Sample RJC Audit Reports – COP and CoC

Code of Practices (COP) Sample Audit Report

The RJC Assessment Manual sets out what must be included in audit reports for RJC standards.  The Sample COP Audit Report below has been developed by RJC to illustrate good practice audit reporting for RJC Certification.  The Auditor and Member named in the report are fictitious.

RJC reviews all Audit Reports for consistency with its reporting requirements, before issuing certification to Members.  Some of these requirements are further explained in the downloadable example.

The Sample COP Audit report is used for training with RJC Accredited Auditors. Members and stakeholders can also use this sample to better understand the audit reporting process for the RJC Code of Practices.

Download the Sample COP RJC Audit Report below:

Sample RJC Audit Report – April2016

Please note that the M&E workbook is no longer required, as long as the key data and information points are included in the audit report (number of employees etc).

Chain-of-Custody (CoC) Sample Audit Report

The RJC has also developed a Sample Chain-of-Custody Audit Report, which again illustrates good practice audit reporting for the CoC Standard. The Auditor and Member named in the report are fictitious.

RJC reviews all Audit Reports for consistency with its reporting requirements, before issuing certification to Members. Some of these requirements are further explained in the downloadable example.

The Sample CoC Audit report is used for training with RJC Accredited Auditors. Members and stakeholders can also use this sample to better understand the audit reporting process for the RJC Chain-of-Custody Standard.

Download the Sample CoC RJC Audit Report below:

Sample RJC Audit Report CoC – April2016

 

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