GLOBALG.A.P.‘S AQUACULTURE PROGRAM – MARIO VELASCO, GLOBALG.A.P.

GLOBALG.A.P. TOUR 2011 – 18 October Atlanta, USA
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GLOBALG.A.P. CERTIFICATION SYSTEM
AQUACULTURE STANDARD
TOUR2011
Atlanta, USA
October 18, 2011
Speaker: Mario Velasco, Ph.D.
GLOBALG.A.P. Aquaculture
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OUR PRINCIPLES AND VALUES
• Respect / Recognition
• Transparency
• Honesty
• Integrity
INTRODUCTION
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OUR STRATEGIC PILLARS
The Secretariat’s work program developed by the
Board and aligned to the key strategic pillars:
• Integrity
• Partnership
• Benchmarking
• Stakeholder Participation
• Efficiency and Effectiveness
INTRODUCTION
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DESIRED OUTCOME
• Win-win scenarios
• Cooperative arrangements
• Non-exclusive
• Inclusive (many species)
INTRODUCTION
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CONTINUOUS GROWTH
• More than 100.000 certified producers in more than 100 countries
STATISTICS
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AQUACULTURE CERTIFICATES WORLDWIDE
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ALL IN PARTNERSHIP
• Governments
• International organizations (FAO, OIE, WTO…)
• Industry
• Civil society / NGOs
• Science
DRIVERS?
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EQUAL PARTNERSHIP GOVERNANCE
PARTNERSHIP PRINCIPLE IN ALL DECISION MAKING PROCESSES
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Buyers and Producers
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GLOBALG.A.P. PLATFORM
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
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•Best and most widely consulted GLOBALG.A.P.
product ever!
• FAO Technical Guidelines on Aquaculture
Certification referenced at all times for Version 4
• Global Food Safety Initiative – GFSI
recognized
• Greenpeace assessment on the environmental
criteria for Version 3 is now reflected in
Version 4
• IUCN tailored made criteria for Protected Areas
GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE V.4
LAUNCHED IN MARCH 2011
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GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE V.4
WHOLE CHAIN ASSURANCE
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GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE V.4
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MODULAR APPROACH
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REGISTRATION OF PRODUCT BY ITS SCIENTIFIC NAME – WHY?
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GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE V.4
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REGISTRATION OF PRODUCT BY ITS SCIENTIFIC NAME – WHY?
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GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE V.4
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GLOBALG.A.P. AQUACULTURE V.4
•Species mislabeling / substitution
•Trans-shipment of products
•Short weights, etc.
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REGISTRATION OF PRODUCT BY ITS SCIENTIFIC NAME – WHY?
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CHAIN OF CUSTODY - CoC
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• Applicable to further product handling post
harvest when:
legal ownership of the product changes
• Processing, storage, transport
SourceMarineHarvest
• Proper segregation of certified/non-certified
products
• Hygiene system in place
CHAIN of CUSTODY Certification
Post harvest handling when legal ownership
changes
IFA - AQUACULTURE Certification
Broodstock, seedlings, on-grown, up to the point of harvest
Post harvest handling
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ALL FARM MODULE
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AF.1 SITE HISTORY AND SITE MANAGEMENT
AF.2 RECORD KEEPING AND INTERNAL SELF- ASSESSMENT / INTERNAL INSPECTION
AF.3 WORKERS HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE
AF.4 SUBCONTRACTORS
AF.5 WASTE AND POLLUTION MANAGEMENT, RECYCLING AN RE-USE
AF.6 ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION
AF.7 COMPLAINTS
AF.8 RECALL / WITHDRAWAL PROCEDURE
AF.9 FOOD DEFENCE
AF.10 GLOBALG.A.P STATUS
AF.11 LOGO USE
AF.12 TRACEABILITY AND SEGREGATION
obligatory when producer is registered for
Parallel Production
ANNEXES GUIDELINE RISK ASSESSMENT
General and Soil Management
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AQUACULTURE MODULE
FINFISH, CRUSTACEANS, MOLLUSCS
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AB.1 SITE MANAGEMENT
AB.2 REPRODUCTION
AB.3 CHEMICALS
AB.4 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
AB.5 FISH WELFARE, MANAGEMENT AND HUSBANDRY
AB.6 HARVESTING
AB.7 SAMPLING AND TESTING
AB.8 FEED MANAGEMENT
AB.9 PEST CONTROL
AB.10 ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT
AB.11 WATER USAGE AND DISPOSAL
AB.12 POST HARVEST - MASS BALANCE and TRACEABILITY
AB.13 POST HARVEST – OPERATIONS
AB.14 SOCIAL CRITERIA
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• Sector Knowledge
or
• Government Enforcement
or
• Independent Certification Systems
WHO SHOULD IMPLEMENT IT?
