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Releasing the Energy of Workers to Create a Safer Workplace: The Value of Using Mentors to Enhance Safety Training9/1/2002 - Information CircularsThe mentor/learner model is a time-honored approach to teaching. This paper highlights the unique advantages of using mentoring as a teaching method in the mining industry that can make the educational experience both interesting and effective.
9/1/2001 - Information CircularsOrganizations that used problem-solving simulation exercises to support mine health and safety training were surveyed. Recommendations are made for the expansion of simulation exercises as a method for occupational health and safety training.
Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Sterilizing Self-Contained Self-Rescuer Mouthpiece Assemblies Used in Hands-On Training1/1/1989 - Information CircularsThis report addresses issues involved in using a limited number of training apparatus to give hands-on self- contained self-rescuer (SCSR) training to a succession of miners, and provides guidance regarding methods for minimizing the spread of infectiou...
Mine Safety Education and Training Seminar: Proceedings: Bureau of Mines Technology Transfer SeminarThis proceedings volume presents several new developments that are helping to improve the quality and efficiency of health, safety, and occupational skills training in the mining community. Several papers address the issue of how to teach and assess min...