"Writing Deviation Reports"

Useful, usable deviation reports do more than just outline steps of the investigation: they provide concrete solutions to prevent the problem from happening again. Writing a deviation report that can be read and understood months, or years, after the it’s written requires logic and reason, a proper organizational strategy, and sections that accurately convey content. Our customized onsite workshop will teach your team strategies to plan, organize, and structure the report so that it’s reader-friendly, usable, and functional.

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