You'll have to provide us with a little more information lyg21th before we can answer your post.
Life should NOT be a trip to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an cool and well preserved body, but rather to skid in, chocolate in one hand, beer in the other, body wrecked, totally worn out and screaming WOO HOO what a ride!
The customer I am currently at uses 3 sets of reviews to ensure the "Quality" of any of their official documents, such as an SRS.
1. Review session with busines and development group to make sure the requirements are understood by both groups and are written up following corporate requirments standards.
This may take a couple meetings and revisions.
2. A QA person will then inspect the document to make sure it meets the standards for that type of document. Basically compare it to a template or example to make sure all of the necessary sections are there.
3. Last we conduct an Official inspection with specific roles and responsibilities being used. Once any defects have been found and corrected, the document is considered to have been "Tested" or put through the "QA" process.
There is actually more involved and each of the 3 steps has more detail to it, but this is just an overview of how we are doing it at this customer.