The ACRS Steel Traceability Scheme

The ACRS Steel Traceability Scheme

Scheme Costs

ACRS undertakes a two-stage audit process. Stage 1 is primarily a desk top audit (but ACRS reserves the right to include on-site visits). Its purpose to review the documented management system and determine whether the Client is ready for a full Stage 2 on-site audit.

Nonconformities may be raised as a result of a Stage 1 audit and should be rectified before a Stage 2 audit takes place. Stage 2 is a full on-site audit where the Client must demonstrate the practical working of the management system in relation to its materials supply. This will include the review of processes, procedures, documents and records, competency of resources, adequacy of equipment and testing, and the monitoring and control of the product process. S undertakes a two-stage audit process. Stage 1 is primarily a desk top audit (but ACRS reserves the right to include on-site visits). Its purpose to review the documented management system and determine whether the Client is ready for a full Stage 2 on-site audit.

Other monitoring activities such as internal audit, management review and the management of corrective actions will also need to be demonstrated. S undertakes a two-stage audit process. Stage 1 is primarily a desk top audit (but ACRS reserves the right to include on-site visits). Its purpose to review the documented management system and determine whether the Client is ready for a full Stage 2 on-site audit.

ACRS fees for Traceability Scheme audits will be assessed for each applicant upon receipt of the completed Application, agreed with the client, and received by ACRS before commencement of the Stage 1 audit. Additional charges (e.g. travel costs, any additional review or audit activity required) will be invoiced separately. S undertakes a two-stage audit process. Stage 1 is primarily a desk top audit (but ACRS reserves the right to include on-site visits). Its purpose to review the documented management system and determine whether the Client is ready for a full Stage 2 on-site audit.


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About ACRS

The Australasian Certification Authority for Reinforcing and Structural Steels (“ACRS”) owns and administers three consumer-oriented, independent, expert, not-for-profit, third-party steel certification schemes: Product Conformity, Product Traceability, and Quality Systems.

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Email: info@steelcertification.com
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