Health and safety

2022 – 20 SUPERVISORS HONOURED WITH A QMA HEALTH AND SAFETY RECOGNITION AWARD

The Quebec Mining Association (QMA) revealed the recipients of its Recognition Awards highlighting mining industry worker health and safety performance at its September 20 Occupational Health and Safety Seminar.

Twenty supervisors from Canadian Malartic Mine and Odyssey Mine were recognized for achieving, along with their teams, between 50,000 and 650,000 consecutive hours of work without a lost-time accident.

 

2021 – CMM HONOURED AT THE CNESST GRANDS PRIX – LEADER CATEGORY

Olivier Brousseau, Health and Safety Superintendent, Canadian Malartic Mine, took top honours in the Leader category at the November 25 virtual Gala des Grands Prix held by the Commission des normes, de l’équité et de la santé et de la sécurité du travail wich took place virtually on November 25, 2021.

This recognition underscores Olivier’s contribution to field work coordination during planned processing plant shutdowns and to the engagement of several crews that were already highly involved in prioritizing everyone’s health and safety every day.

 

2021 – 25 CMM SUPERVISORS RECEIVE HEALTH AND SAFETY RECOGNITION AWARD FROM THE QMA

On October 14, the Québec Mining Association (QMA) unveiled the winners of the Health and Safety Recognition Awards, which recognize the efforts of workers in the mining industry.

On this occasion, 25 of our CMM supervisors were rewarded for having achieved, with their teams, between 50,000 and 550,000 consecutive hours without a loss of time accident.

These distinctions aptly summarize the importance of applying the first of our 3 steps to operate, health and safety, which structure the daily work of all workers of the Partnership.

Congratulations to the winners and their teams!

 

2020 – 19 CMM SUPERVISORS RECEIVE HEALTH AND SAFETY RECOGNITION AWARD FROM THE QMA

Although the Québec Mining Association (QMA) did not hold its 2020 Health and Safety Symposium due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it highlighted the efforts of the industry workers in OHS.

At CMM, nineteen of our supervisors were rewarded for having achieved, with their teams, between 50,000 and 450,000 consecutive hours without a loss of time accident. These distinctions aptly sum up the importance of applying our three operating steps which structure the daily work of all workers on the mine site.

 

 

2020 – CMM RECEIVES F.J. O’CONNELL TROPHY

As part of the Québec Mining Association’s (QMA) annual general meeting held on September 18, 2020, CMM was awarded the prestigious F.J. O’Connell Trophy in the Surface, transportation and primary metal processing operations category for 2019.

The criteria for the award of the trophy consider improvements in a company’s safety record, its record compared to the industry average, and its combined accident frequency rate based on specified target values.

 

2019 – Up to 550,000 Consecutive Hours Without a Lost-time Accident

The QMA’s 55th annual Health and Safety Symposium, held on September 17, 2019, honoured 13 CMM employees with a recognition award for their efforts and those of their teams to achieve between 50,000 and 550,000 consecutive hours without a lost-time accident.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Colloque SST 2019

 

2019 – CMM Wins 3rd Place at the Gala national des Grands Prix SST

CMM won 3rd place in the “Innovation – Large Business” category at the 14th Gala national des Grands Prix santé et sécurité du travail (national OHS grand prize gala) held at the Québec City Convention Centre on April 30, 2019, for its rolling warehouse ladder with a hoist attachment. This innovative project reduces the risk of falls for warehouse workers.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Grand Prix CNESST 2019

 

2018 – CMM Wins the OHS Grand Prize: Innovation – Large Business Category

CMM was awarded the CNESST Occupational Health and Safety Grand Prize in the “Innovation – Large Business” category at the 30th Abitibi-Témiscamingue Health and Safety Symposium held in Rouyn-Noranda on October 23 and 24, 2018. The winning project involved designing a rolling warehouse ladder with a hoist attachment to reduce the risk of falls and musculoskeletal disorders among warehouse workers. The new ladder makes employees’ work environment even safer.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Grands Prix CNESST 2018

 

2018 – 15 CMM Supervisors Recognized for Their OHS Efforts

The Québec Mining Association’s annual Health and Safety Symposium, held on September 18, 2018, recognized the efforts of 15 CMM supervisors and those of their teams to achieve between 50,000 and 500,000 consecutive hours without a lost-time accident.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Colloque SST 2018

 

2017 – 12 CMM Supervisors Honoured by the QMA

The Québec Mining Association’s 53rd annual Health and Safety Symposium, held on September 19, 2017, recognized the efforts of 12 CMM supervisors and those of their teams to achieve between 50,000 and 450,000 consecutive hours without a lost-time accident.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Colloque SST 2017

 

2017 – CMM RECEIVES F.J. O’CONNELL TROPHY

For its 2017 Health and Safety results, the Québec Mining Association’s (QMA) awarded CMM the F.J. O’Connell Trophy in the Surface, transportation and primary metal processing operations category.

The criteria for the award of the trophy consider improvements in a company’s safety record, its record compared to the industry average, and its combined accident frequency rate based on specified target values.

 

2016 – 9 CMM Employees Recognized at the Abitibi-Témiscamingue OHS Symposium

Nine CMM employees received certificates in recognition of their innovative workplace safety and prevention ideas at the 28th annual Abitibi-Témiscamingue occupational health and safety symposium held by the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (Labour standards, equity, health and safety commission – CNESST) and the Integrated health and social services centre of Abitibi-Témiscamingue on October 25 and 26, 2016.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Colloque SST 2016

 

2016 – 18 CMM Supervisors Recognized by the QMA

The Québec Mining Association’s Health and Safety Symposium, held on September 19, 2016, recognized the efforts of 18 CMM supervisors and those of their teams to achieve between 50,000 and 350,000 consecutive hours without a lost-time accident.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Grands Prix SST 2016

 

2015 – Health and Safety Performance

13 CMM supervisors were recognized in 2015 by the Québec Mining Association (QMA) for leading their teams for 50,000 to 150,000 consecutive hours without any lost-time accidents.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Colloque SST 2015