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JAS-ANZ Certification - CPG Global

Quality Management System (JAS-ANZ Accredited Certification)

Quality Management Systems – ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for the quality management of businesses. ISO 9001 is the world’s leading management systems standard applied to the processes that create and control the products and services of an organisation. CPG’s 9001 Certification integrates with a number of international management systems such as:

ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System – EMS
ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – OHSMS
ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management Systems – FSMS

Environmental Management System (JAS-ANZ Accredited certification)

Environmental Management Systems – EMS ISO 14001 standard is a structural blueprint that provides the essential framework to effectively identify and manage potential impacts to the environment

Independent verification of your organisation’s Environmental Management Systems by our qualified and experienced auditors, will ensure greater efficiencies and awareness within your business
Assures your clients and consumers that you are committed and responsible towards the environment.

Occupational Health & Safety Management System (JAS-ANZ Accredited certification)

Independent verification of your organisation’s Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems by CPG’s qualified and experienced auditors, will ensure:

Greater safety and awareness of safety within your business.
Assure your clients and consumers that all employees and contractors enjoy a safer workplace environment.
Owners of the Company, it’s Directors and Managers are able to demonstrate due diligence and are thus exposed to less risk of litigation and/or criminal prosecution in the event of serious or fatal accidents.

Food Safety Management System – FSMS (JAS-ANZ Accredited certification)

Food Safety Management Systems

CPG offers certification in accordance with Codex Alimentarius and combines a number of key Food Safety Management Systems across:

Good Manufacturing Practice
Quality Management
HACCP – Hazard Analysis of Critical Control Points
This management system is commonly used within the Food & Beverage Industries. The system identifies both specific biological, chemical and physical hazards and their preventative measures, to ensure that all food items are safe for human consumption.

Process Maturity Certification

Process maturity certification is a unique program developed by globally recommended business experts. The team behind this program has been coaching multinational corporations in multiple industry sectors on business excellence for decades. The objective of this program is to evaluate the maturity of existing core processes of a business with respect to capability to contribute towards profitability and sustained success.

Information Technology Service Management System – ITSM (JAS-ANZ Accredited certification)

CPG Information Technology Service Management System – ITSMS ISO 20000 certification program offered is;

Process driven
Service-level based
Delivered by professionals with field experience
Independent verification of your organisation’s ITSMS by our qualified and experienced auditors, will not only ensure greater quality in your IT services but also assure your clients and consumers that the agreed service levels will be maintained.

Information Security Management System – ISMS (JAS-ANZ Accredited certification)

Information Security Management System – ISMS – ISO 27001 certification ensures that there are adequate and proportionate controls to protect every type of information asset in an organisation. It specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, monitoring and improving a documented ISMS within the context of an organisation’s overall business risks. An ISMS integrates seamlessly with a Business Continuity Management System or an Information Technology Service Management System. CPG auditors have audited information security across many different industries, sectors and geographic areas and bring a significant wealth of experience to each new audit

Business Continuity Management System – BCMS

Business Continuity Management Systems Certification – BCMS ISO 22301 is a management system that provides guidelines for protecting against and reducing the likelihood of disruptive incidents and helps an organisation to prepare for and recover from such incidents.

The BCMS Certification program by CPG is:

Process driven and risk based
Delivered by professionals with field experience
Customer focused
Independent verification of your organisation’s BCMS by our qualified and experienced auditors, will not only ensure greater resilience within your business but will also assure your clients and consumers that your services will be available even if you facing a serious incident or disaster.

Human Services

The disability employment and supported employment services referred to in DES/SES Scheme are those that receive funding under the Commonwealth Disability Services Act 1986 for programs administered by the Department of Social Services (DSS). In addition, employment services for people with disability incorporate any organisations offering employment services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act 2013.

CPG offers certification services and audit disability employment and supported employment services, against the National Standards for Disability Services (2014) (NSDS) set down by the Australian Government. The National Standards for Disability Services (2014), are the applicable standards to the DES/SES Scheme. They are guided by the relevant Indicators of Practice.  These standards have been allowed for via the Disability Services Act (National Standards for Disability Services) Determination 2014, Disability Services Act 1986.

There are now 6 standards within the National Standards for Disability Services Scheme – NSDS.

