Companies in any business sector with ambition and the requirement to maintain their reputation and competitive edge via continual improvement must manage risks related to quality, information security, environment, health, safety. This applies both to the organisation itself and to agent, supplier or contractor performance who should ensure a continuous demonstration of corporate social responsibility and compliance with the relevant law.
Second party audit, is an audit of another organisational quality program not under the direct control or within the organisational structure of the auditing organisation. Second Party auditing is usually performed by the customer upon its suppliers (or potential suppliers) to determine whether or not the supplier can meet existing or proposed contractual requirements.
EPI enables companies to improve quality, reduce costs and identify operational and compliance risks by providing the necessary resource and expertise to conduct effective second party audits to ensure that findings are reported and addressed in a timely and effective manner. It enables your organization to take a best practices approach to compliance and risk management via an external audit report and supports your external audit program using an enterprise quality management system.
The basis of the audit will be based on your company requirements and expectations, applicable legal and regulatory requirements, best practices and recognised standards.
Our auditors will verify your organisation’s compliance with all applicable requirements. The audit will highlight strong points, non-conformities and improvement potentials, and by taking appropriate actions the organisation can continually improve and ensure compliance.
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