If you determine that a procedure will be developed be sure to include a statement that it is intended as a guide only.Some legislation specifically requires procedures be developed so be aware of the legislative requirements that govern your organization.A procedure tells members of the organization how to carry out or implement a policy.
Other legal considerations may be specific to your workplace.
Policies often have a related procedure, which may be a section of the policy or a separate document that the policy refers to.
The procedure gives step-by-step instructions for carrying out the policy.
Consider: In developing the content of the policy it is good practice to consult with stakeholders, management, staff, and/or a member of the board.
This will help to ensure you get buy in for the policy, address the right issues and have a full perspective.