ISO 19011:2002 pdf download – Guidelines for quality and/or environmental management systems auditing

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ISO 19011:2002 pdf download – Guidelines for quality and/or environmental management systems auditing.
3.10 technical expert person who provides specific knowledge or expertise to the audit team (3.9) NOTE 1 Specific knowledge or expertise is that which relates to the organization, the process or activity to be audited, or language or culture. NOTE 2 A technical expert does not act as an auditor (3.8) in the audit team. 3.11 audit programme set of one or more audits (3.1) planned for a specific time frame and directed towards a specific purpose NOTE An audit programme includes all activities necessary for planning, organizing and conducting the audits. 3.12 audit plan description of the activities and arrangements for an audit (3.1) 3.13 audit scope extent and boundaries of an audit (3.1) NOTE The audit scope generally includes a description of the physical locations, organizational units, activities and processes, as well as the time period covered. 3.14 competence demonstrated personal attributes and demonstrated ability to apply knowledge and skills 4 Principles of auditing Auditing is characterized by reliance on a number of principles. These make the audit an effective and reliable tool in support of management policies and controls, providing information on which an organization can act to improve its performance. Adherence to these principles is a prerequisite for providing audit conclusions that are relevant and sufficient and for enabling auditors working independently from one another to reach similar conclusions in similar circumstances. The following principles relate to auditors. a) Ethical conduct: the foundation of professionalism Trust, integrity, confidentiality and discretion are essential to auditing. b) Fair presentation: the obligation to report truthfully and accurately Audit findings, audit conclusions and audit reports reflect truthfully and accurately the audit activities. Significant obstacles encountered during the audit and unresolved diverging opinions between the audit team and the auditee are reported.
d) Independence: the basis for the impartiality of the audit and objectivity of the audit conclusions Auditors are independent of the activity being audited and are free from bias and conflict of interest. Auditors maintain an objective state of mind throughout the audit process to ensure that the audit findings and conclusions will be based only on the audit evidence.

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