Key metrics to track inspections

There is no better way to ensure a program’s success than a boots-on-the-ground, face-to-face site inspection. Stepping away from the office to visit a location is essential to make relevant and well-informed decisions.

What are site inspections?

Site inspections are a set of activities implemented to check and verify the on-field compliance including safety standards, quality assurance, working conditions, and other critical areas of work site. On-site inspections allows us to have a broader view of the business operations, enhance the attendee experience, help you to plan the logistics and to experience the level of service your attendees can expect.

Why you should conduct site inspections?

Conducting site inspections can bring many benefits to your business. Here we have listed some of them:

To meet the people you work with

Build relationships with tour team is essential to build trust and confidence, and to achieve success.

Detailed inspections of the quality of installations

By doing that you can check if the installations comply to standards and specifications.

To check factory compliance and quality monitoring systems

These factors are foundational to achieving compliance and quality monitoring objectives

To eliminate and minimize risks

It is important to consider all foreseeable hazards and details to lessen the potential damage that can be caused by a hazard or danger. Your company need to have a risk assessment form available to be used when an accident occurs.

Measuring onsite inspection effectiveness: What are KPIs?

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are used in businesses to measure progress toward specific goals or simply to monitor trends associated with corporate activities. KPIs are structured data, which can be used to show us how far are we from our goals and where further improvements and resources are required.

How do we select KPIs?

The best KPI selection for a particular organization depends on several factors such as: What do you want to achieve with on-site inspections? Where does the organization want to be tomorrow?
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