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If a company cannot mine safely it should not mine at all. In safety, one size doesn't fit all – safe ways of working are built shift by shift, day by day and over time. This requires leadership, investment, and an unwavering commitment to the goal of zero fatalities. 

Focus areas

Critical control management

To prevent fatal and catastrophic events from occurring – critical controls must be clearly defined and understood.

Emergency preparedness

The mining and metals industry is continually working to improve operational safety and security, but it can never likely be completely ‘zero risk’.

Preventing fatalities

Health and safety needs to be central to all mining processes – with every practical measure adopted to eliminate workplace fatalities.

Safety data and indicators

Monitoring and reporting on occupational health and safety indicators is an important part of driving performance improvement.



This work supports the above sustainable development goal.