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Evidently your company has not had our auditors. My experiences so far...Asian, American, Indian (from India) auditors no issues. German and Netherland auditors debate suitability and have been a pain in the ass. I agree not theirs to debate...evidently they don't here you.

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Not my company, no. From the perspective of working in and around certification for 30 years, yes. Take a look at ISO 19011. Nothing in there about being a member of the high-school debating society...

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Not my company, no. From the perspective of working in and around certification for 30 years, yes. Take a look at ISO 19011. Nothing in there about being a member of the high-school debating society...
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