“Halal” is a concept in Islamic law that means “allowed”, “permissible”, or legal. This is in contrast to “Haram”, which means “not allowed” or “forbidden”.
The concept of halal is based on the principles of Islam, which emphasize the importance of cleanliness, purity, and ethical behavior.
Halal Certification is an official form that refers to the Halal standardization of products and/or services in accordance with the Malaysian Halal Certification Scheme issued by JAKIM (Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia).
JAKIM Halal Certification indicates that the products/ services are qualified to be used by Muslims. It important key role in food and beverages industry. Halal Certification also indicates that the food product is assured in terms of religious compliance, safety and hygiene.
Identify the gaps within your company’s current operation in order to fulfil the practices set by the Halal standard. Our Halal consulting services are professionally certified and based on the guideline formulated by JAKIM.
We believe every business is unique, we customise and deliver our consultation programme according to your business needs (We don’t just hand over the templates to you😉)
Assist in developing a straight forward and “easy-to-maintain” Halal system with minimal documentation.
Provide training and step-by-step guidance to your company personnel in, not just implementing the system, but even maintaining it after getting certified.
We review the compliance of your actual activities to HALAL requirements and company records prior to your official JAKIM audit.
Provide assistance and advice on preparation and certification audit by JAKIM.
100% HRD Corp Claimable.
No Upfront Payment Required.
We are a registered HRD Corp training provider, all of our certification training is claimable under HRD Corp SBL Khas scheme.
Human Resource Development Corporation (HRDCORP), or previously known as Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) is an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia governed by the Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Act 2001 (PSMB Act 2001).
All registered employers with HRDF and have paid the levy for the first month of registration are liable to apply for the training grant, subjected to the existing rate of financial assistance and terms and conditions.