To shed a descriptive light on the functioning of an ideal BSDQ-22™ Implementation/Certification, continue reading below:
It starts with a RFI-based organization study by BAP to draft the Audit Activities Program (AAP).
The second step follows the BSDQ-22™ Launch Seminar which includes BAP Team Leaders and the top brass of the client company to exchange views regarding the Audit Activities Program and the potential for logistics in various activities.
The BSDQ-22™ Certification Preparation Document (BPCD) is concluded. This will act as the Principle Guideline for the customers’ BSDQ-22™ Project Team (BPT).
This includes studying the Enterprise, as part of the BSDQ-22™ Status Audit (BSA) to compose the practices in use currently and evaluating whether the same is compliant with BCI-SDM™ Standards or not.
GAP Analysis is carried out by BAP & the findings of the research are thereon submitted to the clientele for introspection with respect to the implementation (this comprises of BSDQ-22™ Gap Modulus – i.e. the measure of deviation from BCI-SDM™ Standards)
BAP takes control with its intervention during the course of system re-structuring in order to make sure that the BCI-SDM™ Standards guidelines are being implemented to the word.
Client then gets to the task of implementing improvement in the company processes, adhering to the Gap Report previously postulated in step 5.
BIAP undertakes a full-fledged pre-certification systems check, so it can measure the degree to which the company is compliant to the BCI-SDM™ Standards.
Once the survey is complete, the results are assessed and the decision, whether to award the BSDQ-22™ or otherwise, is reached.
The final judgement is communicated either through an award or if required, the organization is advised to improve further.