Kinross offers annual arsenic testing to all its employees. The results are communicated to employees during their periodic medical checkups. Urine tests of on average 1,418 samples per year since 2012 indicate all employees tested below screening levels of less than 50 µg/g of Creatinine for arsenic exposure, which is the Brazilian occupational exposure guidelines (NR -07 – Brazilian Regulating Standard, Labor and Employment Ministry, 1994)7. Levels below 10 μg/gC are considered to have no exposure. Out of 7,093 tests conducted between 2012 and 2016, 78% had arsenic values less than 10 μg/gC, 97% less than 20 μg/gC, and 100% less than 40 μg/gC. For comparison, note that after a seafood meal, the level of arsenic in urine may be greater than 200 µg/gC, after which it will decline to less than 35 µg/gC over a period of 1 to 2 days.