Responsible Mining

Environmental and other operating conditions in Mali are governed by the Mining Code and other legislation pertaining to Environmental and Social Management. There is no bond and the disturbed areas have largely been rehabilitated. A closure plan has been agreed with the government, but it is intended to modify that plan following the acquisition in November 2020, on the demonstration of the viability of re-commencing open pit mining.

Environment

Environmental and other operating conditions in Mali are governed by the Mining Code and other

legislation pertaining to Environmental and Social Management. There is no bond and the disturbed areas have largely been rehabilitated. A closure plan has been agreed with the government, but it is intended to modify that plan following the acquisition in November 2020, on the demonstration of the viability of re-commencing open pit mining.

Community

Over the past two decades, Morila has implemented various development initiatives with its surrounding communities. The objective of Morila SA’s community development is to:

Health & Safety

Firefinch is committed to ensuring the highest health and safety standards across the business. Each member of Firefinch’s team has an individual responsibility to apply the appropriate behaviours and work practices that contribute to maintaining a healthy, safe workplace. To achieve and maintain this standard, Firefinch has implemented a strong leadership team to encourage the involvement of all employees and contractors to embody a genuine and proactive approach to caring for each other and the working environment. Firefinch has also implemented strict COVID-19 protocols to help protect our workforce, their families and the local communities in which we operate.

Workforce

Firefinch has been operating in Mali for 9 years.

With a small corporate office in Perth, Western Australia, the vast majority of our workforce are situated in Mali at the Morila Gold Mine with smaller teams operating at the Goulamina project and in the Bamako head office.

In Mali, we have approximately 250 employees and 350 contractors taking our total Malian workforce to approximately 600.

With over 97% of our workforce being Malian Nationals, we value our talented employees and contractors and will continue to engage and develop local people as our projects grow and prosper.

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