Social ResponsibilitySafety, Health, Environment and Community
Wallbridge is committed to operating in an ethical manner that prioritizes health and safety, preserves the natural environment and recognizes the concerns of stakeholders and First Nations.
The Company ensures that all employees are trained and instructed in their assigned tasks and that safety procedures are followed at all times. The importance of ethical behavior and preservation of the natural environment is stressed to all employees and contractors. Everyone is charged with monitoring operations to ensure work is carried out in a responsible manner.
Having good relationships with local stakeholders benefits everybody. It allows possible negative impacts of activities to be minimized by identifying them early and facilitates permitting of operations. Wallbridge consults regularly with local stakeholder groups and actively engages with local First Nations.
Wallbridge has a noteworthy record with regards to the protection of the environment. In recognition of its leadership and accomplishment in the protection and preservation of the environment, the Company was awarded an Environmental Award by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada ("PDAC") in 2004 for its exemplary care of and commitment to preserving the natural and local environment during its exploratory drilling on Windy Lake in the Sudbury area. Wallbridge also subscribes to the Environmental Excellence in Exploration (E3) program of the PDAC.