SMK consists of several divisions. Although we are not really that hierarchical at all. Because everyone is equal and valuable. We also have several Boards of Experts, a Timber Procurement Admission Committee, and a Complaint Committee. Curious about how the organizational structure works? Read on.
Sustainability begins at…
The heart! We care about nature, the environment, animals, energy, climate, water, wood and about you. Our organization is the beating heart of several integral quality labels and programs. And these would not exist without our director, supervisory board, employees, Boards of Experts, and Committees.
Director and Supervisory Board
SMK has a Supervisory Board and a director. The Supervisory Board (RvT) decides on the approval of the budget, annual accounts, and strategy. It also supervises the execution of the policy and management, led by director Gijs Dröge, of the organization.
An organizational chart visually depicts the organizational structure of SMK. The composition of SMK is a snapshot, which is largely determined by the demand for certificates and the initiatives to do so financed by third parties.
Click below for a large version of the organization chart.
Boards of Experts and Committees
SMK has a complaint regulation that gives the possibility to ask for a judgement from an independent Complaint Committee. This Committee is used if the parties cannot find each other through a settlement.Read more
Timber Procurement Assessment Committee (TPAC)
This Committee oversees the Dutch procurement of wood.Read more