Providing a Safe and Rewarding Workplace

Sherritt’s operations are built on a zero harm health and safety culture. We work hard to minimize operational risks to our workforce and nearby communities, and engage with these important stakeholders regularly on matters of safety, security and emergency response. Employee engagement and development remain top priorities in ensuring we attract and retain the people critical to our business and its success. We believe that this is best achieved by fostering an inclusive workplace.

2019 Highlights

Total Recordable Incident Frequency Rate (TRIFR) and Lost Time Incident Frequency Rate (LTIFR) were 0.47 and 0.07 per 200,000 work hours, respectively. Over a three-year period, TRIFR has increased by 42% and LTIFR has decreased by 76%.

The OGP Division in Cuba recorded zero lost time incidents (LTIs) for the fourth consecutive year, achieving more than 2.5 million work hours without an incident.

The Moa Nickel Site ended 2019 with its lowest number of LTIs in four years.

The Fort Site continued developing the “Best Practice for Industrial Sites” in co-operation with local authorities, and presented to Alberta’s Northeast Region Community Awareness Emergency Response Committee.

There were no security incidents involving allegations or claims of human rights abuse at any of Sherritt’s operations.

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