This International Standard specifies requirements for a chain of custody (CoC) of wood and wood based products and lignified materials other than wood (such as bamboo, cork),
This International Standard applies to wood and wood based products as well as lignified materials other than wood that originate from different categories of wood sources and are derived from mechanical, chemical and biological processing for material and energy purposes.
A chain of custody relies on a control system to track and handle wood and wood based products as well as lignified materials other than wood throughout a supply chain including transportation, receipt, production, sale, resale and declaration. This International Standard is intended to enable tracking of materials from different categories of sources to final products.
Furthermore, this International Standard also specifies a minimum set of requirements for input material.
This International Standard is not applicable to forest management.
* number includes updates
|CEI-Bois||European Confederation of Woodworking Industries||A|
|ECOS (Europe)||European Environmental Citizens Organisation for Standardisation||A|
|FSC||Forest Stewardship Council||A|
|GERES||Groupe Energies Renouvelables, Environnement et Solidarités||A|
|ICFPA||International Council of Forest and Paper Associations||A|
|PEFC||Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification||A|
|Rainforest Alliance||Rainforest Alliance||A|
|SFI||Sustainable forestry initiative||A|
|5-9||February 2018||Berlin (Germany)||ISO/PC 287|
* Information definite but meeting not yet formally convened