Falsified signatures

The falsified signatures can be recognized as separate scans added to the reports.
The falsified signatures can be recognized as separate scans added to the reports.

It has come to my attention that several documents by PT AJA Sertifikasi Indonesia (AJA) bear my “signature”, including a PEFC Public Audit Report – SFM and a PEFC Package Submission Checklist. I herewith clarify that these “signatures” have been added without my consent, while various reports were altered without my approval. Consequently, I do not support the findings in any document by AJA that bears my “signature” (easily recognized as a separate image when right-clicking on it; see image right).

Suspect documents include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. PEFC Audit Report Stage 1 for Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper – Meranti West (2015)
  2. PEFC Audit Report Stage 1 for Sumatera Riang Lestari – Garingging (2015)
  3. PEFC Audit Report Stage 1 for Sumatera Riang Lestari – Rupat (2015)
  4. PEFC Audit Report Stage 2 for Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper – Meranti West (2015)
  5. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for PT Arara Abadi (2015)
  6. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper (2015)
  7. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for Satria Perkasa Agung – Serapung (2015)
  8. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for Sumatera Riang Lestari – Sei Kabaro (2015)
  9. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for Sumatra Sylva Lestari – Padang Lawas (2015)
  10. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for Sumatra Sylva Lestari – Pasir Pangaraian (2015)
  11. PEFC Package Submission Checklist for Wananugraha Bimalestari (2014)
  12. PEFC Public Audit Report for Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper – Meranti West (2015)

Bart W van Assen
Bogor, March 2016

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