ‘rule of the documentation’.  In the aviation business, the ONLY things that get done are those documented.  If operators are doing things that are not clearly documented they are out of compliance and could lose their operating certificateAfter all the FAA Guidance says that: a) Documentation will be:LegibleDated (with dates of Revisions)Readily identifiableMaintainedin an orderly manner Retainedfor a specified period of time as determined by the organization
  • Documentation Management systems or Content Management systems are expensive, complex and specialized. A good electronic SMS solution provides the fundamental ability to change, append and distribute current documentation and provides ready access to all who need it.It also provides the capability of positive acknowledgement that a document has been read and enforces acceptance through electronic signatures
  • OK so how do you get everybody to report incidents and occurences throughout the business.By year end Finnair all employees will have access to an electronic SMS solution to enable and track event identification and resultant corrective and preventative action
  • FAA Guidance says: The organization will establish and maintain a confidential employee safety reporting and feedback system as in Component Employees will be encouraged to use the safety reporting and feedback system without fear of reprisal and to submit solutions/safety improvements where possible.  Data from the safety reporting and feedback system will be monitored to identify emerging hazards. Data collected in the safety reporting and feedback system will be included in analyses
  • SMS guidance also mandates that confidential reporting maintain s the confidential nature of the reportingEnables people to report without fear of consequence (where appropriate)Yet these issues need to be acted upon, so the confidential reports need to be brought into the corrective/preventative action processes of the companyA good electronic SSMS will enable the use of the knowledge gained fron reporting yet protect the source
  • A good SMS solution enablesConfidential and normal reporting from everybody in the company including suppliers and third partiesIt will capture and manage all safety related eventsIty will provide a foundation for analysis, audit, corrective and preventative action and changeAnd most importantly it will engender a follow up capability that ensures, with minimum effort, that all identified and tasked items are in fact are completed and documented
  • Reiterating my comment from earlier, SMS is an informational challenge. All safety and risk related occurences need to be brought into a common platform for management, tasking and follow up.Information in silos are ineffective. If you have ASAP, FOQA, LOSA and other reporting mechanisms for your company, how can you gain a consistent, accurate and timely view of ALL the information you need for analysis and action. The management team needs to have a single view of the safety and risk profile of the organization at all times
  • The FAA guidance indicates:System descriptions and task analysis developed tothe level of detail necessary to:   a) Identify hazards  b) Develop operational procedures, and c) Develop and implement risk controls.Capabilities to identify risks associated: Reported and actualized incidents, manage them and provide corrective and preventative actionsYou need to create a single place where everything about the company related to safety and risk is maintained and is accessible to all (where appropriate). You need to bring together all the disparate pieces of the puzzle to gain a consistent and comprehensive view of the safety and risk profile. And you need to be able to report on any and all.
  • A good SMS provides a common information store for analysis and actionIt needs the ability to identify issues and initiate corrective and preventative action to ensure it is not repeatedAnd everybody needs visibility to their required action to ensure safety across the organization
  • Remember you need a single version of the truth to manage safety in any organization Everybody need to sing from the same songbook, and departmental differences and personalities need to be minimized
  • How do you prioritize your reaction to safety related challenges in your business
  • How do you prioritize corrective and preventative action.  Today gut feel is the prime decision criteria.  Q-Pulse enables fact-based decisioning.  By tying actual (estimated) cost to non-compliance the decisions become more fact-basedUse fact to determine the value of change, making decisions fact-based.  Provides and additional layer of decision making information to management Identifying and tracking cost besides enabling better decisions focus the entire management team’s view on doing the correct thing based on reality.  Most Part 135 operations especially outside maintenance are reactive and event-focused.  Q-Pulse forces management to base decisions on fact, and enables analysis to determine the best course of action based on the historical cost of non-compliance/conformanceIf closed loop processes were in place would we have had the accident?  Q-Pulse-  as a management tool to manage the ‘information’ about the business, its processes, and its people
  • How do you prioritize corrective and preventative action.  Today gut feel is the prime decision criteria.  Q-Pulse enables fact-based decisioning.  Identifying and tracking cost besides enabling better decisions focus the entire management team’s view on doing the correct thing based on reality.  Most Part 135 operations especially outside maintenance are reactive and event-focused.  Q-Pulse forces management to base decisions on fact, and enables analysis to determine the best course of action based on the historical cost of non-compliance/conformance
  • So how do you prove your approach to regulators and more importantly how do you ensure that you are operating safely – auditing is the key. Whether described as checklists, IEP’s SAS, or IOSA Audit questionnaire, auditing is critical to ensuring you are compliant to regulations and conformant to system safety principles
