A double-edged sword as communication of in-betweeny changes has been ropey to non-existent in the past (Haggis, anyone..?!), and is a sticking plaster solution to a problem that wouldn’t be necessary if proper quality control was carried out at source instead of in the field. This will just lead to confusion and frustration as it is unreasonable to have to keep checking on a weekly/daily/hourly basis in case something has changed.
The SQA is not to be congratulated for implementing solutions to problems they were responsible for in the first place.
Sorry to sound so negative, but this seems to be the way of things these days – start off doing something really badly, then do it less badly and self-congratulate for the ‘improvement’ while overall standards have fallen.