Health and Safety Training
Safety and skills training is central to our workforce development programs. Workers receive health and safety training through qualified trainers or competent site personnel. For special topics, instruction may be given by subject matter experts or through technology, such as virtual reality and equipment simulators.
GRI 403-9: Work-Related Fatalities1
|Aggregated SSR Mining Work-Related Fatalities||0|
1) Contractor fatalities are in parentheses
GRI 403-9: Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) (Jan 1-Dec 31st average)
|TRIFR (200,000 hours)|
|Aggregated SSR Mining TRIF (200,000 hours)||1.08|
GRI 403-9: Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR)
|LTIFR (200,000 hours)|
|Projects & Corporate||0|
|Aggregated SSR Mining LTIFR (200,000 hours)||0.6|
Non-Occupational Health Services
For general health and wellness care, workers and contractors can access non-occupational health services through the national healthcare system (in Canada), company-supported health insurance coverage (in the USA, if provided to contractors) and, company-sponsored insurance coverage from their respective employer (in Argentina).
In some cases voluntary wellness health assessments are available for health metrics, such as blood pressure, body mass, and blood sugar.
Health Impacts Related to our Products
As an organization involved in the production of precious metals, we address product risk that may affect non-company personnel through safety data sheets, and responding to inquiries from governments, transporters, and end-use customer inquiries.