Tag: training

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MSHA awards safety grant to University of Nebraska at Kearney

May 13, 2019By

The Mine Safety & Health Administration awarded a $92,000 grant to the Nebraska Safety Center to assist the University of Nebraska at Kearney in training the state’s mining industry.

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Lecturers from a wide range of industry professions presented before a Quarry Academy class consisting of more than 100 attendees. Photo courtesy of Dyno Nobel

How Quarry Academy prepares tomorrow’s leaders

February 25, 2019By

The annual event Sandvik and Dyno Nobel host remains a popular draw for aggregate producers to expand the technical knowledge of their up-and-coming employees.

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Brian Taylor, left, Director of Manufacturing for Telsmith, presents the donation to Taylor Last, right, Port Washington High School Technology Education and FIRST Robotics Team coach. Photo courtesy of Telsmith

Telsmith donates to Wisconsin HS tech-ed program

October 23, 2018By

Telsmith donated funds to Port Washington High School, assisting with purchasing manufacturing equipment for the school’s technical education department.

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MSHA to distribute $10.5M in state grant funding

October 2, 2018By

The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) awarded funding to support safety and health courses, and other programs.

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How to build a strong safety culture

July 25, 2018By

Going beyond compliance training is one of the biggest steps organizations can take.

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Diesel Laptops develops training program

May 15, 2018By

The company opened enrollment for its hands-on, in-classroom diesel technician training program.

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Effective training methods for aggregate employees

March 6, 2018By

At AGG1 Academy, Jerad Heitzler led an education session on training employees at aggregate operations, highlighting affected methods supported by research.

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Best practices: Equipment maintenance

December 5, 2016By

Wade Lippert of Kolberg-Pioneer shares several best practices on creating a strong equipment maintenance program at your aggregate operation.

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