It can take considerable effort to train your team. Once everyone knows how to do various tasks at the car wash, how do you keep everyone on the same page? Operational checklists are a very basic, yet highly effective way to make sure that essential tasks get addressed as needed. When used properly, an operational checklist will increase consistency while reducing the chances that important tasks are overlooked.
While creating the Operations Process Engine (OPEn), we quickly realized that the system could also be extended for use as an operational checklist system (OCS). For example: opening checklist, closing checklist, clean-up checklist, etc.
By taking a checklist online, it can be even more beneficial by allowing tasks to easily be added or removed from the list. Additionally, when using an online checklist, managers can see when the team completes a task.
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