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TMAC strives to continually achieve compliance with the various regulatory requirements and maintain community relationships. The Company performs ongoing environmental monitoring in accordance with the existing Water Licences, Framework Agreement, Project Certificate, authorizations, management plans and environmental effects monitoring plans.

Environmental Management System

TMAC has a functioning environmental management system (EMS) composed of management plans and guidance documents that were developed under its Framework Agreement with the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and approved under its Project Certificates and Water Licences for the Hope Bay development. The purpose of the EMS is to provide the framework for TMAC to achieve its environmental, health and safety goals through a consistent review and evaluation. The EMS outlines how goals and objectives are stablished to manage regulatory, licence and/or permit requirements and agreements with the Kitikmeot Inuit Association. The EMS also provides a framework for governance and environmental management practices. These practices demonstrate how TMAC will avoid, reduce, or minimize the potential environmental effects identified in the Project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The core elements of the EMS are described in Figure 1.

Figure 1: Hierarchy of Environmental Management

 

Stakeholder Engagement

TMAC is committed to engaging positively and effectively with all stakeholders, including government and local communities in a manner that emphasizes respect, integrity and demonstrates a willingness to learn from experience and embrace necessary change.  TMAC‘s commitment to consultation and engagement is reflected in its corporate policies, operational practices, and management plans. Our key stakeholder relationships are presented in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Key Stakeholders 

 

Closure and Rehabilitation

TMAC has closure and reclamation plans for all its sites that were developed under its Framework Agreement with the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and approved under its Project Certificate and Water Licences for the Hope Bay development. The closure and rehabilitation philosophy at TMAC begins during project development and throughout operations to apply progressive reclamation where practical to do so. The overall objectives of the closure and reclamation approach are to establish stable chemical and physical conditions to ensure the future use of the site following reclamation, while meeting the requirements of Inuit, Federal and Territorial governments, landowners, local communities and regulatory authorities.

Over the life of the Project, it is expected that techniques and methodology for mine site reclamation will continue to evolve. Planning for the mine site reclamation will be risk based and remain dynamic in order to take into account results of on-going studies and identified practices for the site-specific conditions as this knowledge base is expanded over time.

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Privacy Statement

TMAC Resources Inc.  (“TMAC”) values your privacy. This policy statement governs our practices with respect to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information on the Careers section of the TMAC web site.

Personal information is information that is personally identifiable to you and may include your name, e-mail address, phone number and mailing address, as the case may be. Personal information does not include the name, title or business address or telephone number of an employee of an organization. TMAC is not asking you to reveal any personal information while visiting our Careers site. On a voluntary basis, you may provide and disclose personal information to us in using the Careers section of this site.

TMAC will never disclose, sell or lease to any third party, any personal information that you provide on this site without your permission, unless required to do so by law.

When you submit a profile on the Careers section of this site you will become a registered user. By submitting your profile on the Careers section of this website you are consenting to TMAC’s collection and use of your personal information for the purpose of considering you for career opportunities with TMAC. You will be able to view, change and update the personal information that you have previously provided and disclosed at any time.

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If you have previously provided us with personal information and wish to verify or remove your personal information, please contact us using the information provided at the end of this Privacy Policy.

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TMAC treats your personal information as private, confidential information and strives to ensure that such information is protected at all times. TMAC is diligent in its efforts to protect your personal information, however as data transmission over the Internet is not secure, TMAC cannot guarantee that such information will not be lost, used unlawfully or modified in a fraudulent manner. Consequently, TMAC bears no liability for the use that may be made of the information by you or any third party.

Changes
TMAC reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy Statement as it deems necessary and without prior notice. Any changes made to this Privacy Policy Statement will be in compliance with privacy laws in effect in Canada and will be posted on this page.

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Contact Us
If you have any questions regarding TMAC’s Privacy Policy Statement or practices, please contact us by phone at 416-628-0216, or by e-mail at privacy@tmacresources.com or in writing at TMAC Resources Inc. 181 University Avenue, Suite 300, P.O. Box 33, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3M7

By providing and disclosing personal information on the Careers section of TMAC’s website I agree with this Privacy Policy. I certify that the statements and answers provided by me in this application form and any supporting documents are true and complete. I understand and agree that false information may disqualify me from employment, or after employment, result in disciplinary action, to the extent permitted under applicable law, up to and including termination.

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