Operating Ethically

As a public company, our overarching responsibility is to operate profitably and take advantage of opportunities to grow our business. This allows us to keep our commitments to our shareholders, employees, contractors, host-country governments and communities. To ensure that we protect our business and reputation, we commit to conducting all activities with integrity and the highest standards of responsible conduct. This includes avoiding actual and perceived conflicts of interest, having zero tolerance for corruption of any form, and respecting the rights of all people with whom we interact. We do this by rigorously implementing our policies and by ensuring we have the systems in place to conduct our business ethically.

2020 Highlights

Recorded, investigated and closed four reportable concerns submitted related to business conduct.

Completed an independent OECD-aligned audit of subsidiary and Moa Joint Venture responsible sourcing policies and due diligence management systems.

Developed a Sherritt Supplier Code of Conduct.

As part of our commitment to responsible production and supply, we worked with subsidiary management to develop a subsidiary Supplier Code of Conduct, subsidiary Grievance Standard, and other subsidiary supply chain due diligence documents.

Improved conformance with the OECD 5-Step Framework and with the Cobalt Industry Responsible Assessment Framework (CIRAF).

Meet Our Employees

Carlee Bekker Head of product stewardship, marketing

Carlee Bekker has been with Sherritt for nine and a half years. Currently, Carlee is the Head of Product Stewardship with responsibilities including life cycle assessment (LCA) projects and the responsible sourcing feed audit program.

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