The Responsible Business Alliance’s Responsible Minerals Initiative(RMI) and the Copper Mark will hold a series of workshops to present and discuss the revised Risk Readiness Assessment (RRA)
The workshops aim to:
- familiarize participants with the revised RRA and its major changes
- receive feedback on those changes
The workshops will be held virtually via Zoom.
Registration is required to ensure participation.
Workshops are tailored to specific audiences and geographies. To register, please select the workshop that is relevant to your company through the registration link.
The RRA is used by over 320 mining, smelting, refining, and manufacturing sites across multiple metals including aluminum, alumina, bauxite, cobalt, copper, gold, graphite, iron ore, lead, lithium, mica, molybdenum, nickel, palladium, platinum, rare earth elements, silver, steel, tantalum, tin, tungsten, and zinc.
The RRA is both a set of criteria for responsible production and a tool for companies to assess and communicate their environmental, social and governance practices. Its main uses are:
- As voluntary self-assessment and self-reporting tool for minerals and metals producers and processors participating in the RMI’s Responsible Minerals Assurance Process.
- As the foundation of the RMI's Environmental, Social, and Governance Standard for Mineral Supply Chains; and
- As the foundation of the Copper Mark Criteria for Responsible Production against which sites are independently assessed during the Copper Mark Assurance Process.
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