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Conducting An Internal Audit for Your Business: How To’s

Speaking of general business, conducting an internal audit is the most basic approach in monitoring the internal business operations of the business, and identifying if there are inconsistencies. Not only that, internal audits are also performed so that the organization will know gaps in business operations and identify more opportunities for improvement.

Moreover, internal audits is a scheme of audit procedure that is performed within the organization to evaluate the congruence of the internal operations with their current systems. But the main purpose of this procedure is to confirm and ensure that the company’s terms and policies, as well as procedures are still being performed and followed, so that the head management will be informed about the gaps identified in the observance of the policies.

Yet it is possible that the auditing procedure can either be performed by any internal resources, or even by an external resources or third party providers. But before choosing an external agency, the company must make sure that the external agency is one who is skilled in auditing and has an organized internal auditing procedures that would greatly help the company. The company must be informed that the purpose of the internal auditing procedures must not about knowing the mistakes of a certain company but to identify avenues to be improved and to develop the entire welfare of the company. When one company has a regular internal auditing of their system and procedures, the company has more opportunities to maintain and enhance the quality of their products and their compliance to their protocols requirements.

Moreover, internal auditing certainly needs a lot of resources for the entire process to be done, and might as well the frequency of the performance can be done daily, or weekly, monthly or yearly. You will be able to read more here the basic procedures done by companies before and during an internal auditing.

Firstly, identify the areas that require auditing. You make a copy of the departments of the company, along with their functions that need review by making use of the organization’s policies and procedures made by the regulatory agencies.

The next step is to assess the need of how often auditing needs to be performed for the organization. There are some departments that need only to be evaluated yearly, while some need to be audited daily or more frequently including those areas that have manufacturing procedures, ensuring the daily quality of the products.

Having a scheduled auditing by marking schedules on the business calendar makes sure that their works are performed regularly and tasks are completed.

The auditor must be prepared and is knowledgeable about the processes of auditing to save time both to the auditor and the area to be reviewed.

Finally, the auditor must record all results obtained and report them to the head office for the next steps to be done.