AFS Certification


The Australian Forestry Standard is an Australian, not-for-profit, membership-based organisation with a mission to promote sustainable forest management in Australia. It is a Nationally based Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes (PEFC) accredited scheme in Australia.

Under AFS certification, the chain of custody of forests is tracked back through the supply chain to verify the management of forests.

See the Timber Technical Guide for more information on AFS and Timber Certification Schemes.

Types of AFS Certification

  1. The Australian Forestry Standard [AS 4708-2007]
  2. The Chain of Custody Standard [AS 4707-2006] or <PEFC's Annex 4: Chain of Custody of Forest Based Products - Requirements

For more information about AFS Certification, click here.

See the detailed assessment of each certified product for certification number and type.