What happens when an operation fails their CanadaGAP audit and has autofails and/or corrective actions to complete?
The operation needs to complete corrective actions in order to obtain certification. They will need to get a copy of the Corrective Actions Report. This document will be used to record the corrective action(s) taken to remedy a failed audit (i.e., a score below 85 percent or autofail). Specifically, the operation describes their corrective actions in the report by completing columns 2, 3 and 4. The operation provides supporting evidence and indicates the date of implementation. The auditor will review the corrective actions and supporting evidence, and complete the information in the remaining columns. The final adjustedscore table will then be completed and the report will be sent to the certification body for review. Determinations on acceptable corrective actions and certification will be made by the certification body.