The Global Mining Guidelines Group provides a safe, open space for industry-wide, multi-stakeholder collaboration. To do so, sound governance is required, including enforcement of a clear Antitrust Policy, and an established set of policies and procedures. Global Mining Guidelines Group’s management is available to answer any questions related to governance, and our policies and procedures are available on our virtual collaboration site.
The structure and organization of GMG governing bodies and committee is designed in a way to maximize communication and consultation, to ensure that the voices of our members and volunteers are contributing to and shaping all aspects of GMG’s work and decision-making.
The decision-making processes involve the Executive Council and Working Group Steering Committees reporting to each other, in addition to direct reporting between the Working Group Steering Committee and the Project Committees.
As part of the reporting and advising process at GMG, the Working Group Steering Committees report to the Executive Council on all work and input related to all Projects, Project Committees, and Working Groups report to the Executive Council. The Leadership Advisory Board, Governance Committee, and Regional Representatives advise the Executive Council on determining the direction and priorities of GMG, and the Executive Council is directly accountable to and held responsible by the members of GMG.
GMG has four different governing bodies that work in partnership to ensure that GMG is operating under high standards and that projects remain relevant and impactful.
As a membership-based organization, GMG Members vote on decisions relating to the governance and operations of the organization. During voting procedures, each GMG Member is entitled to vote, and each Member vote has equal weight. Members vote on:
More information on voting processes and procedures can be found in the governance manual.