FAQ On-Site Check

Do I have to pay for the On-Site Check?

Scania covers the cost of the On-Site Check.

What is a Corrective Action Plan (CAP)?

After an On-Site Check, any non-conformity will be documented in a Corrective Action Plan (CAP). This is discussed between the auditor and the auditee and, eventually, signed. With your signature, you accept the stated gaps and measures and agree that the report will be shared with us.

How does the result of the On-Site Check affect my S-rating?

The On-Site Check is about inspecting the practical implementation of the information you have provided in the SAQ. It is intended to help you identify gaps that negatively impact the S-Rating and to show you actions that you can take to remedy these gaps. The On-Site Check is a supplement to the SAQ but does not release you from your obligation to continuously improve the SAQ.

How do I receive the audit report?

The report is sent to you by the auditing company after the On-Site Check.

What can I do if I do not agree with the result of the On-Site Check?

Please state your position clearly and immediately in the final discussion with the auditor. If any discrepancies between the signed CAP and the final report occur, please contact the auditing company and the contact at Volkswagen AG or the relevant brands.

How long is the On-Site Check valid?

In general, the On-Site Check is valid for five years.