CSR Report

Youth Energy Safe Equips Students With Information About Underground Utility Safety


In 2014, TransCanada launched a new program called Youth Energy Safe. The program is delivered in schools and at community events, and equips students in Grades 4 to 6 and 10 to 12 with information about underground utility safety, focusing on leak recognition and response, emergency preparedness and safe digging practices. It is our first youth-focused safety program and was created in response to requests from educators and community members looking to share pipeline safety messaging with a younger audience.

Yum! Brands New CSR Report Highlights Performance and Progress Across Strategic Areas of Focus: Food, People, Community and Environment

Press Release

LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 2, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Yum! Brands (NYSE: YUM), parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell and one of the top 100 Corporate Citizens by Corporate Responsibility Magazine in 2014, announced the release of its online 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report. Yum! Brands is listed on the 2014 Newsweek Green Rankings and participates annually in the Carbon Disclosure Project.

CSR Report Expert Judy Sandford Joins Cone Communications

Press Release

November 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Cone Communications, a public relations and marketing agency, has hired Judy Sandford as a vice president in its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practice.

The Goldcorp Water Strategy

Goldcorp is committed to the efficient use of natural resources and to conducting our business to the highest standards of environmental management and performance, striving to go beyond regulatory compliance and lead with industry best practices. 

Goldcorp's Online Community Engagement in Timmins

At Goldcorp, we recognize that our operations will have impacts on the areas around our mine sites, bringing both opportunities and issues of concern for residents. We strive to partner with local stakeholders to understand their needs and address their questions, and to conduct our business in a way that supports strong, vibrant and sustainable communities. 
The closer a mining operation is to a residential area, the greater the impact felt by local residents – and the greater the need to build and maintain trust through transparency and dialogue.

Goldcorp Answers the Call of the Moose


At Goldcorp, we have a lot of internal expertise on the technical aspects of mining and environmental management, but we know that knowledge comes in many forms. We want to be contributing members of partnerships that will build a body of knowledge that contributes to the social and environmental well-being of the communities in which we work.

Goldcorp's Commitment to Security and Human Rights Training

Equipping Our People on Security and Human Rights
At Goldcorp, we are committed to integrating respect for human rights into our business management processes throughout the company. 
In an effort to strengthen our commitment to respect human rights and in line with the implementation of the Conflict-Free Gold Standard in 2013, we recognized that it would be imperative to offer training and support across our sites. One key aspect of the training offered to personnel was on human rights – particularly on best practices in human rights and security.

Goldcorp's Day of Remembrance

The Day of Remembrance marked a turning point in our safety culture. Although our annual All Injury Frequency Rate (AIFR) for 2013 was unchanged from 2012, that does not tell the story for the year. Over the first three quarters of 2013, the AIFR rose steadily to 1.95. Then, after the Day of Remembrance, and the implementation of several key safety initiatives, the AIFR dropped steeply, to 1.36 for the fourth quarter. We strongly believe that the awareness and new initiatives were critical factors.

Goldcorp's First Annual Mine Rescue Summit: Sharing Knowledge and Advancing Safety


While we recognize that individuals are ultimately responsible for their safety, we strive to equip our employees with the tools, training and mindset that result in continual safety awareness. From our operations to our offices, we seek an incident-free workplace. 

Goldcorp is Providing Lifelong Learning for Employees

At Goldcorp, we recognize the value of empowering our employees through continuous education. One special program developed with this in mind is the literacy program at Marlin in Guatemala. The training was the result of a project for the Supervisory Leadership Development Program (SLDP). In 2010, Oziel Orozco, an SLDP student, saw the opportunity to create a program that would fulfill a need in a country where the literacy rate for adults is 76%. This kicked off Marlin’s literacy program, which now provides training in reading and writing to employees from the local communities.


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