BCL Mine achieves milestone safety record

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SELEBI-PHIKWE: BCL Mine has reached a milestone by achieving historic three million fatality-free shifts. In a press statement, BCL public relations and marketing manager, James Molosankwe says the record has eluded the copper and nickel mine for many years but now it has been achieved.

He says in 2004, the company breached the two million fatality-free mark. From July 10, 2010 to July 10, 2012, BCL  employees and contractors continuously worked with safety as their first and foremost concern. In doing so, they lived the rule of ‘safety first’ which is a buzz word in the mining industry, Molosankwe says. 

“Through the company’s principal philosophy and dogma of complying with all safety procedures, BCL Mine has pushed beyond what has commonly been accepted as the unattainable by recording three million shifts without fatality.

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