The Document Compliance Manager must manage all policies, procedures, work instructions, job aids, and compliance records to assure conformance with various standards and regulations. What are document compliance manager responsibilities?
The Document Compliance Manager, which may also be the document control manager, quality manager, document manager, or someone in quality control that manages all compliance documents and records to assure conformance to requirements or standards. Listed below are common document compliance manager responsibilities.
Documents and records are used all throughout the company. Nobody should know more about document compliance standards and control than the Document Compliance Manager. Your experience with documenting process and procedures like Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), ISO standards (i.e. 9001), Sarbanes Oxley, or 21 CFR 820 within a regulated industry are important to managing and controlling compliance documents and records.
As a Document Compliance Manager, your Knowledge of Quality documents, the documentation process, quality forms and records is crucial to maintaining your company’s document compliance document management program. You are responsible for organizing documents for fast retrieval using document management software. Managing documents, records, forms, and work instructions is vital to maintaining your company’s compliance program.
A Document Compliance Manager may at times act as a technical writer and assist in document compliance writing. Familiarity with process mapping, process design, and policy and procedure writing will help you to succeed. Technical writing conveys process information using active voice construction, instructional design, and desktop publishing methods to transform data into useful information.
The life of a Document Compliance Manager may include creating, editing, and managing compliance documents using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio as well as document compliance software for policies and procedures management.
A Document Compliance Manager works with others within a team environment to improve established company policies and procedures. Developing standard operating procedures, quality policies, and business process communication. Compliance management is part of the job.
Compliance training along with explaining document compliance to others is what’s know as document compliance communications. This also Includes being able to understand various instructions to ensure they conform to the established best practice and are followed.
A Document Compliance Manager is also the Document Control Manager responsible for document control practices and document revision control using document management software. Document control is a key priority.
Ensuring compliance, conformance, and compliance effectiveness are another important aspect of a Document Compliance Manager’s job. Performing compliance auditing, reviewing audit reports and ensuring document control audit findings are resolved are activities that ensure the compliance program is working.
The compliance system relies on data collection. Business process data needs to be recorded and all records generated then need to be controlled. The Document Compliance Manager is involved in the record control of the forms used to record data onto records and ensuring the documented information will stay controlled as they are used, stored, and preserved.
As a member of the quality and compliance team, overall assistance and support of the Compliance Officer, Quality Manager, and Audit Manager are part of the job. One must strive to maintain the quality management system in place and offer compliance support in any areas where documents and records are used for compliance.
The Document Compliance Manager you are responsible for the document control and record control of all compliance documents. In other words, you must manage all company-wide, policies, procedures, work instructions, job aids, and compliance records, to assure the company of continuous compliance conformance with appropriate standards and regulations. In a smaller company you may also be the document control manager, quality manager, or someone in quality control.