Sherritt implemented a number of additional health and safety measures designed to protect employees, contractors, suppliers and other stakeholders at its operations from COVID-19.
The company improved flexible work policies and expanded mental health offerings during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Operations focused their visible felt leadership safety interactions on COVID-19 controls and behaviours.
The Total Recordable Incident Frequency Rate (TRIFR) was 0.22, the Lost Time Incident Frequency Rate (LTIFR) was 0.12, and the All Injury Frequency Rate (AIFR) was 1.44 per 200,000 work hours, respectively.
Over a three-year period, the trend with respect to safety rates remains positive with a TRIFR decrease of 49% and an LTIFR decrease of 63%. This level of performance continues to be peer leading.
The OGP Division in Cuba recorded zero lost time incidents (LTIs) for the fifth consecutive year since 2016, achieving more than 3.9 million work hours without an incident.
Sherritt was able to maintain safe and full production despite the COVID-19 pandemic by utilizing an essential workforce as permitted by local public health measures. There were no layoffs or suspensions of operations due to the pandemic.
There were no security incidents involving allegations or claims of human rights abuses at any of Sherritt’s operations.
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