Events Calendar

November14
RBC Senior Gold Conference
September25
Denver Gold Forum

Commitments & Recognition

Kinross is an original signatory to the International Cyanide Management Code for the Manufacture, Transport, and Use of Cyanide in the Production of Gold (ICMI). Kinross was the first mining company to have its own transportation group certified in the Code, and the first company to achieve certification in Russia. The current status of Kinross certification can be found on the Kinross signatory page of the ICMI website.
Kinross endorses the Principles and Criteria of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). Our operations in Ghana and Mauritania report into those countries' reporting systems, which have been determined by EITI to be fully compliant with the Principles and Criteria.
In 2010, Kinross became a participant to the United Nations Global Compact - the world's largest corporate responsibility initiative with over 6,500 business and non-business participants across 135 countries.
Kinross supports the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights and has implemented a Human Rights Adherence and Verification Program. The program helps ensure that all security personnel, as well as key site management, understand and are consistently compliant with the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights. It provides guidance to ensure that each location has robust systems for allegation reporting and verification, investigation and resolution, monitoring investigations conducted by public officials and other essential elements of security oversight. Training is conducted on an annual basis, and all of Kinross' security workers are trained under the program.
Since 2006, Kinross has disclosed its carbon emissions within the CDP framework. Our reports can be found here.
Kinross participated in the World Gold Council’s Responsible Gold Steering Committee, which developed the Conflict-Free Gold Standard in consultation with a wide range of stakeholders. Our Conflict Free Gold Reports are available here.
The Devonshire Initiative is a forum for leading international development NGOs and mining companies to come together to seek improved social and community development outcomes in communities where our members operate.

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