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INBAR's work on bamboo and rattan standards

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For years INBAR has worked with the International Standardization Organisation (ISO) to build and enforce international standards for bamboo and rattan. These are essential building blocks to promoting international trade and eliminating poverty. This presentation explains some of INBAR's work with ISO TC 165 and TC 296.

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INBAR's work on bamboo and rattan standards

  1. 1. INBAR’s work on bamboo and rattan standards www.inbar.int Rattan fruits ISO/TC 296 Plenary Meeting, 24 August 2017, Jakarta, Indonesia
  2. 2. Outline 1. What is INBAR? 2. INBAR Technical Advisory Committee 3. Task forces: TFC & TFR & Outlook 4. INBAR VGS vs ISO Int. Standards 5. INBAR’s VGS 6. INBAR’s role in ISO TC 296 and ISO 165 7. Capacity building in standards development Acronyms used throughout this presentation: • TFC – Taskforce Committee • TFR - Task force on Rattan Uses & development • VGS – Voluntary Guidelines Standards • ISO – International Standardisation Organisation • TAC – Technical Advisory Committee • WG – Working Group
  3. 3. 1. What is INBAR?  Established in 1997 in China as the first global Inter-Governmental Organization  Improve the lives of the producers and users of bamboo and rattan through sustainable management, use and trade of the resources.  International Commodity Body for bamboo and rattan since 2001  Headquarters in Beijing, China  Regional offices in India, Ghana, Ethiopia, Ecuador  Governed by a Council of Members  Board of Trustees INBAR HQ – Beijing, China
  4. 4. 1.1. INBAR member states North America: 1 Latin America: 10 Africa: 18 Asia: 12 Oceania: 1
  5. 5. 1.2.Distribution of Bamboo & Rattan resources
  6. 6. 2. INBAR Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) TAC Coordinator (INBAR Staff) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Working Group (WG) 10- 50 Core members (Experts) In charge to develop INBAR- VGS TF Manager (INBAR Staff) TF Chairperson (Expert)  TAC oversees INBAR work on standards, including setting up task force (TF), experts recruitment etc.  The TAC is composed of a Coordinator, TF managers, TC chair and Experts. TAC Coordinator: • Responsible for the overall management and operation of TAC TF Manager: • Handles the day-to-day operation of the TF • Propose NWI, recruit experts, support TF Chair TF Chair: • Steers the operation of the TF, convene meetings • Ensure timely development and publication of INBAR-VGS
  7. 7. Mr. Rene Kaam TAC Coordinator Ms. Liu KeweiMr. Rene Kaam Rattan Uses & Development Bamboo Construction Mr. David Trujillo Dr. Wan Tarmeze Rattan Uses & Development Bamboo Construction TF Managers TF chairs
  8. 8. INBAR’s network of standardization experts: - Wide network of experts from 20 countries Task forces are established according to areas of priority aligned with UN SDG TFon Bamboo Construction TFonRattan Uses& Development Renewable Energy Task force on Sustainable Resource Management Alternative Fibres All TF are relevant here 3. Task forces (TF): TFC & TFR & Outlook
  9. 9. 3.1. Task force on Rattan Uses & development (TFR) Direct endorsement by an incumbent expert Provide CV, publications, expert form to rkaam@inbar.int Internal discussion,≥ 2/3 expert approval  3-yr Contract,  Business Card with INBAR Logo How does TFR Operates? TFR experts recruitment protocol
  10. 10. 3.1. Task force on Rattan Uses & development (TFR)
  11. 11. 3.1. Task force on Rattan Uses & development (TFR) Rules and Procedures for Drafting VGS TFR Annual workplan  Developed at the end of the year  Distribute work load evenly throughout the year  Mid-year assessment to evaluate the accomplishment
