Have you ever been in a situation that you have to Audit a Subcontractor on Site and you don’t know what to ask…?
Well…this is your solution!
Auditing a Subcontractor in a construction site can end up with many surprises that you probably were not expecting when you sent out the audit notification.
Controlling subcontractors is probably one of the hardest tasks for a Main Contractor. However, with proper planning, monitoring, auditing and (mainly) effective supervising, subcontractors can be controlled quite well.
A good audit checklist will help initially to identify any issues, “dark” or “potentially dark” areas.
This is a 17 Questions Audit Checklist that will make your life easier and relieve you from the stress of not knowing what to ask in a Quality Audit to a Works Subcontractor.
It covers issues suuch as Quality Management, Documents Control, Calibration and many more!
The Audit Report that will be issued afterwards, needs to be worded very carefully because important decisions are often taken after an audit.
It also needs to include all the important information and evidences. Click the button below to download our Audit Report Form for Construction projects:
Auditing is a task that definitely needs experience and the Auditor should be able to handle difficult situations.
Every Project and Contract is different but these are definitely some areas that could hide some interesting surprises (including the fact that the Main Contractor might not have established the processes and the tools that will provide quality assurance over the subcontracted works).