ASI - Taking Assurance to the Next Level for FSC

Join us to hear the latest developments from Assurance Services International (ASI), FSC’s assurance provider.  

During this session you will hear about ASI’s approach to providing oversight, an update on trends in Certification Body performance and certification risks. You will also learn more about their integrity work covering topics from transaction verification, unannounced assessments, dispute resolution, and social integrity projects.  

ASI will also provide an update on measures being taken in collaboration with FSC International to foster increased market recognition for FSC through responding to governmental regulations.  

FSC Denmark
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Tania Einfeldt, Supply Chain Integrity Manager, ASI

Tania is responsible for assessing  supply chain integrity risks. She manages ASI’s major detection tools - transaction verification and forensic testing - and leads integrity investigations. Before joining ASI, she served as Policy Manager, Controlled Wood, at FSC International. Previously, she worked as Project Manager for a Peruvian environmental consulting company. Tania holds a Master’s degree in Integrated Natural Resource Management from Humboldt-University in Berlin and a degree in Forestry Science from Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Lima.

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David Brunelle, FSC Program Manager, ASI

David oversees the FSC Program. Before joining ASI in 2018, he worked as a Forest Engineer in North America since 2006 in different sectors and positions (Industry, Ministry, Consulting, FSC Certification, Conservation). David holds a Bachelor in Forest Engineering from Laval University in Quebec city and a Certificate in Law from the University of Montreal.

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Matthias Wilnhammer,  Operations Director, ASI

Matthias oversees all accreditation programs, as well as ASI's Central Services. Before joining ASI, he worked as a consultant for the Boston Consulting Group and for the Timber Section of the UN Economic Commission for Europe, and was a researcher at the University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan. Matthias holds a PhD from the Technical University of Munich, as well as an MSc in Forestry and Wood Science

Event Details

  • Date: Monday 10 October

  • Time: 17:00 - 18:30

  • Room: Hibiscus & Frangipani  

  • Language: English

  • Format: Hybrid