Published: July, 2022
A construction audit is a review of various aspects of a project to ensure they are performing appropriately and in keeping with the contract. Since construction projects typically involve several entities performing several concurrent tasks, a construction audit is a crucial tool for keeping everything on track and under budget.
Completing a construction site audit is never an easy task. Completing a construction site audit can be incredibly valuable both for the customer and the contractors. It can improve relationships, reduce costs and enhance health and safety. In an industry that has the highest rate of workplace injury and frequent delays, any measure which will improve the management of projects should be welcomed.
This CPE Auditing Webinar will give you a basic look at site safety that an auditor should know before entering a site. A walkthrough is a wise part of a construction audit, but the audit needs to be prepared to look out for safety violations and to protect themselves.
This CPE course will give you an overview but does not qualify for the pertinent OSHA training requirements.
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Founder & CEO, Auspicium
Auspicium was founded as a management consulting firm specializing in audit, real estate management, facilities management and Construction Audit and construction audit cost recovery. We specialize in consulting, fraud examination, risk assessment, and training. Our founder is a recognized leader in the field and has spoken for private companies as well as for The Instiute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Aug 2nd, 2022