QUICK ROSEBEL FACTS

  • The mining concession covers 170 km2
  • Commercial production began in 2004
  • 4.1 million ounces of gold were produced from 2004 to 2015
  • Over 1,600 Surinamese employees and contractors work for Rosebel
  • Daily about 1,000 employees are living/working at the mine site
  • Rosebel build Suriname's first large scale (5 MW) solar plant

Zero Harm is the vision that guides all operations and activities undertaken by Rosebel. It is our commitment to continually strive to reach the highest standards in human health and safety, minimize our impact on the environment, and work co-operatively with our host communities.

Zero Harm is both a goal and a journey, and to help meet our commitments, we rely on partnerships with our host countries, with our host communities, with civil society partners and, most important, with our employees.

Together with our partners, Rosebel often brings high standards of operating safety, environmental responsibility and social sensitivity to areas without a prior history of modern mining or exploration. Partnering with our employees, communities and host countries to build a healthy, safe, sustainable future is not only the right thing to do, it is also good business practice.

Security Policy Statement

Rosebel is committed to protect its people, product, assets and reputation. Everyone at Rosebel has a responsibility in maintaining a secure workplace in identifying, assessing and mitigating risks to as low as reasonably practicable. This policy apply to the entire Rosebel operation including staff, contractors and visitors.

This will be achieved through the adherence of all employees and contractors to documented security procedures and the Code of Conduct, and their obligation to report security incidents, wrongdoing and non-compliance either in person or through the company hotline.

News

O.S. Afobakkaweg wins Brokopondo scholenquiz 2018

16 July 2018
The OS Afobakkaweg elementary school was declared the winner of the Brokopondo school quiz 2018 on Friday 13 July '18. The school quiz is part of the Youth development program of Rosebel Goldmines.
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Brokopondo champions Acconut thank Rosebel for support

12 July 2018
Around the mine site in Brokopondo District, Rosebel Gold Mines has built strong relationships over many years with local communities, including New Lombe. With Rosebel’s support, Acocunut, the New Lombe boys’ soccer team, developed into a strong side and competed in the Surinamese soccer league. Thanks to their hard work and determination, Acoconut were champions of the second division this year, winning promotion to the first division.
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Rosebel Goldmines proud partner of FIBA Qualifiers tournament

16 June 2018
From 17th to 30th June 2018, Suriname's men and women play top basketball players against Caribbean opponents in the FIBA ​​WOMEN'S CARIBBEAN CUP and the FIBA ​​AMERICUP 2021 in the Anthony Nesty Sports Hall. Rosebel Gold Mines is a proud partner of the Surinamese Basketball Association
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