International Tin Association (ITA) members today commenced publishing their second Code of Conduct reports. The reports highlight company’s performance against widely accepted environmental, social and governance (ESG) expectations and benchmarks, including ILO Conventions, ISO 14001 and 45001 Standards.
ITA and its members have been working together on developing the tin Code of Conduct’s 10 Principles supported with more than 70 Standards. The Codes’ approach to progressive reporting has been adopted to provide an opportunity for positive change among all operators, including the many small scale and artisanal miners whose livelihoods depend on the mineral sector and who make an important contribution to tin supply.
Learn more about ITA’s tin industry Code of Conduct and progress via https://www.internationaltin.org/code-of-conduct/