To redesign the procedure by making it more agile, effective, outcome and risk oriented, to ultimately facilitate the streamlining of the normative framework.
Emily McGregor - Regal Springs, UK
Erica Fonseca - Cooperative Program on Forest Certifications / IPEF, Brazil
Richard Donovan - Independent, USA
Roman Polyachenko - Sustainable Biomass Program, Estonia
A summary of steps taken and process to date.
The consultation is open from 22 October 2021 until 7 January 2022.
This revision is to produce a more efficient and effective procedure, which streamlines the FSC normative framework and in turn contributes to strengthening the FSC system.
Find the consultation summary document and questions here.
Find the first revised draft of FSC-PRO-01-001 V4-0 D1-0 here.
Participate in the public consultation here.
FSC has organized this meeting to present an overview of the main changes proposed in the first revised draft procedure and to explain how they connect to input provided by the Trialogue CB Steering Group.
The implementation of the AAF is separately discussed as part of the same meeting.
CBs are cordially invited to provide feedback on the main changes prior to the start of the public consultation.
Register for the AM (East) session 9:00 – 10:30 CEST (time zone Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna)
Register for the PM (West) session 16:00 – 17:30 CEST (time zone Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna)
This White Paper’s purpose is to inform FSC membership about:
FSC’s intentions and ongoing efforts to streamline the FSC Normative Framework,
Why FSC’s procedure FSC-PRO-01-001 V3-1 The Development and Revision of FSC Normative Documents needs to be streamlined, and
How these two initiatives are linked and what can be expected from these processes.
The white paper will be shared as a background document in the first public consultation of the draft version of the revised FSC-PRO-01-001.
Registration to participate in the consultative forum is now open. A consultative forum is a registered group of stakeholders, including members, Certificate Holders, Certification Bodies and others, interested in being informed about the progress of the revision process and in providing input into the process outside of public consultations. The consultative forum is not a decision-making body and has no formal responsibilities.
You are cordially invited to join the consultative forum for the revision of this procedure. To register, please click here.
Call for applications to join the Technical Working Group was sent with the following material:
Candidates are invited to complete their application and send it with their CV to Dorothee Jung-Wilhelm, Programme Manager (System Performance), at email@example.com by 7 January 2021.