We appreciate the awards and notices—but for us, what’s most important is the public recognition that we’re getting it right in our direction and our achievements as a good corporate citizen.
Goldcorp Chairman of the Board, Ian Telfer, was inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame on January 15th, 2015. The Canadian Mining Hall of Fame was established in 1988 and recognizes and honours leaders in the Canadian mining industry. Mr Telfer is recognized for more than three decades of success in the mining industry.
In its OMX CRD Global Sustainability Index, NASDAQ recognized Goldcorp as one of the top 100 companies in the world for its sustainability practices.
Goldcorp was honoured by the YWCA Metro Vancouver Women of Distinction 2015 Awards with the Outstanding Workplace award. Goldcorp was recognized for supporting the diverse needs of their employees and for a unique workplace culture and programs tailored to employees’ development, engagement, health and wellness.
Goldcorp was named one of Canada’s Top 50 Most Socially Responsible Corporations by Sustainalytics. Sustainalytics is an independent provider of environmental, social and governance research to institutional investors and financial institutions around the world. The annual list recognizes companies with an outstanding commitment to social and environmental responsibility.
Goldcorp Board of Director member, Margot Franssen, was a recipient of The International Alliance for Women (TIAW)’s 2015 World of Difference 100 Awards. The award recognizes those who have made a significant contribution to the economic empowerment of women.
The Mexican Centre for Philanthropy and the Alliance for Corporate Responsibility recognized Goldcorp Mexico for the eighth consecutive year.
Goldcorp’s 2013 Sustainability Report was selected by IFD-FSI, the Finance and Sustainability Initiative, as having the best corporate sustainability report. Goldcorp won in the Extraction and Processing category for 2014 as judged by the McGill University student-jurors. The selection was based on a list of sector specific criteria in order to determine the best reports in six segments of the TSX60Plus.
Goldcorp Guatemala was honoured by the Guatemalan Chamber of Journalism with the “Excellence in Journalism” award. Goldcorp Guatemala received the award for their collaboration in organizing the 2014 Journalism Development conferences, supporting training workshops for journalists in rural areas, and for being a founder of the Press Center.
Goldcorp’s CFO Lindsay Hall was honoured as the winner of the Business in Vancouver 2014 BC CFO award in the Public Company category. He was recognized for his commitment to achieving excellence in finance, supporting corporate growth and his strong leadership.
Goldcorp's Éléonore Mine Rescue Team took first place in the 52nd provincial mine rescue championship in Chicoutimi, Quebec. The Éléonore team ranked first among fourteen teams and also took home the "Team Mission" prize for best performance in the field.
Goldcorp’s Cerro Negro operation received the 2014 Mining Company of the Year Award from Panorama Minero and the Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Minería Argentina (FUNDAMIN). The company is recognized for their efforts in developing the Cerro Negro project.
Eduardo Villacorta Haddad, Senior Vice President, Goldcorp Central and South America, received the 2014 Mining Businessman of the Year Award from Panorama Minero and Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Minería Argentina (FUNDAMIN).
Luis Canepari, Goldcorp’s Vice President Information Systems, was named one of Business in Vancouver’s Forty Under 40. He is recognized for his excellence in business, judgment, leadership and community contribution.
Dani Drewek, Cage Tender at Goldcorp’s Red Lake Gold Mines, received the Influential Women of Northern Ontario’s new award Tradeswoman of the Year 2014. She is recognized for excelling in a non-traditional career and achieving a skill level respected by her peers, supervisors, and community.
L’Association minière du Québec (AMQ) recognized nine supervisors from Goldcorp’s Éléonore operations for reaching between 50,000 and 150,000 cumulative career work hours without a recorded incident by the workers under their supervision. Érick Savard, Stéphane Turgeon, Stanley Twardy, Marco Cadrin and Réal East were recognized for reaching 50,000 hours, Jacques Héroux and Éric Devin were recognized for reaching 100,000 hours, and Normand Charette and Jean-Marc Saint-Amant were recognized for reaching 150,000 hours.
