All the standards are listed in this document, with corresponding references and versions.
This standard specifies the terms used in RSB Standards, and provides definitions for these terms. While implementing RSB Standards, all users shall refer to and use the definitions provided in this standard.
This procedure specifies the conditions under which operators, certification bodies and accreditation bodies shall implement new and revised standards and procedures.
This procedure aims to ensure that grievances against the implementation of RSB policies and procedures, recognised certification bodies, their certification decisions, and RSB members are handled in an effective manner.
This procedure specifies the requirements for the development and modification of RSB Standards.
This procedure specifies the requirements for the development and modification of RSB procedures.
This procedure specifies the requirements for the development and modification of RSB guidance.
This standard specifies the requirements for the adaptation of RSB Standards to crop-specific conditions.
This standard specifies the requirements for the adaptation of RSB Standards to geographic conditions.
This standard specifies the requirements for the adaptation of RSB Standards to biomass production standards.
This procedure describes the requirements to be applied by CBs in order to be accredited to perform audits of RSB Participating Operators, issue RSB certificates and ensure the continuous monitoring of RSB Participating Operators.
This standard is presented as a complement to ISO/IEC 17011:2004 (E), which specifies certain aspects in addition to the ISO standard, clarifies and interprets some requirements, based on the needs of the RSB Standards and the RSB certification systems.
RSB Guidance on Principles & Criteria helps operators develop an understanding of the significance of the minimum and progress requirements under each of the 12 RSB Principles.
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ASSOBARI (Associação dos Fornecedores de Cana da Região de Bariri) is the first organisation of sugar cane producers in Brazil to earn RSB certification. The RSB certification is for the production and processing of sugar cane by 62 farmers and approximately 1,860 hectares of sugar cane plantations.
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