Tag: safety training

Students learn about cap hook-ups at Missouri S&T. Photo courtesy of Anthony Konya

Training tomorrow’s leaders to work safely

October 22, 2018By , and

The University of Missouri Science & Technology puts the art of experiential learning into effect for the next generation of engineers and supervisors.

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The good, the bad and the ugly of online training courses

August 27, 2018By

Be wary of the Internet-based ‘MSHA training program,’ as it might be a hoax to lure money out of your pocket.

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MSHA to distribute $250K in safety grants

July 24, 2018By

The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) funding will enable recipients to develop training materials, provide mine safety training and more.

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Zatezalo addresses workplace exams, MSHA training resources

January 3, 2018By

David Zatezalo, assistant secretary of labor for the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA), discussed several topics related to the aggregate industry in a letter to the Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers.

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MSHA Part 46, Part 48 training now available in Spanish

December 15, 2017By

Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) new miner and refresher training is now available online to Spanish speakers.

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How Lehigh Hanson is making its operations safer

August 11, 2017By

Lehigh Hanson’s safety and health initiatives boosted safety across its operations, reducing injury rates by 20 percent.

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Workplace exams rule enforcement delayed to October

May 22, 2017By

The Mine Safety & Health Administration is extending the effective date of its final rule on workplace exams to Oct 2.

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States to receive mine safety training funds

July 6, 2016By

Forty-seven states will receive a total of $8.4 million to support safety and health training courses to reduce mining accidents, injuries and illnesses.

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