April 7, 2017 Report
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April 7, 2017 Report

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April 7, 2017 Report

Mosaic Utilizing Company-wide Talent to Support Sinkhole Repairs

A safety specialist from Mosaic’s Esterhazy potash mine is taking her knowledge and experience from Canada to Florida for six months.

Jacki Hilts is on a temporary assignment to support her colleagues repairing the sinkhole.

She was selected because of her extensive experience supporting underground potash mining, which can include large scale drilling and grouting projects.

“This assignment is a great example of sharing talent across the company to work on projects that are critical to our business,” said Mosaic Director, EHSS-Potash, Holland Thompson.

In her new role, Hilts will be the Mosaic contact for all contract partners working on the grouting project.

Hilts said she is working closely with the contract partners to implement safety controls, further align their safety programs with Mosaic’s and consult on safety-related questions.

“I have been fortunate enough to work at the Esterhazy K2 mine for quite a while and have witnessed the strong safety culture there,” Hilts explained. “I am taking what I learned in Esterhazy and applying it here at New Wales.”