Standard Operating Procedure Example



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How to make a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) template? 

Writing Standard Operating Procedures, or so called SOP, will enable you to standardize business procedures, get started more quickly, and provide answers to common Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) related questions. 

An SOP clarify to everyone the procedure format you want to use. This SOP template is a handy starting point so you don’t have to stare at a blank page. And will save everyone a lot of time selecting the font, margins, outlining, and answering questions about your company SOP structure. 

SOPs are used within a variety of industries ranging from manufacturing (ISO 9000, AS9100, ISO/TS16949, OSHA), Information Technology (ITIL, ISO 20000, CoBit), health care (JCAHO, ISO 13485), accounting (Sarbanes-Oxley, GAAP, IFRS),FDA (ISO 22000, GMP) and/or Human Resources (ADA, FMLA, EOE, FSLA, etc). 

Standards like SOP are developed to speed up the learning and prevent common mistakes/issues. Why wait for people to get hurt during manufacturing in your company? OSHA Standards foster safety learning. OSHA SOP procedures communicate safety expectations. OSHA maybe for safety yet the same principle applies to all other standards or regulations. Standards are intended to speed up process learning.




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