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Risk Ranking Audit Nonconformities

By Duke Okes It’s a given that not all audit nonconformities (NCs) are equal. Some indicate system weaknesses that could create life ending outcomes (e.g.,...

Virtual Auditing: A Matter of Context

By Shauna Wilson Since COVID-19, the world of auditing has been turned upside down, especially for auditors and registrars that have been reluctant to accept...

IAF-ILAC Issue Joint Statement on Replacement of Assessments During COVID-19

IAF and ILAC have published the joint statement "Replacement of Assessments During the COVID-19 Pandemic" to address situations where pandemic-related circumstances such as travel...

Audit Like a Leader

By Susan Gorveatte Introducing the Softer Side of Audits What do you think about when you hear that an auditor is coming on site to perform...

Setting the Foundation for Conducting eAudits

by Shauna Wilson How many times has a supplier audit been cancelled due to budget cuts, weather-related travel, or worse, supply chain aspects not captured...

Remote Auditing Is Here to Stay

The genie is out of the lamp, and there's no going back. by Denise Robitaille Remote auditing is here to stay. And, that’s not a bad...

IAF and ILAC Publish Requirements Addendum for Remote Peer Evaluations During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed how conformity assessment activities are conducted, with travel bans and lockdowns necessitating increased use of information and communications...

Using ISO 19011 to Guide Your Management System Audit Program

by Duke Okes ISO 19011 is a guidance document (vs. a standard) originally issued in 2002, then revised in 2011 and again in 2018. Each...

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