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TSM Mini Book (2019)

TSM is an award-winning performance system that helps mining companies evaluate and manage their environmental and social responsibilities. It is a set of tools and indicators to drive performance and ensures that key mining risks are managed responsibly at participating mining and metallurgical facilities.

Participation in TSM is mandatory for MAC’s members. This involves subscribing to TSM’s Guiding Principles, which are backed by specific performance indicators that member companies publicly report on annually in TSM Progress Reports.

By adhering to TSM’s Guiding Principles, mining companies exhibit leadership by:

  • Engaging with communities.
  • Driving world-leading environmental practices.
  • Committing to the safety and health of employees and surrounding communities.

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