The PPGFC Developed an Strategy for Monitoring and Control Transformation and / or Marketing centers of Wood, to be Implemented by CARDER
The Strategy for Monitoring and Control Transformation and / or Marketing centers of Wood, developed by PPGFC at the request of CARDER, was presented on September 11th 2014 before the Steering Committee of the Corporation.
CARDER will implement a Strategy for Monitoring and Control Transformation and / or Marketing centers of Wood, developed by the Forest Governance Positioning Project in order to track of the process according to the needs of the forestall sector.
During the meeting it became clear how important is to adopt this kind of mechanisms that contribute to the improvement and optimization of the control in the timber marketing of the region, which currently has a value of $6,161,528,720, according to wood record´s evidenced registered in the establishments visited during the first half of 2014.
The strategy designed to run on seven steps, considers in its initial stage the knowledge and use of the object of control and, surveillance sector, through updating the information about the establishments of the Department and its classification according to the volume of wood registered (0-50m3 small, 50 - 100m3 medium, 100 - 500m3 large and very large 500m3). Besides, the behavior of the establishment according to the Book of Forest Operations (traffic light-chart: ”clasification of behavior”) and its location in the municipalities (georeferencing the establishments).
The following steps of the strategy, refer to the recognition of the forest law, the review of the establishment reports to be submitted following the requirements of the Forest Harvesting Regime (Decree 1791 of 1996) and, a subsequent review, referred to the forfeiture of forest products, its adequacy at the Flora and Fauna Care Center CAV (for its initials in Spanish), registration and final storage.
The Steering Committee of CARDER indicated at the end of the presentation, the relevance of beginning the process and adoption of the Strategy in the Management System of Quality -SGC of the Regional Autonomous Corporation of Risaralda CARDER.
The Forest Governance Positioning Project is funded by the European Union and led by CARDER, in association with Corantioquia, Corpocaldas, CRC, Codechocó, Corponariño, Corponor, CRQ, Cortolima, Corpourabá, CVC, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, Asocars and Aldea Global.