The MSPO Certification Scheme is the national scheme in Malaysia for oil palm plantations, independent and organised smallholdings, and palm oil processing facilities to be certified against the requirements of the MSPO Standards. It provides general principles for the implementation, establishment and improvement of the operational practices of sustainability to ensure sustainable production of palm oil.
The MSPO Standards contains seven (7) principles which form the general requirements of a management system framework, based on the three pillars of sustainability, i.e. economically viable, socially acceptable, and environmentally sound.
The Malaysian Palm Oil Board, under the Ministry of Primary Industries requires all palm oil plantations with above 40 hectares must be MSPO-certified in order to maintain/ renew their Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) license.
Identify the gaps within your company’s current Management System in order to fulfil the best practices set by the international standards.
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” management 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 MSPO audit requirements and company records prior to your certification body audit.
Provide assistance and advice on preparation and external audit by your certification body.
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.