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3/1/2012 - Technology NewsNIOSH completed a major redesign of MFIRE and replaced its outdated programming language with an object-oriented C++ approach. The program was split into a front-end with a simple graphical-user-interface (GUI), and the MFIRE “engine” back-end.
12/1/2011 - Technology NewsTo update the current SPONCOM software to SponCom 2.0 with a Windows-based platform, using tabs and easy-to-navigate screens for entering or selecting data.
4/1/2003 - Technology NewsThe Coal Mine Roof Rating (CMRR) is a roof classification system. It was first introduced to the mining community in 1994. It has now been written to a user friendly version that can be run on any PC with a Windows operating system.
6/1/2002 - Technology NewsMERITS simulates underground and surface events related to the disaster. It exposes the user to events that typically occur during a mine emergency, such as lack of information and miscommunication. It also presents trainees with issues that must be add...