Health and Safety


The Board has proposed to dispose on the Polymetal’s Russian business as this presents the most viable opportunity for the Group to restore shareholder value by removing or substantially mitigating critical political, legal, financial and operational risks to the Polymetal Retained Group.

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We strive for a ‘zero harm’ culture, in which every employee takes personal responsibility for their own safety as well as that of their colleagues. We continually promote excellent safety behaviours to ensure all our people and contractors work in a safe environment. We invest heavily in safety training, and strive to meet the most stringent international health and safety standards.

Our health and safety targets 2020-2023 are:

  1. Zero fatalities;
  2. 15% year-on-year decrease in the number of injuries;
  3. Digital technologies implementation aimed to improve safety on hazardous sites and roads;
  4. Safety culture advancement;
  5. Ensuring that contracting organisations working on site implement hazard identification and safety risk assessment procedures

By embedding best practices in everything we do, we will continue to improve our safety performance.

Who is responsible

Who is responsible

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2019