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read ISO 14001

read ISO 22000

 readOHSAS 18001

read ISO 13485

read ISO/EN 16001

read ISO/IEC 17020

read ISO/IEC 17025

read ISO/IEC 27001 

read ISO/TS 29001

read ISO 10002

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An audit determines whether an organization’s activities and related results comply with planned arrangements to deliver customer, stakeholder and regulatory requirements. It determines whether these arrangements are implemented effectively, and are suitable to achieve the stated objectives. And it provides the organization with an understanding of risk and opportunity to inform future change and improvement.

There are three types of audit:

·         First party Audits

·         Second party Audits

·         Third party Audits

Management system audit provides the following benefits:

·         Value for the users and stakeholders who rely on management systems certification to establish if the client organization’s management system can consistently meet customer and applicable regulatory requirements

·         Value for the audited by:

1. Providing management with information regarding the organization’s ability to meet its management system related business objectives

2. Identifying problems that may prevent the client from meeting its management system related business objectives

3. Identifying meaningful opportunities for improvement and areas of risk that are not identified or managed