Use the Monitoring template to describe how you monitor situations within your organization or how you propose to do that for a client. This template can be used to describe many different types of monitoring, including checking up on employees' activities, security monitoring, monitoring a production line, monitoring a computer system, and so forth.
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Writing the Monitoring document
Use the Monitoring template to describe how you monitor situations within your organization or how you propose to do that for client. This template can be used to describe many different types of monitoring including checking up on employees activities security monitoring monitoring production line monitoring computer system and so forth. To describe how you plan to monitor productivity you may want to use the Productivity template. The Need for Monitoring Discuss why you should monitor situation. This might include discussion of legal issues problems in the past the need to analyze whether new procedures or new employees are working well etc. Methods for Monitoring
Describe the methods you will use. Include names of responsible individuals schedules and description of what will be looked for. For example you may describe how you will use security monitors to watch activities within school in which case you would describe the areas covered by cameras the location of the monitors and who will watch them the hours the monitors will be watched that the assigned personnel will look for signs of violence weapons strangers etc. Or you might describe how you will monitor production by doing routine sampling of the finished products describing how and when the samples will be selected by whom and so forth. Responses to Negative Results State what you plan to do in the event that monitoring reveals negative situation such as security breach or lack of quality or productivity. Responses could be reactions like calling the local police calling employees in for discussion running computerized scan of systems and so forth.
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The editable Monitoring template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.