MS 2530:2013 MALAYSIA SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL (MSPO)
The Malaysian Standard for Sustainable Palm Oil Production
MSPO CERTIFICATION SCHEME

The MSPO Certification Scheme is the national scheme in Malaysia for oil palm plantations, independent and organized smallholdings, and palm oil processing facilities to be certified against the requirements of the MSPO Standards. The Scheme provides for application by potential clients for Certification Audits, development of certification standards, guidelines for auditing, accreditation requirements and notification of certification bodies, peer reviewing of audit reports, supply chain traceability requirements, issuance of logo usage licenses and procedures for handling of complaints.

SCHEME OWNER

MPOCC (Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council) is the owner, developer & operator of the MSPO Certification Scheme.

MSPO STANDARDS

The MS 2530:2013 series of standards issued by the Department of Standards Malaysia (DSM) is a set of MSPO Malaysian Standards that stipulates the general principles on certification requirements for oil palm smallholdings, plantations and palm oil processing facilities to ensure that the palm oil products are produced in a responsible and sustainable manner.

THE MS 2530:2013 SERIES COMPRISES FOUR PARTS

MS 2530-1:2013 MSPO PART 1
General principles
MS 2530-2:2013 MSPO PART 2
General principles for independent smallholders
MS 2530-3:2013 MSPO PART 3
General principles for oil palm plantations & organized smallholders
MS 2530-4:2013 MSPO PART 4
General principles for palm oil mills
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