Mincor's Policy in the field of Occupational Health and Safety
Mincor's stakeholders include its shareholders, employees, local residents and the wider community. Mincor recognises its responsibilities to all its stakeholders and will ensure that its Health, Safety and Environmental standards are second to none.
- Mincor will carry out its business in a responsible manner, and will protect and cherish the natural environment.
- Mincor will ensure that its employees are protected from all occupational injuries and diseases.
- Mincor will provide a safe working environment for its employees, will ensure that Health and Safety are management's top priority and that its workforce is fully trained in Health and Safety matters.
In order to live up to these ideals, it is important to carefully plan and execute actions in line with the ideals in order to properly manage occupational health and safety.
Quarterly update on Health, Safety and the Environment
There were no Lost-Time Injuries (LTIs) recorded for the March 2016 quarter. The 12-month moving average LTI frequency rate for all Mincor Operations decreased to 5.52.
There were no Alternative Duty Injuries or medically treated injuries reported during the March 2016 quarter.
The following improvement strategies were undertaken during the March 2016 quarter:
- Eight personnel completed Work Safely at Height - National Competency and JSA training.
- An internal AS4801 OHS Systems Audit of Mincor Kambalda Operations was completed.
- Close-out of all incident investigations and actions on STEMS.
- Self-rescuer and cap-lamp audit conducted.
- ER vehicles and equipment from Mariners relocated to Coronet/Otter Juan.