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This is not so much of a legal question because such audits are not governed by law and there is nothing in law that says what must happen or you must do. It is an internal policy issue which will depend on the rules of audits as per your employer's own policies. So as it is unlikely I can help with details of the audit, what you must do etc do you have any other legal-related questions about this?
Thank you. Yes they can potentially refuse your request to see it because you will only have the legal right to see it (or at least parts of it relating to you), if it amounts to personal data under data protection. For this there has to be identifiable date from which you can be identified as an individual. If there was no such data and it was a general audit covering all sorts of other aspects, such as technical or others, which do not personally identify you, then this would not be data protection information and there won’t be a legal right to demand to see it, even if there was no such policy. Does this clarify?
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