  • Organizations MUST monitor operational data Determine conformity to safety risk controls Measure the effectiveness of safety risk controlsAssess SMS system performanceIdentify hazardsLine management of operational departments MUST:Conduct regular internal audits of safety-related functions of the organization’s operational processes (production system)Conduct internal evaluations of:1. Operational processes SMS at planned intervals to determine that the SMS conforms to objectives and expectations2. Planning of the evaluation program will take into account: a) Safety criticality of the processes being evaluated, and The results of previous evaluations.3. The organization will define:a) Evaluations, including: (1) Criteria,(2) Scope, (3) Frequency, and(4) Methods;b) The processes used to select the evaluators; and c) Documented procedures, which include:The responsibilities
  • The issue in the US is the upcoming FAA mandate. Regulators analyze businesses based on the processes they have in place to ensure compliance to regulations and conformance to system safety principles.  That is, each carrier is unique.  The FAA oversight of each carrier is unique.  The issue under scrutiny is whether the Part 135 (or anybody) for that matter has the closed loop ‘systems’ in place to ensure follow-up and safe operations Conduct internal evaluations of:1. Operational processes SMS at planned intervals to determine that the SMS conforms to objectives and expectations2. Planning of the evaluation program will take into account: a) Safety criticality of the processes being evaluated, and The results of previous evaluations.3. The organization will define:a) Evaluations, including: (1) Criteria,(2) Scope, (3) Frequency, and(4) Methods;b) The processes used to select the evaluators; and c) Documented procedures, which include the responsibilities and Authorities
  • Auditing is critical and systemized approaches are necessary. Audit creation needs to be straight forward with easy-to-assign tasking and follow up. Audits generally raise questions which engenders further investigation. That investigation needs to be quickly and easily assigned and follow up
  • The last section of the FAA Guidance discusses the requirement to report things you are doing right and things that are not so right, but where action is in place to rectify the situation. Also reporting is critical to managing the safety environment at your company
  • So how do you report on all the things going on, on all the actions (corrective and preventative) on the status of everything. How do you do it cost effectively. The answer is to employ an effective electronic SMS. That electronic SMS needs to bring together al aspects of safety management. The SMS has to be accessible, effective, be able to minimize bad data, that incorporates analytics, and activity tracking. All aspects need to be reported on for effective management and to create a view of the operation’s SMS behavior at all levels.
  • The SMS has to be able to support inquiry from all aspects, fully and with no loss of captured information. It needs to be available and transparent (where appropriate) across the organization.You need one place to capture, store, analyze and report on safety throughout your company – and to include partners, vendors and regulators. You need one version of the truth for everybody
  • Q-Pulse provides the information platform to evaluate the risk profile across the company.  Eliminates information silos.  Engenders non-punitive reporting (event capture) Captures all aspects of the business.  Enables consistent reporting. Provides a single ‘version of the truth” about the operation, validation they are doing the right thing, gets the regulators off their backsIf closed loop processes were in place would we have had the accident?  Q-Pulse-  as a management tool to manage the ‘information’ about the business, its processes, and its peopleIncident reportingDocument managementAuditAssetPeople and credentialsTraining and competenceCorrective and preventative actionAnalyticsReportingAt a cost effective price

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  • Safety in Aviation 8 Steps to an efficient SMS Bob Trevelyan Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. August 9, 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Purpose of the WebinarTo enable you meet the challenges relatedto SMS and new FAA oversight in 8 stepsWhile:  Maximizing ROI  Increasing Operational Readiness  Reducing accidentsShowing you how an electronic SMSsolution can help… Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • What is SMS? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • What is “SMS”?FAA considers SMS as:“A management system for integrating safety activities into normal day-to- day business practices” Dr. Don Arendt FAA 2009 Advisory Circular 120-92A Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • The 8 Steps Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 8 Steps to an efficient SMS Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 1 Gain Top Management Commitment Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 1. Top Management Commitment Without the commitment you cannot embody SMS in the business The safety culture is unique to your business and is tempered by top management Everybody must operate and manage within a safety cultureThe Reality:System safety principles minimize therisk of operations while enhancing Profits Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 1. Top Management CommitmentSo how do you enable management to adopt SMS?An electronic SMS solution can provide aframework for adoption by:  Promoting a Safety Culture  Facilitating reports  Providing analytics  Centralizing safety information  Tracking the cost of safety Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Questions? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 2 Implement Safety Management Across a your organization Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 2. Implementing Safety Management Across a your organization OK the team is committed – Now what? We have SMS! Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 2. Implementing Safety Management Across a your organizationHow do you bring all the information related to safety together?  