You will find our second quarter newsletter highlighting Minera San Rafael’s community efforts in Guatemala.
Since Tahoe Resources Inc.’s inception in 2010 its subsidiary, Minera San Rafael (MSR), has put processes in place for service providers, employees and local community members to express their concerns, to ask questions and to give suggestions. And in January 2015, as part of MSR’s commitment to continually reinforce its social license to operate, MSR
Tahoe Resources Inc.’s subsidiary and operator of the Escobal mine, Minera San Rafael (MSR), has taken several internal steps which are designed to identify and to manage social performance issues based on international practices and guidelines. Accordingly, MSR completed a Social Impact Assessment (SIA) and Social Management Plan (SMP), demonstrating its approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and
Tahoe Resources Inc.’s subsidiary and operator of the Escobal mine, Minera San Rafael (MSR), is proud of its efforts which aim to meet international standards. Ultimately, its on-going efforts to meet these goals and strengthen its social license will be driven by its employees. To that end, MSR has implemented formal and comprehensive corporate social
Questions answered for Stockhouse by Edie Hofmeister, Tahoe Resources Inc.’s Vice President Corporate Affairs. Ms. Hofmeister oversees the Company’s legal, administration and corporate social responsibility departments and serves as the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Can you explain why environmental stewardship and CSR initiatives have been major components of Tahoe’s business model? Since Tahoe’s very beginnings
Since its inception, Tahoe Resources Inc.’s social investment strategy has been to maximize its positive community impacts by increasing our communities’ economic capacity. One example of this is our partnership with the Foundation for Sustainable Development (FUNDES), a consulting firm specializing in the development of small- to medium-sized businesses. Through this partnership, six business associations
Since the startup of Minera San Rafael’s (MSR) commercial production, we have shared the financial benefits of the Escobal mine with our communities and the Guatemalan government. In helping to ensure these finances are used to the greatest effect, we equip citizens with a platform to execute social development activities in their local communities. Two
Tahoe Resources Inc.’s subsidiary, Minera San Rafael (MSR), is committed to conducting business honestly and ethically. MSR strives to minimize the environmental effects of its operations, to provide a safe and healthy workplace for all of its employees and contractors and to promote sustainable businesses and social programs. MSR has implemented practices which align with