Accountability of Investigation product [Study Per­for­mance]

posted by ElMaestro  – Denmark, 2018-02-05 14:23 (1082 d 14:29 ago) – Posting: # 18348
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Hi Anky,

» Is protocol training required for IP verification and accountability of IPs?

As it see it, things are pretty simple:
Anyone named on the delegation log should be trained in the specific protocol. The functions you describe are clearly among the tasks that are one way or another important for certain elements of the trial, so they should be on the delegation log, and thus there really is no argument for not training the person in question.

If accountability is wrong after the trial and the person doing it has not received training then I have every reason to believe the authorities will butcher you for not having trained her/him. The root cause or at least a very good part of it will land exactly thereabouts.

Pass or fail!

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