The Basics of Quality Auditing

  • 44m
  • Ronald Blank
  • CRC Press
  • 1999

The Basics of Quality Auditing shows how to develop and implement an effective internal auditing system and explains:

  • What an internal audit is.
  • Why audits are performed.
  • How to train for an audit.
  • How to develop and implement an audit program.
  • How to score an audit.
  • How to make corrective actions.

In addition, it discusses the four main questions all audits should answer: Is there a procedure? Is the procedure being followed? Does the procedure meet the needs of the system? and What must be changed or improved to increase output quality? The appendix provides sample audit forms and checklists to be used by auditors as models for developing their own.

In this Book

  • Why Perform Quality Audits?
  • Who Is Audited
  • What to Audit
  • Where to Conduct Audits
  • When to Conduct Audits
  • How to Conduct an Audit
  • Audit Reports
  • Corrective Actions
  • Auditor Training

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