Challenge the practice is addressing: This practice advises companies to develop key performance indicators to get a clear image of how well the current performance on closure in particular is managed. The key performance indicators should help with the implementation of good closure practices throughout the mine life cycle at an operational level.
Concrete practice to achieve the expected goal: The key performance indicators should include the percentage of significant risks and mitigation actions ready, closure plans integrated in the mine plan, closure plan with integrated stakeholder consultation, progress against social closure objectives and the completion of annual rehabilitation.
Expected impact/goal of the practice: The ultimate goal of key performance indicators is to strengthen performance management and accountability at an operational level. It is important to ensure visibility at key decision-making. This will support accountability throughout the business. The Key performance indicators should help indicate whether a key performance area is well managed or not.
Who is the target user group of the practice/intervention or implementing the practice/intervention? This practice is mainly relevant for industry contexts.