less than 3.3 is on checklists and standard procedures,
and standard procedures convey. Be a very challenging, very problematic thing as an expert,
because if you deviate from the checklist or the procedure for even for defensible reasons, you may cause yourself
more pain and more questions than is necessary. So in this module, we're gonna talk about the use of checklists and standard procedures,
the value of checklists and standard procedures. They provide consistency.
They avoid miss processes, and they allow for repeat ability.
It's really easy to remember what you need to dio if you've got a checklist. That's why auditors use them all the time.
If you have a standard procedure, you're always doing the same thing, and that makes it
and easier for another examiner to come in and pick up where you left off,
or to review what you've done and see how you did it and follow that same process to completion. So checklists and standard procedures add to the reliability of data.
can often lead to a lack of flexibility or adaptability.
If it's not on the checklist, it's not there, and it can't be added
so it makes it a little harder. Or if it's added, then the question is, why wasn't it on the checklist
That into that extent, it can become a problem when deviations air needed? Because now you've got to explain why your checklist didn't already include
why you had to deviate. And now you're spending all of your time talking about process
and form over function
standard procedures sometimes can often include predetermined biases.
Um, we're always going to do it this way, because that's how we've always done it.
But that may lead to different results.
In this video, we discussed the use of checklists and standard procedures and why it's questionable why you may wanna be careful using checklists and standard procedures.