CMRT 4.01b: Download Your Conflict Minerals Reporting Template Here

CMRT 4.01b: Download Your Conflict Minerals Reporting Template Here

Have you filled out your Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) yet?

If the answer is no, don’t worry. While the deadline to fill out your CMRT is fast approaching, you still have time to submit the template to your customers so they can meet the May 31st conflict minerals reporting deadline.


Download the CMRT 4.01b here.

Understanding what a valid CMRT looks like is essential to saving your company time and ensuring accuracy in the reporting process. When filling out your template, it is important to avoid these common mistakes. Some tips to keep in mind when completing your template are:

  • Understanding your declaration scope or class helps you create a valid report. There are three options:
    • Company-wide: choose this option if your CMRT is intended for all your products and all your clients
    • Product (or list of products): choose this option if your CMRT is for specific products only. Be sure to list these products in the Product List tab.
    • User-defined: choose this option to create a custom description of your scope. Be sure to include a comment in the Description of Scope field.
  • Customers may ask you to fill out a CMRT, even if your products do not contain tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold (3TGs). In this case, you can complete your CMRT easily by filling out the Company Information section and questions one and two of the template. This ensures your customers can continue to collect accurate information.
  • Be sure to use the most recent version of the template. Download the CMRT 4.01b here.

Do you have questions or concerns about filling out your CMRT? Assent Compliance can help. Our Supplier Success Center is filled with free resources to help you meet your compliance goals.


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