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Signatory Certification Agreement

One. An operation that is active where it has been designated by an undersigned company for certification must have completed the site inspection portion of its initial certification audit within three years of designation for certification. The Hague Convention to Abolish the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, the Apostille Convention or the Apostille Treaty is an international treaty developed by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. It lays down the manner in which a document issued in one of the signatory States may be certified for legal purposes in all the other signatory States. A certification in accordance with the provisions of the Convention is called apostille (from Latin post illa, then French: a marginal note) or the Hague apostille. [2] This is an international certification comparable to a certification in domestic law, which usually complements a local certification of the document. If the convention applies between two countries, such an apostille is sufficient to attest to the validity of a document and eliminates the need for double certification by the country of origin and then by the country of destination. G. An undersigned shipper/carrier who adds or modifies carriers, ports or other elements of a certified supply chain: for example, the receipt of uncertified cyanide in a signatory`s C-certified C-certified mine. A cyanide production facility or cyanide transport operation, certified pre-operation, must inform ICMI within 90 days of the date of the first production or transport of cyanide and have completed the location inspection portion of its certification audit within six months of that date. 3. The lead auditor shall provide ICMI, within nine months of the start of operations by the new carrier, with a supplement to the supply chain certification audit report, which assesses the compliance of the new carrier. 3.

Within 90 days of the completion of the location inspection portion of the audit, submit to ICMI a certification audit report consisting of a detailed audit report, a summary audit report, a credential auditor, and a letter from an authorized representative of the undersigned entity authorizing ICMI to publish the summary audit report on the Cyanide Code site. One. An undersigned company that has voluntarily withdrawn from its participation in the cyanide code or that has been denounced by its participation in the cyanide code may apply to be re-adopted for the program by submitting to ICMI a new application for a signatory and the corresponding signature fee. In addition, the auditor must provide ICMI with comprehensive assurance audit reports, with findings of full compliance for D. A certified or certified operation, but which has suspended the activity for at least six months, may enter the status of “temporarily inactive” by filing an updated signatory application. In order for a temporary inactivity process to be reintegrated into the certification program, it must apply to ICMI: f. When the certification of a company requires a new audit, it is no longer necessary to submit internal compliance audit reports within one year before the submission of the new audit report. D. Verification of completeness: ICMI reviews the certification audit reports submitted to ensure that all necessary information has been provided by the independent external auditor.

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