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TSM Safety and Health Framework

Members of the Mining Association of Canada believe that all injuries and occupational disease can be prevented and we recognize that everyone is entitled to work in a safe and healthy workplace. Consistent with our commitment in our Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Guiding Principles, we demonstrate leadership worldwide by protecting the safety, health and wellness of our employees, contractors and visitors. We also encourage and support health and safety awareness within the communities in which we operate.

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