A culture of compliance is a journey not a destination
Life Science Law can support you in devising and implementing a proportionate compliance management system which will drive business productivity.
Guidelines, Policies and Training is needed to ensure a streamlined approach.
Code of Conduct
Sets the tone which flows through the company
Clear guidelines to provide the organization with confidence in what they are doing
Regular training on internal processes aligned with role
Third Party Due Diligence
Ensuring the ethos of external partners is known
Regular channels of communication which reinforces the ethos
Monitor, measure, analyse, evaluate. Controls must be in place to manage identified risks and associated compliance processes.
To identify areas of risk and evaluate gaps and improvements
Continual monitoring to ensure adherence to process
Independent audits are an effective tool to uncover gaps
A consistent, objective and documented investigation process
A channel is needed where concerns can be anonymously reported
A fair and consistent process is required to address gaps proportionately.
A documented streamlined process to ensure fairness
Outcomes are uniform and fair
To close an identified knowledge gap
Putting plans in place to mitigate identified risks
Implementing strategies to close identified gaps