OPRC: A Case Study

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The primary function of the OPRC is to help you reduce organizational liability and risk by measuring a defined staff group’s current knowledge of operational procedures or policies. Clearly, your staff can’t be guided by any procedures they don’t know or understand, on either a daily or an emergency response basis. As numerous inquests and lawsuits have shown that lack of guidance is dangerous and is something that significantly increases the levels of liability and risk to your organization. Testing a staff unit’s understanding of their current procedures - along with analysing how the organization creates, authorizes, reviews and composes those - is what the OPRC does. An OPRC could confirm that the unit’s understanding of your operational

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