Stakeholder feedback is an important step in developing standards. SCS is committed to providing a transparent forum for receiving and addressing comments in a way that improves the standards we develop
Each standard that is under development by SCS will be posted to this website for review and comments for a minimum of 60 days. Under exceptional circumstances, the review period may be reduced to 30 days. In addition, SCS will seek out experts, clients and other key stakeholders for comment to assure a balance of perspectives. After incorporating feedback and completing an internal review, SCS will make available, upon request, versions of the standard with a summary of our response(s) to stakeholder comments.
Comments may be made public but if requested will be kept confidential or anonymous. It is important that you indicate this in your preferences on the comment form.
To comment on a standard, please complete our Stakeholder Review Form.
The table below lists clients undergoing evaluation for standards that require a stakeholder review process.
SCS welcomes public participation in the form of in-person or written commentary. When possible, SCS will arrange to meet with interested parties; ideally, all comments should be submitted before the evaluation commences. All submissions should be supported with objective evidence, whenever possible.
|Client Name||Certificate Type||Location||Public Notification Letter||Review Period||Contact|
|Schmidbauer Lumber, Inc.||FSC Chain of Custody - Controlled Wood||
|Public Notice||11/14/2019 to 11/26/2019||Controlled Wood Stakeholder|
|Kalesnikoff Lumber Company Ltd||FSC Chain of Custody - Controlled Wood||
|Public Notice||11/14/2019 to 12/26/2019||Controlled Wood Stakeholder|
|Nestle Waters North America (NWNA), Denver||Alliance for Water Stewardship||
|AWS_PublicNotification_NWNA_Denver_10162019.pdf||10/17/2019 to 11/22/2019||Rae Mindock|
|Unki Mines (Pvt) Limited, Anglo American Platinum||Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA)||
|IRMA_PublicNotification_Unki Mines_100319.pdf||09/30/2019 to 11/30/2019||Neil Mendenhall|