Control Document Checklist
When you update your processes, equipment, or systems, you may also need to update the corresponding documents. Not only is this good for OSHA compliance, but it is also beneficial for internal stakeholders. A control document checklist can help you do this.
Operational changes affect more than just the workers who interact directly with the system or process. They also impact people in HR, finance, maintenance, etc. who may need access to updated written materials such as:
- Instruction manuals
- Contingency plans
- Program information
The checklist goes over these types of documents, so you don’t forget to update or replace critical instructions or manuals during a process change. Feel free to customize this template for your own operational needs.