Internal auditing checklist

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What is an internal auditing checklist for?


An internal auditing checklist serves to control all aspects of an internal audit of any company. It is used by internal audit professionals to facilitate their work and ensure that they do not forget any essential aspect when performing the audit. An internal auditing checklist is used to evaluate the company's performance and to check that the regulations in force in the industry in which it operates are being followed.



This article briefly discusses the following topics:


1. Who should use an internal auditing checklist


2. Basic aspects of an internal auditing checklist


3. A mobile solution for creating digital internal audit checklists



Who should use an internal auditing checklist


Anyone considering an internal audit can use an internal auditing checklist to improve their results. It can be someone who is an expert in audits or anyone else who needs to evaluate or inspect a particular item to analyze the safety and quality of your products and services, regardless of the size of your company.


Basic aspects of an internal auditing checklist


  1. Analysis of the organizational context - In this first part of the internal auditing checklist, it is recommended to analyse the external and internal factors affecting the company in question and what the main indicators are for measuring performance.

  2. Company's management - In the second section of the internal auditing checklist, the roles and responsibilities of the company's management should be identified.

  3. Planning - The risks and opportunities should then be identified and an analysis made of whether control measures have been taken.

  4. Support - In this section of the internal auditing checklist, you must conclude whether the company provided adequate resources to manage the company's safety and quality standards.

  5. Operations - The objective of this point is to determine whether measures have been put in place to plan, execute and maintain the company's product and service quality management processes.

  6. Performance review - In this section of the internal auditing checklist, you should analyze whether there are performance evaluation protocols that provide measurable and enforceable results.

  7. Opportunities for improvement - The last section of the internal auditing checklist should ask the following question:

    • Does the organization have an automated process for the continuous improvement of business activities?

One of the most important points when performing an internal audit is to have a flexible tool that allows you to modify and adapt each of the sections of your internal auditing checklist to achieve the best possible results.



A mobile solution for creating digital internal audit checklists


Digitize your paperwork and record keeping, and automatically store all audit manager reports online for easy access anytime, anywhere. Get instant notification of security breaches through chat or push messages from your colleagues so your staff can prevent accidents. Improve workplace safety with Lumiform and add another layer of safety to your business:


Additional advantages of the digital application are:


  • Generate real-time data via internal processes. This makes quality and security measurable and you can use the data to continuously optimize processes.

  • Get an overview of everything that's going on on-site.

  • Reports are created automatically - this saves the complete postprocessing.

  • Increase the efficiency of your internal processes: Through more efficient communication within the team, with third parties and with management, as well as faster incident reporting, you solve incidents up to 4x faster than before.

  • Using the super intuitive mobile application, you and your teammates can perform any check in the field with ease and save time.

  • Save time by analyzing all data more easily and identifying areas that need your attention more quickly.

  • Continuous improvement of quality and safety: With the flexible checklist construction kit you can constantly optimize internal tests and processes. Since Lumiform guides the examiner through the exam, there is no need for training.