Auditing

An audit reviews employee awareness of policy & goals, measurable goals, and if quality strategy is conveyed and understood. Personnel must fully understand the quality aims that apply to them. Interviews allow the auditor to authenticate acceptable experience, understanding,  knowledge of goals and objectives connected to jobs.  Employees must recognize how they contribute to attaining the goals and objectives. Audits affect all organizaitonal levels. 

Audits inspect the problems of non-conforming products and services:  comparing the documented course of action to the auditor's findings. Few other procedures necessitate following closely to procedures as non-conforming product (services).  Reports, statistics, final results combined with intellectual property, to name just a few service outputs, can all be potentially non-conforming. Problems in controlling non-conforming products pose important risks to business; more costs, lost time, irritated employees, furious customers, lost prestige. Non-conforming products applies to services and software as often as it does to tangible goods.

Audits address organizational ability to evaluate inputs from an external customer or from another process. Personnel must understand the product or service specifications. It is necessary that information conveying the product or service is available. Asking how the workforce accesses product or service requirements is an essential audit question.

Personnel need to understand product requirements very well, how to find the current versions of requirements along with how to carry out processes to achieve those requirements. Determine what is important and audit these aspects.

Our auditors are ASQ auditors and IRCA Lead Auditors. We audit to all criteria, and to your QMS requirements. IRQS auditors have performed over 400 audits! Our audits are guaranteed to improve your QMS.