Continuous improvement is the best way to make your company the market reference
Internal audits of management systems:
Legal compliance audits
Second party audits:
Suppliers and customers in the aforementioned references and in integrated systems
Legal Compliance Audit to identify management issues
Every day you have to deal with a huge amount of documentation, laws, directives and standards from municipal, regional and European levels. But how do you keep everything under control in order to be 100% compliant with the company's requirements?
Honestly, keeping a routine, aiming at the control of the applicable legal requirements, is not an easy job at all, it requires resources, and we know even more that any mistake can bring many risks to your company, including great financial losses.
The management of legal requirements makes it possible to identify and verify compliance with applicable legislation in a company, including laws, decrees, ordinances, resolutions and normative instructions applied to the reality of activities, products and services.
To do so, it is necessary to constantly check the updated text of the requirements and periodically assess whether the organisation's obligations are being respected. Thus, it is possible to analyse the company's performance and verify if it is in legal compliance.
ISO standards define requirements for the management system and the way a company should be managed, aiming to identify and respect customers' needs. The systems are applied worldwide and their main focus is the continuous improvement of the quality of an organisation's products and services and customer satisfaction.
The internal audit allows the organisation to verify its conformity status with the standard or standards in question, to draw up its improvement action plan and also to comply with requirement 9 of the standards.