Québec City, October 14, 2021 – The Québec Mining Association (QMA) has recognized the workplace health and safety achievements of three supervisors at Graymont’s Marbleton Plant. They received a workplace health and safety trophy to commend their achievements and the effort made by their teams to maintain a safe working environment for a period of between 100,000 and 150,000 hours in 2020.
The winners for 2021 are:
- Éric Ménard, maintenance supervisor;
- Ian Mercier, furnace and process supervisor
- Christian Mathieu, quarry and crushing supervisor
The workers are part of a group of 162 foremen and supervisors working in Québec mines and being honoured by the QMA this year.
« Workplace health and safety (WHS) is an anchor value for the QMA, which highlights achievements in the field each year. The mobilization of the mining industry behind the WHS plan is one of our strengths, and we are proud to see this reflected in the actions of each worker. »– Josée Méthot, QMA President and CEO
About the Québec Mining Association
The Québec Mining Association (QMA) was founded in 1936 and speaks proactively for mining companies involved in exploration, extraction and processing, mining contractors and junior mining companies, along with suppliers, institutions, non-profit organizations and other mining sector partners. It is proud of the 48,006 jobs and total expenditure of $9.9 billion generated by Québec’s mining industry in 2018, based on the most recent data. The QMA’s mission is to promote, support and proactively develop a responsible, committed and innovative mining industry in Québec.