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TNV encourage to adopt and implement latest available standards ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015, hence no application shall be accepted after 01st Jan. 2017 for ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 14001-2004 standard, earlier this date was 01st Sept. 2017. Existing client may continue using their certification status till the validity of the standards i.e. 15th Sept. 2018

TNV's is not anymore Accredited by JAS-ANZ (Joint Accreditation System of Australia & New Zeland) for QMS, EMS, OHSAS and FSMS with effect from 30th January 2017. Accordingly all Accredited certificate issued by TNV for QMS, EMS, OHSAS and FSMS with JAS-ANZ logo is recalled as use of logo of JAS-ANZ with the name of TNV is unauthorised and not fair and all such certificate have been removed from JAS-ANZ portal by 30th April 2017. TNV advise our client to contact us for surrender of certificate. if clietn dont want to continue with TNV, they may choose any Certifictaion body of its choice.

TNV is certified by Exemplar Global for Lead Auditor Course of ISO 9001

TNV Have aproval for location Nepal, Kuwait, Bangladesh and United State of America as a additional location in Financial year 2013-14, Further TNV have started in Taiwan, Qatar, Maldives, Egypt, Vietnam, South Africa and Brazil.. Board of the Director have considered aspects for the overseas operation and expanding to many countires; we invite inquiries for Business Association or franchises for ISO Certification Services. 

TNV's Accreditation of JAS-ANZ (Joint Accreditation System of Australia & New Zeland) for QMS, EMS, OHSAS and FSMS is revked by 30th January 2017. Accordingly all Accredited certificate issued by TNV for QMS, EMS, OHSAS and FSMS shall stand cancelled and all the certificate shall be removed from JAS-ANZ portal by 30th April 2017. If client is looking from JAS-ANZ accredited certificate, client may please take transfer of the certificate on time to any JAS-ANZ accredited CAB or any other Certification body of thier choice.

Managing Director, TNV Mr. Pragyesh Singh Visited South Africa our Marketing office at Cape Town

Managing Director, TNV Mr. Pragyesh Singh is visiting Indonesia for signing contract for starting operation there.

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TNV's Lead Auditor Training Program for ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 22000, ISO 27001, ISO 13485, ISO 28000, ISO/TS 16949 planned in August 2015, September 2015, October 2015, November 2015, and December 2015. Exemplar Global certified Course

Managing Director, TNV Mr. Pragyesh Singh Visiting Egypt, UAE and Taiwan for Annual Review of Overseas office in June.

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The impetus for the development of ISO 45001 came from the British Standards Institute (BSI), which proposed to ISO in 2013 that OHSAS 18001 be considered as the basis for an international standard. ISO agreed and established a committee to oversee its development. As the proposers, BSI took on the role of Secretariat to the new committee (ISO PC 283). The first meeting of ISO PC 283 took place in London in October 2013, where key decisions were made, for example, that the standard would contain the requirements and include interpretative guidance as an annex. The WG was established and further divided into Task Groups (TGs) to separate the workload into manageable sections, so that each TG could focus on one or more clauses of the draft standard

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With effect from 30th Jan 2017, JAS-ANZ Accreditation have been revoked as TNV could not inform JAS-ANZ withdral informaiton of the DAC. an  appleal in this respect is pending with JAS-ANZ, TNV have not recieved any communication in respect of appeal submitted against cancellation  of the accreditaiton of the TNV. Informaiton of the same have been filed to IAF in this reference to ensure execution of the appeal submitted.

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CMMi Level 2

 CMMi Level 2 Certification in India:

Maturity Levels: CMMI for Services: The Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a development model created after study of data collected from organizations that contracted with the U.S. Department of Defense, who funded the research. The term "maturity" relates to the degree of formality and optimization of processes, from ad hoc practices, to formally defined steps, to managed result metrics, to active optimization of the processes.

The CMMI model involves mainly five aspects:

Maturity Levels: a 2-level process maturity range; where the highest (5th) level is a theoretical idyllic situation where processes would be systematically managed by a combination of process optimization and continual process improvement.

Main Process Areas: a Key Process Area identifies a cluster of related activities that, when performed together, achieve a set of goals considered important.

Objectives: the objectives of a key process area abridged the states that must exist for that important process area to have been implemented in an effective and durable way. The extent to which the goals/objectives have been accomplished is an indicator of how much capability the organization has established at that maturity level. The goals signify the scope, boundaries, and intent of each key process area.

Common Structures: common features include practices that implement and institutionalize a key process area (KPA). There are five types of common features:

1.     Commitment to perform,

2.     Ability to perform

3.     Activities performed

4.     Measurement and analysis, and

5.     Verifying implementation.

Benefit of Adopting CMMI Principals: There are numerous benefits of implementing CMMI in an IT / Software Development Organization, some of these benefits are listed below:

1.     Principles for maintaining Quality in projects starts in the mind of the subordinate programmers to the senior programmers and project managers.

2.     Centralized QMS for implementation in projects to ensure uniformity in the documentation which means less learning cycle for new resources, improved management of project status.

3.     Integration of Software Engineering Best Practices in the Organizations as described in CMMI Model.

4.     Market Demand

5.     Performance Demand

6.     Process Improvement

7.     Cost saving in terms of lesser effort due to less defects and less rework

8.     This also results in increased Productivity

9.     On-Time Deliveries

10.  Increased Customer Satisfaction

11.  Consistency

12.  Overall increased Return on Investment

13.  Decreased Costs

14.  Improved Productivity (Self Improvement)

15.  Provides detailed coverage of the product life cycles.

16.  Promotes collaboration between systems engineering and software engineering and shifts the focus to the end product and its associated processes.

