Indonesia FPIC Task Force

Indonesia National Interpretation Task Force (INA NI TF) was established to develop a clear guidance as annexes to INA NI to ensure Indonesia growers and millers can comply with P&C requirements and effectively operate and get certified.

The Indonesia FPIC Task Force (INA FPIC TF) was formed with the aim to develop and publish practical guidance(s) to all palm oil producers, and other stakeholders on how to implement the FPIC process within Indonesia and to ensure that the guide is in line with the country’s law and regulations. The guidance will also provide guidelines to companies to conduct and evaluation and/or reconsider their past FPIC practices and understand if there is (any) gaps between their current practices, their significance and impacts.

The guideline will also help the relevant stakeholders understand and document conflicts between past and current FPIC guidelines, and accepted industry practices in Indonesia.

Task Force Members

Emil Ola Kleden (Co-chair)
Deddy Kristanto
Fransiscus Didik
Hendi Hidayat (Co-Chair)
Fadly Jufri
Feybe Lumuru (Facilitator)
Agustinus Karlo LR
Putra Agung
Yunita Sidauruk
Rukaiyah Rafik
Jamartin Sihite
Cahyo Nugroho
Triyanto Fitriadi
Jalal Sayuti

RSPO Secretariat

Salahudin Yaacob
Technical Director
Djaka Riksanto
Technical Manager

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