Observe | Identify | Improve
“What we see depends on what we look for.” – John Lubbock
“We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.” – Anais Nin
“Workers respect not what a manager expects, but what a manager inspects.”
The intent of audits are to examine the situational aspects of the system to assess their influence on the day to day activities. For example, “Is the system being used and is it achieving the requirements of its original purpose?” The ‘system feedback loop’ is critical for continuous improvement and auditing is vital to this process.
Systems In Industry provide auditing services for Safety, Quality and Environmental management systems.
Organisations can experience immediate benefits from having an external audit, the main benefit being that any process or operational deficiency which may be found can be quickly corrected or improved.
The long-term benefits of external audits include assurance for management and the board, regulatory authorities and clients, that the system controls and processes used are effective.
The ‘effectiveness’ of a system refers to its impacts on daily working lives. Having a system that is not specifically designed, implemented or used effectively can in some cases exasperate operational bottlenecks and production in-efficiencies.
Systems In Industry provide valuable feedback and analysis on the reach and effectiveness of your organisational systems. Having significant commercial experience in a number of industries, Systems In Industry can provide a comprehensive Improvement Plan to re-align current systems or work practices to best practice bench marks.