Safety Seminar 2018

Topics for the seminar will include presentations from Attorneys, MSHA, EMCIS staff, and Industry Safety Consultants.  Two prominent MSHA attorneys, Mark Savit with Husch Blackwell, and Laura Beverage from Jackson Kelly have accepted invitations to speak along with MSHA local district managers or their designee.

The seminar will be exploring fatigue in mining, indicators for determining alertness, factors affecting your brain and how this relates to safety, as well as the MSHA updates.

 

Target Audience:

  • Mine Managers
  • Safety Personnel
  • Human Resource Mangers
  • Union Personnel
  • Contractors in the Mining Industry

 

Content:

  • Handling MSHA Inspections and Investigations
  • Determining Employee Alertness & Impairment Using Leading Indicators like the “Alertmeter”
  • MSHA Metal/Non-Metal update (including Workplace Exams)
  • MSHA Coal update (including Proximity Detection Systems)
  • Improved Performance in Mine Safety
  • Stress, Fatigue and your Brain

 

Duration: 

  • One Day 8:00am - 5:00pm

 

Course Dates:

  • September 27, 2018

 

Location:

  • American Mountaineering Museum - 710 10th Street, Golden, CO. 

 

Cost:

  • $85 
  • Students may attend for $25

*Cost includes lunch

 

Registration:

  • Enrollment will be limited to the first 50 who register
  • To register, click here

Select "other courses offered" and fill in the form with price ($85) and Safety Seminar 2018 as well as your information. Add the course to your cart and proceed to checkout.

If you are having trouble registering, please give us a call at (303) 384-2700.

 

COURSE ENROLLMENT POLICIES

All course cancellations will be charged a $25 service fee. No refunds will be made to registrants who fail to cancel five (5) working days prior to the originally scheduled course. 
Registration fee includes tuition, all course materials, and refreshment breaks.
Information regarding course location and directions will be sent to registrants upon receipt of registration form.
Registrants are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements. Information on local accommodations will be provided upon receipt of registration form.
CSM reserves the right to cancel the course and return registration fees if enrollment is insufficient.

 

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