- Internal audits,
- supplier audits,
- workshop audit
Not hearing, but a listening ear
The term audit comes from the Latin word ‘audire’, which means to hear. An audit is the assessment of an organization with the aim of checking whether predetermined provisions and goals are performed or achieved.
Are you concerned with quality in your organization and are you going to certify for a certain standard or want to keep a certificate? Then you want this process as smooth as possible expires. Choose an auditor with a listening ear, who does more than just hear. To Bring out the Best the auditor is not a quality police who comes by to give a fine, but an advisor who supports you and your organization in identifying risks in the implementation of your quality management system.
Therefore, there is absolutely no need to be nervous when the auditor comes. If there is a If a deviation is found, this is not critical: there is no system without weak spots. But every weak spot poses a risk and because Bring out the Best identifies risks, you ultimately get the best out of yourself, your staff, your organization and bring you the best possible product on the market.
Every organization, but especially those in the life sciences, must take risks to the limit. For all involved: the end user, the employees and the organization.
The internal audit
The internal audit is performed by an internal representative of the company. It is a professional, objective and critical analysis that leads to recommendations to improve the operation of the company. It is a very good means of measuring the effectiveness of the quality or security management system and is therefore mandatory for certified organizations. Expertise is needed to effectively conduct an internal audit, so this task can of course be delegated to an independent external auditor. To Bring out the Best.
The external audit
The external audit determines the efficiency of a company in developing its functions. The goal is often certification and usually it concerns a supplier audit. Also
Bring out the Best is a solid partner for this. Another role for the external auditor is to assess the efficiency of the QMS and its implementation. Gaps and non-conformities are detected and true recommendations for improvement are needed. Compared to the proprietary internal auditor, who has knowledge of the company and performs this task as an ancillary position, the external auditor usually is more objective due to an unbiased view and has specialist knowledge.
Audit preparation and workshops
Bring out the Best provides in-house preparation for audits and workshops about this challenging subject.This workshop can be tailored for your organization.