Mawson acknowledges that Environmental, Social and Governance ("ESG") forms a comprehensive framework for our Company to successfully navigate and balance the benefits of our projects to the planet, people and profit.

We are proud to be the first mining company to publish our inaugural certified ESG score by Digbee Ltd on their platform. Learn more here



Mawson ensures a continual assessment of operations to ensure protection of the environment, the community and the health and safety of employees. The Company has adopted a policy and maintains appropriate procedures to ensure that all Company activities are carried out in compliance with safety regulations, in a culture where the safety of personnel is paramount.

The Company has adopted the Minerals Council of Australia’s (MCA) commitment to eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace. Details on the MCA's commitment, policy and code of conduct can be found here.

Mawson recognises environmental sustainability and respect for cultural and heritage issues as essential requirements for all activities. Procedures are maintained to ensure that the activity of employees and contractors are in accordance with this ethos.

Mawson understands its responsibilities to various groups and therefore, the company follows industry best practice in negotiations with all stakeholders.

Mawson will ensure an appropriate level of contact and negotiation with all stakeholders including landowners, indigenous peoples, community and hunting groups and regional authorities.

The Environmental, Health and Safety Policy has been adopted to affirm Mawson's commitment to protecting the environment as well as the health and safety of its directors, officers, employees and consultants and the communities in which Mawson conducts its activities. Pursuant to the Environmental, Health and Safety Policy, management will ensure that environmental, health and safety policies, programs, and performance standards are an integral part of our planning and decision-making. Mawson's directors, officers, employees and consultants are responsible and accountable for compliance and have an obligation to bring issues forward to management for resolution.