Public Information

ITSCI is responsible for holding and sharing all kinds of information, with all kinds of people. We strive to do this in the most appropriate manner while complying with data holder regulations, protecting sensitive information sources, and following normal business expectations to avoid influencing competition; noting that the OECD guidance recognises information such as price and supplier relationships should not be public. We share information with our members companies, our partner governments and advisors at the earliest opportunity, and are pleased to publish some of that information, which you find here, at a later date.

ITSCI policy for release of reports, risk and general information; Information Release Policy.  

ITSCI policy for release of mineral source and trade volumesData Release Policy.

Information on Companies

COMPANY MANAGEMENT AND POLICIES

ITSCI publishes summaries of our member companies’ management strategies, due diligence plans, and risks as independently assessed when then join ITSCI and while they remain members (OECD Step 1)

COMPANY AUDIT REPORTS

ITSCI publishes independent audit reports on our member companies to verify their due diligence progress (OECD Step 4)

COMPANY ANNUAL DUE DILIGENCE REPORTS

ITSCI companies publish annual due diligence reports which explain their approach to managing and mitigating risks (OECD Step 5)

Information from the Field

MINERAL TONNAGE DATA

ITSCI publishes aggregated figures on mineral production, processing and export to provide transparent information on local and regional comparisons

FIELD ACTIVITY REPORTS

ITSCI publishes annual reports on field activities including comments on risks and impacts of weather, price, politics and security in each implementing area.

QUARTERLY STATUS REPORTS

ITSCI publishes one page quarterly status reports to give a snapshot overview of scale and progress of our work, numbers of risks, and engagement with the supply chain.

Information on Risks

RISK INCIDENT SUMMARIES

ITSCI publishes summaries of every risk identified trough our incident management system to show results from continual monitoring on the ground and how risks are resolved (OECD Step 3)

LOCAL STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS

ITSCI publishes summary minutes of meetings of stakeholders’ discussions that we establish at mine, province and national level in order to show how they help to resolve identified risks (OECD Step 3)

GOVERNANCE ASSESSMENTS

ITSCI publishes independent governance assessments to allow further evaluation of the local situation, to understand context and risks on the ground, at the level of governance and general progress (OECD Step 3)