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Health and Safety in Exploration 4 is one of a series of courses developed from e3 Plus: A Framework for Responsible Exploration, a guideline developed by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) to help exploration companies continuously improve their social, environmental and health and safety performance and to comprehensively integrate these three aspects into all of their exploration programs around the world. e3 Plus provides the means for members to reduce social and environmental risk to their projects, to benefit local communities and to enable companies to become world leaders in corporate social responsibility performance (CSR). The intended audience for e3 Plus includes: the exploration sector, local communities, government organizations, non-governmental organizations, civil society, academia or any interested party. The complete series of e3Plus courses includes the following titles: Principles and Guidance for Responsible Exploration Social Responsibility in Exploration Environmental Stewardship in Exploration 1 - 2 Health and Safety in Exploration 1 - 4 Students of these courses please note that the first course in the series, Principles and Guidance, must be studied before any of the other courses. Authors PDAC Duration: 25 Hours Access: 90 Days Category: Safety Level: Introduce Version Date: February 22, 2013 Read More

This course is the third in a series of courses that cover safety and rescue procedures to be used in prevention, preparedness and rescue operations for accidents or disasters at surface and underground mining operations. This course focuses on rescue rigging, rescue tools and rescue operations concerned with extreme terrain, vehicle accidents, electrical hazards and cold weather hazards. The course also serves as a guide to good practice at any time when people are working in physically dangerous mining situations. Other courses in the series include... Mine Safety and Rescue 1 - Underground Gas Hazards Mine Safety and Rescue 2 - Underground Fire Hazards Acquiring a basic knowledge and understanding of mine safety and rescue is essential in order to be well prepared for any dangerous occurrence at the workplace. The mine safety and rescue courses provide in depth coverage of the theoretical application of mine safety and rescue techiques. Practical application of the rescue techniques covered in these courses requires supplementary physical training of rescue teams. The author has been training in rescue awareness and preparedness for over twenty years and provides on or offsite training services to mining operations. Mine rescue work is demanding and at times dangerous. Mine rescue teams are highly trained and skilled personnel. They must have an intimate knowledge of their equipment and master all the skills required to accomplish rescue missions. It is important that mine personnel receive periodic instruction and training in the duties they will be required to perform in the event of a mine accident or disaster at their operation. Once the basic mine rescue skills are learned, training and practice are required to develop a competent mine rescue team that can work together and accomplish rescue objectives. These courses have been derived from the "Mine Rescue Manual" developed by the Ministry of Energy and Mines, British Columbia, Canada. The courses are now supported and presented by the author, who has extensive experience in mine rescue training and safety procedures. Authors Graham Seal-Jones C.Tech   Duration 8 hours Access 90 Days Category Safety Level Specialize Version Date March 29, 2005 ​Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

  This is a training course for all mine personnel involved in surface mining and quarrying. The course is an overview of the major safety issues pertaining to surface mines and quarries. It is meant to introduce hazards rather than provide in-depth safety training on the many hazards present on a mine site. Because every operation is different, you may not encounter all of the situations presented. There may be others that are specific to your mine that are not included here. If so, you should be made aware of these through training and/or working with an experienced mentor. Your mine is required to provide the training and equipment necessary to keep you as safe as possible while working on the property. It is up to you to learn this information, and to use it. The video clips used in this training are taken from the NIOSH video "Aggregate Training for the Safety Impaired: Safety Training for Everyone Else". Although the hazards associated with surface mining are presented in a humorous fashion, each of the safety issues presented should be given serious attention. You will watch two new hires, Ted and Slick, who do not take safety seriously, and who suffer the consequences. They learn some valuable lessons from older, wiser miners, on how to keep themselves safe on the job. Your safety is no laughing matter…this training should be used to keep you out of harm's way while you learn how to be a safe, productive worker. While the mandates of the mining regulatory agencies are law in the US, they are also comprehensive enough to be considered best practice for mining in countries throughout the world. The author is a Certified Mine Safety Professional as well as an MSHA Certified Instructor for both surface and underground. This course material was developed originally for the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and is compliant with MSHA regulations. Authors Elaine T. Cullen, MBA, PhD, CMSP Trudy Gallinger MA.Ed, Curriculum Development     Duration 4 hours Access 90 Days Category Safety Level Specialize Version Date June 29, 2010 Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

