SANITARY-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AUDIT AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE MANAGEMENT EFFECTIVENESS IN THE SPHERE OF SANITARY AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL WELFARE OF THE POPULATION
The article considers the legal and organizational aspects of the establishment of a national system of sanitary and epidemiological audit in the Russian Federation. There is described the experience of the functioning of sanitary audit in the republics of Belarus and Kazakhstan, examples of using audit in other spheres of supervision are given. It is shown that in the context of the administrative reform of the control and surveillance activities, the sanitary and epidemiological audit can partially replace the state planned control of low and moderate risks to human health, releasing the resources of the state authorities for overseeing high-risk objects. The creation of the system requires the normative consolidation of the registration procedure and the functioning of organizations with the right to implement activities in the field of sanitary and epidemiological audit, the development of rules for external control of audit services. It seems that the quality assurance in this area should be ensured by the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-being in the Russian Federation, under whose auspices the national system can function. An important stage in the creation of a new tool for managing sanitary and epidemiological well-being is the development of a database structure and appropriate software to maintain auditor registers and audit reports. A separate task is to provide methodological and organizational support for the training of qualified personnel.
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