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As an industry with inherent health and safety threats, there is both a corporate responsibility and social duty for mining companies to look after employees and their families. On World AIDS Day Stefaan Van der Borght, global head of health, Anglo American Health explains how effective health programmes are critical to stemming the scourge of diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis.

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ON2's Refuge One Air Centre provides and maintains a source of breathable air during an underground emergency.

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Derisk Geomining Consultants principal consultant Mal Dorricott defines safety as an outcome that is achieved when an activity is completed or a process operates without harm to the assets involved in that activity or process.

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