Security is a core requirement for all Project stakeholders including individuals, local communities, the business and local authorities.

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The “Base Way” guides our principles and policy on managing security and involves collaborative efforts with all stakeholders.

Our Security Policy

Being cognisant of its role in the community, Base Titanium considers engagement with local communities, authorities and civil society as paramount in establishing positive relationships in its areas of operation.

We acknowledge that the company and its stakeholders share a common goal in ensuring respect for human rights, as established by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Safeguarding its personnel and assets is a task that is always approached in compliance with local laws and international best practice on law enforcement principles.

In particular, the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights is a global initiative that provides guidance on maintaining safety and security of the company’s operations within a framework that ensures respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. Base Titanium aspires to operate within this framework and, to this end, continuously seeks to comply with these principles in its security management.

See also UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights.