We�re not about killing workers � BCL boss

SELEBI-PHIKWE: BCL Mine general manager, Daniel Mahupela says the copper and nickel operation is not in the business of killing or injuring its workers, but accidents do take place due to risky behaviour.

Speaking during a stakeholder briefing on the new Behaviour-Based Care project Mahupela said the mine takes safety seriously and would not allow activities without prioritising safety.

“The mine does not believe in killing people and bad safety is caused by people’s behaviour which may have negative impact on our safety levels,” he said.

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