K+S Potash Canada is committed to preventing accidents, reducing work-related health risks and increasing knowledge of healthy and safe conduct in the workplace to create a safe working environment for all of our people. We are proud to participate in and be signatories on Safe Saskatchewan’s Mission: Zero.
Mission: Zero is a call to action and goal for employers and companies to achieve zero workplace injuries, zero fatalities, and zero suffering by families.
K+S Potash Canada is excited to share that our Bethune Provincial Emergency Response Team placed first in the Overall surface competition, first in the Fire Fighting surface competition and first in the Practical Skills surface competition at the Saskatchewan Mining Association’s 50th Annual Mine Rescue Skills Competition in Moose Jaw on June 2, 2018.
Bethune mine has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Hatch-CIM Mining and Minerals Project Development Safety Award. This award recognizes outstanding project safety systems, culture and performance, and is given to a Canadian project with top safety performance over the course of an entire project.