It is an Assurance certificate issued for the quality procedures and process followed in CSR projects. Assurance is provided for 4 different functions of the CSR projects – Governance, (Stakeholder) engagement, Financial prudence and Impact.
Guidance provided in ISO 26000, The companies Act 2013 and NGRBC
Bluesky Certificate is specific to The Companies Act 2013 . While it borrows guidances and requirements from international and national standards, it is focussed on the Indian legal requirements
A compulsory pre-inspection discussion with the Bluesky Technical team is arranged to understand the eligibility criterion. This discussion also determines the mandaysrequirement of the audit.
Bluesky certificates for individual CSR Projects or a group of CSR Projects, can be shared with different stakeholders- CSR boards, Community representatives, Investors, annual reports, publication. It is useful also enhance the credibility of the Corporate and contribute to its recognition for awards and other felicitations.
No, the Bluesky certificate issued is for individual CSR projects supported by the corporate or being implemented by the NGO.
Yes- the Bluesky certificate can be used to assure the social and governance risk of the corporate.
No, Bluesky Certificates can be issued to implementing agencies and Ngos as quality procedures followed in the CSR projects is what is being assured.
Yes, Bluesky Certificate is issued separately for each project.