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This year’s John T. Ryan Safety Awards have once again proven that the mining industry’s commitment to safety is tried, tested and true. The pursuit of perfect safety has one ultimate goal: zero – zero accidents, zero incidents and zero lost person-hours. Achieving such a goal requires sustained commitment. It does not come by accident. Nowhere is this more evident than at the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC), this month’s featured winner of the John T. Ryan Safety Award in the East Select Mines category.
IOC is Canada’s largest iron ore producer and a leading global supplier of iron ore pellets and concentrates. Their products are often used by steelmakers to improve quality and productivity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Employee safety is top priority for IOC
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