FAA Quiz Posted by admin on Nov 18, 2020 in Welcome to your FAA Quiz Note: You must obtain a score of 70% to pass this exam. Read each question carefully. Good luck! Name Date Email Phone What are the three key methods used to gather evidence during an audit? (Check three answers) Complete a check list Observe Write a report Ask Debrief meeting Review What are two key characteristics of “objective evidence”? (Check two answers) Factual Interesting Inference Circumstantial Verifiable Just because Which of the following are important considerations for an audit Guide list? (Check all that apply) What to look at What time you’ll take lunch What requirements are being audited How to get a representative sample, i.e., a good “cross section” of organizational practices What to look for In order to have compliance, you must have: (Check one answer) A requirement and objective evidence that it is met A sense that all is well A requirement and inferred compliance A checklist and objective evidence Circumstantial evidence and a requirement Friendly auditees For each statement, write the letter that corresponds to the purpose of this comparison. (Write three answers) A. Intent B. Effectiveness C. Implementation1. Organization’s Document to Workplace Practices 2. Requirement to Organization’s Document 3. Workplace Practices to Results What two activities below describe the general activities that occur during the two stages of corrective action? (Check two answers) Evaluate the root cause and determine corrective action for a permanent fix Notify the customer of the problem Do nothing and hope the problem goes away Inspect 100% for defects Assign blame Take positive action now to prevent problem from worsening Which of the following could be examples of “Objective Evidence”? (Check all that apply) Completed Purchase Orders Meeting minutes Auditor &/or auditee opinions Training records Noncompliant product &/or practices verified during the audit Engineering change records What are two of the three directions an auditor could take when examining a process? (Check two answers) Interrogation Trace backward Documentation evaluation Trace forward Random sequence Investigative Why is it important to discuss noncompliance issues during the audit? (Check all that apply) To be sure you have facts, not inferences To ensure mutual understanding of the facts To annoy the auditee To avoid misunderstandings &/or misinterpretation of facts by the auditor To avoid running out of things to talk about To confer with a colleague (away from the auditee), regarding interpretation of the requirement &/or evidence What are three key elements of a Noncompliance (N/C) write-up? (Check three answers) Description of the noncompliance (aka encountered condition) Jargon and acronyms Verifiable objective evidence Extraneous details The requirement (aka required condition) Your solution suggestions Thank you for completing your Exam! Submit Button Time is Up!