• Audited by:

  • Audit 4 offices

  • office


  • Name of the auditee:

Wall and work area

  • No posters stuck on the walls<br>

  • Everything is in its place<br>

Top of desk

  • Only the material needed for the current file (s) is present on the desktop<br>

  • There are fewer than 5 post-its on the desk<br>

  • Two personal items and less are tolerated per person<br>

  • The office has a general appearance of cleanliness<br>

Under the desk

  • Only the things needed are under the desk<br>

  • The electrical wires are attached and secure. No risk of tripping or electrocution.<br>

Desk drawers

  • The identification of the external drawers is specific with the content inside (Clear P-Touch upper left corner)<br>

  • Items inside the drawers are identified using P-Touch<br>

Filing cabinets

  • <br>Each sheet is filed in a folder

  • Folders are identified with a term that reflects 80% of its contents

  • Documents are sorted in logical order (alphabetical, numeric, color code)<br>


  • <br>Each bookcase shelf is identified and numbered with the corresponding binder (term that reflects 80% of its contents)


  • Each binder is identified and numbered according to the standard (green = SST, blue = training, red = standards, manual and procedure, orange = audits)

General questions

  • The results of the report are located on the communication board of the department<br>

  • Improvement points are corrected and written on the report with the name of the employee<br>

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