Last year, in an effort to improve transparency between Canadian extractive companies and the payments made to governments worldwide, Canada committed to establishing new mandatory reporting standards...
With the end of the year in sight, it is a good time to reflect on the value and impact of Goldcorp’s Corporate Social Responsibility work. In this post, the company review’s their 2013 milestone CSR accomplishments and opportunities going forward.
Barbara Grantham, President & CEO, VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation shares news about the recent developments made possible in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside through Goldcorp’s commitment to improving community health.
Although the link between mining and community health is not always obvious, it surely exists. As with any organization, successful workforces require strong, healthy employees and support for the local communities in which they live. For this reason, Goldcorp’s concern for health and safety does not stop at the property line. Focusing on building a strong culture of health ‘outside the fence’ and in the communities where they have a presence is an integral part of Goldcorp’s operational strategy.
Highlights from this year’s Mine Rescue Summit in Reno, Nevada.
It had all the drama of a real-life rescue: emergency crews responding to fires, administering first aid and pulling victims from crashed vehicles.
However, what unfolded in the Nevada desert in June was a well-executed training exercise for Goldcorp employees - one that was about more than just preparing to protect each other in the event of a real emergency.
Goldcorp is committed to making a positive difference in the communities where it operates. The company's goal is to leave a legacy of long-term social, environmental and economic benefits everywhere it does business by building partnerships with organizations who share its desire to affect positive change.
In celebration of National Philanthropy Day, here are a few ways Goldcorp's Canadian employees are making a difference in local communities.