Corporate Social Responsibility
Red Rock’s Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) policy recognises that as a junior explorer and natural resource investor, the Company has a responsibility to the local communities in which it works, ensuring that the projects it brings off the ground are undertaken with responsible behaviours. The Company’s framework for CSR places emphasis on stakeholder engagement and information dissemination, ensuring the local community is aware of plans and activities. Where appropriate, the Company also undertakes sustainable development projects including capacity building, scholarships, and other ventures.
Health and Safety
The Company includes Health and Safety (“H&S”) procedures and frameworks in all of its planning and field activities, with emphasis on top-down as well as bottom-up ownership and responsibility, quality training of all personnel, and risk assessments that go beyond regulatory compliance. Comprehensive Risk Assessments of Health and Safety Systems have been developed to identify existing risks, to implement relevant mitigation measures, and to identify potential risks before they may be directly applicable to our operations. Red Rock’s H&S strategy includes project and location specific training and H&S inductions, Emergency Response Plans and field team reporting procedures.