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Compliance software should be designed to help you carry out the task, instead of being one more thing to do.
It should automatically generate evidence that you are following a quality assured process every single day.
What a good system should produce:-

  1. Evidence of tasks carried out
  2. Logs and reports
  3. Evidence of monitoring
  4. Proof of good practice and leadership
  5. Evidence of awareness and adherence to the rules
  6. Management of risk and potential harm

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