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Quality Auditing

Quality Audits are normally designed for one or more of the following purposes:

  • To determine the conformity or non-conformity of the quality system elements with specified requirements;

  • To determine the effectiveness of the implemented quality system in meeting specified requirements;

  • To provide the auditee with an opportunity to improve the quality system;

  • To meet regulatory requirements; and

  • To permit the listing of an organisation's quality system in a register.

Audits may be routine or may be prompted by significant changes in the organisational quality system, process or product or service quality or by a need to follow up on corrective action.


Quality audits are performed on the operational aspects of your business and are based around the product produced or the service provided.

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