To eliminate or keep risks at bay, there is a hierarchy of operational controls which, in occupational safety and health, must all be considered to make the best decision, the one that favours both the company and the worker.
ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance, three areas that are gaining ground in finance, law and sustainability.
The mining industry is a vital part of many countries’ economies, but it also brings with it risks, environmental and social factors.
The arrival of Covid-19 brought new challenges to the labor field and did not leave aside global mining, driving companies and the entire mining industry to work on a deep digital transformation.
As a continuation of the topic on the importance of critical controls management, another fundamental step in this task is the definition of objectives and performance requirements.
When we talk about accidents, we are talking about people and families, lives, expectations, dreams and hopes, so the goal should be zero fatal accidents; it is an ethical dimension in which we must all commit ourselves.