APSCA Firm Guide to Auditor Enrollment & Certiﬁcation
APPENDIX B - AUDIT LOG REVIEW PROCESS
Audit logs submitted by Member Firms demonstrate the number and type of audits conducted by the
Auditor and provides an understanding of the Auditor’s experience in Social Compliance and other
types of auditing, as applicable.
Audit Logs submitted for review to APSCA must include ALL the following elements:
Full Name of Auditor
APSCA Member Number (if known)
Date of Audit (start/ ﬁnish)
How many Auditors participated in the Audit?
(Lead, Team Member, Observer, Trainer etc.)
Auditor Role Within the Audit
Note: Audits in which the Auditor is classiﬁed
as an Observer/ Shadowing, Witness and /
or trainer/ training do NOT count towards the
number of audit days.
(Social Compliance, food safety, management
Type of Audit Conducted
(WRAP, GFSI, Supplier or Audit Firm CoC etc.)
Ensure all information is included.
Scheme or Initiative
Note: – noting “Social Compliance” does not
count, require additional information. E.g. brand,
collaborative scheme etc.
example: if the audit is a 2 audit-day audit and
there are 2 auditors, this answer would be 1 day.
Number of audit days for this audit for this auditor
(e.g. Social Compliance = 121 Audit Days,
Security = 70 Audit Days).
Summary of the TOTAL number of audit days and
Include these totals on the ﬁrst or last page,
which assist in the audit log assessment.
Ensure this summary count is ONLY for the
auditor which this logs belongs.
Signatures AND printed names (ﬁrst and last)
of BOTH the Member Firm Representative and
Auditor are required to validate an Audit Log.
Audit Log signed by both the Auditor and
Member Audit Firm*
Note: Copy-and-paste screenshots of
signatures are not valid forms of veriﬁcation, nor
are Member Firm stamps or seals.
Version & Date:
APSCA Firm Guide to Auditor Enrollment & Certiﬁcation-T-038
Version 1 - March 2022
This document is no longer version controlled once printed.
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