• What area are you auditing?

  • What are names of employees are you auditing?

  • Are the Work Instructions posted and clear to see by employees?

  • Take a picture of the work instructions to show that they are legible and easy to read.

  • If the operator is working from a schedule, take a picture of the schedule to show that it is being highlighted and initialed correctly

  • Ask operator what the frequency of inspections are?

  • Take two pictures of the work in process that show evidence of inspection in this area?

  • Write down the ID number for all pieces of equipment used to monitor and measure product in this area.

  • Please recommend at least one improvement that might improve quality in this area.

  • Note any nonconformance's found during this audit.

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