Consumers will be offered information from the Client about the audit process including interviews and will be offered independent advocacy support in order to engage in the audit. Consumers shall be invited by the Client to participate in the whole audit process including opening and closing meetings. This shall be undertaken prior to any consent being obtained.

All consumers have the right to be involved in the audit process and CPG shall respect their decision and right not to be involved.  Consent is required of the Consumer to be a part of the interview process and for the auditor/s to access their information, written consent is preferred. Where written consent is not obtained, CPG shall record in the Client audit report the reason for this, and evidence supporting the assumption that consent was sought and has been obtained. CPG will ensure that consumers’ confidentiality and privacy is respected in all aspects of the audit including sampling information, consent, interviews and consumer records.

Client shall ensure that consumer have access to appropriate independent advocacy services and support to be involved in the audit process.

The advocacy agencies are those funded under the Commonwealth Disability Services Act 1986 (DSA), for the National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP), administered by the Department of Social Services (DSS) and accordingly required to comply with the Disability Services Act (National Standards for Disability Services) Determination 2014.

This CPG offers certification services and audit advocacy agencies funded by the Australian Government, against the National Standards for Disability Services (2014) (NSDS) set down by the Australian Government. The National Standards for Disability Services (2014), are the applicable standards to the National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP). They are guided by the relevant Indicators of Practice.  These standards have been allowed for via the Disability Services Act (National Standards for Disability Services) Determination 2014, Disability Services Act 1986.

 

There are now 6 standards within the National Standards for Disability Services Scheme – NSDS.

Consumers will be offered information from the Client about the audit process including interviews and will be offered independent advocacy support in order to engage in the audit. Consumers shall be invited by the Client to participate in the whole audit process including opening and closing meetings. This shall be undertaken prior to any consent being obtained.

 

All consumers have the right to be involved in the audit process and CPG shall respect their decision and right not to be involved.  Consent is required of the Consumer to be a part of the interview process and for the auditor/s to access their information, written consent is preferred. Where written consent is not obtained, CPG shall record in the Client audit report the reason for this, and evidence supporting the assumption that consent was sought and has been obtained. CPG will ensure that consumers’ confidentiality and privacy is respected in all aspects of the audit including sampling information, consent, interviews and consumer records.

Client shall ensure that consumer have access to appropriate independent advocacy services and support to be involved in the audit process.

NDIS Commission

The NDIS represents a fundamental change to the way people with disability are supported in their everyday lives. This change requires the right systems and protections to be in place to oversee NDIS services and supports.

The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS Commission) is an independent regulator body that has been established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services. This framework is designed to promote high quality supports and safe environments for all NDIS participants.

NDIS Quality and Safeguards (NDIS Commission) began operating in:

  • 1 July 2018 New South Wales (NSW) and South Australia (SA)
  • 1 July 2019 Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Victoria (VIC), Tasmania (TAS), Northern Territory (NT), Queensland (QLD)
  • 1 July 2020 Western Australia (WA)

Until the NDIS Commission begins operating in WA, current state quality and safeguards requirements will continue to apply for providers providing services in WA.

NDIS Practice Standards

The NDIS Practice Standards create an important benchmark for providers to assess their performance, and to demonstrate how they provide high quality and safe supports and services to NDIS participants. Together with the NDIS Code of Conduct, the NDIS Practice Standards will assist NDIS participants to be aware of what quality service provision they should expect from NDIS providers. The outcomes of the NDIS Practice Standards are included within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Provider Registration and Practice Standards) Rules 2018. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (Quality Indicators) Guidelines 2018 list the outcomes of the NDIS Practice Standards and the associated quality indicators NDIS providers can use to demonstrate conformity with the outcomes. The NDIS Practice Standards consist of a core module and several supplementary modules that apply according to the types of supports and services NDIS providers deliver, and the corporate structure of the organisation.

The Core module covers:

  • rights and responsibility for participants
  • governance and operational management
  • the provision of supports, and
  • the support provision environment

The supplementary modules cover:

  • High intensity daily personal activities
  • Specialist behaviour support
  • Implementing behaviour support plans
  • Early childhood supports
  • Specialised support co-ordination, and
  • Specialist disability accommodation.
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