Centralization and uniqueness of data
Using a solution like Symalean allows you to centralize all useful information in a single software package, to which all players in the system can have access. In this way, everyone has access to all the data they need to manage their activities, carry out their tasks or simply stay informed. All players work on the same database, updated in real time. Each form is filled in collaboratively, avoiding the problems associated with managing versions of records in circulation. Linking up the various features systems ensures that everyone has the right information at the right time.
Consolidation of action plans and non-conformities
All too often, each component of the management system has its own action plan, or even its own register of non-conformities. Thus one is dedicated to quality, another to the environment, ...
However, it is more relevant to consolidate all these records, whatever their field, in a single point and to manage, for example, all the actions of the organisation in a single register.
Consolidating all of these elements in a single solution allows, firstly, to have a global vision of the events that have occurred within the organisation and of the actions taken, but also to create synergies between processes and between areas of expertise.
Traceability of records
Managing all of these records(actions, NCs, audits, DUERs, work accidents, etc.) in the same solution also guarantees their traceability. In systems that are often complex, it is essential to be able to track records efficiently and to easily find and analyse their origin.
Let's say that following an accident at work, you want to take corrective action. With Symaleanyou can create this action directly from the accident form. The action is then automatically transferred to the global action register. The link is then made both from the accident form, on which it is possible to follow all the actions taken from it, but the link is also visible from the action form on which the origin is mentioned. The logic will be the same with the Single Document, the Strategic and Operational Objectives, the Stakes, the Stakeholders...
These are just examples, but it is easy to imagine the major interest in being able to instinctively make the link between all the components of a management system and what this can bring in terms of process management.
Linking each component of an organisation ensures that the right information is accessed and used, creates synergies between often siloed areas of expertise and makes iteasy to identify the origin of each record. This is a real key factor in the success of an efficient management system.