The Internal Auditing of Management Systems

The Internal Auditing of Management Systems

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This addition to the PARSEC Guides series examines the role of management systems and the corresponding audit process. The author explains in detail how to: plan and implement an effective audit programme; when an audit is or is not appropriate; develop the skills required; handle uncooperative auditees; deal with discrepancies; use checklists as a tool for auditing; report findings; to decide what records to keep.Similarly in preparing or reviewing the Environmental Management System Manual and associated procedures and standards, it would be ... The examples shown in the figure suggest that the management of the organisation have identified strong legal aspects of the Product Liability, Work Safety and Environmental issues but a relatively weak direct connection with Quality Management Systems.

Title:The Internal Auditing of Management Systems
Author: Graham W. Parker
Publisher:Gower Publishing, Ltd. - 1995-01-01

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