shortcomings and the resulting taken.


Audit: Audit by bodies, government, or customers.

Shortcoming: Does not meet the standard.


  • Recording the observed .
  • the measures required to improve.
  • Record the measures taken. 

The shortcomings are recorded to monitor the progress of the solution. In addition, the manageability is greater and the shortcomings can help to improve our overall .

Actions by abnormalities:

Actions are dependant on the abnormality.

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