I think depending on who your customers are that you could include in the audits if they are applicable. We are auditing right now Customer Technical Requirements (this month) and I included the SI's here, to ensure that we verify of our 6 customers we have addressed these sanctioned interpretations. I include the actual SI's that are relevant for this audit. I hope this makes sense.I could use some ideas on how people are documenting their audits of the customer specific requirements and audit of sanctioned interpretations.
Great thank you!I usually audit CSR's as a part of document control. Sanctioned Interpretations are not (to the best of my knowledge) required to be available - with that being said it can't think of a reason NOT to have them......to make sure I have the latest version available, I have SI's and FAQ's in my gauge calibration system, with a 3 month cycle to validate (check online to ensure I have the most current revision).
I could use some ideas on how people are documenting their audits of the customer specific requirements and audit of sanctioned interpretations.
Do you have a prepared checksheet example you could share?I prepared checksheets process-wise, which specify the clauses to audit, objective evidence to record, etc, including procedures to be referred for the audit. On the last page, there is a specific section called CSRs, where I have added current customers and their CSRs. The auditor just has to review conformance to these CSRs and record the objective evidence in front of it. It still has some blank sections where he/she can add new CSRs/customers/any other objective evidence. (These adapted checksheets are prepared just to make the objective evidence recording easier and to reduce the time consumed by just recording objective evidence, instead of focussing on the effectiveness of the audit. It also helps in ensuring the most relevant elements of the standard are audited.)
We don't audit sanctioned interpretations separately, since it becomes a requirement of those specific clauses by default.