Will Your Management System be effective in the ‘New Normal’?
Organisations have adopted remote working and many are looking to continue the process in the future. But do the information frameworks available fully meet the needs of the business for effective management? Also, is data security going to be a concern in the future?
In conjunction with the Norfolk Chambers of Commerce, we are running a webinar on Tuesday, 28 July 2020 at 10:30 covering these issues. The webinar is free to attend on Zoom and you need to book on this link on the Norfolk Chambers website.
This seminar will include some proposed solutions that address these issues. These solutions will also support compliance with ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environmental), ISO 27001 (Data Security) and ISO 45001 (Health & Safety) standards.
We will cover how information regarding the effective operation of the business can be securely stored and accessed for a remote working employee group. We’ll include data to assist you in decision making and management of your operation, be it at the team, group or organisation level.
You’ll discover what are the options and some of the alternatives that may be adopted as a cost-effective solution to wide-ranging company needs. This includes the RAMS (Remote Access Management System) which needs to be developed.
Data security is important at all times. However, it becomes more of a focus when the vulnerabilities of remote working are added into the mix.
Other issues that will be covered include:
- Paperless working. How far could we or should we go?
- Full legal and regulatory compliance. How do I tell?
- A guide to data security requirements.
To find out more go to the Norfolk Chambers website and we hope to see you on 28 July.
Can’t attend the webinar?
If this is of interest but you’re unable to attend then why not talk directly to the team at Performance Plus? We are happy to provide ideas and support. You can send us a message using our ‘Contact Me’ form or call us on 01284 330400.
We work with small to medium size businesses across the East Anglia Region covering Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.