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Protecting our people
Equinox’s top priority is the safety of our workforce. We strive to create a safe working environment and to build teams that are diverse, respectful and collaborative.
Protecting the health and safety of our workforce is Equinox’s greatest responsibility. We protect our workforce by implementing best practices and international standards for health, safety and emergency preparedness, and encourage our team members to strive for continuous improvement and excellence. This risk-based approach helps prioritize our focus and resources so we can mitigate potential incidents before they occur.
Health and Safety
Equinox’s health and safety objective is zero harm. We ensure our workforce has the knowledge, skills and resources to operate safely, and encourage a culture of shared responsibility, where everyone is responsible for their own safety and also the safety of their co-workers.
People Development and Engagement
Our ability to attract and retain top talent is anchored in our ability to provide a workplace that is positive and inspiring. We make significant efforts to be an employer of choice, offering fair pay and benefits and fostering a culture that is welcoming and inclusive. Teamwork is one of our core values.
“We strive to have a highly talented workforce with ethnic and gender diversity that reflects the regions and communities in which we operate.”
Equity Diversity and Inclusion
Our objective is to create a diverse and inclusive culture that solicits multiple perspectives, free of conscious or unconscious bias and discrimination. We believe a workforce with diverse backgrounds and experiences promotes innovation, improved performance and more effective decision making.
We understand human rights as those defined in the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights, and are guided by the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.
- Labour and working conditions
- Community environmental health, including access to clean water
- Community health and safety
- Community cultural, social and economic rights
- Indigenous peoples’ rights
- Land rights and security
- Ethical business practices