  12. 12. 3.1. Task force on Rattan Uses & development (TFR)  Chair, Dr. Wan Tarmaze (FRIM),  Acting manager, Rene Kaam (INBAR),  17 experts from 12 countries,  3 new working items (NWI) with working item leaders i. NWI1: Rattan vocabulary, Leader Dr. Wan Tarmeze (Malaysia) ii. NWI2: Grading of Rattan, Leader Dr. Wan Tarmeze iii. NWI3: Sustainable Management of Rattan, Leader Ramadhani Achdiawan (Indonesia)
  13. 13. 3.2. Task force on Bamboo Construction (TFC)  Chair, Mr. David, Conventry University,  Acting manager, Liu Kewei (INBAR),  18 experts from 11 countries,  INBAR convenes WG12 of ISO/TC165 i. Revision of ISO22157-1 Bamboo structures – Determination of physical and mechanical properties of bamboo culms – Part 1: Test methods, Leader David Trujillo ii. Revision of ISO22156 Bamboo Design, Leader Dr. Kent Harries iii. WI19624, Grading of Bamboo, Leader David Trujillo
  14. 14. 4. INBAR VGS vs. ISO Int. Standards INBAR - VGS ISO International Standards Open access documents Not open access Develop in a max. period up to 2 years, and revised every 5 years Usually develop in a period of 3-5 years Develop by a network of voluntary experts Develop by experts appointed by National standardization Bodies INBAR-VGS are voluntary and legally non- binding Voluntary, but sometimes could be adopted as market regulations Developed by INBAR task forces Developed by ISO committees
  15. 15. 5. INBAR Voluntary Guideline Standards Some published INBAR-VGS? Part I: Technical Report Part II: User’s Manual +
  16. 16. 6. INBAR’s role in ISO TC 296 and ISO 165 WG 1: Terminology of bamboo products WG 2: Bamboo Flooring WG 3: Bamboo Charcoal WG 4: Rattan products  Propose to Convene  Liaison Org of category “A”  work through our Taskforces  INBAR also encourages its member states to join ISO TC 296 & TC 165 to contribute in international standards developments e.g. Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia etc.
  17. 17. 4. INBAR’s role in ISO TC 296  INBAR is liaison “A” Organisation in ISO/TC 296…..  INBAR also encourages its member states to join ISO TC 296 & TC 165 to contribute in international standards developments e.g. Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia etc.  Propose New working items: - NWIPs: Terminology of rattan products - NWIPs: Grading of Rattan  Propose the creation and to convene of new working group on rattan in TC 296  Through our TFR, we provide expert to serve in WG: - INBAR experts - National Standardization Body expert TFR
  18. 18. 6. INBAR’s role in ISO TC 296  Develop international partnership to support B&R Standardization MOU btw Africa Organisation for Standardisation (ARSO) & INBAR to promote B&R Standardization in the African continent 23rd ARSO GA, 28-30 June 2017, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso ARSO & INBAR share 15 common member states  Fundraising to support B&R standardization • Develop B&R standard development projects • Reach out to international donors to support B&R Standardization • 2 experts supported for this meeting
  19. 19. 6. INBAR’s role in ISO TC 296  Global Bamboo and Rattan Congress 2018 • 25 – 27 June 2018, Beijing, CHINA • Organizers: INBAR, SFA, Yong’An Gov. • Attendance: 1200-1500 “Enhancing South-South Cooperation for Green Development through Bamboo and Rattan's Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals”  01 Parallel session on B&R standardization  03 Thematic session B&R standardization  01 Parallel session on B&R Certification  01 Thematic session on B&R Certification
  20. 20. 6. INBAR’s role in ISO TC 296 and ISO 165 ISO/TC 165/WG 12: Structural use of bamboo  INBAR Convenes this WG
  21. 21. 7. Capacity building  INBAR in collaboration with the International Centre for Bamboo and Rattan and financial support from MOFCOM has organized dedicated training workshops,  For 2017, 3-week training workshop on B&R International standards, May 2017.  3 training workshops on B&R standardization, 2014, 2015 & 2016,  Duration 3 weeks, ~20-30 trainees per workshop, a total of 60-90 delegates trained in B&R standardization  Trainees from INBAR member states, and potential INBAR member states
  22. 22. www.inbar.int