An audit is a “systematic, independent and documented process for obtaining audit evidence [records, statements of fact or other information which are relevant and verifiable] and evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which the audit criteria [a set of policies, procedures or requirements] are fulfilled.”
We specialise in four (4) types of audits:
- N.D.I.S. audit preparation: Without dispute, the highest standard in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (N.D.I.S.) is a Business that’s successfully navigated the registration process… N.D.I.S. registered Organisations are, by far, the most profitable and successful, because from processes, policies and procedures, they operate at a Fortune 500 level:
- The WOLVERTON Group specialises in removing the stress out of certification by handling the entire process from start to finish.
- Process audit: This type of audit verifies that processes are working within established limits. It evaluates an operation or method against predetermined instructions or standards to measure conformance to these standards and the effectiveness of the instructions. A process audit may:
- Check conformance to defined requirements such as time, accuracy, temperature, pressure, composition, responsiveness, amperage, and component mixture.
- Examine the resources (equipment, materials, people) applied to transform the inputs into outputs, the environment, the methods (procedures, instructions) followed, and the measures collected to determine process performance.
- Check the adequacy and effectiveness of the process controls established by procedures, work instructions, flowcharts and training and process specifications.
- Product audit: This type of audit is an examination of a particular product or service, such as hardware, processed material, or software, to evaluate whether it conforms to requirements (i.e., specifications, performance standards, and customer requirements).
- System audit: An audit conducted on a management system. It can be described as a documented activity performed to verify, by examination and evaluation of objective evidence, that applicable elements of the system are appropriate and effective and have been developed, documented, and implemented in accordance and in conjunction with specified requirements.
- A quality management system audit evaluates an existing quality management program to determine its conformance to company policies, contract commitments, and regulatory requirements.
- Similarly, an environmental system audit examines an enviornmental management system, a food safety system audit examines a food safety management system, and safety system audits examine the safety management system.
We take the stress and pressure out of all the above by coming in and Project Managing from start to finish.
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