Internal ISO Audits are a powerful tool to monitor the performance of any Management System. They offer stakeholders the ability to understand how a system is working within a business and if continual improvements are effective.
Our years of experience allow us to work with through the standard whilst completing internal ISO audits. Naturally those who are being audited may feel nervous and wary that their work is being scrutinised so we ensure that we approach audits in a constructive manner and have the experience & skill to generate meaningful findings in collaboration with those undertaking the work.
We believe the quality of our audits make us a clear choice for companies wishing to retain ISO certifications through the effective auditing of their management systems. As Auditors we carry out comprehensive Internal ISO Auditing against the ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001 and ISO 45001 Management Standards as well as an organisation’s own processes. Speak to us about how we can assist you.
Consultation – initial fact-finding conversation in person or on the phone to understand more about your audit requirements
Proposal – when we understand what your requirements are, we will produce a proposal that outlines the internal audit programme
Internal audits – we will perform the audits in line with the programme
Report – we will report back on audit findings and help analyse the root cause and corrective actions if required
Ongoing support – we work in a consultancy basis and can continue to support your business beyond the audit programme if required
The internal audit process needs to be planned and executed in a structured way in order to get the best results. Whether you are looking for internal audits to be completed all at once prior to an audit, or to spread them across the year, we are here to help. The internal audit process involves:
ISO is the abbreviation for "International Organisation for Standardisation" which is the only major international standard setting body.
In each country ISO certification is overseen by an accreditation body like UKAS in the UK. They then appoint certification bodies who perform the audits for accreditation. Companies often seek the assistance of ISO consultants like 2SB to advise on a quicker implementation.