Continuous Control Monitoring (CCM)
CCM enables organisations and auditors to improve the quality and effectiveness of auditing. In additio, CCM is cheaper and more cost effective. To guarantee the quality of products and services, companies are required to comply with rules and regulations of their sector qas well as their own internal quality measurements and guidelines. Complying to the regulations increases for example safety and it minimises the chances of incidents happening.
Regulators and authorities perform conventional audits and checks to ensure compliance of the rules and regulations. Over the past years, many rules and regulations in various sectors have become stricter when it comes to strengthening quality, safety, the ability to trace back information and respecting the relevant laws. This has resulted in more audits and more pressure to on your organisation to comply.
What is CCM?
CCM is a method that allows for continuous monitoring of internal processes and measuriing those processes against relevant rules and regulations in your industry. Secured online dashboards of an independent service provider gather, analyse and report this confidential process information, which is then reported to your company and the regulator. Audits no longer take place periodically, but continuously. Therefore, information is always up to date and current. Because every industry is different and has specific rules and regulations, each information chain is established in cooperation with all parties involved, including regulators and reporting companies.
How does CCM work?
CCM monitors performance of reporting parties continuously, gathering the results in transparent reports. Should an incident take place, CCM allows for the reporting party to give access to the causes of the incident to the auditors. An independent service provider enables this exchange of confidential and reliable information.
- Report data – Your organisation gathers data on a daily basis for various purposes, for example quality control or administrative purposes. Based on this data, performance is determined and, via an interface, information is sent to an independent service provider.
- Continuous control – The independent servcie provider checks the information and data against relevant rules and standards and PKIs in the industry. These PKIs are clarified through a dashboard for the internal organisation, as wel as for auditors and other stakeholders.
- Incidents – When the dashboard identifies that a standard is not met, you receive a notification. You are urged to analyse the cause of exceeding and report the measurements taken. By acting correctively, you prevent not meeting rules and regulations. It enables you to proactively involve auditors as part of your quality control.
By proactively sending control signals to auditors, regulators can see you are in control of your processes.
More efficient control
By automated monitoring your internal processes, you save on auditing costs for your organisation.
Analyse and act faster
Since potential problems in your production processes are made clear early on, you can correct them before they may lead to exceeding the legal standards.
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