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What Will Happen If...

  • If an auditor finds a problem, s/he will let the person being audited know immediately that a possible problem may exist. In NO case will the auditor ‘find a problem’ and not discuss it with the auditee ‘on the spot’. They always tell the auditee the suspected problem. Many registrars (registrars do *NOT ALWAYS* require this) will ask the auditee (or other company official present) to sign a statement of fact of what was found (statement of objective evidence). The auditee should know that signing the statement is NOT an admission of a problem. It is an agreement of facts found. Whether or not it is a problem is discussed during end-of-day and final review meetings.


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