How do you capture it when anybody can (should) report events related to safety?  How do you relate training to safety?  How do you enable controlled document management?  How do you cross departmental boundaries?  How can you view the risk profile at any time?  How do you tie costs to incidents?  How do you build proper signature authorities?  How do you follow up on everybody? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you implement SMS Across a your organization?An electronic SMS solution can assistimplementation by:  Providing an information foundation  Engaging all relevant personnel  Enabling a culture of safety Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 3 Ensuring Documentation, Including Processes, Signatures and Delivery Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Common issues within documentation… Does your tech pubs organization look like this? Are your manuals full of sticky notes? How do you ensure that only the latest approved document is in use?• Does your flight ops group hold all their own manuals? Do they follow exact procedures for updating and distribution? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 3. Ensuring Documentation, Including Processes, Signatures and DeliveryOrganizations are required to: 1) Have Safety Assurance processes in place 2) Maintain safety processes as part of SMS 3) Ensure processes are supported by clear and concise documentation Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you ensure documentationcompliance?An electronic SMS solution can help document management by:  Providing a common, accessible current library  Controlling updates and revisions  Providing an organization-wide distribution system  Tracking approval feedback Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 4 Enable a Culture of Incident Reporting Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 4. Enable a Culture of Incident ReportingWhat happens today if an employee reports a mistake? Here’s your hat – And your final paycheck Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 4. Enable a Culture of Incident ReportingUnder SMS, employees are encouraged to report withoutreprisalDifferent types of reporting:  Confidential – must be respected  Safety issues – must be acted upon Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you enable a reporting culture?An electronic SMS solution can enable a reporting culture by:  Providing access to all employees  Capturing all safety events  Analyzing safety trends  Providing logical workflow and task tracking Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Comments or questions? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 5 Capture and Analyze All Safety Related Information Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 5. Capture and Analyze All Safety Related Information You need one, interconnected environment to house all information related to safety Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you capture and analyze allsafety related information?An electronic SMS solution can organize data collection andanalysis by: Centralizing all safety related information Highlighting problem areas Improving visibility of results and initiating corrective/preventative actions Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Comments or Questions? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 6 Tie Risk Assessment to Incidents and Relate Cost Impact Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 6. Tie Risk Assessment to Incidents and Relating Cost Impact You MUST:  Identify a risk profile for all incidents  Prioritize based on risk and by cost  Be realistic with challenge expectations  Understand the true costs of action/inaction Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you evaluate risk and relatedcosts?An electronic SMS solution can track risks and related costs by: Bringing all components together Understanding the true costs of action/inaction Evaluating processes Designing approaches that maximize safe operations Guiding operational decisions Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 7 Audit – Making Sure You Do What You Say You Will Do Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 7. Audit – Making Sure You Do What You Say You Will DoOrganization’s MUST document auditprocedures, to include: a) The Responsibilities b) Expectations for:  Planning audits  Conducting audits  Reporting results  Maintaining records  Auditing contractors and vendors Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • 7. Audit – Making Sure You Do What You Say You Will Do Create Audits Follow up Perform Audits Corrective Events People Result Action Data Data Data Data Initiate Action Analyze Results Create and implement corrective and preventative actions Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you manage audits effectively?An electronic SMS solution can streamline your audit processesby: Facilitating audit creation, management and follow up Assigning responsibility of corrective actions Tracking progress of actions and escalates when required Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • Step 8 Report and Share Information With Employees Management and Regulators Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you report and shareinformation across your organization? How do you do it all? Where do you find the time? And where do you find the money? Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • How do you report and shareinformation across your organization?An electronic SMS solution can effectively manage yourinformation across the business by: Repetitive reporting Transparency of data across throughout the organization Sharing and distributing in a centrally controlled location Having the with ability to capture proof for audit purposes Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • In Summary Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.
  • END OF PRESENTATIONVisit us at www.sextantreadings.com Or call us +1 415 457 1905 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc. Copyright © 2012 Sextant Readings Solutions Inc.Q-Pulse is the registered trade mark of Gael Limited. Copyright © 2012 Gael Limited. Registered Office: 1 Cambuslang Court, Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland G32.