The Supply Chain Certification Task Force (SCCS TF) was established in April 2019 with the aim to review, integrate, and update the RSPO Supply Chain Certification Standard (SCCS) documents, including SCC in the Principles and Criteria (P&C) 2018. The Task Force has also evaluated the current practices and procedures related to SCC and made recommendations on changes to facilitate its implementation in palm oil supply chains. 

Subsequently, the revised draft of the RSPO SCCS is now open for public consultation. This is your opportunity to provide feedback on the SCC requirements for organisations as well as that within the P&C 2018. 

The public consultation will last for 60 days from 5 July 2019 to 4 September 2019

Please download the revised draft of the SCCS and the SCC requirements in the Principles and Criteria (P&C) 2018 down below. Subsequently, please answer the individual questions in the survey here

A face-to-face consultation workshop will also be organised in The Netherlands (20th of August in Zoetermeer. Registration required via [email protected]). Additional workshops will be held in Asia on 27 August in Kuala Lumpur and 29 August in Jakarta . We will make an announcement about these upcoming events soon with additional information including venue details.

In addition, webinars will be organised on 15th of August (in Spanish) from 10:00 am to 11:30 am, UTC- 5 Bogota, Quito, Lima (registration is required via this link, for further information please contact [email protected]); and on the 22nd of August (in English) from 9:30 am to 10:30 am CEST (registration is required via this link, for further information please contact [email protected]).

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Whether you’re an individual or an organisation, you can help make sustainable palm oil the norm.

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