Things have moved on so much since then. BS5750 and it's ISO version came and went, and the standard which came in to replace them in 2000 (ISO9001:2000) moved us to a fundamentally different approach. One where we looked at processes. One where we considered inputs and outputs, resources and controls and their impact on the process. One where we looked to see how processes worked together and how a systematic approach to management could help businesses improve. Audit became a tool for improvement where the focus was identifying compliance and opportunities for improvement.
Such a huge shift, and one which I welcome and applaud. If you still think audit is about compliance and raising nonconformances get in touch and let us show you a better and brighter approach.