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RESPONSIBLE MINING & SOURCING OF MATERIALS

In a rapidly changing world with increasing demand for raw materials, is it possible to make their extraction, processing and shipping truly responsible?

 

Responsible Mining and Sourcing of Materials Course

 

Course Description 

This training course explores:

  • What is meant by responsible mining?  Expectations set by different stakeholders.

  • Frameworks and principles already established for responsible mining

  • The miners perspective:  how to mine responsibly

  • The investors perspective:  how to invest in natural resources responsibly

  • Reporting and communicating on responsible mining and sourcing

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • Those interested in learning about responsible mining and sourcing of materials

  • Those engaged in mining activities looking for a concise summary of expectations they are expected to meet

  • Those looking to explore case studies of how other mining companies have managed to achieve it.

  • Investors looking to invest in truly responsible mining activities that meet all ESG requirements.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

—Jordyn Aitken, HSE Systems Manager ALLTECH

"I never expected an online training to be so energetic and interactive, but I didn’t feel at all like we were missing anything by not being in a classroom. So many great takeaways for me (as is evidenced by my copious notes taken), and I leave the training feeling inspired with plenty of food for thought. Really brilliant training, and I wish I’d taken it sooner! So thanks to you all for everything."

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Meet one of the trainers

DR SARAH GORDON

Dr Sarah Gordon is passionate about both risk management and training.  No matter where she is delivering her training courses, be it in the heart of the Congo or in the Satarla Training Centre in London, they are always energetic, informative and fun.  

 

Sarah started out as an Exploration Geologist, working for one of the world’s largest mining companies.  Lucky enough to have lived and worked in countries like Canada, Brazil, South Africa and the UK, she moved from Geology into Safety & Sustainability and then Risk Management. 

 

In 2014, Sarah co-founded Satarla with two other risk management experts:  Laura Mallabone (Engineer) and Tankiso Moloi (Accountant).  Together, they have built Satarla to the 75-strong (and counting!) Associates of today, based all around the world.  

 

Satarla is passionate about making risk management real and practical.  Our three focal points of Risk Management Training, Consultancy and Research enable Satarla to constantly challenge best practice within risk management and ensure all advice given is based on experience.

 

Sarah is an accredited trainer and course designer for the Institute of Risk Management, Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London, Associate Researcher at the University of Johannesburg, Chair for Foreign and External Affairs at the Geological Society of London and the CEO of Satarla.

RESPONSIBILITY IN MINING: HOW TO MAKE DIFFICULT DECISIONS

RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT IN NATURAL RESOURCES

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RESPONSIBLE RAW MATERIALS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the context of responsible mining and sourcing

  • Explore what is changing in the industry around ESG

  • Review your organisations reporting and communication on responsible mining  

OUTCOMES

  • Learn about responsible mining and sourcing frameworks and principles

  • Understand the different stakeholders ( full value chain ) involved in responsible mining

  • Identify where your organisation can implement controls and actions to demonstrate ESG goals

 

OUR LOCATIONS

We have teams and clients based all over the world, from London to Johannesburg, Sydney, Santiago and Vancouver.

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