An NLCSA Safety Advisor will review your audit instrument and supporting documentation. Based on the information provided, any corrective actions will be noted and you will have 30 days to provide the requested information indicating that you had addressed the noted deficiencies. Once all issues have been satisfactorily addressed, a new letter of Good Standing (LoGs) is issued to your anniversary date (i.e., the date that corresponds with the last completed External Audit). If this is an External Audit year for your company, once your Internal Audit is reviewed, you will be given a list of corrective actions to be addressed prior to your External Audit, usually scheduled within 60 days. In that case you would not be required to submit information on the corrective actions, as those issues would be verified during the External Audit process.