Activities and Plans
Current Standards Development Programs
The following table highlights the active standards development programs for the RJC.
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Key work programs for 2012 are as follows:
|Chain of Custody - diamonds||Timeframe: 2012||A sub-committee of the RJC Standards Committee is undertaking further consultation on the draft Chain-of-Custody standard’s applicability to diamonds. The Chain-of-Custody standard and associated documentation for precious metals was approved by the RJC Board in February 2012. The sub-committee will report to the RJC Standards Committee by February 2013.|
|RJC Code of Practices review||Timeframe: Formal review commencing in mid-2012||The review will include:
Past Standards Development Programs
Chain-of-Custody for Precious Metals - During 2010 to early 2012, the RJC worked with stakeholders to develop a Chain-of-Custody (CoC) standard for jewellery materials. In March 2012, a CoC standard and associated documents were published, applicable to precious metals. Click here for more information on the standards development process.
Mining Supplement – The Mining Supplement has now become part of the RJC Code of Practices for certifying responsible business practices for the diamond and gold jewellery supply chain. Click here to find out more about the standards development process.
ISEAL Full Membership – The RJC has achieved Full Membership of the ISEAL Alliance, after demonstrating compliance with the ISEAL Code of Good Practice for Standards-Setting and the ISEAL Impacts Code. Click here for more information, and visit www.isealalliance.org