Printing Standards Audit (PSA) is a rigorous, objective process for assessing a printer’s ability to operate a standards compliant workflow. Such workflows are fundamental to creating efficient print supply chains, especially as printers adopt new technologies and supply chains become more international in character. By attaining PSA Certification, printers can objectively demonstrate that they have mastered the use of standards in the workflows they operate.
Recent PSA-related presentations, reports and other documents are available for download below.
Introduction to PSA:
- PSA_FAQ: Helpful basic information about the Printing Standards Audit process.
- PSA Roadmaps and Value Proposition: A detailed roadmap of the PSA Certification process and PSA Consultant criteria.
- Adopting International Printing Standards and Certification by Bob Chung: An overview of the why and how of PSA.
Connecting the Dots by Bob Chung, RIT: A brief introduction to managing changing requirements in the printing industry.
- Presentation Proof Print by Bob Chung, RIT: Reviews the challenge of matching proofs and prints under the influence of OBA.
- Printing Certification and PSA by Bob Chung, RIT: Presentation describing: 1) how to meet customer requirements by use of printing standardization; 2) understand the importance of printing standardization; and 3) the difference between PSA, PSO, and G7 in terms of requirements.
- RIT Names APTEC as Exclusive Partner in Greater China to Promote Printing Standards Certification
- RIT Awards First PSA Certification to a Hong Kong Corporation — Hung Hing Printing (China) Company Ltd.
- OBA, Printed Colors, and PSA Certification
- RIT Certifications School of Media Sciences (SMS) Research Addresses Key Graphic Arts Problems
PSA Certified Companies: