The Value of Third-Party Audits and What You Can Expect from Them

January 20, 2022

By: Derrick Mauk

Finding yourself in need of a third-party audit can feel daunting and confusing. Some require special administration like specific documents, risks, or follow ups on corrective actions.

Beyond meeting certain requirements, your organization can garner several benefits from a third-party audit.

  1. Objectively Fresh Eyes

Third-party audit companies come in with fresh eyes and a different approach. They are not part of your day-to-day, so they can offer new perspectives on your systems and processes without the familiarity your staff has built over time. It’s a neutral assessment from trained experts.

  1. Knowledge and Expertise

Speaking of expertise, third-party vendors have conducted audits in multiple environments in a variety of facilities. They’ve seen it all. They can share the best practices from programs across the industry. It’s truly an opportunity to learn and grow your program.

  1. An Expedited Timeline

When your teams are focused on their day-to-day tasks, some maintenance can fall to the back burner. Bringing in a third-party allows you to allocate specific resources to conduct an audit and interviews in a timely manner.

  1. Maintained Brand Image

By keeping up with and going above and beyond regulations, you show your neighbors that you care about keeping them safe.

How can Montrose help?

Our experts meet with operations teams to find out reporting and platform requirements. We are technology agnostic, conforming to the needs of each organization.

Beyond identifying issues, our experts then offer custom training and recommendations to solve your problem. We don’t believe in leaving behind a stack of problems – we help you develop a stronger program.

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