Take the best from all
•Sector/Technical Committees
•Government Oversight
•Competent and Efficient Systems
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Certification Body
Producer/
Producer Group
Accreditation Body
Memorandum of
Understanding
Accreditation
ISO 65
Licence
Agreement
Sublicence
Agreement
GLOBALG.A.P.
Secretariat
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TRANSPARENCY
CREDIBILITY
Certification Integrity Program – CIPRO
• Monitoring of the certification body’s
performance
• Producer (re-)assessment
• Certification body office assessment
Brand Integrity Program – BIPRO
• Other issues affecting GLOBALG.A.P. brand
• Database, data accuracy
• Brand misuse
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TRANSPARENCY
INTEGRITY PROGRAM (EXAMPLE 3/28/2011)
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TRANSPARENCY
OUR SUPPLY CHAIN INNOVATION!
Tab “Bookmarked Producer”lists all producers you
bookmarked once:
Benefits:
• Instantly review status of all supplying producers
• Set filter by country and/or product
• Customize list of producer for each buyer
• Receive alert about certificate loss
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TRANSPARENCY
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Benefits for Retailers
Retailers worldwide can have assurance
that any farmed fish, crustacean or
mollusc product arriving at their stores
identified by a GGN number, has been
checked at farm and hatchery level;
and that proper segregation and
hygiene are in compliance through the
whole food chain.
GGN – GLOBALG.A.P. NUMBER ON THE PRODUCT
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TRANSPARENCY
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ONLINE CERTIFICATE VALIDATIONS
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TRANSPARENCY
FOR CONSUMERS: WWW.KONTROLLIERTE-AQUAKULTUR.INFO
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• www.kontrollierte-aquakultur.info on the pack;
• Retailer or producer put a link to their homepages on the pack. Where
they refer to the GLOBALG.A.P. consumer website;
• Consumers are also able to search on the public GGN search tool.
TRANSPARENCY
Consumers identifying products with a GGN identification number have assurance that products
chosen, derives from a responsible sourcing and that have been checked through all production chain
before it becomes a final product at their table.
FOR CONSUMERS: WWW.KONTROLLIERTE-AQUAKULTUR.INFO
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COOPERATION
SalmonChile through their SALMONG.A.P.
Scheme currently benchmarked (AMC)
against GLOBALG.A.P. Aquaculture for
Salmon Farming
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• 12% of all GLOBALG.A.P. growers operate
under a fully benchmarked scheme!
• Half of all National Interpretation Guideline or
AMC GLOBALG.A.P. certified growers
operate under a locally adapted guideline
(Checklist)!
21 schemes
18 countries
5 sub-scopes (FO, FV, CC,
Salmonids, Cattle&Sheep)
BENCHMARKED STANDARDS AND SCHEMES
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COOPERATION
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Mr Pham Anh Tuan, International Relation Division, Directorate of Fisheries,
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD)
AGREEMENT WITH VIETNAMESE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
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•Sustainable pangasius supply chain program in Vietnam
•GLOBALG.A.P. Smallholders guidelines launched in Trah Vinh – May 2011
COOPERATION
ENGAGEMENT WITH SMALL SCALE FARMERS
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COOPERATION
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GLOBALG.A.P. MoU with WWF
ISRTA – International Standard for Responsible
Tilapia Aquaculture
Model presented to the market through joint
efforts for the last 2 years:
• Efficiency at training activities of auditors
• Efficiency at auditing activities at farm level
• Minimum base GLOBALG.A.P. audit together
with ISRTA
• Outcome:
12 Auditors trained worldwide
4 Letters of Compliance
WITH OTHER INITIATIVES
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THE RIGHT ANSWER TO THE MARKET REQUEST
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• FAO Technical Guidelines for Aquaculture
Certification were referenced at all times
through the last four years revision process.
„The demand for fish from world consumers is only
going to increase; we need therefore to ensure a high
rate of production growth following sustainable
practices and with certification adhering to the FAO
certification guidelines. Operations like those that are
described here are needed to facilitate the right
decisions among producers and consumers.”
Arni Mathiesen
Assistant Director General Fisheries and Aquaculture
Food and Agri cul ture Organi zati on of the Uni ted
Nati ons - FAO at the GLOBALG.A.P. Press
Conference May 2011.
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COOPERATION ON THE CORE
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NO DUPLICATION / NO CONFLICT
One farm – One checklist – One auditor
• but, many different customers
• with possibly different compliance levels
they want to reach
• according to market demands
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QUESTIONS – DISCUSSION – CONTACT US
Valeska Weymann
Standard Management Aquaculture
weymann@globalgap.org
+49 (0) 178 477 146
Dr. Mario Velasco
Aquaculture & Integrity Program
velasco@globalgap.org
+1 (0) 787 517 7700
www.globalgap.org
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
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Aquaculture pictures were kindly provided by:
ANOVA, GLOBALG.A.P, Heiploeg BV, Marine
Harvest, MARNETEC

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