This page provides a short overview of ISO 19011 2011 Annex B.6.
Most management system
audits require onsite visits.
1. Plan your onsite visit.
1.1. Get permission to visit the site.
1.2. Brief auditors abut the site.
1.2.1. Provide sociocultural briefing.
1.2.2. Provide health and safety briefing.
1.2.3. Provide security and confidentiality briefing.
1.3. Confirm that protective equipment will be provided.
1.4. Ensure that auditee will be ready for your visit.
1.4.1. Make sure that auditee personnel will know
2. Manage your onsite visit.
2.1. Protect the health and safety of your audit team.
2.1.1. Make sure that auditors are using personal
220.127.116.11 Make sure they're using PPE properly.
2.1.2. Make sure that your auditors understand
18.104.22.168 Discuss emergency exits.
22.214.171.124 Discuss assembly points.
2.2. Ask auditors not to interfere with processes.
2.2.1. Make sure that auditors do not disturb
126.96.36.199 Control the size of the audit team.
2.2.2. Make sure that auditors do not touch or
2.2.3. Make sure that auditors minimize
2.3. Respect auditee security, privacy, and confidentiality.
2.3.1. Ask auditee's management for permission
2.3.2. Ask auditee personnel for permission to
188.8.131.52 Do not collect personal information
2.4. Handle onsite incidents efficiently and effectively.
2.4.1. Make sure that the audit team leader
184.108.40.206 Continue the audit (if possible).
220.127.116.11 Reschedule the audit (if necessary).
18.104.22.168 Interrupt the audit (if unavoidable).
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