Procedure for updating procedure
Drivers will make mistakes while using ELDs, and many of them will be honest mistakes.
The new rules accommodate this reality, and allow both drivers and carrier staff to make needed edits.
Reviewing and updating company policies and procedures is an important and necessary step toward successful electronic logging device (ELD) implementation.
Most carriers have formal safety and compliance-related policies and procedures, and they should be reviewed and updated as part of the transition to ELDs.
So if you think about a query that you write over and over again, instead of having to write that query each time you would save it as a stored procedure and then just call the stored procedure to execute the SQL code that you saved as part of the stored procedure.
So executing function inside stored procedure will never break rule 1, but executing stored procedure inside function may break rule 2.
In 2015, you were told to update your quality system procedures early before the new European Regulations were released. My plan is to update one procedure each week from the 2003 version of ISO 13485 to the 2016 version.
There is a three year transition period, and you decided to do it next year. Some of the procedures were already updated last year, but just like you I decided to finish the work next year.
However, all three records will be sampled by certification bodies and therefore these three records exempt from the requirements of To address the third of the generic procedural updates, you should be aware that the new EU Medical Device Regulations are expected to increase the required record retention period for non-implant devices from 5 years to 10 years. In addition to the generic procedural updates, there are three changes in the Standard that are specific to control of records.
As a result, the ELD rules accommodate this type of off-duty truck use. If not, should your company consider having a policy? Before ELDs, when a driver moved a truck on a yard, the hours of service rules required the driver to record that time on his paper log. ELDs will automatically capture every truck move on a yard, and record it as driving time, unless the driver pushes the “yard moves” button.
For employee drivers and company owned trucks, it’s the carrier’s choice on whether it will allow use of PC. If the yard moves button is pushed, the ELD will record that time as on-duty not driving time (line 4).
This is the last part of the SQL Server Stored Procedure series where I will explain how to call and create stored procedures that update existing data in the SQL Server database using ADO. As you will notice I am passing the values to the parameters @First Name, @Last Name, @City and @Country using the Text Boxes txt First Name, txt Last Name, txt City and txt Country respectively.
A stored procedure is nothing more than a prepared SQL code that you save so you can reuse the code over and over again.