Planning the Audit

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Carpenter, Bernie C.   (1988, ASQC)   Aerojet ElectroSystems Company, Azusa, CA

Annual Quality Congress, Dallas TX    Vol. 42    No. 0
QICID: 3424    May 1988    pp. 213
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Article Abstract

Authority to perform your function is sometimes the most difficult task, in beginning what most auditee's perceive as a necessary evil. A question presented to you, as the auditor, may very often resemble "why am I being audited again?".

We will endeavor upon the pitfalls of a discussion on "why me?" with the auditee. This can only lead to less than desirable attitudes at the beginning. One could notify the auditee by written notice citing the contract, company, or specification requirement and presume all is well, but the lack of personal touch may not reveal the real feelings of the auditee. Therefore, it is most of the auditee well in advance of the actual audit performance.

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Quality audit


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