Just like any audit, you would only need to do a random sample.
An audit is almost always going to sample occurrences in a process
Attached is the form we are considering using when conducting the review of our Internal Audit Schedule.
What we would do is list out the Corrective Actions and Process Changes (Engineering Change Request #s) that have occurred since the last audit and make a determination as to whether or not the current audit schedule should be revised. We would do this for each of our main QMS processes bi-annually.
Is this similar to what is being done at other organizations or are we missing the mark?
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