Becoming a QS scheme participant

Are you a livestock owner and would like to participate in the QS scheme? Here you will find detailed information on participating in the QS scheme.

Pig farmers

The participation of livestock owners in the QS scheme is organized through so-called coordinators. The current list of coordinators can be found under relevant documents. You are free to choose which coordinator you wish to use.

You conclude a declaration of participation and power of attorney with your coordinator: this creates the contractual basis for QS participation. Your coordinator then takes care of the next steps towards QS certification: he registers you in our QS database, clarifies participation in the monitoring programmes and organizes the audits. After release of the passed audit you are authorized to deliver in the QS scheme.

Coordinators are the first point of contact for all livestock owners. They are the link between you and QS. For all questions concerning the QS scheme and QS requirements, please contact your coordinator. He will also provide you with information on the costs for scheme participation and auditing.

All guidelines and checklists relevant for scheme participation as well as supporting documents such as sample forms and further information can be found here and under relevant documents.


 

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Cattle farmers

You conclude a declaration of participation and power of attorney with your coordinator: this creates the contractual basis for QS participation. Your coordinator then takes care of the next steps towards QS certification: he registers you in our QS database, clarifies participation in the monitoring programmes and organizes the audits. After release of the passed audit you are authorized to deliver in the QS scheme.

Coordinators are the first point of contact for all livestock owners. They are the link between you and QS. For all questions concerning the QS scheme and QS requirements, please contact your coordinator. He will also provide you with information on the costs for scheme participation and auditing.

All guidelines and checklists relevant for scheme participation as well as supporting documents such as sample forms and further information can be found here and under relevant documents.


 

Relevant Documents

Guidelines, Annexes, Checklists

More

Guidelines, Annexes, Checklists

More

 

FAQs

Poultry farmers

The participation of livestock owners in the QS scheme is organized through so-called coordinators. The current list of coordinators can be found under relevant documents. You are free to choose which coordinator you wish to use.

You conclude a declaration of participation and power of attorney with your coordinator: this creates the contractual basis for QS participation. Your coordinator then takes care of the next steps towards QS certification: he registers you in our QS database, clarifies participation in the monitoring programmes and organizes the audits. After release of the passed audit you are authorized to deliver in the QS scheme.

Coordinators are the first point of contact for all livestock owners. They are the link between you and QS. For all questions concerning the QS scheme and QS requirements, please contact your coordinator. He will also provide you with information on the costs for scheme participation and auditing.

All guidelines and checklists relevant for scheme participation as well as supporting documents such as sample forms and further information can be found here and under relevant documents.


 

Relevant Documents

Guidelines, Annexes, Checklists

More

Guidelines, Annexes, Checklists

More

 

FAQs

If you would like to become a coordinator, please contact us and register in the QS database as Coordinator Agriculture. There you will also select a certification body that will conduct your audit.

Under Relevant Documents you will find all necessary documents and further information for your participation in the QS scheme.


Guidelines, Annexes, Checklists

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Guidelines, Annexes, Checklists

More

Contact

Lena Meinders

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