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Old 17th May 2013, 04:05 AM
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Question Auditor approval by AABs already authenticated by another AAB from other sector

Which are the standards or other requirements (Ex IAQG log) describes the requirements of transfer of auditor authentication from one AAB to another?

In addition to AS9104-1 clause 10.8 and AS9104-3 clause 7.6 does any other standard asks for recognition of auditor by other AABs,if the auditor is already authenticated?

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Re: Auditor approval by AABs already authenticated by another AAB from other sector

A Quick Bump!

Can someone help?

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Old 21st May 2013, 09:14 AM
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Which are the standards or other requirements (Ex IAQG log) describes the requirements of transfer of auditor authentication from one AAB to another?

In addition to AS9104-1 clause 10.8 and AS9104-3 clause 7.6 does any other standard asks for recognition of auditor by other AABs,if the auditor is already authenticated?
Send me a PM - but the 9104-002 it still in draft mode
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