TOTAL RECORDABLE INJURYFREQUENCY RATE
The total recordable injury frequency rate (TRIFR) is calculated by multiplying the number of recordable injuries occurring during the year by 1,000,000, divided by the number of hours worked at Koniambo Nickel, including the hours worked by its contractors, during the same year.
We use this indicator as a measure of our progress in reaching our goal of “Zero Harm”. The TRIFR includes all injuries requiring medical treatment at a minimum. The TRIFR helps us track Koniambo Nickel's safety performance and compare our performance with the nickel industry overall. The lower our TRIFR, the better Koniambo Nickel's safety performance. The rate published on this site is updated at the beginning of each month.
Koniambo Nickel's industrial complex is in the North Province of New Caledonia, 310 kilometres from Nouméa.
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Koniambo Nickel's origins are enmeshed in New Caledonia's history. Its story began in 1966 with an announcement by General de Gaulle.
A high-quality nickel deposit, a genuine performance culture and a demanding sustainable development policy: Koniambo Nickel embodies a country's dream.
Koniambo Nickel SAS is a joint venture owned by Société Minière du Sud Pacifique (51%) and Glencore Xstrata (49%).