How to Gather OBJECTIVE Audit Evidence

Posted by Craig Thornton

In this blog you will learn about the key sources of objective evidence you can utilize during the audit process.  As a result, you will be able to develop clear and concise audit findings supported by objective evidence.

This is a video series from Mango partner Andrew Thornhill from IRM Systems in Melbourne, Australia. To check out his other videos, or to request a topic of discussion, head to his website. Feel free to share this video with your co-workers or add it to your training records. 

 

Takeaways 

The key sources of objective evidence are;

  1. Looking at records
  2. Interviewing people
  3. Making observations
  4. Looking at related documents

 

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