17.  It is both staged and continuous approaches to process improvement.

Quality Benefit of CMMI Adoption:

1.     Used Measurement & Analysis to improve 11 percent increase in productivity.

2.     Reduced software defects per million delivered SLOC (Source Lines of Codes) by  50 percent compared to defects prior to CMMI.

3.     44 percent defect reduction following causal analysis cycle at maturity level 2.

4.     Increased the achievement of percentage of milestones from approximately 50% to approximately 95% percentage.

5.     Increased number of releases per year.

Disadvantages of CMMI:

1.     CMMI-DEV is may not be suitable for every organization.

2.     It may add overhead in terms of documentation.

3.     May require additional resources and knowledge required in smaller organizations to initiate CMMI-based process improvement.

4.     May require a considerable amount of time and effort for implementation.

5.     Require a major shift in organizational culture and attitude.

Key Practices: The key practices describe the elements of infrastructure and practice that contribute most effectively to the implementation and institutionalization of the area.

The process areas below and their maturity levels are listed for the CMMI for Services model:

Maturity Level 2 - Managed

  • CM - Configuration Management
  • MA - Measurement and Analysis
  • PPQA - Process and Product Quality Assurance
  • REQM - Requirements Management
  • SAM - Supplier Agreement Management
  • SD - Service Delivery
  • WMC - Work Monitoring and Control
  • WP - Work Planning

Maturity Level 3 - Defined

  • CAM - Capacity and Availability Management
  • DAR - Decision Analysis and Resolution
  • IRP - Incident Resolution and Prevention
  • IWM - Integrated Work Management
  • OPD - Organizational Process Definition
  • OPF - Organizational Process Focus
  • OT - Organizational Training
  • RSKM - Risk Management
  • SCON - Service Continuity
  • SSD - Service System Development
  • SST - Service System Transition
  • STSM - Strategic Service Management

Maturity Level 4 - Quantitatively Managed

  • OPP - Organizational Process Performance
  • QPM - Quantitative Project Management

Maturity Level 5 - Optimizing

  • CAR - Causal Analysis and Resolution
  • OPM - Organizational Performance Management

Levels:

There are five levels defined along the continuum of the model and, according to the SEI: "Predictability, effectiveness, and control of an organization's software processes are believed to improve as the organization moves up these five levels. While not rigorous, the empirical evidence to date supports this belief"..

Initial (chaotic, ad hoc, individual heroics) - the starting point for use of a new or undocumented repeat process.

Repeatable - the process is at least documented sufficiently such that repeating the same steps may be attempted.

Defined - the process is defined/confirmed as a standard business processes.

Managed - the process is quantitatively managed in accordance with agreed-upon metrics.

Optimizing - process management includes deliberate process optimization/improvement.

Within each of these maturity levels are Key Process Areas which characterise that level, and for each such area there are five factors: goals, commitment, ability, measurement, and verification. These are not necessarily unique to CMM, representing — as they do — the stages that organizations must go through on the way to becoming mature.

The model provides a theoretical continuum along which process maturity can be developed incrementally from one level to the next. Skipping levels is not allowed/feasible.

CMMI Level 1 – Initial: It is distinctive of processes at this level that processes are typically undocumented and in a state of lively change, tending to be driven in an ad hoc basis (Need based process), uncontrolled and reactive manner by users or events / requirements. This provides a confused or wobbly environment for the processes. This state can even be identified by the organisation via internal audit itself. There is no need for third party audit for the Level 1. Even not having certification is better option than acquiring CMMI Level 1.

CMMI Level 2 – Repeatable: It is characteristic of processes at this level that some processes are repeatable, possibly with consistent results. Process discipline is unlikely to be rigorous, but where it exists it may help to ensure that existing processes are maintained during times of stress. Organisation may perform its task in efficient manner, but it reflect that organisation may not handle the different task simultaneously. Such organisation may requires time to establish the system in the organisation to handle new task.

CMMI Level 3 – Defined: It is characteristic of processes at this level that there are sets of defined and documented standard processes established and subject to some degree of improvement over time. These standard processes are in place (AS-IS processes) and used to establish steadiness of method/process performance across the organization.

CMMI Level 4 – Managed: It is characteristic of processes at this level that, using process metrics, management can effectively control the AS-IS process (e.g., for software development). In particular, management can identify ways to adjust and adapt the process to particular projects without measurable losses of quality or deviations from specifications. Process Capability is established from this level.

CMMI Level 5 – Optimizing: It is a characteristic of processes at this level that the focus is on continually improving process performance through both incremental and innovative technological changes/improvements.

At maturity level 5, processes are concerned with addressing statistical common causes of process variation and changing the process (for example, to shift the mean of the process performance) to improve process performance. This would be done at the same time as maintaining the likelihood of achieving the established quantitative process-improvement objectives.

Type

Description

Policy

Describes the policy matters and KPA (key process area) objectives recommended by the Key Process Areas.

Standard

Describes the recommended matters of select work products described in the Key Process Areas (KPA).

Process

Describes the process information content recommended by the Key Process Areas (KPA). These are refined into checklists/questioners for: Roles & Responsibility, entry criteria, inputs, activities, outputs, exit criteria, reviews and audits, work products managed and controlled, measurements, documented procedures, training, and tools..

Procedure

Describes the recommended content of documented procedures described in the Key Process Areas.

Level overview

Provides an overview of an entire maturity level. These are further refined into checklists for, Key Process Areas (KPA) purposes, objectives, policies, and standards; process descriptions; procedures; reviews and audits; work products; measurements, training; tools;