Supplier Audit

Our supplier auditing service (also known as a second-party audit programme) enables you to gain complete visibility into your suppliers’ practices worldwide. Our expert teams develop a supplier audit programme to suit your requirements and combine it with our risk data and analysis, so you get a holistic risk-based audit across your most sensitive supply chain operations. 

Which supplier audits are available?

As originators and auditors of some of the world’s most recognized management system standards, we have the expertise to deliver supplier audits in a range of recognized disciplines which, when managed well, can improve business performance and support sustainable growth. Our experienced in-country auditors will confirm that your suppliers’ business information, policies and procedures are in-line with your organization’s requirements and objectives across a range of areas, including:

  • Quality Management System
  • Supplier pre-qualification
  • Financial Risk
  • Corporate social responsibility (CSR)
  • Environmental, health and safety (EHS)
  • Quality, including industry specific schemes such as IATF
  • Operational Excellence
  • Business Excellence
  • Business continuity
  • Anti-bribery
  • Sustainability

Whether it’s pre-set criteria you want us to audit, or a combination of a standard or industry requirements and your own specific protocols, we can work with you to develop the right programme to meet your needs.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help build supply chain resilience in your network.

Published by Dr. Edly Ramly

Operational and Business Excellence Preachers

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