Similar boat here---------it looks like each department was left to mange the bit they were responsible for and things are filed wildly with (seemingly) no ryhme or reason
Post next audit (in two months) i will doing the following
Centralizing all documentation under 1 quality location
Folder 1 Policies
2 Procedures (SOPs)
3 Sanitation Procedures (SSOPs)
4 Documentation (separated into departmental folders/ production/maintenance/sanitation etc.)
Currently-revisions are on the last page and have been overwritten when saving. Archive everything and save new versions with either version number or revision date
Keep the heart of the program in "read only" that way other well intended "helpers" can't help with the heart of the program
My master log is layed out so that all associated documents are listed beside all of the policies/procedures like this
ACME GMP Policy Date Jan 1 1000 GMP Training Doc xxx Jan 1 1000
GMP Monitoring Doc xxx Jan 1 1000
Deviation Tracking xxx Jan 1 1000
That way, whenever 1 thing needs updated I am reminded to also ensure all associated documentation is modified if need be.
Also---this is a huge help https://www.inspecti...7674768_eng.pdf
A reassessment calendar!!!!