IFFO RS通过一个技术咨询委员会（“委员会”）编制和实施IFFO RS第2版渔业饲料认证计划。该计划改编自FAO规范文件：《FAO责任渔场管理行为规范》（1995年），《FAO生态标志指南》（2006），《FAO指导》、APFIC指南2014版“亚洲热带拖网渔场地区指南”和国际劳工组织协定。
- 委员会职能为管理IFFO RS第2版认证标准编制有关的技术问题，包括作为第三方认证计划的技术相关性和合适性内容。
- 编制和维护IFFO RS第2版计划技术认证规范，确保规范符合当前产业惯例和市场要求，并通过IFFO RS监管委员会审批。
- 根据渔业原料工业成员和环境监管现状，提供必要知识和指导，保证评估过程中IFFO RS第2版标准的准确理解和遵守。
- 针对计划的必要或可行性修订，向IFFO RS管理委员会提供决定、决议和会议纪要，确保计划的准确性、相关性和可信性。
- 随着IFFO RS计划第2版的编制和发展，针对IFFO RS认证标准编制的技术解释文件和支持性技术指导文件提供反馈和建议。
- 监控渔场评估或IFFO RS计划使用FAO或ILO规范文件的修改或与渔业评估和立法相关的FAO或ILO指导文件的颁布，并将要求实施的修订内容加入IFFO RS第2版认证标准。
IFFO RS TAC确认的提名成员名单：Governance Board Members
Antoine Dangy joined OLVEA Fish Oils in 2014. He holds a Master degree in Agronomy and has a background as a Food Safety Quality Assurance (FSAQ) manager for a tuna fishing fleet in Africa. Thanks to both fishing and African environment experiences he is now a Sustainability and Sourcing Development Manager for OLVEA Fish Oils. Working on implementing sustainable supply chain in the sea food industry has always been Antoine's vocation as he holds a huge passion for sailing the marine environment in general. During the past 2 years he has used IFFO RS and other standards to promote responsibilty in OLVEA Fish Oils sourcing areas.
Francisco joined IFFO in 2010 and was promoted to Head of Standards in 2013. In 2015 IFFO RS became independent and Francisco became the Head of Operations of IFFO RS Limited. As well as managing IFFO RS, he is also Chair of the Te3chnical Committee and the Improvers Programme Committee. Francisco Graduated from the Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina in Lima, Peru with a fisheries engineering degree before obtaning and MSc in Marine Ecology and Environmental Management from Queen Mary University, London.
Michel Kaiser is the Professor of Marine Conservation Ecology at the School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University. He is an independent Member of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, the UK Marine Science Coordination Committee, and he chairs the Seafish Industry Authority’s Science Advisory Group. After gaining his Ph.D. in 1991, he joined CEFAS to lead research on the effects of human activities (fishing and aquaculture) on the marine environment. He joined Bangor University in 1998 where he has expanded these interests to encompass social and economic consequences of different approaches of managing fishing activities. He has authored over 180 peer reviewed publications and has written or edited 5 books.His current research focuses on techniques to achieve sustainable use of the marine environment, with a particular emphasis on developing techniques to minimise ecological impacts of fisheries and aquaculture, and research to underpin the appropriate use of marine protected areas. The latter focuses on recovery and dispersal dynamics in seabed communities and integration of spatial social and economic valuation of marine biodiversity. His research group provides scientific advice to the Welsh Government and the Isle of Man Government.
Søren Anker Pedersen
Søren Anker Pedersen is chief biologist at Marine Ingredients Denmark since 2015. He has a wide practical experience in marine ecology, covering more than 20 years of research in Greenland, Norwegian and Danish waters. His research includes zooplankton studies, recruitment processes for fish and shrimp, stock assessments of fish, shrimp and scallops, ecosystem modeling, as well as the effects of climate, ocean currents and fishing on the evolution of marine ecosystems. He was Professional Officer at ICES for 8 years e.g. as coordinator for the EMPAS project "Environmentally sound fisheries management in protected areas" and the ICES Training Programme. His Ph.D. thesis “Mortality on northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis) and species interactions on the offshore West Greenland shrimp grounds” is from University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1995.
Trygve Berg Lea
Trygve Berg Lea is sustainability manager in the fishfeed company Skretting with headquarters in Stavanger, Norway. Skretting is part of Nutreco - a global leader in animal nutrition and fish feed.He has worked with different aspects of fish nutrition for the last 30 years. His primary interest has been working with implementing new research findings into new products and knowledge support for the aquaculture industry. He now leads the work in Skretting within the area of sustainability.Mr. Lea graduated from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in 1981 and has since then worked in various positions within salmon aquaculture.