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Presentation given by me at the Accreditation and Conformance 2012 event organized by Singapore Accreditation Council. Touches upon the growing importance of accreditation; and convergence of …

Presentation given by me at the Accreditation and Conformance 2012 event organized by Singapore Accreditation Council. Touches upon the growing importance of accreditation; and convergence of standards in the areas of Food safety and Energy/Water efficiency.

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  • 1. Vikas Sharma, PMP® Principal Consultant Public Sector & Government Practice Global Developments in Food Safety and Resource Efficiency 1 - Developed For - Public Sector & Government Practice Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific
  • 2. Introduction to Frost & Sullivan Beijing Tokyo Toronto Frankfurt New York San Antonio Shanghai Paris London Milan Warsaw Dubai Seoul Delhi Tel Aviv 2 Bangkok Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta Mumbai Shanghai Sao Paulo Buenos Aires Sydney Dubai Mexico City Cape Town Bangalore Delhi Chennai Bogota Calcutta Mebourne
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  • 4. Introduction to Frost & Sullivan Frost & Sullivan Public Sector & Government Regulators Industry Development Bodies ExportPromotion Bodies 4 Public Sector & Government Practice Multi-Lateral Organizations IndustryCorridor Planners Universities & Centers of Excellence Implementation agencies for government programs
  • 5. 2 Presentation Agenda 1 2 1 Introduction 3 Global Developments in Food Safety Global Developments in Resource Efficiency 5
  • 6. Introduction: Importance of Accreditation in Today’s Global Market Did the certification process add value?Importance of accredited certification 30% 40% 50% 40% 50% 6 0% 10% 20% 30% 0% 10% 20% 30% Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Do Not Know
  • 7. Introduction: Key Stakeholders Served by Accreditation Government RegulatorsConsumers Served by Accreditation Regulators BusinessesManufacturers Consumers 7
  • 8. Introduction: The Global Context Interamerican Accreditation Cooperation European Cooperation for Accreditation 8 Pacific Accreditation Cooperation South African National Accreditation System
  • 9. Introduction: The Global Context 9
  • 10. Global Developments in Food Safety: A High Priority Concern Area of Concern Ranking 2011 Ranking 2010 Ranking 2009 Corporate Responsibility 1 2 3 Food Safety remains a high priority concern for food retailers and manufacturers 10 Food Safety 2 4 2 Economy and Consumer Demand 3 1 1 Consumer Health and Nutrition 4 7 7 Retailer Supplier Relations 5 5 5
  • 11. Global Developments in Food Safety: A High Priority Concern Consumer trust needs to be strengthened and maintained 11
  • 12. Global Developments in Food Safety: Convergence of Standards Critical Risk Control Scheme (HACCP principles) Prescribed hygiene activities 12 Mutual acceptance of various food standards through membership schemes e.g. Global Food Safety Initiative Systematic management procedures
  • 13. • Changes to British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standard for Food Safety - Reduced need for multiple customer audits -New auditor training to ensure consistent BRC audit approach Trend away from multi- level certification within one standard: Trend away from multi- level certification within one standard: Global Developments in Food Safety: Convergence of Standards 13 • International Food Standard (IFS) and Safe Quality Food (SQF) • GlobalGAP and Safe Quality Food (SQF) Collaboration agreements between international food safety standards Collaboration agreements between international food safety standards
  • 14. Introducing internationally recognized standards Facilitating independent and transparent wideWorld-wide supply chains meeting common/ Global Developments in Food Safety: Convergence of Standards 14 Cooperative approach of private standards Cooperative approach of private standards and transparent auditing Maintaining consumer confidence Reducing costs and liabilities common/ minimum standards
  • 15. Global Developments in Resource Efficiency: Energy Efficiency Standards ISO 9001 ISO 50001 Energy Management System Recognized framework for integrating energy performance into management processes Promote energy best practices 15 ISO 50001 ISO 4001Facilitate energy management improvements Implementation of new energy- efficient technologies
  • 16. Global Developments in Resource Efficiency: Energy Efficiency Standards Early adopters of ISO 50001 have reported significant benefits - Achieve 10% energy conservation - Savings of estimated 55M kWh of electricity - Reduce carbon emissions by 35,000 tons 16 - Reduction of 10,200 tons of carbon emissions - Savings of RMB 8M within 5 months - Energy efficiency as criteria in selection of suppliers - Easily adapted to existing EN 16001 implementation
  • 17. Global Developments in Resource Efficiency: Water Efficiency Standards The Energy-Water Efficiency Nexus • It has been estimated that globally, seven percent of all energy is used to deliver water • Energy is also an input in water treatment 17 • There is a move towards linking water utilities services standards with ISO 50001 • ISO 24510 – “Activities relating to drinking water and wastewater services — Guidelines for the assessment and for the improvement of the service to users”
  • 18. Global Developments in Resource Efficiency: Water Efficiency Schemes in Other Countries • U.K.: Water Supply Regulations (mandatory): WC suite performance specifications; BMA Water Efficiency Labelling Scheme (voluntary) • Germany: The Blue Angel (voluntary label) • Europe: The Europe Eco-Label (voluntary label) 18 • Europe: The Europe Eco-Label (voluntary label) • Australia: Australian WELS (mandatory label) • U.S.: WaterSense (voluntary label), Energy Star (voluntary label) • Japan: Japan Eco Mark (voluntary label)
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