An audit checklist is a set of questions that must be answered to verify requirements and standards are being met. It compensates for the limitation of human memory and helps the observer to ensure that nothing is missed or left behind. It enables the observer to better address compliance gaps and provides an opportunity for continuous improvement. Common examples of checklists are: to-do lists, preventive maintenance schedules, safety checklists and 5S checklists.
This template is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that you can use and modify to meet your specific needs. For example, you may add more rows if you want to add more questions. You may choose the checklist option to see if the checklist item exists or not. You may also choose the rating option and rate your answers on a scale of 1 to 5. In both cases, the score results will be generated automatically. To learn more about checklists, please click here.
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