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I apologize for being unclear. Hopefully this info will help. My manager
requested that I proofread all procedures. There is a need for
proofreading, because errors, for example, typos, spelling, etc., have
been getting by on approved documents. I believe originally, it was the
Production department's responsibility to to proofread production
procedures, but they have always let it slide because they are too "busy."
And adding the proofreading of all revisions submitted by everyone would
be a big chunk out of my time that I don't have to spare. I guess the
problem is should there be just one proofreader for ALL revisions
regardless of who sumbitted them? Is that common? What are common
practices in this situation? TIA
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