Worker and community safety

Our goal is to eliminate all hazards, setting a goal of “Zero Harm” in our mines. TMG’s Official safety policy includes a clause that describes a goal of zero accidents within the company. We have adopted the OHSAS 18001, operational standards Worker and Community Safety. Ensuring that all necessary steps are taken to learn from incidents to prevent any recurrence and set common, simple, non- negotiable standards to be consistently applied.

Stakeholder Engagement

Our stakeholder engagement process utilize the widely accepted standard for formal stakeholder
engagement, AA1000 Assurance Standard.

We have formal grievance mechanisms through which stakeholders’ concerns are addressed.

Our Community Engagement Policy Principles also commits us to have an all inclusive consultation with communities and localities on relevant environmental, social and governance matters that could potentially impact them.

Our goal is to maintain effective, transparent and open communication and consultation with
stakeholders associated with the company’s activities.

Policies for Mine Life Cycle

At TMG we recognize that the closure of our mines will have a significant impact on the surrounding communities, not only because of the loss of jobs and other economic opportunities but also because of the environmental impact.
We conducted a mine life cycle assessment before beginning operations with a written policy on mine closings. The policy provides an action oriented framework built through community consultations and ensures that negative consequences are avoided by building communities and biodiversity that continue to improve well-being after our mining site closes.


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