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قطاوة – قوانين تقييم الحلال و هيئة الاعتماد

Vision

QTAWA’s vision it to bring convenience and peace of mind to the Muslim consumer through Globally recognized as the Halal Accreditation platform.

Mission

“To Implement and enhance a worldwide integrated Halal market & safeguard of Muslim consumers rights. Our mission is to serve the global demand for Halal accreditation services through excellence in integrity, knowledge and service.”

Halal Accreditation process

Application submission

Halal certification Body submits applications

Acceptable

We accept the audit report

Document Review

Our team review the documents

Correction

HCB Provides evidence of correction and corrective action

If approved

Staff notifies Halal Certification Body and Issues certificate

Required audit scheduled

We fix a audit schedule with the client

Accreditation council

QTAWA MS Accreditation council Votes on Accreditation

Standards For
Halal Training Body (HTB)

  • Halal Implementer Course (QT-HT-02)
  • Certified Halal Principal Trainer (QT-HT-04)
  • Halal Financing (QT-HT-06)
  • Halal Lead Auditor Training (QT-HT-10)
  • Halal ingredient Analyst (QT-HT-05)

Standards For
Halal Certification Body (HCB)

  • OIC/SMIIC 2:2019
  • QTAWA 10:2019
  • HTACP H-09:2019
  • HAS 23000

Accreditation

HAS 23000 Halal Certification Standards

Definition

HAS 23000 is a standard that contains the requirements for halal certification, this standard was issued by Indonesia.

 

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HTACP H-09:2019

Halal certification helps compliant companies gain access to nearly a quarter of the world’s population. Halal is an Arabic word which simply means ‘permissible’. In today’s world Halal products are becoming more and more popular, as people are coming to know about its benefits.

 

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OIC/SMIIC 2:2019

New editions of OIC/SMIIC Halal Standards. The Standards and Metrology Institute for the Islamic Countries (SMIIC) as an intergovernmental organization, aims to set common standards to be implemented across the Organisation…

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QTAWA 10:2019

Purpose: The purpose of this document is to describe the requirements in conducting the process of accreditation assessment (pre-assessment, initial assessment, consecutive assessment, and reassessments) for halal certification bodies in accordance with QTAWA regulations and requirements.

 

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Following are the important sectors for Halal assessment.

Applicable Sectors

Meat & Poultry Dairy, Cheese, Ice Cream Oils and Cooking Agents
Beverages Modest Fashion Health and Beauty
Food Services Establishments Trade and service Meat & Poultry

 

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These are the Categories code that HCB can opt for accreditation process

A Farming 1 (Animals) animals; fish; egg production; milk production; beekeeping; fishing; hunting; trapping
B Farming 2 (Plants) fruits; vegetables; cereals; spices; horticultural products
C Processing 1 (Perishable animal products) including all activities after farming, e.g. slaughtering meat, poultry, eggs, dairy and fish products

 

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