Navigating the New FSC Chain of Custody Standard: General Updates
American Green Consulting is introducing a new webinar series to help keep you up to date on the latest FSC® standards.
American Green Consulting helps you stay on top of the latest trends in certification.
June’s topic: Navigating the New FSC Chain of Custody Standard: General Updates. The FSC Chain of Custody (CoC) certification is the most common FSC certification. The purpose of the CoC certification is to be able to track each product back to the forest from which it originated, ensuring that it came from a responsibly managed forest. The “chain of custody” refers to the path that a wood product takes from the forest through the supply chain to the end consumer. This certification also verifies that these wood products are not unknowingly mixed with those from uncertified forests at any point.
FSC CoC certification allows your company to use the FSC logo and show your customers that you support sustainable forestry.
During this 15-20 minute webinar, you will have the opportunity to ask AGC management questions and learn about:
New Updates to the FSC CoC Standards
Key Issues During Audits
American Green Consulting handles everything associated with FSC Chain of Custody certification – please join us for this webinar to learn how we can support you.
June’s Topic: Navigating the New FSC Chain of Custody Standard: General Updates
Learn about the new FSC standard requirements in general during this 15-20 minute webinar.
You can register for June’s webinar here:
May’s Topic: Navigating the New FSC Chain of Custody Standard: Core Labor
May 23, 2022 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)
We learned about the new FSC standard requirements for Core Labor during this 30-45 minute webinar.
The topics that we covered in May’s webinar:
- What is meant by the term “Core Labor”?
- What are the main concerns companies have about Core Labor, and are they actually concerns in the United States?
- What are the four things a Core Labor compliant CoC system should have?
Public documents that were referenced in May’s webinar:
- FSC-STD-40-004 v3-1
- FSC-US Core Labor Self Assessment
See the May Webinar replay here: