The local government of this city in France has taken on ISO 20121 for the management of their events. They have been independently assessed for conformity to the standard. Contact www.herryconseil.com for further details about the auditing company responsible.
Undertaking an internal audit offers an opportunity to self-assess the conformity of your management system to the requirements of ISO 20121.
It works as a gap-analysis, identifying the missing components. Upon successful completion of an internal audit, you will be able to claim first-party conformity to the standard. In fact it's required by the standard itself - read Clause 9.3.
If you plan to be externally assessed for conformity and potential 'third party certification' then undertaking the internal audit to ensure your management system is in a place correctly is essential.
Being 'conformity ready' means you'll save money on your audit, with less likelihood of 'non-conformities' being identified by the Auditor. You'd then have to possibly spend more time on the audit and pay more as you to-and-fro putting together the things you didn't realise you'd missed.
The internal audit process could be daunting, but things just got a whole lot easier, as GreenShoot Pacific has developed an online wizard to track through the requirements of ISO 20121 to ensure you've got your ducks in a row and are conformity ready!
The internal audit wizard goes clause by clause through the management system. Each section of the standard is able to be checked. The wizard includes, for each clause and requirements:
- Details the clause's requirement/s
- Auditor guidance
- Auditor instructions
- A conformity assessment checklist
- A section to record Auditor observations and recommendations
- A section to detail the evidence collected/viewed/observed
- Conformity status checklist (partial, conforms, does not conform)
- A section Corrective action required to achieve conformity
For each clause/requirement, a summary of the above is emailed to the Auditor for their records.
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