Safety and Health

Protecting the health and safety of employees, contractors and communities is a fundamental component of TSM and deeply engrained in the Canadian mining industry’s culture.

The Safety and Health protocol includes five indicators that concern occupational safety and health management at the facility-level.

These indicators have been designed to confirm whether facilities have established clear accountability for safety and health management and performance, that processes have been established to prevent the occurrence of all incidents, that all employees and contractors are engaged in the appropriate training to identify hazards, that performance is reported both internally and externally, and that facilities set targets for continuous improvement.

Related Documents

TSM Safety and Health Protocol (2020 version for first reporting in 2022)

Abridged Checklist for Facilities with ISO 45001 Certification (2020 version for first reporting in 2022)

TSM Safety and Health Framework

TSM Safety and Health Protocol (2016 version for final reporting in 2020)

Abridged Checklist for Facilities with OHSAS 18001 Certification (2016 version for final reporting in 2021)

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