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Our people bring diverse experiences, skills and knowledge to their work. Together we strive towards a positive culture defined by our shared commitment to safety, teamwork and collaboration. We believe in the spirit of continuous improvement and are always looking for employees who can add growth and innovation to our business. We are guided by our Code of Conduct and our values of thinking safety first, respecting each other, working together, doing what we say and wanting to be better. Together with our shareholders we are committed to building the world’s most respected diversified base metals company.

At MMG, we think safety first. We are working hard to embed a committed safety mindset with supporting behaviours, cultures and processes in every area of our business. We believe it is possible to have an injury-free workplace.

Managing safety requires a focus on:

  1. eliminating hazards which can cause injuries
  2. managing critical controls to prevent events that can cause fatalities.

We consider these to be separate yet complementary processes.

We are seeking to create a learning organisation that openly reports significant safety events, undertakes high-quality analysis of these events and implements sustainable corrective actions to prevent recurrence.  We need to excel at these activities if we are to continuously improve and eliminate workplace injuries.

Protecting the health of our people is as vital as protecting their safety.

\We assess the pre-employment suitability of workers for the activities they will need to perform, support them to lead healthy lifestyles that contribute to fitness for work and minimise occupational exposures.

Health risks at our workplaces include occupational exposure to:

  • noise,
  • vibration and
  • carcinogenic substances. 

Collecting baseline exposure-monitoring data to establish a risk profile for harmful agents is central to our approach to exposure management. We then identify, implement and verify Controls to reduce occupational exposure.

We aim to control occupational exposures at their source, during project design and at equipment selection. A formal personal protective equipment program (hearing protection and masks) and administrative controls (e.g. work schedules) also form part of our control strategy. Our medical surveillance programs help us identify when additional exposure controls are required.

 

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