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Factory Compliance Auditing In Amritsar

Factory Compliance Auditing In Amritsar

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Factory audit (FA) refers to an onsite factory inspection that is carried out on behalf of an importer at the premises of the manufacturer before placing an order to a new manufacturer. Factory Audit is aimed at avoiding getting involved in a bind working with the wrong factory. During the Factory Audit, the auditor records data and takes pictures of all the essential aspects for the importers reference for them to have an in depth feeling and sense about the factory before any contract is signed. Factory Audit vs Quality Inspection, Factory Audit, Factory Audits are often the last step in the sourcing process. It usually takes place after screening a group of potential suppliers down to the serious ones. Not only is it the most expensive form of evaluating supplier, it is also the most in depth. It is important to get to the factory to confirm if the key managers will be available on the desired date. Surprise audits can only be carried in certain situations. A Factory Audit is compulsory before any order is locked in because it will (in the long run) save the importer from potential disaster, money loss, disappointment and business failure. Thus, accurate and concrete information are needed when selecting a supplier. These information will help you determine if they are the right supplier to do business with. The Factory Audit process should not be rushed neither should it be based solely on price. There are quite a number of factors that should be put into consideration. Some factories are known for bad quality, not following directions, rough handling and signing off on products that they have not inspected. Some are also known for child labor, degradation of the environment and poor working conditions. Thus, you need to research your manufacturer, pay a visit to their premises and ensure that they are checked out before entering into any business agreement. Quality inspection refers to the measures that are targeted at checking, measuring and testing the various product characteristics and then relating the results to the requirements to comply with laid down regulations. The process is usually conducted by specialized personnel and cannot be handled by production workers. Products that are not in line with the specifications (as revealed by the Quality Inspection) are rejected or returned for improvement. The three major purposes of quality inspection include, Identification of the problem with the quality, Provision of information to managers, Removal of the problem by managers. There are two forms of quality inspection namely final inspection and intermediate inspection. Final inspection is carried out at the end of the production process while intermediate inspection is carried out at several stages of the production. Factory Audit of Social Responsibility, The news of corporate corruption flying around the business world have made companies to pay more attention to enacting policies that reflect corporate social responsibility. The fall of recognizable businesses has cautioned companies that do not pay attention to conducting their operations ethically. This has made such companies to develop a checklist that will ensure that their actions are in line with high standards of business etiquettes.1.Strategy and Vision, The corporate social responsibility checklist must comprise all aspects of the companies vision statement as well as strategic goals that will make it effective. You need to understand the social responsibility issues that are specific to your industry and the world at large.2.Accountability and Oversight, The compliance with social responsibility checklist must bring the bad behaviors of company leaders into oversight and ensure that the leaders are held accountable. The checklist should determine if the factory in question has any department that is in charge of tracking CSR behaviors and reporting all violations to the authorities concerned.3.Risk Identification, Although all businesses encounter different kinds of risks, the compliance with social responsibility checklist will go a long way in helping the factories to determine if the level of risk encountered while making a decision aligns with the traditional business ethics. The checklist must pinpoint risks to the factories ethical practices in its policies as well as actions. The factory audit of social responsibility must be factored into a factories decisions on business risks. It must also get rid of potential ethical problems. CDG Provides Accredited Factory compliance Auditing in Amritsar , Punjab , India. CDG is an ISO 17020 accredited inspection body for factory compliance auditing

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