Governance & ethics
Diamond Supply Chain Management
ALROSA places special emphasis on ensuring compliance with the responsible business principles and disclosure of information on rough and polished diamonds produced by the company at all stages of its supply chain from exploration and mining to sorting, cutting, polishing and trading.
The company launched an internal diamond supply chain management system. The system is based on the Regulations on Responsible Diamond Supply Chain Management, approved by the Executive Committee of PJSC ALROSA on March 20, 2020. The Regulations reflect the requirements of the updated Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) Code of Practices and ensure alignment of ALROSA Group with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.
The Regulations set forth the guiding principles of the diamond supply chain management system for the company, its subsidiaries and joint ventures, as well as for all potential suppliers of rough diamonds irrespective of their location. Implementation of an internal diamond tracking and traceability system in all the segments of the diamond supply chain will enable ALROSA to provide its clients with the information not only on the country of origin, but the region of origin of its rough and polished diamond production, and guarantee that rough diamonds produced by ALROSA Group in different regions are not mixed in the process of sorting, valuation, cutting and polishing, and trading.
ALROSA is committed to high legal, business and ethical standards of work, developing a culture of resistance to corruption and abuse of position.
The Company strives to earn the trust of employees and third parties, invites them to an open dialogue and calls on them to be actively involved in anti-corruption activities by reporting any cases they have become aware of.
Confidentiality is guaranteed.
There are several ways for the company’s employees and third parties to report:
- Email: email@example.com
- P.O. mailbox for written communications: Moscow 115184, Ozerkovskaya emb. 24, marked «Hotline»