Human Rights

Sierra Rutile recognises all human rights as defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Group is committed to ensuring its operations do not infringe on these rights, for instance by providing fair, safe and secure working conditions in line with the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. The Group respects the right to freedom of association and consults employees and trade unions about changes to the Group’s business and employment conditions including complying with the Sierra Leone Labour Laws and Collective Bargaining Agreement (“CBA”).

Local communities are consulted during project development and any major operational changes that may affect them, and we respect and protect local heritage and culture. The Group does not tolerate any form of child or forced labour at any of its operations. The Group complies with local legislation with regard to employee age.