During this phase, Verifymatic works with the client to establish the objectives of the product audit in detail. This includes identifying the critical characteristics of the product that will be audited, as well as establishing the quality and safety standards that the product must meet. We also take into account any relevant regulations or industry standards, and determine the scope of the audit. We may also consult with subject matter experts to ensure that we have a thorough understanding of the product and its requirements.
During this phase, Verifymatic plans and prepares for the audit to ensure that it is conducted efficiently and effectively. Our team establishes a timeline and schedules the audit with the supplier. We identify the personnel and resources needed, such as auditors, testing equipment, and documentation, and ensure that they are available on the audit date.
We select the audit methodology and tools that will be used to ensure that the audit is conducted in accordance with industry best practices and standards. We also develop an audit checklist that covers all aspects of the product and the supplier's quality management system. We may conduct a preliminary supplier assessment to identify any potential risks and inform our audit planning process.
During the audit, our experienced auditors conduct a thorough inspection of the product and its manufacturing process. Our auditors use a range of audit techniques, such as visual inspection, product testing, and documentation review, to ensure that all aspects of the product are audited. We use a comprehensive checklist to ensure that all areas of the product and supplier's quality management system are covered.
We may use statistical process control, sampling techniques, or other quality control methods to ensure that the audit is conducted accurately and reliably. We may also use specific testing methods and techniques, such as destructive testing, non-destructive testing, or chemical analysis, depending on the type of product being audited. Our auditors are trained to use the latest testing and inspection equipment to ensure accurate and reliable results.
Throughout the product audit process, we adhere to industry best practices and standards, such as ISO 19011 and ISO/IEC 17021. We also use a range of testing methods and techniques, including destructive and non-destructive testing, chemical analysis, and product performance testing, to ensure accurate and reliable results. At Verifymatic, we are committed to providing our clients with reliable, cost-effective product
After the audit is complete, our team analyzes the data collected during the audit to identify any non-conformances or areas of potential risk. We use statistical analysis tools, such as process capability analysis and control charting, to identify trends and patterns in the data. This analysis provides insight into the product's strengths and weaknesses, which can be used to develop a plan for improvement.
We also use root cause analysis techniques to identify the underlying causes of any non-conformances or quality issues. This allows us to develop effective corrective action plans that address the root cause of the problem, rather than just treating the symptoms. We may also work with the supplier to develop a corrective action plan that addresses any identified issues.
Our team prepares a detailed report that includes the audit findings, along with recommendations for corrective action. The report will also include an analysis of the product's strengths and weaknesses, which can be used to develop a plan for improvement. We provide our clients with comprehensive and accurate audit reports that meet the requirements of relevant standards and regulations, such as ISO 9001, ISO 13485, and FDA regulations.
Our reports may also include data visualization tools, such as graphs and charts, to help our clients understand the data and identify trends over time. We work closely with our clients to ensure that the report format and content meet their specific needs and requirements.
Verifymatic follows up with the supplier to ensure that corrective actions have been taken and that any identified risks have been addressed. We may conduct additional audits to ensure that the supplier's quality management system is effective and that the product remains compliant with