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Progress

Number
5

Co-Create a Culture of Continuous Improvement through Multi-stakeholder Engagement

Require STF Leadership Team to leverage relationships with multi-stakeholders for remediation and continuous improvement

2024 MILESTONES

Shrimp farms: By December 2024, STF annual capacity building programme is completed.
Thai Vessels/ Thai Waters:  By December 2024, STF Pilot and capacity building programmes are completed and a scale-up plan developed.

Tuna: By December 2024, development of STF Tuna Vessel Grievance Mechanism (Workers Voice) and remediation protocol development is completed.

2023 MILESTONES

Thai vessels/ Thai waters: By December 2023, Seafood Task Force pilot remediation and capacity building process developed and ready for scale up.

Tuna Vessels/ Central & Western Pacific: By December 2023, STF Audit Framework programme has been implemented, Self-Assessment Questionnaire has been introduced and Assessment Checklist for verification of compliance has been approved.

By June 2023, 100% of non-compliance issues identified through baseline pilot have been included in development of STF Tuna Audit Framework.

2023 SCORES

Co-Create a Culture of Improvement through Direct Vessel Owner Engagement

Table
 WEIGHTSCOREWEIGHTED
SCORE
SHRIMP SUPPLY CHAIN (THAI VESSELS)
Assessment aggregate report, possible root cause analysis and action plan10%10010%
Issue prioritisation (top 6 findings identified)5%1005%
Remediation and capacity building action plan25%256%
Health & Safety training10%505%
TUNA SUPPLY CHAIN (TUNA VESSELS)
Tuna Audit Framework programme25%10025%
Identified non-compliance themes through data point of STF assessment and Mutual Recognition15%7511%
Remediation and capacity building programme development to address identified themes of non-compliance10%00%
   63%