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Coal Mine Safety and Health Inspectors Retraining Event Description

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Coal Mine Safety and Health Inspectors Retraining

Short Course

June 19 thru June 28, 2011
National Mine Health and Safety Academy
1301 Airport Road
Beaver, West Virginia, USA

MSHA underground and surface coal mine safety and health inspectors are required to receive a minimum of two weeks of training every two years. This is the first year of the current two-year training cycle for journeyman coal mine safety and health inspectors.

Subjects:

  • Brake Cars & Hoists
  • Cable Bolts & Trusses
  • Computer Data Retrieval Issues
  • Diesel
  • Electrical Enforcement Consistency
  • Fatality Review & Library Retrieval Issues
  • Fire Protection on Conveyor Belt Lines
  • Hands-on Permissibility
  • Health Issues
  • Internal Review Issues
  • New Miner Act & S&S
  • Rigging
  • Seals
  • Please note: Information on this course is on page 58 of the following course catalogue link -- Courses for MSHA and the Mining Industry


    Contact Information

    Cheryl Stevens
    National Mine Health and Safety Academy
    Department of Instructional Services
    1301 Airport Road
    Beaver, West Virginia
    USA  25813-9426

    Phone: (304) 256-3252
    Fax: (304) 256-3251
    E-Mail: stevens.cheryl@dol.gov

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