Survive an Impending Audit

Razor thin margin for error, high stakes.

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A failed audit can result in:

  • Punitive fines or injunctions
  • Loss of business continuity
  • Mandated and disruptive changes to people, process, or technology
  • Exposure to personal liability

A collaborative approach to audits leads to:

  • Clear understanding of regulatory requirements and business needs as they evolve
  • Reduced risk of non-compliance
  • Reduced non-compliance costs
  • Expedited audits that bring value rather than disruption

Module 1: Audit Scoping

The Purpose

  • Determine audit team.
  • Identify audit scoping plan.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Clear definitions of team member roles and responsibilities. 
  • Proper audit scoping.

Activities: Outputs:
1.1 Define audit roles and responsibilities
  • Defined roles and responsibilities
1.2 Develop audit scoping email
  • Completed audit scoping email

Module 2: Audit Preparation

The Purpose

  • Gather required documentation.
  • Prepare facilities and staff.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Prepared documentation.
  • Prepared facilities and staff.

Activities: Outputs:
2.1 Documentation gathering
  • List of required documentation
2.2 Facilities walkthrough and review
  • List of facilities requirements
2.3 Staff prep tactics
  • List of tactics for dealing with the auditor

Module 3: Post Audit

The Purpose

  • Clarify and remit findings

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Downgraded findings
  • Clarified recommendations

Activities: Outputs:
3.1 Review auditor report
3.2 Draft follow-up email
  • Follow-up email to auditors

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