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1. Audited organization:
2. Audit date/ period:
3. Audit type:
4. Audit objectives:
a) to determine the conformity of the quality management system with audit criteria;
b) determine the ability of the quality management system to ensure the organization meets applicable statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements;
c) to determine the effectiveness of the quality management system to ensure the organization can reasonably expect to achieve its specified objectives.
5. Audit scope
Locations of the audit:
6. Audit activities
The purpose of the audit is to evaluate the implementation, including effectiveness of the management system.
The audit team will collect, by appropriate sampling,  objective evidence regarding the following aspects: conformity of the management system to all audit criteria; performance monitoring, measuring, reporting and reviewing against key performance objectives and targets; the ability of the management system in meeting applicable statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements; operational control of the processes; internal auditing and management review; management responsibility for the declared policies.
Methods used to obtain information are: interviews, observation and review of documented information.
Audit findings (summarizing conformity and detailing nonconformity) will be recorded by the audit team using specific forms.
Nonconformities are recorded and classified as follows:
Major nonconformity – nonconformity that affects the capability of the management system to achieve the intended results. Major nonconformity can be either a significant doubt that effective process control is in place or products or services will meet specific requirements or a number of minor nonconformities associated with the same requirement or issue that could demonstrate a systemic failure.
Minor nonconformity – a nonconformity that does not affect the capability of the management system to achieve the intended results.
7. Audit team:
JOHN DOE – Lead Auditor
JOHN DOE – Technical expert
JOHN DOE – Observer
8. Auditee representatives:
9. Opening and closing meetings
The audit starts with the opening meeting. The purpose of the opening meeting is to provide a short explanation of how the audit activities will be undertaken.
At the end of the audit the closing meeting will take place. The purpose of the closing meeting is to present the findings and conclusions of the audit team.
The participants to opening and closing meetings are usually the members of the audit team, the management of the organization and those responsible for the functions or processes audited.
Opening and closing meetings are conducted by the lead auditor and attendance is recorded.
10. Audit language:
11. Audit report
An audit report will be elaborated by the lead auditor and communicated to the organization
12. Confidentiality
All information obtained by the audit team is confidential and will not be used for other purposes outside the audit. All members of the audit team have signed non disclosure agreements.
13. Allocation for resources for the audit team
Transportation of the audit team and access to relevant areas is provided by the auditee.
14. Program of audit activities
Structures/ processes audited Applicable requirements of Date and hours Auditor(s)
Opening meeting      
Audit conclusions      
Closing meeting      
18. Lead auditor:


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