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3/6/2019 - Research projectsA project to establish a program that assesses and tracks miner health and hazard exposures to determine needs for targeted intervention and research reduce occupational illnesses and improve miners’ health in the U.S.
3/1/2019 - Peer reviewed journal articlesAn article that aims to concisely review what is and is not known about worker fatigue in mining.
12/16/2018 - Research projectsA project to develop evidence-based fatigue toolkits, enabling mines to sustainably and independently measure fatigue, interpret fatigue assessments, and select, implement, and evaluate appropriate interventions related to mineworker fatigue.
12/3/2018 - Awards and recognitionJoin the Mining Program in celebrating the hard work of the men and women who extract much-needed resources from the earth on National Miners Day on December 6, 2018.
12/1/2018 - Non-peer reviewed journal articlesAn article detailing the development of a mine rescue support vehicle prototype and describing the additional capabilities that are being integrated into the vehicle.
12/5/2017 - News and announcementsMiner's Day is December 6, 2017. We celebrate miners and honor the difficult work they do. Our society depends on them to produce the raw materials we need.
3/20/2017 - Research areasFire Fighting Topic Page
12/1/2016 - News and announcementsMiner's Day is December 6, 2016. Celebrate our miners and the hard work they do to support our society and build a safe and prosperous mining industry.
A feature story to announce the publication of a new NIOSH RI on built-in-place refuge alternatives.
7/1/2016 - Peer reviewed journal articlesAn article contributing to the general understanding of mental practice by investigating the utility of and participant reaction to a virtual reality maintenance training among underground coal mine first responders.