FSC Chain of Custody Foundation Course
This course is relevant to those who are involved in planning, implementation and improvement of the FSC CoC system in their organization.
Aug 28, 2019, 08:30
Aug 29, 2019, 17:30
Forestry Products Manager for Certification and Business Enhancement
Fourry has a Bachelors degree in Forestry. She has been FSC COC Lead Auditor since 2009 and signed off as FSC COC Lead Auditor Trainer since 2014. A very vast experience in FSC COC audits at more than 100 organizations. Some of organizations include primary wood industries (sawmilling, woodworking and plywood manufacturing companies), secondary wood industries (furniture, flooring), pulp and paper mills, paper converting and printing companies, trading companies and also textile industry (manufacturing of yarn).
By the end of this course, you will have a clear understanding of the:
1. CoC Systems and Normative Documents
2. FSC CoC Standard: Scope and General Information
3. FSC CoC Standard, Part I: Universal Requirements
4. FSC CoC Standard, Part II: Control of CoC Claims
5. FSC CoC Standard, Part III: Supplementary Requirements
6. FSC CoC Standard, Part IV: Eligibility Criteria
Session 1 - CoC Systems and Normative Documents
- FSC STD 40-004 Chain of Custody
- FSC STD 40-005 Controlled Wood
- FSC STD 30-010 FM Controlled Wood)
- FSC STD 40-007 Recycled Material
- FSC STD-40-003 Multisite
Session 2 - FSC CoC Standard: Scope and General Information
Session 3 - FSC CoC Standard, Part I: Universal Requirements
- CoC management system
- Material sourcing
- Material handling
- FSC product records
- Timber legality
Session 4 - FSC CoC Standard, Part II: Control of CoC Claims
- Product groups
- Control systems
- Transfer system
- Percentage system
- Credit system
Session 5 - FSC CoC Standard, Part III: Supplementary Requirements
- Labelling requirements
Session 6 - CFSC CoC Standard, Part IV: Eligibility Criteria
- Single certificate
- Multi-site certificate
- Group certificate
This course is relevant to those who are involved in planning, implementation and improvement of the FSC CoC system in their organization. Organizations can come from any point in the supply chain, including harvesters, processors, manufacturers, distributors, printers, or anyone that is taking ownership of the forest product before the end user.
Note: SGS shall provide only generic information and advice which are freely available in the public domain.
SGS will not provide company-specific advice towards any development and implementation of managements systems for eventual certification, which contravenes requirements of the IAF Guidance (i.e. provision of consultancy services).