April 24, 2018
Make it Safe: Boart Longyear awarded for best safety stats in 2017
Boart Longyear received a Safety Achievement Award from the Canadian industry organization, Saskatchewan Mining Association (SMA), at the SMA Annual General Meeting Banquet and Awards held on March 2, 2018 in Saskatoon.
The SMA recognized Boart Longyear as the mining contractor with the best safety stats in 2017. The hours worked in 2017 included a specialized shaft sinking project and the demobilization of the Cameco McArthur River as the mine moved to care and maintenance.
The SMA uses reported stats for safety incidents including first aid medical consultant frequency, medical incident frequency, modified work days severity, lost time injury, and days lost severity to base the recognition.
SMA is an industry-driven organization representing the mining and mineral exploration industry with over 25 mining operations in the province. The Saskatchewan Mining Association is an industry-funded organization that has been in existence for over 50 years. The SMA is considered by provincial and federal governments to be the Voice of the Mining Industry in Saskatchewan. SMA represents its members by engaging in government advocacy, public awareness, including educational outreach and member development.
Below, pictured left to right: Rob Jackson, SMA Board Liaison to Safety Committee, Honourable Bronwyn Eyre, Minister of Energy & Resources, Jimmy Barrieau, EHST Regional Manager, Boart Longyear and Mike Carr, Deputy Minister, Labour Relations & Workplace Safety
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