RSPO has developed an updated draft Supply Chain Certification Standard document to reflect and align with the current developments on Book and Claim and revisions of different documents, following best practise as outlined by ISEAL Alliance. This document has undergone a consultation within the Trade and Traceability (T&T) Standing Committee. RSPO is now presenting this draft document for an additional extraordinary public consultation to seek further input.

​The RSPO Supply Chain Certification Standard: Version 2, November 2016 sets out the requirements and procedures that shall be followed by organisations seeking or holding supply chain certification.

This extraordinary public consultation period will last 30 days, from the 22nd of March 2017 until including 20th of April 2017. Only comments submitted using the template below will be accepted.

 Guidance on providing comments:

  • RSPO Supply Chain Certification Standard: Version 2, November 2016 – Please refer to this document when providing comments.
  • Template structure: For each section of the report, the comments’ template allows you to provide: (1) General comments – overall comments about the section in terms of structure, content, etc.; and (2) Specific comments – more detailed and technical comments related to specific sub-sections. 
  • Please follow the template structure when providing comments – as it is important to attribute the comments to specific sections and sub-sections.  


​Please send your comments’ template to the following address by end of day on : [email protected]

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