Step 1: Get a Good Understanding of the Standards to Which You Want to be Certified
After deciding on the type(s) of organic production and the program(s) under which to apply for certification, you are advised to review carefully and get a good understanding of the relevant organic standards and ensure the readiness of your operations to comply with the necessary requirements.(Download CertAll Organic Standard 2019)
If your operation based in Thailand, please continues to the next steps below.
Besides ACT from Thailand. We do have Certification Alliance (CertAll) is a collaborative network of organic certification bodies in Asia. Contact CertAll Network to provide certification service in your country. Click here!
Step 3 Payment of the Certification Fee and Appointment for the Initial Inspection” Once the review ensures that your application is in good order, you will receive an invoice for the certification fee to be paid for the selected certification(s).
After ACT receives the payment, you will be contacted by an ACT certification officer to appoint a date for the initial inspection at the site of your operation.
Step 5 Reviewing the Inspection Report and Addressing Non-Compliances ” Following the inspection, you will receive a copy of the inspection report by email from the inspector. If non-compliances were discovered, you are required to address them according to the conditions set in the report, i.e. proposing corrective measures, discontinuing the violations immediately. You need to promptly notify us of your corrective actions so that we can forward the report for review by our Certification Division.