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As businesses and stakeholders have evolving needs, our approach to quality and service provision has adapted to meet those changes. We provide transparency in our deliverables, taking a comprehensive approach to your business. With our guidance, we help you navigate risk, strengthen your functions, and make informed decisions. Our Subject Matter Experts (SME's) are dedicated to supporting you in all aspects of your business, including people, performance, systems, strategy, plans, resilience and sustainability.
Auditing in the oil and gas industry provides benefits such as accurate financial reporting, regulatory compliance, risk assessment and fraud prevention.
Quality Assurance (QA) ensures products or services meet specified standards and customer expectations.
Quality Control (QC) focuses on inspecting and testing products or services to identify and correct defects or deviations from set standards.
The PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) cycle, also known as the Deming Cycle or Deming Wheel, was created by Dr. W. Edwards Deming. He emphasised the importance of continuous improvement, statistical analysis, and a systematic approach to management. The PDCA cycle became one of his key concepts, outlining a four-step iterative process for problem-solving and process improvement.
Within the oil and gas industry there are a lot of reiterations of the PDCA Cycle, At Salos, we call it and use it for what it is. The PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) cycle is a powerful framework that brings a multitude of benefits to businesses. By implementing this iterative and systematic approach, companies can embrace the power of the PDCA cycle to streamline operations, drive innovation, enhance quality, mitigate risks, boost customer satisfaction, foster learning, and achieve your business objectives.
In this first stage, companies define their objectives and establish a plan for achieving them. By using the PDCA cycle, Salos ensure that plans are aligned with the overall strategy and that consideration has been given to all potential risks and opportunities.
This stage involves implementing the plan and carrying out the activities that have been defined. By using the PDCA cycle, Salos can ensure that the planned activities are carried out efficiently and effectively, and that they are continuously monitoring and evaluating performance.
At this stage, Salos reviews performance and evaluates whether objectives are being met. By using the PDCA cycle, we can identify areas where improvement may be required and develop corrective actions to address any issues.
In the final stage of the cycle, Salos will advise action to improve performance based on the results of the Check stage. This might involve modifying plans, changing processes, or investing in new technologies. By using Salos's PDCA cycle, companies can ensure that they are continuously improving their operations and staying ahead of the competition.