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COI Panel Terms of Reference 2020

The COI Panel will assist MAC and its member companies to achieve excellence in sustainability performance acting on the TSM guiding principles, and to make a strong positive contribution to economic and social development in Canada, the communities where they work, and where relevant, other countries.

Panel Objectives

  1. Identify to the MAC Board of Directors current and emerging priority issues (environmental, social, cultural, and economic) for the sector (issue strategic planning)
  2. Receive feedback from MAC on the industry’s performance and on issues raised by its communities of interest, including through community-level engagement processes undertaken by member companies
  3. Provide a place for rich and well-informed (national level) dialogue and for MAC and its members to test industry policies and approaches, and to bring issues for advice (beyond the TSM program elements)
  4. Advise and encourage MAC and its members to improve and raise the bar for environmental, social, and economic performance
  5. Advise MAC on the on-going development and implementation of TSM and review TSM implementation results
  6. Contribute to the understanding of and support for the goals and achievements of TSM among MAC communities of interest

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