This page describes the consultation process for the review of the SEG Standard in 2017.
It explains the agreed procedure, terms of reference, the timetable, consultation events, a record of comments received and how they have been considered and included.
Timetable for the review
|January 2017||Intention to review the Standard and how people can engage published. See the announcement of 16 January 2017.|
|February 2017||Review started. Comments invited on the existing Standard from users and interested parties|
|March 2017||SEG Leadership Team met to re-affirm objectives for the Standard in line with the Theory of Change.|
|Early June 2017||1st draft Version 6 published for 60 days’ consultation|
|16 June 2017||Consultation at SEG Conference, London|
|July 2017||Consultation Events|
|September 2017||Leadership team and Panel meet (may be virtual or by correspondence) to consider further amendments following consultation|
|1 December||Publish second version for 30 days’ consultation|
|January 2018||Review Panel meets to consider further amendments following consultation|
|February – May 2018||Correspondence with consultees to explain how comments have been used, further revisions and consultation|
|June 2018||New Standard (Version 6) published and available for use|
Consultation events and invitations have been /will be made as follows:
January 2017: Email to all 860 SEG contacts and a Tweet of the intention to review the Standard in 2017. Link.
February 2017: Email to all SEG contacts and a Tweet to invite people to make any comments on the current Standard, and the timetable for review in 2017. Link.
2 June 2017: Email to all SEG contacts advising them that the first draft of the new Standard is published and open to comment until 31 July 2017. Link.
16 June 2017: 2 hour workshop at the SEG Conference in London. Records of the flip-charts with comments made by delegates are available here.
6 September 2017: Meeting with the National Comite des Peches, and the French Fishermen, Paris.
Records of the flip-charts with comments made by delegates in the workshop of the SEG Conference in London on 16 June are available here.
Consideration of comments