This is a training course for all mine personnel involved in underground coal mining. The course is an overview of the major safety issues pertaining to flame cutting and welding in coal mines. It is meant to introduce hazards rather than provide in-depth safety training on the many hazards present on a mine site. Because every operation is different, you may not encounter all of the situations presented. There may be others that are specific to your mine that are not included here. If so, you should be made aware of these through training and/or working with an experienced mentor. Your mine is required to provide the training and equipment necessary to keep you as safe as possible while working on the property. It is up to you to learn this information, and to use it. The video clips used in this training are taken from the NIOSH video "Tame the Flame: Flame Cutting and Welding Safety for Underground Coal Miners". Coal mines can be dangerous places. They are developed in solid fuel and are constantly leaking methane, commonly known as natural gas. Miners can work safely in these environments, but if things go wrong, it can be disastrous. The explosion that occurred at the Upper Big Branch Mine in West Virginia, USA, on April 5th, 2010, killed 29 miners. While MSHA (the US Mine Safety and Health Administration) had not yet determined exactly what happed at Upper Big Branch at the time this course was written, it is clear to all that it was a gas explosion. Other explosions in mines in China and elsewhere in the U.S. have claimed thousands of lives. While this training course focuses on coal mines, other types of mines can be considered gassy. If you are working in any of these mines, you must know how to do it safely. A simple mistake could cause the entire mine to blow up, killing you and everyone in the area. The video clips included in this training show miners at three coal mines in the US, two in Kentucky and one out west in Wyoming. Your host, Ted Teske, visits these mines and learns from experts at all three about the dangers associated with using flame cutting torches and welders when methane is present. Most importantly, he learns how to protect himself and the others in the mine. While the mandates of the mining regulatory agencies are law in the US, they are also comprehensive enough to be considered best practice for mining in countries throughout the world. The author is a Certified Mine Safety Professional as well as an MSHA Certified Instructor for both surface and underground. This course material was developed originally for the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and is compliant with MSHA regulations. Authors Elaine T. Cullen, MBA, PhD, CMSP Trudy Gallinger MA.Ed, Curriculum Development   Duration 4 hours Access 90 Days Category Safety Level Specialize Version Date July 2, 2010 Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

This is a training course for all mine personnel involved in underground mining. The underground miner faces a constant hazard from rockfalls. In order to protect yourself and your co-workers, it is necessary that you understand why rock falls, and what you can do to keep yourself safe. While the mandates of the mining regulatory agencies are law in the US, they are also comprehensive enough to be considered best practice for mining in countries throughout the world. The author is a Certified Mine Safety Professional as well as an MSHA Certified Instructor for both surface and underground. This course material was developed originally for the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and is compliant with MSHA regulations. Authors Elaine T. Cullen, MBA, PhD, CMSP Trudy Gallinger MA.Ed, Curriculum Development   Duration 3 hours Access 90 Days Category Safety Level Specialize Version Date August 25, 2008 Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More Read More

  This is a training course for all mine personnel involved in underground mining. It provides knowledge of specific hazards associated with powered haulage in underground mining, including identification of potentially hazardous situations, appropriate behavior around transportation, interpretation of transportation signage, and safety checks prior to operation of transportation. While the mandates of the mining regulatory agencies are law in the US, they are also comprehensive enough to be considered best practice for mining in countries throughout the world. The author is a Certified Mine Safety Professional as well as an MSHA Certified Instructor for both surface and underground. This course material was developed originally for the US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and is compliant with MSHA regulations. Authors Elaine T. Cullen, MBA, PhD, CMSP Trudy Gallinger MA.Ed, Curriculum Development   Duration 4 hours Access 90 Days Category Safety Level Specialize Version Date February 8, 2010 Need to train a team? Whether you're looking for a customized training program or developing a team, we have enterprise solutions to fit your needs. Learn More       Read More

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