Tag Archives: Compliance

Seven SharePoint Assessment Slideshares

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a presentation shared on Slideshare must be worth quite a few blog articles!  Here are seven Slideshare presentations that you may not have seen. All are relevant to the theme of … Continue reading

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Seven Summer SharePoint Stories

Here is my take on seven stories on SharePoint published over the summer. 1. I found CIO.com’s piece Office 365 Earns High Marks in Education, Struggles in Enterprise insightful, not so much for its mention of education as to the … Continue reading

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How to use SharePoint to track annual competency tests: Part 2 – Elusive reminders

Like many others, I have to organize annual competence tests – everyone in my company has to pass a test once a year on data security. I use a SharePoint list to manage who has taken the test when, see … Continue reading

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Is it Healthy to use SharePoint to Store Safety and Compliance Training Records? Yes and No.

When  delivering training for health and safety reasons or for compliance with regulations, it’s usual to document that people have been through training, so that if something goes wrong, you have proof of the training. To quote OSHA:  Documentation can … Continue reading

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How to use SharePoint to track annual competency tests: Part 1 – Lists

How do you ensure that your employees know and understand key policies and regulations? For a lot of organizations, the answer is to have employees take a test or exam each year. Taking a test is a reliable way of … Continue reading

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Pushing results into SharePoint from an Assessment System using Email

I’ve been looking at ways of getting results from assessments into a SharePoint list. Once you do this, you can report on them within SharePoint and look at using other lists or workflow to take actions – for instance collate … Continue reading

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