An audit is a systematic, independent, and documented process for obtaining objective evidence (=data confirming the existence or truth of something) and evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which audit criteria (=set of requirements used as a reference) are fulfilled.
The audit is therefore the most important tool for companies to determine the progress and degree of maturity of an organization.
Unfortunately, the topic of "audit" has become somewhat alienated from the purpose of organizational development over the past few years. Many companies use the "ISO Audit" for their management system, but management uses the "internal control system". But you should ask yourself the following question: What is the purpose of the internal control system and what is the purpose of the audit?
The internal audit (integrated or not), if used correctly, is an excellent basis for all managers. We offer you a comprehensive internal audit for the following management systems:
And the following process audits:
Furthermore, possible bias can be eliminated by using an external, independent consultant. The auditor's objectivity and impartiality are key to a successful audit.
- Internal integrated system audits
- Process audits according to VDA 6.3 / GDP
- Product audits
- Potential analysis
- Readyness audits
- Follow up audits
- Special/Ad hoc audits
- GDP audits
Certification according to ISO management systems (network partner Quality Austria)
- Preparatory audit for a certification
- Certification according to an ISO management system
- ISO 9001
- ISO 14001
- ISO 50001
- ISO 45001
- IATF 16949
Our audit principles
Principles are the cornerstone of every enterprise. Without principles, you can't build anything that lasts. In the case of auditing, principles serve to ensure the effectiveness and reliability of the audit as a management support. Integrity, objectivity, diligence, confidentiality and impartiality are some of the key principles we rely on. Another important cornerstone of the audit are facts and their rational consideration in order to arrive at a reliable and comprehensible result.