In this podcast episode, we delve into the most common audit findings from a sample of audit reports gathered from the past couple of years. We focus on ISO 9001 standard clauses, discussing why these are frequent findings and their impact on the business.
This week we dive into the most common audit findings from our sample, discussing how they relate to specific clauses within the ISO 9001 standard. These findings include inadequate documentation, lack of employee training, and non-conformance with processes and procedures.
We then explore why these findings are so common and provide tips on how businesses can avoid them. For example, we discuss the importance of having clear and concise documentation, the need for regular employee training, and the benefits of conducting internal audits.
Throughout the episode, we emphasize the importance of addressing audit findings promptly and effectively to ensure continued compliance with ISO 9001 and to drive business success. We also highlight the benefits of leveraging technology and automation to streamline processes, reduce errors, and improve overall efficiency.
We hope this episode serves as a valuable resource for businesses looking to improve their QMS and ensure compliance with ISO 9001. We provide insights into the most common audit findings and offer practical tips on how to avoid them, ultimately helping businesses achieve their quality objectives and drive long-term success.
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