PROVIDE FEEDBACK

PUBLIC CONSULTATION

We welcome you to provide feedback and comments on any part of the SFA program by clicking on the button below to discover the SFA’s open feedback portal. This portal is always open, though content may change at any time without notice.

CURRENT PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS

There are currently no public consultations open for feedback, please do check back regularly or sign up to noob richard mille rm 026 rm 026 003 4539mm unisex deployment our mailing list at the bottom of this page to receive the latest updates and news.

HOW ARE REVIEWS CONDUCTED

Any standards review will include two rounds of open consultation, where the public has the opportunity to provide their feedback on the content and structure of our standards. This ensures we have input from individuals regardless of their location, ethnicity, perspective or sector. We are particularly interested gf rolex air king 36mm m114200 0014 mens oyster bracelet to hear from under-represented stakeholders that will be impacted by our work and are always looking for experts and practitioners in the subject areas of animal welfare (in particular humane slaughter and injurious procedures), decent work and rangeland management.

The SFA is committed to a process of continuous improvement. The ongoing development and review of our standard system is conducted according to our Standard Setting Procedure, which makes reference to the ISEAL Code of Good Practice for Standard Setting – both of which are available to view below or on our Resources page.

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SFA Standard Setting Procedure v3.0

ISEAL Standard Setting Code

This Procedure is founded on the credibility principles of improvement, relevance, rigour, engagement, transparency and engagement. Reviews of our standard system are open to the public and start with consulting with a wide range of stakeholders and subject experts to ensure that we strike the right balance between sustainability objectives and feasible implementation in the field.  We make particular effort to ensure that herding communities and other marginalised groups from Mongolia and China have their say through targeted in-person workshops and interviews.