- Regrettably, in 2015, we failed in our main objective of Zero Fatalities with the loss of a miner at our Musselwhite mine site in Ontario, Canada. Prior to November 25, 2015, we had completed 788 days without a fatality.
- All Goldcorp sites and offices halted production to participate in our third annual Day of Remembrance.
- Members of the Executive Leadership Team each “adopted” a mine and strengthened the safety dialogue with the site throughout the year.
- To further our efforts in preventing Potential Fatal Occurrences (PFOs), we began tracking repeat incidents and sharing lessons learned across the organization.
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All-Injury Frequency Rate (AIFR), which includes employees and contractors, was 1.26 per 200,000 hours worked – a 16% improvement compared to 2014.20
Lost Time Incidents (LTIs) were significantly reduced, with 20 fewer serious injuries on the job, and an overall 19% reduction in Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR), compared to 2014.
Since its rollout in October 2013, approximately 2,400 employees have participated in a training and coaching program called Fighting Fatalities.
There were 107 PFOs recorded in 2015. Approximately 86% of these incidents had no injury associated.