Document Control

Your documents — procedures, work instructions, policy statements, etc. — provide evidence of documents under control. Failing to comply could cause fines, the loss of business, or damage to your business reputation.

The basic requirement for document control require that you establish and document a procedure for:
 Reviewing and approving documents prior to release
 Reviews and approvals
 Ensuring changes and revisions are clearly identified
 Ensuring that relevant versions of applicable documents are available at their "points of use"
 Ensuring that documents remain legible and identifiable
 Ensuring that external documents like customer supplied documents or supplier manuals are identified and controlled
 Preventing "unintended" use of obsolete documents

Document control is the development, execution and supervision of plans, policies, programs and practices that control, protect, deliver and enhance the value of data and information assets.

All data included and obtained through project management activities would be organized and archived for the purpose of concerned project's requirements and establishing a database for future projects.

IPMS can give suggestions in accordance with project's requirements and relevant standards.

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