Internal Audit is an independent supporting organ of the Board of Directors. The Internal Audit also assists the Board of Directors to ensure the company’s internal control functions run well.
THE GUIDELINES OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT
The objectives, authorities, and responsibilities of the Internal Audit have been set out in the Internal Audit Charter. The charter sets the position of the Internal Audit in the company, grants the access to documents, personnel, and property related to the implementation of audit assignments, and confirms the scope of audit work.
THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF INTERNAL AUDIT
The following are the duties and the responsibilities of the Internal Audit:
- Manage and develop strategic policies related to the internal compliance, corporate audits, quality assurance, and risk management as well as prepare the Key Risk Indicators and manage the Key Performance Indicators (KPI);
- Make policies on the special and routine inspection programs working plan on a regular basis;
- Make strategic policies in managing quality system and risk management policy programs and conduct risk analysis and risk mitigation;
- Build awareness and a risk culture as well as a good risk management in the company environment;
- Coordinate, implement, monitor, and evaluate risk management policies and strategies within the company on a regular basis with the latest developments in risk management methodologies, techniques, and governance;
- Evaluate on a monthly basis towards the achievement of the company’s performance targets and coordinate the necessary corrective actions;