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Old 16th April 2018, 07:28 PM
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Let Me Help You Re: AS9100D - Good ways to document an internal audit plan / schedule

In Reply to Parent Post by dsanabria View Post

The requirements of the standards are that:

"a) plan, establish, implement and maintain an audit programme(s) including the frequency, methods, responsibilities, planning requirements and reporting, which shall take into consideration the importance of the processes concerned, changes affecting the organization, and the results of
previous audits"

Auditors will be looking for agenda, what ws covered and how often.
Therefore, you need a plan which includes how often, what are you goin
I don't give two hoots for what auditors "look for". That's NOT their job. Where is an agenda REQUIRED? A PLAN is NOT a calendar, PERIOD. This is where people frequently conflate what CB auditors THINK should happen, rather than WHAT is REQUIRED. If you got your Lead Auditor/Auditor training from a CB or someone who only knows the third party process: Voila! Believe me when I tell you, I've yet to encounter a CB auditor who could even explain what "Status and importance" from 8.2.2 of 2008 means, practically speaking! I know this because I see, weekly, organizations doing one or two audits a year. And they aren't all certified by the same CB or the same (contracted) auditor!

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