Keeping our employees and mines safe is a top priority for Eldorado. Find out how we are prepared in the event of an emergency in our 3rd post of our Serious About Safety blog series.
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In our 2nd post of our blog series, Serious About Safety, we share how communication is key to keeping our mines safe.
At Eldorado, we believe that our diversity contributes to our success. That’s why we put in place a Diversity Policy last year, and continue to invest in providing opportunities for women across our Company. In our latest blog series, and in honour of International Women’s Day, we will be profiling women in our team, ranging […]
In a previous post, George Burns, our President and CEO touched on a few technologies that are enabling us to operate more sustainably and keep our employees safe. Today we go a little deeper, (underground mining pun intended), on two technologies: ventilation on demand, or VOD for short; tagging and tracking We have deployed […]
In the first post of the Forward Thinking series, we touched on some of the environmental and safety advantages that dry-stack tailings technology offers. In today’s post, we explore these advantages in detail. What are tailings? Fundamentally, mining involves processing ore that has been mined to separate valuable minerals and metals from the rocks in […]
It has been 6 months since we wrapped up our inaugural International Health and Safety Week. During the week of May 7 – 11, 2018 we hosted talks, competitions, training and other activities across our global sites to raise awareness to the importance of working safely. Members of our senior management team, including George Burns, […]
Frank J. O’Connell is somewhat of a legend in Canadian mining circles. Passionate about workplace safety, he helped set the standard for underground mine safety in Quebec during the 1950’s. A mining engineer by background, he used his role as General Manager of the Sigma Mine in Val-d’Or to exchange best safety practices with a […]