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handshake thumb medium90 90ANA reports that Sibanye-Stillwater said on Friday it had reached a significant safety milestone with relevant stakeholders committing themselves to a joint pledge and a plan of action to address health and safety issues at the miner’s operations.  

The precious metals producer held a safety and health summit together with the Department of Mineral Resources and organised labour comprising Amcu, the NUM, Solidarity and Uasa.  The parties committed to working together to make the workplaces safer, protect jobs and collaborate on all matters pertaining to the health, safety and well-being of workers.  Further engagements to involve all the relevant role players are planned with operational leadership teams across all Sibanye operations.  Cross sector working groups will be put in place to monitor the implementation of the plan of action.  Neal Froneman, Sibanye CE, said they were encouraged by the commitment by all the stakeholders to address the safety challenges at operations.

  • Read this report in full at The Citizen
  • Read too, Sibanye-Stillwater signs a safety pledge with unions, minerals department, at EWN


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