1. Maintain good communication – at CMA, we take pride in providing our clients assurance and stability through. When our clients call with questions or problems, we are always ready to assist. By maintaining good communication with your auditor, you can build a positive relationship and stay up-to-date on important information.
  2. Keep auditor informed – Let our auditor know what has been going on at your facility. Have there been any accidents or spills? Have there been any changes in company leadership? By updating your auditor with such vital information, you empower them to help you to the best of their capability.
  3. Don’t hide anything – It is crucial that a high level of transparency exists between the auditor and client. A transparent relationship with our clients allows us to implement real solutions to problems as soon as possible. By hiding important information, especially regarding spills or accidents, you can endanger your facility as well as your clients.

If you have any questions regarding CMA’s auditing process, feel free to give us a call for a consultation.

The CMA Team