C113 IMS(EQHSMS) Internal Auditor Training Presentation Kit Price 390 USD
Tips to trained internal auditor • Auditor is always fact finder and not fault finder. • As per IMS(EQHSMS) auditor looks for effectiveness of system, process approach and not only records. • Auditors 4 Key boundaries a. ISO:9001, ISO;14001 and OHSAS:18001 Requirements b. Own written documents C. Customer requirements D. Statutory & regulatory requirements 4. Audit methodology A. Interview people B. Verify records C. Witness testing/ process checking D. Own verification of process / product parameters
IMS(EQHSMS) AUDIT As per iso system, audit is define as “ a systematic & independent examination to determine whether ims(eqhsms) activities and related results comply with planned arrangement and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve the objectives”. (1) Adequacy audit:- (System or management audit) Determine the extend to which the documented system (ims(eqhsms) manual, procedures, work instructions & forms) adequately meet the requirements of standard. (2) Compliance audit:- Which seeks to establish the extent to which the documented system is implemented and observed by the work force.
Audit steps 1. Audit plan 2. Develop checklists 3. Opening meeting Conducting the audit 4. Gather evidence 5. Record results 6. Closing meeting 7. Audit report
Non – compliance reporting • What is the problem ? Describe clearly, concisely and factually. • Why is it a non – compliance ? I.e., against which requirement ? • Where did it occur ? I.e., which department or activity ? • Who ? – avoid apportioning blame. (I.e., naming individuals)
6.2 Human resources6.2.1 General • Appropriate education • Training • Skills • Experience Personnel performing work affecting conformance to product requirements must be competent on the basis of:
Structure of standards as per ISO 14001-2004 4.6Management review • 4.5Checking & corrective action • Monitor & Measure • Non-conformance • Corrective/preventive actions • Records • Audits Continual trade linkages 4.2Environmental policy • 4.3Planning • Environmental • Aspects • Legal & Other • Objectives & Targets • EMP • 4.4 Implementation and operation • Structure / Responsibility • Training, Awareness • Communication • EMS Documentation • Document Control • Operation Control • Emergency Procedures
Procedure for accident investigation Procedure to address: • Kind of accidents to be reported • Define major accident, high potential accident and high potential incident/near miss accident • When and how events should be reported and investigated • Who is responsible for conducting and participating in the accident/ incident investigation • Who is employee representative involved in conducting accident/ incident investigation • Who will liaise with external agency/ government functionary conducting accident/ incident investigation