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Carmen Copper Corporation: Mining responsibility for a brighter future

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Carmen Copper Corporation: Mining responsibility for a brighter future; A subsidiary of Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation. Presentation for the Seminar - Workshop and Media Fellowship on Covering the Extractive Industries: Digging Out Stories that Matter

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Carmen Copper Corporation: Mining responsibility for a brighter future

  1. 1. A subsidiary of Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation
  2. 2. Core Values
  3. 3. Our Business Carmen Copper Corporation (100%) Operational area covers 1,676 has. in Toledo City, Cebu RESPONSIBLE MINING MINERAL PRODUCTION SHARING AGREEMENT (MPSA) NO. 210-2005-VII (MPSA) NO. 264-2008-VII
  4. 4. CARMEN PIT
  5. 5. CARMEN CONCENTRATOR
  6. 6. SANGI PORT
  7. 7. Outstanding Environmental Protection and Work Safety Performance
  8. 8. LOCATION MAP
  9. 9. Total Number of Employees as of September 30, 2017: 2,465 Toledanos – 81% Non-Toledanos – 19% Our People, Our Core Asset
  10. 10. Employee demographics Total Percentage (%) Male Female Total Male Female Total 227 51 278 1635 77 1712 1,990 81 158 35 193 270 12 282 475 19 385 86 471 1905 89 1994 2,465 100 Type Managerial Rank & File Toledanos Non-Toledanos Total No. of Personnel Percentage (%) 1 Don Andres Soriano 778 31.6 2 Media Once 137 5.6 3 Biga 120 4.9 4 Bagakay 34 1.4 5 Loay 6 0.2 1,075 43.6 IMPACT BARANGAYS Barangays Total Note: Toledo City Ordinance provide a 70% requirement for hiring of Toledanos. At an average of 4 pax per household, this translates to approximately 10,000 beneficiaries of the company.
  11. 11. Housing Accommodation Managerial employees are entitled to housing accommodation in the company staff houses and dormitories. Our employee benefits exceed statutory requirements
  12. 12. Recreational Facilities The different recreational facilities promote health and wellness among employees and dependents.
  13. 13. Medical and Dental Benefits Nestled inside the minesite is the company-owned Carmen Copper Corporation Hospital that provides high quality medical care and services to the sick and injured employees, dependents and the members of the community.
  14. 14. School Subsidy for employees dependents Employees may send their children to De La Salle -Andres Soriano Memorial College with a subsidy Each schooling dependent is also entitled to a monthly school subsidy Level Year/Level No. of employees No. of dependents Subsidized amount for the whole year Managerial Nursery 6 6 44,463.60 Kindergarten-Grade 10 53 71 1,013,709.60 Rank and file Nursery 11 11 81,516.60 Kindergarten-Grade 10 82 96 1,370,649.60 TOTAL: 152 184 2,510,339.40 ASMC School Subsidy: S.Y. 2017-2018
  15. 15. Compensation above industry standards Carmen Copper offers entry-level wages that are above the legal requirements and above industry standards. CCC average daily wage is 65% better than Toledo City minimum wage and 50% above the Cebu Province minimum wage.
  16. 16. Learning and Growth Carmen Copper invests heavily on trainings and other developmental interventions for the continued learning and growth of its workforce.
