We are honoured to be awarded Excellence for both Safest Mining and Natural Resources Employer and Best Health & Safety Culture at the recent Canada’s Safest Employers Awards virtual gala. These awards speak to our exceptional employees who live and breathe our value of “Safety in all we do.”
In August, our Santiago team received an award from the Chilean Safety Association (ACHS) for reaching 7 million hours without recordable accidents across all disciplines.
Delivering the Mina Justa Project safely during a pandemic.
The AusIMM Bulletin sat down with Zimi Meka to discuss his leadership philosophy and how he has helped to build a strong team culture that celebrates diversity.
Ausenco wins Excellence Awards for Safest Mining and Natural Resources Employer and Best Health & Safety Culture
An interview with Jo Mackenzie, General Manager of Operations and Maintenance
Jo Mackenzie, General Manager of Operations and Maintenance at Ausenco, sat down with the AusIMM Bulletin to discuss how she and her team have responded to the changes in work practices in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are honoured to win silver in the Mining and Natural Resources category at the 2019 Canada’s Safest Employers awards.
We are pleased to announce that Ausenco recently received three awards from the National Safety Council of Chile for outstanding achievements in safety and health.
It is common for people to switch off when undertaking everyday tasks such as driving home. The key for being safe at work and at home is to stay ‘switched on’ at all times. Consequently it is equally important to recognise the need to help keep those around us ‘switched on’ to safety.
Management of fatigue is a very important part of your personal safety and health. Sleep deficit is the most common contributing factor of fatigue and is built up slowly over consecutive nights of shortened or interrupted sleep. It can produce a decline in performance such as slower reaction times, failure to respond to changes and the inability to concentrate and make reasonable judgments.
We are tremendously honoured to win gold in the Mining and Natural Resources category at the 2018 Canada’s Safest Employers awards.
We are honoured to be recognized by the Board of Directors of the Chilean National Safety Council.
We are honoured to be awarded Runner Up in the Communication Category of the International SOS Foundation 2018 Duty of Care Awards.
We're honoured to have been shortlisted as a finalised and then awarded a "Special Mention" in the Communications Award category at the International SOS Foundation 2017 Duty of Care Awards.
Ausenco Chile team wins 2017 National Safety Council of Chile Award in the Services to Mining Category.
Ausenco has again been recognized as one of Canada’s safest employers at the Canadian Safety Awards Gala held October 24th, in Toronto, Canada. The annual gala, hosted by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine, unites companies from across Canada who are leaders in promoting occupational health and safety practices in their fields. Ausenco was a silver award recipient in the mining and natural resources category at the event.
We’re delighted to announce that Ausenco has won the Category of Best Communication of a Safety Message and recognised as a Finalist for the Best Continuous Improvement of a WHS (Workplace Health & Safety) System in the National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA) Foundation/GIO National Safety Awards of Excellence announced in Sydney, Australia this week.
Ausenco was named a Silver Recipient winner in the category of Mining and Natural Resources at the 2015 Canada’s Safest Employers Awards and Gala in Toronto, Canada on 28 October. Presented annually by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine, the event brings together companies from across Canada who are advancing occupational health and safety practices in their industry sector.
The Grande Côte project team in Senegal, West Africa recently achieved another safety milestone, reaching 4 million man-hours Lost Time Incident (LTI) free. The Ausenco team continued their contribution towards this fantastic achievement, reaching 2 million man-hours LTI free.
Ausenco has been named a silver medal award winner in Canada’s Safest Employer awards. The award, which was presented in the category of Mining and Natural Resources, is sponsored by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine.
Congratulations to the Ausenco team and our contractors for achieving major milestones on the Constancia project site in Peru, reaching 5 million man-hours LTI free.
The team working on the Ad Duwayhi project in Saudi Arabia has recently achieved another important milestone, reaching 2 million man hours LTI-free.
Congratulations to our team and contractors working on Hudbay’s Constancia Project in Peru for achieving 4 million man-hours Lost Time Injury (LTI) free.
Our project team has achieved 1 million man-hours LTI-free on the Ad Duwayhi Gold Project in Saudi Arabia.
A sit down interview with PM Mark Cornwell to discuss the Moose River Consolidated Gold Project where Ausenco undertook the delivery of the 2 mtpa carbon-in-leach (CIL) processing plant and associated infrastructure. The project is located ~85 km north-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.