Next provide the details of the person performing the Anti-Bribery Health Check including their name, company name, position/title, and contact details, as well as, the period for which the Anti-Bribery Health Check applies, then hit the Next button.
Add Additional Information
This screen allows users to provide further context behind the Anti-Bribery Health Check for example:
- Pre-fill from an existing assessment - the additional information can be populated from a previously created assessment (if applicable)
- General comments – for example a description of the process for maintaining / re-performing the Health Check
- Business objectives - define the business objectives in relation to the Anti-Bribery Compliance Program
- Business profile – nature, size and complexity of business (e.g. products, jurisdictions, number of employees, specific laws etc.)
- Key lines of business – key lines of business considered during the Health Check (these can also be uploaded)
- Next Anti-Bribery Health Check review date – the date when the Anti-Bribery Health Check will be repeated (e.g. annually or more frequently)
The content of this screen end up in the final Anti-Bribery Health Check Report, but is optional and can be skipped, taking the user to the Audit Checklist screen.
Create / Select Audit Checklist
When commencing new Anti-Bribery Health Checks, the reviewer can choose either the default audit checklist or they can pre-select from a previously created audit checklist or they can start one from scratch.
The audit checklist forms a key part of the document discovery page and is typically defined at the outset as part of the initial configuration activities.
Edit and Re-order the Audit Checklist
The audit checklist page can be re-ordered and saved at any point in time using the edit button.Additional audit checklist categories, sub-categories, and document descriptions can easily be added in minutes.
Invite others to upload
The audit checklist can be shared with others including existing and new users, by clicking the person icon in the main audit history page.
This creates this pop-up window which allows the email address of the person that is to be granted access to be entered along with a customised message.
Once sent, the invited user will receive an email with a link directly to the audit checklist page only (unless they are already an existing user).
Users simply select the Yes button next to the document and a green plus sign will appear which opens a browser window for the user to locate and upload the relevant document.
Once uploaded the document is stored as a link in the Anti-Bribery Health Check Platform and is available as a discoverable audit document.
Comments can also be added against the audit checklist keeping a full audit trail of the document collection process.
Users can also filter the audit checklist by documents requested but not received and can set email notification reminders to inform them of when a requested document has been uploaded.
Users can also download a full summary of the audit history checklist at any point in time.