This is a wonderful page and should assist with audit practices. However, there is one questionable issue that has been posted, the image: Corrective Action Plans Work Sheet example has some confidential information posted on it. This is poor practice and the information needs to be removed. Also, the information listed on any uploaded document needs to be Dummy information.
- The image is taken from the on-line training lesson The Stake Auditor , slide 27. I was under the impression it would be dummy information and not confidential information. --Steve 20:29, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
- Thank you for the reply Brother, we just wanted to make sure. --Caleb 20:37, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
Images from previous forms
I restored the File:Corrective Action Plans Work Sheet example.png image. Although it is technically correct that the form has changed, that change is extremely minor for that image. I really doubt that anyone will be confused by the difference (one column related to a bolded item has been removed). But the image is very valuable in helping people understand how the corrective action plans work. That benefit exceeds any very minor risk of confusion. If it is deemed necessary to correct this, then a new version of the image should be uploaded -- there is no need to change this page.
- I have uploaded a new version of the File:Corrective Action Plans Work Sheet example.png image, which now matches the new audit forms. -- Aebrown 20:27, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks Alan, you're awesome! Lindsayre 23:36, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
However, for the file:Audit Report example.png image, I do agree that the changes to the form in this area are so significant that the old image is confusing. What used to be on one page is now on three different pages. Perhaps the image can be updated, or we might need more than one image. So I agree with the deletion of that image and have not restored it. -- Aebrown 18:07, 15 June 2010 (UTC)