Most of the upper level SQF management is completed by me. We have a training coordinator who handles most of the training scheduling, and Maintenance manages a decent amount of the plant calibrations on their own.
Some of the departments are actually very good at ensuring their items are completed on time. The rest of them, we have to chase down in order to fill in their corrective actions on the GMP reports, Glass and Hard Plastic, etc.
My boss helps with the far reaching and upper management of the programs, but does not actually do any documentation changes, date management, calibration management, etc. When we find a major systemic breakdown of the system is where he will jump in and drive, and then once we get back on track, we will go back to overseeing from above.
I like the solution of the excel sheet, and having hyperlinks to some of the items so it makes it much easier to check in on the item. No excuse when the things are one click away. I've started overseeing more of our sanitation/flour system/grounds as well, so being able to throw those tasks that are supposed to be done that usually our silo guy completed would also be nice. Do you keep it separated out by tabs for different areas, or just throw all of the tasks into one large sheet and filter as needed? I would like to see what columns you are using.
We do not have a managing software. I have been interested in them for a period of time, but its something that would be hard to get corporate on board with.
Thank you everyone for the help!