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The continual expansion of the RSPO, in membership, activities, enhancing our global certification standards and other important issues requires an increasing degree of distributed management for it to keep pace. RSPO endeavours to achieve this is through an efficient and robust operating structure which consists of the RSPO Board of Governors (BoG), Standing Committees, Working Groups, Subgroups and Task Forces. The Standard Standing Committee (SSC), being one of four RSPO Standing Committees established on a permanent basis, to analyse issues within its area of jurisdiction and make recommendations to the BoG.
The objectives of the SSC are to provide the direction and to contribute to RSPO’s standard settings, via a Terms of Reference (ToR) and work programmes of the RSPO Secretariat. It includes, but not limited to, the development and/or revision of normative and relevant guidance documents.
In brief, the SSC is responsible for the following outputs:
We would like to invite all interested stakeholders representing RSPO’s membership sectors to join and fill the vacant seats within the SSC as follows:
Processor and Trader
Consumer Goods Manufacturer
The ToR for the Standard Standing Committee is provided at https://rspo.org/library/lib_files/preview/1237
The call for participation and/or nomination will close on 15 October 2020, 5.00 pm (MYT/UTC +8).