CNRA – Centralized National Risk Assessment
Centralized national risk assessment (CNRA) means the national risk assessment developed by the FSC International Center.
CNRA is an instrument developed by FSC® to cover at global level the risk assessments on “Controlled Wood”. The main objective of CNRA is the identification of low risk areas or specific risk for each of the fifth categories and, if appropriate, the measures considered for identified risks mitigation.
This approach support organizations (supporting some of their specific obligations) and in the same time ensures an objective and harmonized risk determination through a transparent and participatory process.