  17. 17. Advocate of industrial peace NCMB-DOLE 2017 Outstanding Grievance Machinery for Industrial Peace Award
  18. 18. Governing Laws Carmen Copper is governed by the following pertinent environmental laws and policies Our Compliance Initiatives
  19. 19. Environmental Protection and Enhancement Program (EPEP) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 MillionPesos EPEP SPENDING PhP 301.48M PhP 45.82M PhP 596.45M TOTAL PhP2.23 Billion PhP 169.00M PhP 122.82M PhP 363.3M PhP 227.14M PhP 411.87M
  20. 20. Tailings Disposal Settling Ponds Oil-Water Separator Solid Waste Water Quality Air Quality PMS of Heavy Equipment Wetting of Haul Roads Solid waste Segregation Bins Material Recovery Facility Haz Mat storage shed Used oil storage facilities Hazardous Waste Dust Suppression Environmental Protection & Control Measures
  21. 21. Water Quality Monitoring MGB-7 Multi-Partite Monitoring Air Quality Monitoring Environmental Monitoring Activities River Flow Rate Monitoring River Water Sampling Impounded Water Sampling Ambient Air Sampling Emission Testing Ambient Noise Ground Water sampling Surface Water Sampling Compliance Monitoring
  22. 22. • Champion, Best Mining Forest2010 • 1st Runner up, Best Mining Forest 2011,2013 and 2015 • 2nd Runner up, Best Mining Forest 2012, 2014 and 2016 • Best National Greening Program • Implementer Region VII2013 • Gawad Tugas Awardee for Responsible Mining Region 7 (2015) and Outstanding Forest Management (2017), PMIEA Titanium Award 2015, 2017
  23. 23. Employee participation & awareness Reforestation and Revegetation Program/Initiatives
  24. 24. Seedlings Production
  25. 25. Research and Development
  26. 26. Waste Dump Reforestation
  27. 27.  2010 Biga Pit Reforestation  2017
  28. 28. Road going to Malubog Dam area 2016 2013
  29. 29. ESTABLISHED REFORESTATION AREA as of 2016 BIGA PITCARMEN PIT LUTOPAN PIT
  30. 30. INTERVENTION TOTAL PLANTATION Seedlings Planted 2,090,084 Hectares 1,237.81 TRIAL PLANTING Seedlings Planted 47,721 Hectares 0.30 ENRICHMENT Seedlings Planted 48,435 Hectares 96.87 GRAND TOTAL Seedlings Planted 2,186,240 Hectares 1,334.97 TOTAL SEEDLINGS DONATED 461,731 REFORESTATION ACCOMPLISHMENT as of 2016
  31. 31. Building Sustainable Communities
  32. 32. Social Development and Management Program 1.5% of total operating cost PhP498 Million Total SDMP spending from 2009-2016 PhP196 Million 2017 SDMP Budget Allocation (spent to date Sep 2017 – PhP75.2M)
  33. 33. SDMP Areas of Concern Pursuant to DENR Administrative Order No. 2010-21, areas of concern under SDMP are:  Enterprise Development  Assistance to Infrastructure Development and Support Services  Access to Education and Educational Support Programs  Access to Health Services, Health Facilities and Health Professionals  Protection and Respect of Socio- cultural Values  Use of Facilities Within Mine Camp  Human Resource Development and Institutional Building
  34. 34. 2018 SDMP FRAMEWORK  HEALTH CARE PROGRAM • Malnutrition • Access to health services • Health Insurances • Access to safe and clean water • Raising of critical awareness • Health structures and facilities • Prevention care for the Environment  EDUCATION • Scholarships on technical vocational and degrees • Building of Schools and facilities • Trainings and enhancement support  LIVELIHOOD ENTERPRISES AND NETWORK DEVELOPMENT • Food Security • Entrepreneurships • Technological transfer and capacitation • Formation of People Organizations (PO) and strengthening • Economic Evolvement  PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE • Roads • Multipurpose facilities • Electrifications • Water
  35. 35. Enterprise Development and Networking Livelihood opportunities for the marginalized sectors KNKAI group received food and meat processing equipment Pantawid beneficiaries in DAS received livelihood assistance
  36. 36. More than 500 local farmer beneficiaries  Distribution of farm inputs and implements  Slope Agricultural Land Technology Project  Swine dispersal  Vegetable Production, etc
  37. 37. Enterprise Development
  38. 38. Enterprise DevelopmentEnterprise Development
  39. 39. Enterprise Development
  40. 40. Infrastructure Development and Support Services Construction of Farm-to-Market Roads, Multi-purpose Buildings, School Buildings, Covered Courts, Water System, Riprap, etc to boost socio-economic growth
