Colour Management (inc. ISO 12647 & BPIF Scheme
BPIF Colour Quality Management Certification Scheme Gap Analysis

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The BPIF are on hand to support you in installing a colour management and workflow system that provides proven standards of optimum performance at each stage from the reception of data through to the final printed image, ensuring high quality for your customers.

Once fully implemented and working efficiently, the scheme procedures will do all of that for you. Companies who have already adopted these practices find that the savings and benefits have already more than funded the cost of implementation. The question though is how best to achieve this goal with minimum effort, cost and time. To assist members, the BPIF technical committee published the Colour Quality Management Certification Scheme Requirements.

The next step is to assess a member's current processes and capabilities against those requirements. The BPIF Technical team has developed a Gap Analysis tool that reviews a checklist to highlight any changes needed to meet the scheme's requirements and hence on certification, saving time and money. A BPIF technical specialist delivers this support through a company visit and detailed report that gives feedback on everything needed, eg in developing a colour manual.

FACTS - What is involved

The Gap Analysis will measure your company against the criteria required to gain certification:

  • Two day on- and off-site project (inc. 1/2 day seminar)
  • Analysis of current Colour workflow Report to highlight any non-conformance to Colour Standard
  • Independent support
  • Report directs company on how to achieve successful certification
  • Provides advice on any equipment or process that needs updating

 

 Benefits

As a result of the Gap Analysis, your company will benefit from:

  • Clear road map to successful
  • Certification Action plan to implement best Colour practice
  • Any non-conformance highlighted before Auditing
  • Enables company to identify cost and efficiency savings
  • Identification of avoidable waste

 

For more information please contact:
Meeka Walwyn-Lewis
Meeka Walwyn-Lewis
Specialist Services Manager
01924 203335
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