In the scope of a Supplier Audit Program, independent auditors visit your supplier’s manufacturing facilities to analyze their manufacturing capacities, quality management system, structural safety, social compliance or environmental impact. It is the best way to receive a full picture of your supplier’s business and policies, and receive all the information you need to take corrective action, if necessary.
Supplier audits can be conducted to a number of international standards, your in-house policies or PCS’s own Best-in-Class protocol. We can audit your existing suppliers or ones you are contemplating for inclusion into your supply chain.
PCS offers a range of supplier audit programs to help you engage with capable and ethical suppliers:
- Ethical Audits
- Structural Audits
- Environmental Audits
- Food Supplier Audits
Our inspectors will do on-site auditing of the supplier’s manufacturing capability, including the actual conditions of the workshop, production line, machinery equipment, workers’ skill, raw material, production technique, quality control system, etc. and issue the audit report.
According to the client’s requirement about the delivery, we will supervise the supplier’s manufacturing process performance on-site to ensure the delivery schedule, and issue the audit report.
According to the client’s or the current international standard such as OHSA18000, SA8000, We will have on-site audit of the factory’s environment, vocational health, safety, social obligations, etc., to audit if the factory complies with the local labor stipulations, and issue the audit report.
According to the client’s or the current international standard ISO9000, our inspectors will do an on-site audit of the factory’s quality management system and issue the audit report.
According to the client’s or the current international standard ISO14000, we will audit the factory’s environmental management system. Evaluate the influences posed on the environment from the products and production process, and submit the suggestions for improvement for the factory and issue the audit report.
Why Get a Supplier Audit?
- To identify and hedge against quality, operational, structural, security and ethical risks
- To verify that your supplier’s quality management system is suitable for your supply chain
- To get a full picture of your supplier’s sourcing and operational policies
- To ensure safe and ethical working conditions in your supply chain
- To comply with statutory requirements for structural safety, ethical compliance, quality management, environmental impact and security
- To protect your brand image and emphasize good corporate citizenship