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Managing and growing our workforce is critical to ensure that we retain the skills among our people and incentivise them for further productivity improvements. Beyond the safety of our employees, prioritising health and safety at the workplace is also an important component as we seek to retain and strengthen our regulatory and social licences to operate with governments and communities.
It is with profound sadness that we reported the death of one of our colleagues, Maria Ramela, at our South Deep mine. Maria, 38, a trackless crew leader, was fatally injured on 3 June 2019 after being struck by a rock ejected from the face following a series of seismic events.
Maria, a 38-year-old single mother from Glenharvie near the mine, left behind three children: Tankiso (20), Katlego (15), Tshegofatso (5) and her mother. We again express our deepest condolences to her family, friends and loved-ones.
|Lost time injuries (LTIs)3||38||34||52||39||68|
|Total recordable injuries||104||99||138||124||174|
|Total recordable injury frequency rate (TRIFR)4||2.19||1.83||2.42||2.27||3.40|
|Safety engagement rate (SER)6||4.11||2.91||1.75||–||–|
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