  41. 41. Infrastructure Development
  42. 42. Infrastructure Development
  43. 43. Infrastructure Development
  44. 44. CLOCKWISE: DAS Cultural Center, Church Construction, Multipurpose Covered Court and Multipurpose Building
  45. 45. Access to Education & Educational Support Programs 103 SCHOLARS 76 High School 27 College
  46. 46. 147 TECHVOC SCHOLARS Shielded Metal Arc Welding & Electrical Installation and Maintenance CCC-TESDA Skills Training Program
  47. 47. Soon to Rise TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL TRAINING FACILITY To establish a training facility that shall produce appropriately skilled workers, not only for Carmen Copper Corporation, but including other sectors whether local or abroad and the emerging labor-intensive industries To equip members of the community with skills that they need to increase their employability
  48. 48. Construction of school buildings and related facilities
  49. 49. Future Leaders of Toledo Program
  50. 50. Leadership Excellence Awards to outstanding High School Completers within the host and neighboring barangays
  51. 51. Access to Health Services, Health Facilities and Health Professionals  Bringing medical care and professionals closer to the people through the Doctor to the Barangay Project and Medical Missions Improving the quality of health services through construction, improvement and upgrade of facilities
  52. 52. Doktor to the Barangay Project Project area: 7 remote barangays Services: •Weekly consultation and other wellness activities such as group discussion, health education, gardening, etc. •Free medicines Beneficiaries to date: 3,286 indigent patients
  53. 53. More health programs Expanded School-based Feeding Program in 27 day-care and elementary schools benefitting 2,150 wasted, severely wasted, malnourished and undernourished pupils Annual Blood Donation Activity in partnership with Philippine Red Cross and Department of Health
  54. 54. Medical Mission in partnership with SM Foundation 355 indigent patients served September 30, 2017 CCC Hospital
  55. 55. Medical Mission in partnership with Perpetual Succour Hospital 350 indigent patients served June 17, 2017 CCC Hospital
  56. 56. Donation of Medicines and Medical Equipment to improve the quality of health services for the Toledanos
  57. 57. Donation of Ambulance to host and neighbouring barangays to improve their emergency response 13 ambulances donated
  58. 58. Protection and respect of socio-cultural values Mass Wedding benefits 32 couples
  59. 59. Socio Cultural Activities
  60. 60. Use of services/facilities within the mine camp Residents enjoy free transportation within mine camp through community buses
  61. 61. DISASTER RESPONSE In quake-hit Surigao del Norte, Carmen Copper sent a team of engineers and rescuers to help in the structural assessment of buildings and to conduct relief and rescue operations
  62. 62. Restoring damaged classrooms in three schools in Surigao del Norte BEFORE AFTER IMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SISON, SURIGAO DEL NORTE
  63. 63. Restoring the livelihood of Yolanda-affected fisherfolks in Panitugan Islet, Bantayan, Cebu In remote Panitugan islet, the livelihood of 17 fisherfolks/families were restored by giving them pumpboats and fishing paraphernalia
  64. 64. ECONOMIC CONTRIBU- TION We commit to be a leading contributor to the Philippine economy while ensuring that the best outcomes are delivered to all our stakeholders. Total excise tax paid from 2011-2016 is PhP1.47 Billion 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 MillionPesos EXCISE TAX PAID 235Mil 271Mil 255Mil 277Mil 212Mil 217Mil
  65. 65. Sharing Distribution of Excise Taxes (2011-2016) National Government 880M Barangay 255M Toledo City 328M Cebu Province 146M
  66. 66. ECONOMIC CONTRIBU- TION Year 2011 - 2016 National Taxes 3,518,259,348 Local Taxes 534,410,448 Withholding Taxes 2,349,772,981 Total Taxes Paid 6,402,442,777 Annual Average 1,067,073,796 Total taxes paid from 2011-2016
  67. 67. “Ang kinabuhi sa Mina, Kinabuhi sa akong Pamilya ug sa Katilingban ta” The life of the mine is the life of my family and the community

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