Document Those One-Only Tasks

As we continue to review our options for mitigating the risks for those one-only tasks that are performed within your organization, an effective approach is to document them. The documentation should be written so that someone else can use the documentation as instructions to perform the one-only task if the primary person is unavailable.

If there is an extensive list of one-only tasks that need to be documented, start with those tasks that are identified as Critical Processes first.

Need help determine what action should be taken to mitigate the risk related to your one-only tasks and/or assistance in documenting your processes? Contact Charlene Aldridge at 972.447.9787 or CharleneAldridge@aldridgekerr.com to discuss how we can assist you.

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