- Certifier :
- SCS Global Services
- Certified status :
- In Assessment
Fisheries are composed of one or more parts, each of which is entitled to receive an MSC certificate. These parts or “units” are defined by their target stock(s), fishing gear type(s) and if relevant vessel type(s), and the fishing fleets or groups of vessels.
When the term “Unit of Certification” is used for fishing units that are in assessment, it refers to the “Unit of Assessment” or “Unit of potential certification”. Expand a status below to view the parts that form this fishery. To check the detailed scope, download the latest certificate or open the Assessments page to get the latest report. Find out more by visiting our page on Fisheries
Units of Certification & Certificate Information
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The following documents are open for stakeholder comment.
|Use of the RBF||10 Dec 2022||1 files|
|Announcement Comment Draft Report||14 Jan 2023||1 files|
As a stakeholder you are an essential source of information needed to conduct a meaningful assessment. To engage with a fishery assessment please register at the start of the process.
Catch by Species
|Species||Reported Catch Year||Metric Tonnes|
|Albacore tuna (Thunnus alalunga)||2020||11,078|
|Bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus)||2020||1,197|
|Skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis)||2020||132|
|Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares)||2020||3,631|
Information is provided by an independent Conformity Assessment Body as live weight (the weight of species at the time of catch, before processing) and where a fishing season covers multiple years, the end year is given as the reported catch year. Additional information is available in the latest report, see the assessments page.