ASQ Presents!™ Remote Audits: Risks and Benefits
COVID-19 has catapulted the practice of remote auditing into the forefront of audit community dialogue.
Main Presenter: Denise Robitaille
The pandemic launched a proliferation of remoting auditing activity. We were presented with the challenge of maintaining the integrity of the audit process while addressing the need to protect individuals and communities from the transmission of a deadly virus. What we’ve learned in the last few months is that if we manage the risks appropriately we can not only achieve the audit objectives, we may actually experience benefits.
Denise Robitaille has been auditing for over 25 years. Her experience has run the gamut from internal audits to supplier audits to 3rd party conformity assessments. Over the years, Denise has trained thousands of auditors.
She is chair of ISO PC302, (project committee that revised ISO 19011 Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems). She has authored over a dozen books – her most recent is Remote Auditing: A Quick and Simple Guide for Management System Auditors. She is a certified lead assessor and an ASQ Fellow.
Denise has participated internationally in standards development for over 18 years and is chair of PC302 – the project committee that revised ISO 19011.