Program Compliance Framework

Building on our extensive experience working in regulated client environments, Clytan has developed a robust framework that presents the common steps used for any type of compliance where a determination of a facility’s compliance status is required.

The framework provides clients with an approach for effectively conducting compliance inspections and becoming involved in compliance follow-ups and the resolution of any violations found. The framework identifies the major business processes and subsequent activities that make up each of the four main processes – Pre-Inspection, Inspection, Investigation and Reporting.

Targeting & Pre-Inspection

The targeting process includes developing a schedule for conducting inspections of all targeted facilities and assigning inspector(s) to each facility for inspection.

The pre-inspection process is performed to equip the inspector(s) with the necessary tools and information to help in making the most effective use of the time and work invested conducting the inspection. The pre-inspection process focuses mainly on preparing the questions and activities to be conducted as well as the notification to the targeted facilities (if an announced inspection).

Inspection

Inspections are used to ensure that targeted facilities are meeting the regulations by which they must abide. The objective of inspections is to identify non-compliance with regulations and identify problems, all of which are recorded and written into an inspection report.

Enforcements & Investigations

Enforcement and Investigations are conducted in instances of regulatory violations and where disciplinary action may be required. This is done to enforce and ensure compliance with regulations or policies.

Building on our extensive experience working in regulated client environments, Clytan has developed a robust framework that presents the common steps used for any type of compliance where a determination of a facility’s compliance status is required.

The framework provides clients with an approach for effectively conducting compliance inspections and becoming involved in compliance follow-ups and the resolution of any violations found. The framework identifies the major business processes and subsequent activities that make up each of the four main processes – Pre-Inspection, Inspection, Investigation and Reporting.

Reporting

Reports are used to support the inspection process and communicate inspection results. This includes steps in which operational, ad hoc, and varied management reports are run against the Inspections.

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