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Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

csr in mining companies

(PDF) CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN

Some experts say there are still important gaps between mining companies’ CSR activities, on the one hand, and accountability and fairness, on the other. The CSR concept is relatively new in the...

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry

2006-1-1  CSR is a helpful conceptual framework for exploring the corporate attitude of companies towards stakeholders. For the mining industry, CSR is about balancing the diverse demands of communities, and the imperative to protect the environment, with the ever-present need to make a profit.

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The paper begins with a review of CSR in the mining industry, corporate community initiatives and the problem of mining dependency at a national, regional and local level. CSR in the mining industry Walker and Howard (2002) outline several reasons why CSR and other such voluntary initiatives are important for mining companies. These include the

(PDF) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the

The paper begins with a review of CSR in the mining industry, corporate community initiatives and the problem of mining dependency at a national, regional and local level. CSR in the mining...

Corporate Social Responsibility Activities of Mining

2015-6-29  cial Responsibility (CSR) call but some still face open resistance from members of the communities who see them (mining companies) as socially irresponsible. The research sought to unearth the views and concerns of the local communities about the CSR activities of mining companies in the Ashanti, Eastern and Western regions of Ghana.

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Industries

2014-3-13  The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes of mining companies tend to focus on community initiatives as their impact in economic, social and environmental terms is felt greatest at the local level. However, the effectiveness of CSR initiatives in the oil, gas and mining sectors has been increasingly questioned.

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CSR, Sustainability and the Mining Business E & MJ

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2017-8-29  Jenkins & Obara (2006) in their paper, "Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the mining industry-the risk of community dependency' discusses the interlink between companies in the mining sector and their customers and argues that inasmuch as the relationship has to be maintained, a proper mechanism has to be adopted to avoid dependence.

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry:

2018-7-4  The purpose of this paper is to explore how and what drives corporate social responsibility (CSR) in host communities of mining companies in developing countries.,To address this knowledge gap, this paper used Ghana as a test case and conducted 24 in-depth interviews with participants drawn from mining host communities.,The paper discovered that while CSR is broadly understood and

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Industries

2014-3-13  The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes of mining companies tend to focus on community initiatives as their impact in economic, social and environmental terms is felt greatest at the local level. However, the effectiveness of CSR initiatives in the oil, gas and mining sectors has been increasingly questioned.

[PDF] Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the

Using a case study of two multinational mining companies operating in the Western Region of Ghana, West Africa, this paper aims to examine the community development approaches of large scale mining companies, with particular reference to how they may engender community dependency. The paper begins with a review of CSR in the mining industry, corporate community initiatives and the problem of

Overview of CSR for mining companies mkklaw.net

2018-3-22  CSR became more formalized in 2010 when Government Regulation no 23, regarding Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining (GR 23) was issued. In GR 23, companies were ordered to send reports on their CSR programs every six months to the minister, governor, or

International CSR The Mining Association of Canada

Canadian mining companies operate in more than 100 countries around the world, making it one of the few sectors of the Canadian economy that can call itself a global leader. Canadian mining investment overseas generates significant economic contributions to host countries and communities, helping to raise living standards and eradicating poverty where they operate. Over International CSR

CSR disclosures in mining companies: Repairing and

2021-3-26  This report analyses the use of legitimacy strategies by the platinum mining companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) post the Marikana incident. Content analysis is employed to study the CSR disclosures in the integrated reports of the companies from 2011 to 2013, using pre-determined content themes

CSR IN SOUTH AFRICA MINING SECTOR

2017-8-29  There have been various CSR frameworks adopted by different companies for the past 30 years. lt is criticai to study them and understand their impact and their overall significance both to the companies and to the communities. There have been many companies engaging in or showing interest in the mining sector in South Africa.

Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa's Mining

2016-5-3  CSR has great potential in assisting with addressing socio-economic challenges and meeting the development goals of a developing nation. The large CSR budgets of major mining companies testify to this. From 2012 to 2014 Anglo American Platinum spent ZAR 100 million ($9.4 million) on education programmes in Limpopo and North

Sustainable CSR and Mining in South Africa NGO Pulse

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2013-1-15  Integration of CSR into mainstream business: While we are seeing greater awareness of CSR among leading companies in the industry, it remains on the periphery for many companies. In particular, the business processes and systems needed to manage the complexities of social and environmental performance—specifically the coordination across

Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Industries

2014-3-13  The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes of mining companies tend to focus on community initiatives as their impact in economic, social and environmental terms is felt greatest at the local level. However, the effectiveness of CSR initiatives in the oil, gas and mining sectors has been increasingly questioned.

[PDF] Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the

Using a case study of two multinational mining companies operating in the Western Region of Ghana, West Africa, this paper aims to examine the community development approaches of large scale mining companies, with particular reference to how they may engender community dependency. The paper begins with a review of CSR in the mining industry, corporate community initiatives and the problem of

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE MINING

The paper offers an easy-to-use CSR performance chart (composed of 31 indicators and a global index), intended as an internal measure for companies of CSR continuous improvement. KEYWORDS: CSR (corporate social responsibility), management excellence, mining industry, ethics, sustainability.

Corporate Social Responsibility Activities of Mining

Mining companies in Ghana seem to have responded somehow over the years to the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) call but some still face open resistance from members of the communities who see them (mining companies) as socially irresponsible. The research sought to unearth the views and concerns of the local communities about the CSR activities of mining companies in the Ashanti,

Corporate Social Responsibility DiVA portal

2016-10-5  knowledge of the practical level of CSR in the mining industry. The ISO 26000 standard has been used as a framework consistently throughout the research process. The case studies gave information about the practical level of CSR in the mining industry and interesting similarities have been found. Both case companies have

Regulating Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the

2020-5-27  social responsibility (CSR) approaches in large scale mining. In this policy brief, I analyze how the government and gold mining companies framed a range of socio-political pressures as various types of risks and positioned formal 1 Aside from Kumtor, there are eight gold mines of medium and large sizes in production (NRGI, 2017).

Why mining companies should drop CSR and

2015-8-26  Companies should realize this relationship, and develop strategies within their inclusive business models that could support biodiversity conservation and improved livelihoods simultaneously. With a little creative brainstorming, mining companies can reach a scale and impact well beyond that of traditional CSR policies becoming inclusive.

Top 10 CSR Issues and Trends for the Extractives

2013-1-15  Integration of CSR into mainstream business: While we are seeing greater awareness of CSR among leading companies in the industry, it remains on the periphery for many companies. In particular, the business processes and systems needed to manage the complexities of social and environmental performance—specifically the coordination across

Six Reasons Companies Should Embrace CSR Forbes

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