Board & Committee Guidelines
Our Board of Directors believes that the Company’s principal objective is to generate acceptable returns to our security holders. We believe good corporate governance practices dictate a timely response by the Company’s Board to situations that may directly affect share value.
For more details, download the Board Guidelines.
Governance & Nominating Committee
The main purpose of the Governance and Nominating Committee is:
- to provide a focus on governance that will enhance the Company's performance
- to assess and make recommendations regarding the Board of Directors effectiveness
- to establish and lead the process for identifying, recruiting, appointing and re-appointing directors and providing for their ongoing professional development
For more details, download the Governance Committee Guidelines.
The Audit Committee's primary function is to assist the Board in fulfilling its financial reporting and control responsibilities to the Company’s shareholders and the investment community. The external auditors report directly to the Audit Committee.
For the Audit Committee’s primary duties and responsibilities, download the Audit Committee Guidelines.
Sustainability, Environment, Health & Safety Committee
The main purpose of the Sustainability, Environment, Health and Safety Committee is to review and monitor the Company’s relevant activities on behalf of the Board of Directors. The Committee may investigate any company activity relating to environment, health and sustainability.
For more details, download the Sustainability EH&S Guidelines.
The Compensation Committee has been initiated by our Board of Directors to establish a plan of continuity for executive officers and other members of senior management. The Committee ensures the Company’s executive compensation plan is sufficiently rewarding and competitive to attract, retain and inspire a level of Executive Management performance that will enhance the sustainable profitability and growth of the Company.
For more details, download the Compensation Committee Guidelines.