Scanning the Laava Smart Fingerprint on your certificate
1 – Visit https://harpsonline.com.au in your smartphone browser, to bring up the scanner (no app is needed to download).
2 – Scan the unique Smart Fingerprint found on your HAPRS Certificate.
3 – The scan will pull up a single webpage which will display the digital records as they are currently kept in the HARPS Database.
4 – Compare the information between the HARPS Certificate and Laava webpage. If you find that the information is matching and consistent, you can feel confident that the certificate is accurate and authentic.
5 – If the scanned information does not match the certificate information then please call the HARPS Helpline 1300 852 219
This refers to accounting for all sales, losses and storage of a given quantity or production. The HARPS Technical Advisory Group (H-TAG) have worked together to develop the Mass Balance Fact Sheet to assist you with calculating mass balance and explaining why mass balance calculation is so important.
A Decision Graphic has been developed to assist suppliers in determining whether their business requires HARPS. The terminology in this graphic replaces the previous references to ‘Direct’ and ‘Indirect’ suppliers, and uses a tiering system to define supply chain responsibilities and actions required by suppliers.
Updated HARPS Extension and Exemption Request Form
Extensions will follow the same process as usual. Suppliers are required to seek approval on an individual basis with each retail customer. For Tier 2 suppliers, this means via your Tier 1 customer.
HARPS Example Templates
The templates provided below are for guidance only. Each business should either develop their own checklists or adapt the templates provided to reflect the specific activities conducted by the business. The use of these guidance templates will not affect the HARPS audit outcome, they are simply to provide assistance.
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