Reabold Resources is committed to the highest standards of health, safety and environmental care across all of our activities. Compliance of such values is critical to the success of the Company.

Reabold strives to limit any environmental impact in areas where it has an interest. We aim to comply with all the relevant regulatory and legislative requirements, while obeying industry best practice.

Reabold believes that all accidents and injuries are preventable and therefore that the risk to people and assets should be properly assessed and handled.

Reabold aims to protect employees from health hazards that may be associated with our working environment. Reabold fosters a pleasant working environment characterised by respect, trust and cooperation and promotes a healthy general living environment and lifestyle.

Directors Responsibilities

The Directors are committed to maintaining high standards of corporate governance. The Directors have established procedures, so far as is practicable, given the Company’s size, to comply with the Combined Code as modified by the recommendations of the Quoted Companies Alliance. Following the implementation of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) the Board has adopted a MAR and AIM Rules compliant share dealing code for Directors and relevant employees. The Board is scheduled to meet regularly throughout the year. To enable the Board to perform its duties, each of the Directors has full access to all relevant information and to the services of the Company Secretary. Currently the Board comprises two executive directors. The Board structure will be regularly reviewed as to the structure, size and composition (including the skills, knowledge and experience) required of the Board compared to its current position

Board Committees

In view of the current size of the Board, no delegation of specific responsibilities has been made to committees at this stage. The Board will implement Audit, Remuneration and Nomination committees at the appropriate time in line with changes to the structure, size and composition of the Board.