Goldcorp was honoured for producing high quality electronic disclosure at the 2014 CPA Canada Awards. Goldcorp was selected for the overall “wow factor” of the company’s electronic disclosures, innovative use of social media, Above Ground blog, and website usability and navigation.
Goldcorp Board of Director member, Blanca Treviño, was named Mexico’s 2014 Woman of the Year. The award is given to women who carry out work of great social significance. In addition to sitting on the board at Goldcorp, Ms Treviño is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Softtek, an IT company based in Monterrey, Mexico.
This award presented to Anna Tudela, our VP of Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Secretary, by the Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries recognizes outstanding and ongoing achievement in the realm of corporate governance.
Chuck Jeannes, Goldcorp President & CEO was named BC’s Best CEO in the Large Public Company category. He is recognized for his exemplary leadership in the organization.
Canada’s Corporate Reporting Awards, recognized our website, social and multi-media use in their Electronic Disclosure category.
This trophy recognizes their valuable contributions to: economic development, job creation and quality of work performed onsite in terms of labour relations, health, safety and environment management.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals gave acknowledgment to Goldcorp for exemplifying the true spirit of philanthropy in the outstanding large business category. Goldcorp’s donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation is saving lives and helping develop healthier communities.
The BC Mining HR Task Force gave Goldcorp recognition regarding the outstanding commitment to encouraging and supporting diversity within the workforce.
The Mexican Centre for Philanthropy and the Alliance for Corporate Responsibility recognized Goldcorp Mexico for the sixth consecutive year.
This award presented by Randstad is a widely respected “people’s choice” award for employeers. It recognizes companies that excel in promoting an attractive brand for employees and job seekers.
The Mexican Centre for Philanthropy and the Alliance for Corporate Responsibility (CEMEFI) recognized Goldcorp Mexico for the fifth consecutive year. The company was noted for excellence in Ethical Conduct, Environmental Stewardship & Community Engagement.
Goldcorp remains on Canada's Top 100 Employers list continuing to lead the industry in offering an exceptional workplace for employees.
Goldcorp has been added to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index North America (DJSI North America). The DJSI evaluates leaders in corporate social responsibility using rigorous indicators in the areas of corporate, economic, environmental and social performance. Goldcorp was named to the DJSI North America for the first time in in 2010.
In its OMX CRD Global Sustainability Index, Nasdaq recognized Goldcorp as one of the top 100 companies in the world for its sustainability practices.
For the second consecutive year the Mexican Mining Chamber gave the Los FIlos mine its annual safety award in recognition of its excellent safety record.
The Nevada Mining Association presented five Marigold mine employees with annual safety awards.
This award is sponsored by the Ontario Mining Association, the Canadian Land Reclamation Association as well as the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines and celebrates groundbreaking and innovative work in the promotion of mine reclamation.
The Financial Post magazine's Ten Best Companies to Work For competition is organized by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers. The Award recognizes companies with tremendous career advancement opportunities and leading-edge employee perks and benefits.
All seven of Goldcorp’s nominated mines have been certified as compliant with the International Cyanide Management Code, an international standard for the storage use and handling of cyanide.
The Mexican Mining Chamber gave the Los Filos mine its annual safety award in recognition of its excellent safety record.
The Ontario Provincial Partnership Council awarded their Passport to Prosperity Employer Champion Award to the Red Lake mine, for their mine-site career and mentoring programs for community high-school students.
At the Ontario Provincial Mine Rescue competition, the Porcupine mine came in first place and also received the Firefighting Award.
The Mexican Centre for Philanthropy and the Alliance for Corporate Responsibility recognized Goldcorp Mexico for the third consecutive year.
The Clean Industry Certificate is presented by the Mexican environmental protection authority, PROFEPA, to companies that comply with all relevant environmental regulations.