The HCV Network’s Assessor Licensing Scheme (ALS) has a Complaints Procedure and can conduct Internal Investigations to address potential non-compliances by ALS participants. The Secretariat can provide a summary of disputes and investigations upon request.
The ALS Complaints Procedure is available here.
|Number||Date received||Complainant||Subject of |
|Details of Complaint||Result|
|ALS-CO-2016-001||27 April 2016||Mr. Resit Sozer||ALS Quality Panel||Unprofessional QP review of 3 HCV assessment reports by Pupung F. Nurwatha||Invalid|
|ALS-CO-2017-001||14 June 2017||Ms. Audrey Versteegen||Nyoto Santoso||The organisations (Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), Greenpeace, Aidenvironment, and Yayasan Inisiasi Alam Rehabilitasi Indonesia.) challenge ALS licensed assessor Nyoto Santoso’s provisional licence.||Invalid|
|ALS-CO-2018-001||5 February 2018||Mr. Odjat Sujatnika||HCVRN Management Committee||Aidenvironment is criticising Aksenta and therewith the HCVRN-Assessor Licensing Scheme.||Invalid|
|ALS-CO-2020-001||1 October 2020||Mr. László Máthé||HCVRN ALS||The overall scheme or its implementation.||Valid |
Resolved on 20 Dec 20
|ALS-CO-2021-001 and 002||3 April 2021||Mr. Jules Crawshaw||HCVRN ALS||The overall scheme or its implementation.||Valid – Resolved on 8 June 21|
Internal investigations allow the HCV Network Management Committee (MC) to address potential non-compliances by ALS participants. More information is available here.
|Number||Subject of investigation||Issue|
|ALS-II-2017-001||Mr. Nyoto Santoso||Management Committee review of assessor compliance with ALS Terms & Conditions.|