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Free Presentations On Halal

By: Dr. Hani Mansour Al-Mazeedi

English - A glance on traceability in Halal Products

English - An overview on international Halal standards

English - Challenges Facing Real Halal

English - Common Mistakes Practiced by HCB

English - Concepts on stunning of animals and birds

English - Documents in Halal

English - Food safety in religious food

English - Globalization of Halal Standard

English - Guidelines for Halal Laboratories

English - Halal Culture (Education)

English - Introduction To Halal

English - Islam and genetically modified foods

English - Islamic supervision methodology of Halal Products

English - Istihala

English - Nucleus working group for Halal research

English - Pitfalls in Halal standards

English - Potential opportunities in the Halal market

English - Skills in Controlling Critical Points in the Halal Industry and its Services

English - The real Halal (5F-Halal)

English - Toward a disciplined fatwas for pharmaceutical and healthcare products

English - Updates on Processes and Ingredients from Halal Control Perspectives

English - Why Halal

Englsih - Good Halal Practices

Halal Culture (Education)

HSA manual-guidelines-for-halal-industry-and-services-english-2013

Arabic - A glance on traceability in Halal Products

Arabic - Challenges Facing Real Halal

Arabic - Common Mistakes Practiced by HCB

Arabic - Concepts on stunning of animals and birds

Arabic - Halal F&Q Halal Guidelines

Arabic - Islamic supervision methodology of Halal Products

Arabic - Istihala

Arabic - Potential opportunities in the Halal market

Arabic - Sharieah rule of stunned meat

Arabic - Skills in Controlling Critical Points in the Halal Industry and its Services

Arabic & English - Manual Guidelines for Halal Industry and Services


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Major Halal Accreditation/Certification Bodies

EIAC - Emirates International Accreditation Centre (EIAC) was established pursuant to Law number (27) for the year 2015, issued by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai, to become the governmental accreditation body of the Emirate of Dubai. Visit Website To Know More

SMIIC - The Standards and Metrology Institute for Islamic Countries (SMIIC), as a sound mechanism for harmonization of standards among the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation(OIC) countries and for preparation of new ones, aims at realizing harmonized standards in the Member States and eliminating technical barriers to trade and thus developing the trade among themselves. It shall establish certification and accreditation schemes for the purpose of expediting exchange of materials, manufactured goods and products among Member States beginning with mutual recognition of certificates. Visit Website To Know More

GAC - The Governments of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) approved the establishment of the Gulf Accreditation Centre, in order to provide reliable services to destinations conformity assessment of laboratories and points of inspection and certification bodies in all Member States, including supporting the GCC joint action and to facilitate trade and to support the industry and the national economy in the Member States and support the implementation of the legislative system Gulf to adjust the products in the Gulf market and the application of procedures and rules of conformity in the Member States the center. Visit Website To Know More

JAKIM - The Islamic Development Department of Malaysia (JAKIM) is a federal government agency in Malaysia that administers Islamic religious affairs in Malaysia. JAKIM is the main Halal certification and accreditation body in Malaysia. Visit Website To Know More

MUIS - Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (Muis), also known as the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, was established as a statutory body in 1968 when the Administration of Muslim Law Act (AMLA) came into effect. Under AMLA, Muis is to advise the President of Singapore on all matters relating to Islam in Singapore. Visit Website To Know More

MUI - LPPOM MUI had been established based on the mandate of the government / state that the Indonesian Council of Ulama (Majelis Ulama Indonesia, MUI) play an active role in relieving cases of lard 1988 in Indonesia. LPPOM MUI establish Januari 6th, 1989 by conducting a proper inspection/examination and halal certification. Visit Website To Know More


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