Quarterly status reports give a snapshot overview of the project status including data on the scale and progress of the project, statistics on risk incidents, a summary of local consultation and mitigation resources and level of engagement with the supply chain.
Whistleblowing is an important mechanism used to trigger incidents safely. It helps to ensure transparency in operations and adherence to standards and policies without endangering the informant. All participants in the programme should be aware of the policy.
These assessments are carried out periodically across the iTSCi regions by evaluators and experts, looking at risks and at stakeholder performance against OECD and other relevant due diligence standards. They are used by members…
The unique network of staff that iTSCi has on the ground is an opportunity to make an even more positive difference by looking at broader social and economic issues.
On the ground teams of the iTSCi operator help to collect local information on risks to discuss with all stakeholders. Stakeholder committees work on mitigation and resolution.
iTSCi follows the transport of minerals in the international market through traders to smelters. Information is provided to the iTSCi data centre and made available to downstream users.
Mines and companies apply to join iTSCi and undertake an independent evaluation process before approval. Members are expected to recognise OECD Guidance and act responsibly in the supply chain.