Human Aspect on Chain of Custody (CoC) System Performance

Dewa, Parama Kartika and Rahayu, Flourensia Sapty and Gunawan, Hendro and Wibisono, Yohanes Priadi (2017) Human Aspect on Chain of Custody (CoC) System Performance. In: The 18th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management System Conference, 3 - 6 December 2017, Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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The tropical forests cover 24% of tropical land area. They are the most productive terrestrial ecosystems on earth with high priorities for biodiversity conservation. These forests store a substantial amount of carbon in biomass and soil, and they also regulate the transfer of carbon into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide (CO2). Indonesia is having the third tropical forest area in the world after Brazil and Congo. Over 50 years forest has been felled both legally as well as illegally. High rate of forest degradation resulted from unsustainable forest management, rampant illegal logging, forest area encroachment, conversion and natural disaster. All urges rapid improvement of management system of Indonesia’s forest resources (Holmes, 2002). Forest certification is one tool that can support the achievement of sustainable forest management goal. Under current operation of join certification protocol between the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Indonesian Ecolabelling Institute (LEI) in Indonesia, forest management units must be able to show the required performance indicated in LEI criteria and indicator as well as FSC principles and criteria to attain certification of their products. The gap between current practices and performance required by forest certifications schemes is still enormous. The performance of forest certification system from LEI is determined very much by the human that is involved in the process of planning and operation. The name of certification system is chain of custody (CoC) certification. CoC operation involves activities such as tracing raw material from the forest to the factory, through shipping and manufacturing, to the final end product. In all of the above processes, the roles of human are critical, although the specific roles played from one process to another are different. In this paper we present an identification of human aspect and other factors that predominantly affect CoC system performance.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: human, chain of custody, sustainable, forest
Subjects: Teknik Industri > Sistem Kerja
Divisions: Fakultas Teknologi Industri > Teknik Informatika
Depositing User: Editor UAJY
Date Deposited: 29 Jun 2018 09:35
Last Modified: 29 Jun 2018 09:35

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