The Responsible Jewellery Council is an international not-profit association with many companies operating in the entire industry, Which supply the diamond, gold and platinum smith, mining and retail sales sectors. RJC members Promote the respect of ethics, human rights and the environment, by Adopting good social and environmental practices, and in total transparency along the entire production chain.
The goal of this commitment is credible to Provide Guarantees of product quality and ethics for the entire production sector. RJC has developed a certification system That All members must apply and compliance is verified by an accredited certifying agency. As a member of the Responsible Jewellery Council, NUOVI GIOIELLI must comply with the RJC’s requirements and Ensure That they are respected by all the companies in its production chain.
On February 2017 Nuovi Gioielli achieved the Chain Of Custody Certification (CoC) for its gold jewellery products lines. The Chain Of Custody Standard, settled from the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC)in accordance with the OECD Guidelines, promotes the usage of precious metals sourced in a responsible way among the whole supply chain.
What does responsibly sourced mean?
RJC defines responsibly sourced metals as conflict-free as a minimum, and responsibly produced at each step of the supply chain. This means that appropriate standards apply for human rights, labour standards, environmental impact, and business ethics as articulated in the RJC Code of Practices Standard.
Aiming to ensure the long term compliance with RJC CoC Standard provisions, Nuovi Gioielli has implemented an appropriate internal and external management system which ensures the segregation of CoC certified material in each step of the manufacturing process from metal procurement to finished product delivery.
The certification ensures the implementation of responsible manufacturing and sourcing processes among the whole supply chain and it confirms Nuovi Gioielli commitment to ensure gold traceability not only through its manufacturing processes but also involving its suppliers with a continuous improvement perspective.