Monday, 31 May 2021
How to comply with the new FSC social requirements and Modern Slavery Act
Training in the incorporation of the ILO core labour requirements into the FSC chain of custody standard & the changes to the FSC MIX label
About this event
What will you learn?
- What the new social requirements in the new version of the FSC Chain of Custody Standard (FSC-STD-40-004 V3-1) are and what they mean for your business
- How you can implement the changes into your chain of custody system quickly and easily
- How your FSC chain of custody certification can help you meet the requirements of the Modern Slavery and Illegal Logging legislation
- How you can implement the changes to the FSC MIX label
- How you can inform your customers of the features of an independently audited supply chain and create value
- Get discounted access to easy-to-implement templates and tools to update your company's chain of custody system
Meet the experts
Nick Capobianco, SCS Global Services Regional Affiliate, Oceania . Nick is one of Australia's most experienced chain of custody auditors and has been auditing to FSC's standards for close to 15 years.
Natalie Reynolds, Managing Director at Hikari Solutions, former CEO of FSC ANZ and former Transformation and Development Director of FSC International, trained FSC Lead Auditor and lawyer. In Hikari Solutions, Natalie offers consultancy services to organisations to help them understand and implement FSC's chain of custody requirements.
Stefan Jensen, FSC ANZ Policy and Standards Manager. Stefan is responsible for managing local standards development, revision processes, and interpretations as well as other responsibilities related to growing FSC certification in Australia. Stefan has close to ten years of experience with the FSC system and has been working in a wide range of capacities to promote FSC certification and demand for FSC-certified products. Stefan is also a former Deputy Chair of FSC Denmark.
Patricia Fitzsimons, FSC ANZ Trademarks and Partnerships Manager. Patricia is a sustainability expert with a background in strategic land use planning and delivering innovative solutions to wicked problems. Skilled in design thinking and collaborative decision making to generate out-of-the-box thinking, Patricia is focused on delivering pragmatic solutions to a broad range of issues in the natural and built environment.
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance to help meet the requirements to document the training of staff under clause 1.1. e. of FSC-STD-40-004 V3-1.Prices include GST.
Discounts are available to organisations signing up five or more participants. Contact FSC ANZ to learn more or click here to purchase tickets.