What is Internal Audit ?

Internal auditing leads to an increase in the confidence/reliability between departments, employees, management and customers is enhanced. Companies and businesses are granted the opportunity to implement and improve on their processes. The process creates documented proof of any flaws or errors at any stage are made transparent. Ultimately, customer satisfaction will be enhanced. Serves as a tool that benefits organizations by measuring where they stand within the ISO requirements, but more importantly what ISO standards they can improve upon. Internal audits can be defined as check points in the company for the departments to define the gaps and confirm that the departments are on the right track to successfully achieve the strategies of the organization by following the well defined and documented processes.

Benefits of Internal Audit ?

  • Ensures that auditors of a particular business or organization are trained to do internal audits, gather information and objective evidence which provides information for the top management within companies and organizations.
  • Adequately addresses the deficiencies that were discovered during the internal audit process which helps organizations and businesses improve upon their processes.
  • Create ability by companies and businesses to control every procedure and to get members of staff to work together in finding solutions to identified problems.
  • Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations. It helps organizations to check their compliance to the various legislatures.
  • Increase internal control.
  • Assists companies and organizations to come up with recommendations for improving policies, procedures, systems and to continuously verify the effectiveness of their control.
  • Checks for readiness in any external audit engagement.
  • By analysing and recommending business improvements in critical areas, the internal audit helps organizations to meet their objectives.
  • Brings a disciplined approach to improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.
  • Determine whether their quality management systems conform to: i). Planned arrangements ii) Requirements of ISO 9001 2008 Standard iii) Requirements established by the organization or company.
  • Directs the management’s attention to key business issues.
  • Gives early notice of potential problems so that the management can take action to resolve

Our approach

QSE adopts a “Ten Step Approach” to Implementation. This approach, designed and perfected by QSE, addresses each facet in an easy to implement manner. Tools merge with each other seamlessly and so effortlessly that the end product is a top-notch quality.