BANDUNG, unpas.ac.id – As a form of continuous evaluation and management’s commitment in implementing the system of quality management, Universitas Pasundan underwent the Audit Surveillance 4 ISO 9001:2012 which going to be held for 2 days, on Friday, 16 September 2021 and Monday, 20 September 2021 online.
This time, the Department of Biology Education (FKIP), Law Studies (FH) and State Administration (FISIP) become ones that will be audited. Before undergoing audit surveillance, Unpas has already undergone the Audit of Internal Quality and Meeting of Management Observation (Rapat Tinjauan Manajemen, RTM) which involved Internal Surveillance Unit (Satuan Pengawasan Internal, SPI) and Internal Quality Assurance Unit (Satuan Penjaminan Mutu Internal, SPMI).
Audit Surveillance is an observation required to do by the independent certification institution towards the ISO-certified institution. Audit aims to determine whether the department-in-question is still entitled to ISO certificate or not.
The series of the program started by the meeting opened by Vice Rector I Prof. Dr. H. Jaja Suteja, SE., M.SI., attended by Vice Rector II Dr. Ir. Yudi Garnida, M.P., Vice Rector III Dr. H. Deden Ramdan, M.Si., Dean of FKIP, FH, and FISIP, ISO Team, as well as Auditor Ihsan Maskuri and Mochamad Iqbal of Indonesia Llyod’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).
“Audit Surveillance 4 ISO 9001:2015 is a follow-up program of what we have agreed on previous assessment. We also have held an internal audit which gave result of what have been conveyed by SPI and SPMI, as one of the requirements,” he explained.
The agenda consisted of brief introduction from the audit team, explanation of assessment and approval standards, method/focus o the assessment, assessment result, assessment summary and recommendation, audit plan, guidelines of before/during/after the assessment, as well as explanation of information security, data protection and audit confidentiality.
Aspects that become the focus of audit include the compliance with the ISO 9001:2015 standard and its requirement, a risk-based assessment approach, and identification of problems/findings that need improvement.
The program continued to each department to discuss the management and learning process, faculty administration, libraries, and laboratories. On Monday, 20 September 2021, the audit will submit the results of the audit at the closing meeting, after the audit from Pasundan Foundation of Higher Education (YPT Pasundan). (Reta)*