Let's start by answering the major question, "what is an auditor?" An auditor is a person held in professional regard responsible for evaluating certain aspects of the production, health and safety, accuracy of financial records or rules and bi-laws of a business or individual.
The Bureau Veritas Certification Australia (BVCA) has more than 80,000 clients, spread across over 100 countries delivering over 100,000 certificates. BVCA has a global entourage of 5,700 auditors, who are recognized by 35 national and international accredited bodies. Bureau Veritas Certification establishes you with a wide variety of certification and auditing services ranging from public to more customized standards in the radius of quality, health, safety and environment (QHSE). Also included are assessment services to large companies that have intent to audit and/or certify certain aspects of their organization or network, including but not limited to their suppliers and/or franchises.
The Bureau Veritas Product Certification Program in managed and maintained in Auckland for New Zealand and Australian clients. To insure clients that the product is manufactured to accommodate both the product standard and the Bureau Veritas Compliance Requirements the BVCA uses a well-recognized "S" marked logo as an independent seal of approval. Carrying a threefold message: compliance, control and confidence, the "S" mark unmistakably shows a company's customers that their business is quality oriented and that they possess the confidence to timely have their product assessed. The "S" mark can be accessed to show compliance by most New Zealand and/or Australian product standards and by selected international standards.
Bureau Veritas Certification is regarded as the global leader in accredited training courses in the aspect of management systems. Provided by the Bureau Veritas Certification are training courses in quality, environmental, health and safety, social accountability management systems, food safety and informing security management systems to more than 52 countries worldwide. Bureau Veritas Certification is designed to accommodate specific requirement or follow official requirements.
The Bureau Veritas Certification training is broken down into the following courses: Quality Management Systems, related to standard code ISO9001:2008. This course includes three regiments: Introduction to ISO 9001:2008 quality management systems, managers, quality management systems for supervisors and senior quality management systems ISO 9001:2008 internal auditor training course.
Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems, related to standard code AS/NZS 4801, OHSAS 18991:2007. Included in this course is introduction to AS/NZS 4801, OHSAS 18001:2007, OH&S management systems AS/NZA 4801, OH&S management systems for supervisors and senior managers OHSAS 18001:2007 internal auditor training course.
Environmental Management Systems, related to standard code ISO 14001:2004. Included is this course is environmental management systems for supervisors and senior managers, introductions to ISO 14001:2004 environmental management systems, environmental management systems ISO 14001:2004 internal auditor training course.
Greenhouse Gas Management Systems, related to standard code ISO 14064. This course only includes introduction to ISO 14064 Greenhouse Gas Management Systems.
Auditing courses include, OHSAS 18001:2007 internal auditor training course quality management systems ISO 9001:2008 internal auditor training course, OH&S management systems AS/NZS 4801 and environmental management systems ISO 14001:2004 internal auditor training course.
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