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Radio 101 is a program to train miners in the use of two-way radio communication in the mines.
3/1/2011 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) developed a training program to prepare miners for what to expect psychologically and physiologically inside of a refuge chamber.
Underground Coal Mining Injury: A Look at How Age and Experience Relate to Days Lost from Work Following an Injury4/1/2010 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis study used the MSHA database on accidents, injury, and illness from the years 2003-2007 to examine how age and experience at the current mine, total years experience as a coal miner, and experience in the current job affects injury severity.
2/1/2010 - Information CircularsThis publication provides an historical overview of research undertaken by the U.S. federal government over the last 100 years to improve the health and safety of our nation's miners. Federal research efforts began with the establishment of the U.S. Bur...
12/1/2009 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis document highlights NIOSH's research and recommendations concerning refuge alternatives, survivability evaluations of refuge chambers, and presents a brief review of the current deployment of refuge chambers in underground coal mines in the U.S.
11/1/2008 - Book chaptersThis paper features how researchers use DHM to assess and ultimately decrease the occupational risk and threats faced by underground coal mine machine operators.
7/1/2008 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis article discusses the social and cultural power of stories, and how they have been used to develop training for skilled blue-collar workers.
An Examination of Antecedents to Coal Miners' Hearing Protection Behaviors: A Test of the Theory of Planned Behavior2/1/2008 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe motivation behind this investigation was to apply an established theory to better understand three potential antecedents to intentions toward wearing hearing protection among coal miners.
2/1/2008 - Information CircularsThis report summarizes a field study by NIOSH that documented the reactions of 30 miners at 4 underground coal mines concerning the use of personal dust monitors (PDMs) and how they make use of the information it provides.
12/1/2007 - Unpublished documents and reportsSection 13 of the Mine Improvement and New Emergency Response Act of 2006 ("MINER Act"), PL 109-236, required NIOSH to conduct "research, including field tests, concerning the utility, practicality, survivability, and cost of various refuge alternatives...