In every corner of the globe where Triton operates, we are fully committed to responsible environmental protection, accountable corporate social responsibility and transparent and regular community engagement and accommodation.
Our environmental commitments and respective operations are rooted in the International Standards Organization (ISO) 14001 Certification Regime. The ISO has long established Environmental Management Systems which are recognized internationally. Triton has built our management practices and operations to fully conform to these standards and have successfully achieved Certified operations under the Rainforest Alliance for our largest operations in Canada and Ghana. Triton shall also pursue Certification for our developing project in French Guiana.
Triton has also established our Corporate Social Responsibilities based on the International Standards Organization (ISO) 14001 Certification Regime. Accordingly, our management practices and operations in each country we operate in are revised to conform to these standards and the local legislation and regulations. This ensures Triton can purse Certified operations in each jurisdiction we pursue Concessions.
Leading up to any of Triton’s concessions advancing to an operational phase, Triton engages with all relevant authorities and stakeholders to examine their respective expectations and concerns.
Discussions range across a broad spectrum of topics, which often include, but are not limited to:
- environmental protection (water, fisheries, wildlife, air, soil, noise, waste management, monitoring);
- rights and title considerations;
- local employment and training;
- of course health and safety.
Triton incorporates any such concerns within our planning framework to remain accountable.