SALCRA involve in the following important organisations:
- MPOA - Malaysian Palm Oil Association
- Member at National Level.
- Member for Marketing & Promotion.
- Committe Member of State MPOA.
- MPOB - Malaysian Palm Oil Board
- Member for National Productivity & Enhancing Competitiveness Committe.
- Member for Licensing Review Panel
- MPOA - Malaysian Palm Oil Council
- Council Member
- RSPO - Roundtable Sustainable Palm Oil
- Involved in drafting National Interpretation for Malaysia.
- Chairman & Member for Legal, Labour & Social Issues Working Group.
- Member of Agronomic & Mill Working Group.
- SDI - Sarawak Development Institute
- Member, NCR Land Development Committee
- AZAM - Angkatan Zaman Mansang
- Member, Community Development Committe.
COLLABORATION WITH OTHER BODIES
SALCRA had involved in the development of Majlis Latihan Vokasional Kebangsaan (MLVK) Palm Oil Mill and Estates Module under programme:-
- Production Operator (Palm Oil Mill);
- Assistant Production technician (Palm Oil Mill)
Also, as one of the Panel of Advisors in the Diploma in Planting Industry and Management Programme, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Sarawak.
SALCRA was also invited by Universiti Putra Malaysia(UPM) to join the panel of experts throughout the country involved in the formulation of Strategic Plan (2006 – 2010) for its Institut Kajian Perladangan.
Some of our Recognition & Involvement...
Member of Lembaga Penilaian Tahap Kecekapan Kementerian (LPTKK), Ministry of Modernisation of Agriculture, Sarawak. Panel Member, Panel Penyemakan dan Pengesahan Keputusan Peperiksaan Penilaian Tahap Kecekapan (PTK) Skim Perkhidmatan G dan Q (G17-G41), Ministry of Modernisation of Agriculture, Sarawak. Panel Member, Panel Penyemakan dan Pengesahan Keputusan Peperiksaan Penilaian Tahap Kecekapan (PTK) Skim Perkhidmatan Gunasama (N17-N41), Unit Pengurusan Sumber Manusia, Jabatan Ketua Menteri. Quality Assurance Manager (QAM) for Penilaian Tahap Kecekapan (PTK) Skim Perkhidmatan G41, G32 and G27 under Ministry of Modernisation of Agriculture, Sarawak.
SALCRA also participated in the Palm Oil and Timber Technical and Promotional Working Visit to Holland, Belgium and the United Kingdom from 7th–15th September 2008, led by Yang Berhormat Datuk Peter Chin, Minister for Plantation Industries and Commodities, Malaysia.
SALCRA also participated in the tour on “Peat Congress” in Tulamore Ireland from 8th-13thJune 2008, with the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Modernisation of Agriculture.
SALCRA also participated in the public hearing into the Inquiry into Food Standards Amendments (Truth in labeling – Palm Oil) Bill 2010 held in Canberra, Australia on 18 April 2011.
SALCRA had attended the 9th Annual Public Serives Summit 2010, which was a three-day event, 9 – 11 December 2010, held in Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo, Norway.
In conjunction with SALCRA’s 30th Anniversary Dinner Celebration held on 11th May 2007 at Indoor Stadium Kuching, Yang Amat Berhormat Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud mentioned that, "SALCRA’s success after 30 years of existence lies in its ability in turning the many rural people to be self-propelled, standing on their own feet and observing work discipline in improving their own lives and thereby determining their own fate and future". This is one of the achievements where the employment opportunities created by SALCRA, the income and business generated, as well as the dividends paid out are of course very desirable and much appreciated but what is more important is in seeing that SALCRA has turned the once economically-deprived and rather socially–disorganised rural folks to no longer deprived and no longer disorganised.
During the SALCRA’s 30th Anniversary Dinner Celebration held on 11th May 2007, Yang Amat Berhormat Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud also mentioned that SALCRA has over the years changed the fate of rural folk into becoming more financially independent.
SALCRA has carved its big success within 30 years since 1976, after going through some difficulties in the early days due to doubts on modern land development. Perhaps, it is currently an agency that everyone can mention and talk about with satisfaction for doing its part well and for adhering to its main objectives most closely.