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7/1/2000 - Peer reviewed journal articlesBecause of the need to provide short-term or real-time estimates of worker respirable dust exposure, porous foam may be a viable classification media for a low flow rate, disposable respirable dust sampler for use in the coal mining industry.
10/1/1999 - NIOSH/USBM numbered publicationsThis is the Instructor's Copy of the document. This document contains most of the materials needed to use the exercises on proper self-contained self-rescuer usage.
10/1/1999 - NIOSH/USBM numbered publicationsThis document contains most of the materials needed to conduct a training exercise for remote control miner operators and face crews.
6/1/1999 - Conference papersA series of mine rescue training exercises was developed, conducted, and evaluated by NIOSH in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Deep Mine Safety and several mining companies.
3/1/1999 - Conference papersThis conference paper presents some findings obtained from interviews with coal miners about why supervisors sometimes fail to enforce an important mine safety rule.
5/1/1998 - Conference papersReports on a series of mine rescue training exercises developed, conducted and evaluated by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Deep Min...
4/1/1998 - NIOSH/USBM numbered publicationsThe program of research for NIOSH in fiscal year 1998.
Overview of U.S. Research on Three Approaches to Ensuring That Coal Miners Work Safely: Management, Workplace Design and Training2/1/1997 - Conference papersThis paper summarized the past 20 years of U.S. research to ensure that underground coal miners work safely.
1/1/1995 - Conference papersThe intent of this article is to provide guidance to mine operators concerning the use of four techniques for influencing mine employees to work safely: (1) employee surveys, (2) incentives, (3) fear communications, and (4) disciplinary actions.
1/1/1994 - NIOSH/USBM numbered publicationsThis paper reviews the basics of developing safety interventions aimed at improving worker performance and describes approaches for maintaining program effectiveness. Emphasis is given to identifying performance discrepancies (hazardous behaviors) by ob...