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SGS (Thailand) Limited invites you to attend a seminar latest “Standards in the aquaculture industry - New requirements and challenges” will be held on 2nd August 2018 at Maple Hotel, Bangkok.

Starts

Aug 02, 2018, 09:00

Ends

Aug 02, 2018, 17:00

Location

Bangkok, Thailand

Responsible farming and clean production is always a pressing issue and first concerned of consumer market and community organizations. For years, a number of organizations such as Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP), Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and etc., have issued standards to control and promote aquaculture and production in line with the general trend of the whole society. Each organization has different strategies and directions, but they share the same purpose for a green environment, for a civilized society, and for a better future with practical activities for sustainable development. The standards have been around for a long time, and the farming areas have also approached, implemented and maintained these requirements very early but still cannot avoid the shortcomings in the implementation and improvement of the system, in order to meet increasingly stringent market demands which set more technical barriers for businesses.

 

From the above, as the world’s leading in inspection, verification, testing and certification, SGS proudly holds technical seminar "Standards in the aquaculture industry - New requirements and challenges". We hope this will be a forum for businesses and stakeholders in the fisheries sector to look back at the industry's problems and find practical solutions to meet market demands, towards the ultimate goal of sustainable development.

 

Agenda

    1. Consumer trends of seafood products markets and most updated requirements

         globally and Market place requirement of seafood certification

         By Mr. Cormac O'Sullivan, Global Seafood and Aquaculture President, SGS Group

         Remark: The topic will be conducted in English, then summarize in Thai

 

     2. Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) – Updates from BAP: New BAP Programs and Opportunities for Seafood Sectors

         • Requirement & Interpretation

         • Certification process

         • Benefit for Seafood Industry

         Introduction to Global Seafood Assurance (GSA)

         Social requirement in BAP          

         By Mr. Rawee Viriyatum, PhD, Country Coordinator, BAP representative

         Ms. Rachaneewan Khumman, Country Coordinator, BAP representative          

 

     3. Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)

         • Requirement & Interpretation

         • Certification process

         • Benefit for Seafood Industry

         Aquaculture Improvement Projects (AIPs)

         By Ms. Pakawan Talawat, Fishery Project Manager & interim Aquaculture Project Manager, WWF-Thailand representative

 

     4. Laboratory Sampling and Testing Requirement

         • Effluent Management Requirement

         • Third Party Laboratory Sampling and Testing Verification Requirement

         By Ms. Supawadee Jirawiwatsaree, Laboratory Service Representative, SGS (Thailand) Limited

 

     5. Social requirement in seafood industry for

         • SA8000

         • SMETA

         • TLS (Thai Labor Standard), etc.

         By Mr. Suttiphong Loharangsikul, Social Product Manager, SGS (Thailand) Limited

 

Language: Thai

Date & Time:  2 Aug 2018 (09:00 – 17:00 hrs.)

Venue:  Maple Hotel, Bangkok

Cost: No Charge (for 1 person/company)

 

For more information: Please contact at (66)2 678 1813

  • Ext. 1823 Pla
  • Ext. 1826 Kanyarat
  • Ext. 1864 Sasithorn
  • Ext. 1874 Atcharapond