Sunday, April 29, 2007


It is the lead auditor’s responsibility to prepare the audit plan. The plan should include :

1. The Audit Objectives and Scope.

2. Identification of the individuals having significant direct responsibilities regarding the objectives and scope.

3. Identification of reference documents (such as the applicable quality system standard and the auditee’s quality manual)

4. Identification of audit team members.

5. The language of the audit

6. The date and place where the audit is to be conducted.

7. Identification of the organizational units to be audited.

8. The expected time and duration for each major audit activity.

9. The schedule of meetings to be held with auditee management.

10. Confidentiality requirements.

11. Audit report distribution and the expected date of issue.

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