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Key Traceability (KT) visited Bangkok in October to assess the traceability system for a fishery company’s tuna supply chain. Tuna supply chains involve fishing activities, transshipment at sea and unloading in port. KT staff visited Bangkok to acc...

On the 26th-27th February, Key Traceability facilitated the final seminar in a series of three for ETF and EFFAT. The purpose of these seminars is to bring together trade unions and their affiliates who feel underrepresented by the Common Fisheries P...

On 18th Feb 2019, Key Traceability set up a meeting in Mauritius with vessel owners who led their fleet to join the Indian Ocean Tuna Longline Fishery Improvement Project to commit fishery sustainability. The details of the project are on public and ...

Key Traceability attended the ISSF FIP Meeting on January 31st in Los Angeles, CA. The meeting intended to: Review of available, relevant ISSF and other organization’s resources and tools Discuss existing FIP action plans, and explore gaps/opportu...

On 2 November 2018, Key Traceability ran its second skippers training to a captain of the Tunago Pacific Longline Tuna FIP view our fishery progress. The training aims to introduce FIPs and the MSC and improve P2 knowledge by teaching enhanced specie...

Over the past week, Key Traceability’s Science Manager, Tom Evans, attended the MSC Level 2 Comprehensive Capacity Building Training. This is a five-day workshop that takes participants through the Fisheries Standard at a detailed level and cove...

Social accountability auditing of fishing vessels requires preparation to ensure the audit team is suitably skilled for safe and effective interviewing of fishermen. Key Traceability social Lead Auditor, Iain Pollard, recently returned from West A...