NSSGA promotes safety, health program

By |  December 16, 2015

nssga-safety-programThe National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) promoted its Occupational Health Program at the annual National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health workshop for underground mines in Louisville, Ky.

“NSSGA’s Occupational Health Program is a user-friendly guide that helps all mine operators to learn what is needed to get ahead of the curve in safeguarding worker wellness,” says Joseph Casper, NSSGA vice president of safety.

The association’s program encourages members to establish programs that will develop a workforce capable of recognizing, analyzing and avoiding work hazards. The Occupational Health Program offers practical tips for controlling silica and dust.

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