Operation of a Pilot New-Miner Orientation Program
A pilot new-miner pre-employment orientation program is described. The curriculum extends over a five-day period and includes an introduction to mining, first-aid, personal safety equipment, gas and dust protection, analysis of safety, a mine trip and several other topics. As many as five concurrent classes with 20 people per class are being held in locations convenient to the mines. Curricular and organizational details are given.
L. W. Saperstein et al., "Operation of a Pilot New-Miner Orientation Program," National Coal Association, Jan 1975.
Symp on Coal Manage Tech, 1st, Natl Coal Assoc/Bitum Coal Res (NCA/BCR), Coal Conf and Expo 2
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
NCA, Washington, DC
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