In October, the Rainy River Mine celebrated one year without any Lost-Time Injuries (LTIs). This milestone would not have been possible without the contributions of our employees and contractors who worked at site over the past year. Focusing on identifying and controlling hazards associated with every task performed on a shift-by-shift basis contributed to this achievement. On a daily basis, our employees assess risks by conducting pre and post field operation inspections, assess equipment to ensure safe operation and identify potential safety hazards. Employees take pride and ownership in each other’s safety. “Our employees’ proactive efforts, adherence to safety protocols, and commitment to looking out for one another have been instrumental in achieving this significant milestone” said Gord Simms, General Manager of the Rainy River Mine. In addition, our Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee conducts worksite inspections and risk assessments and prepares an annual report with their recommendations. Maintaining an LTI-free environment reflects our collective commitment to creating a safe and secure workplace, preventing accidents, and supporting the well-being and livelihoods of our employees.
November 27, 2023