Lubambe Mine achieves 210 days without lost time injury source site go here get link over counter viagra alternative gnc essays on goddess irisa go here go here see harvard essays book indian viagra list doxycycline online canada source primary homework help skeletons theoretical framework thesis philippines popular masters rhetorical analysis essay examples enter site ubat viagra follow url research paper on artificial neural network tips for dissertation writing personal essay for grad school pay to do school assignment popular rhetorical analysis essay writers websites buy custom research paper stern mba essay By JOHN SAKALA
Lubambe Copper Mine (LCM) has achieved an astonishing record of going for 210 days without lost time injury at the places of work.

LCM Chief Executive Officer Nick Browen said 210 days without lost time injury is a world class achievement in an underground mining globally.

Speaking during the Lubambe Special Ukusungana Mass Meeting this morning June 27, 2019, at Lubambe Mine, Mr Bowen said the mine recorded a mine accident last year on November 25.

He said despite mining especially underground like Lubambe operations is hazardous, the mine has never recoded fatality in its operation since inception.

“In as much as we want to increase and meet higher production targets, there is nothing that is very important than safety. We want you to reach home safely and meet your families,” he said.

During the ‘Ukusungana Mass Meeting,’ several employees were awarded for exhibiting high safety standards.

Hoisting and Stope Blasting teams received cash incentives during the meeting.

A lost time injury is something that results in a fatality, permanent disability or time lost from work.

It could be as little as one day or shift. Lost time injury refer to the number of lost-time injuries within a given accounting period, relative to the total number of hours worked in that period.

Lubambe is a mechanized underground copper mine.

The Independent Observer

John Sakala is a Journalist yearning for independent journalism

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