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[PDF] Comprehensive Review of Minera Yanacocha’s Policies Based on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights - Executive summary [Peru]

Author: Dr. Gino Costa, commissioned by Newmont Mining and Minera Yanacocha, Published on: 12 May 2009

In 2007, Oxfam America and Newmont Mining Corporation…entered into a mediated dialogue under the auspices of the Voluntary Principles to address concerns raised by Oxfam America in regard to security practices at the Minera Yanacocha gold mining operation in Cajamarca, Peru. Minera Yanacocha is owned by Newmont, Buenaventura and IFC and managed by Newmont. Under the terms of reference for this dialogue, Newmont and Yanacocha agreed to commission an independent review of its security policies, procedures, practices and programs, and to make publicly available a summary of key findings and recommendations, unedited, from that review. The following has been prepared and is being made publicly available in fulfillment of this obligation. [also refers to Forza (part of Securitas), Explosupport, Andrick Service]

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Related companies: Forza (part of Securitas) Minera Yanacocha (joint venture Newmont, Sumitomo & Compañía de Minas Buenaventura) Newmont (formerly Newmont Goldcorp) Securitas AB Group