Auditing

Auditing

Auditing comes in three stages: The Supply stage, the Procurement stage, and lastly the Receiving stage. All three stages come with critical points, which if not properly controlled will result in incurring more costs. Such costs will pass on to the clients, which eventually impact the profits as well affecting operations.
The auditing of suppliers at site will further enhance the confidence of business relationship through ensuring the long-term supply of services or goods and assuring that the suppliers have the right processes in place, which are in-line with the client’s requirements.
The auditing on Procurement is to ensure the effectiveness of procurement framework that is in place to support the purchasing and contracting activities. It verifies if authorisation is applied and validate the adherence to policies and guidelines.
Receiving is a critical point of safeguarding received goods with appropriate quality and in compliance to the safety requirements. This especially holds true for goods pertaining to food and beverages that is subjected to health risks. Any incidents will potentially affect the reputation of the client and licence to operate. Therefore, ensuring that Receiving complies to food and beverage safety guidelines is of a critical importance and is subjected to regular audits.
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