(a) an emphasis on self-regulation; and(ab) . . . . . . . .(b) planning before forest operations; and(c) delegated and decentralized approvals for forest practices plans and other forest practices matters; and(d) a forest practices code which provides practical standards for forest management, timber harvesting and other forest operations; and(e) an emphasis on consultation and education; and(ea) an emphasis on research, review and continuing improvement; and(eb) the conservation of threatened native vegetation communities; and(f) provision for the rehabilitation of land in cases where the forest practices code is contravened; and(g) an independent appeal process; and(h) through the declaration of private timber reserves a means by which private land holders are able to ensure the security of their forest resources.