Flexible Improvement System

Submission Guidelines

The following criteria will be applied in approving FIS cases. For a positive outcome, kindly ensure that your FIS submission meets these guiding criteria.

Relevance: submissions should directly relate to quality, HSE, or improvement ideas.

Clarity and Completeness: you should provide clear and comprehensive details about the issue, idea, or improvement, including relevant supporting information or evidence.

Impact Assessment: you are encouraged to outline the potential impact of your submission, highlighting the benefits or risks associated with the proposed solution or idea.

Feasibility: submissions should demonstrate practicality and feasibility in terms of implementation within the organisation’s resources, considering factors like time, cost, and available expertise.

Solution Orientation: suggestions or concerns should be accompanied by proposed solutions or mitigation strategies, encouraging a proactive and constructive approach to problem-solving.

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