The Best in Mine Safety Training
Under a $4.02 million grant, the Western US Mining Safety and Health Training and Translation Center will address the developing gap in experience by capturing the expert knowledge and situation-based judments of miners in some of the industry's most persistently hazardous jobs. Using scientific training approaches, the effectiveness of the tools will be demonstrated through a set of well-defined, measurable outcomes focused on attaining for miners the desired responses to training scenarios requiring expert skills and judgments. The overriding goal of this five-year effort is the significant reduction of miners' injury experience.
R. L. Grayson, "The Best in Mine Safety Training," Mining Magazine, Aspermont Media, Jan 2005.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
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