Mine Rescue Training
The CSM EMCIS Program is offering four mine rescue training courses that focus on effective communication and decision-making during mine emergency responses utilizing an incident command center structure.
These courses are for either underground mine rescue teams or other rescue teams who may be required to perform rescues in underground structures, such as subway systems, tunnels, etc.
Either novice or experienced rescue teams will find this training useful.
These four courses can be taken as standalone courses or they can be combined for up to two days of training
- Incident Command Center
- Mine Rescue Computer Simulator
- Underground Rescue Exercises at the Edgar Mine
- Heavy Lifting and Airbag Rescue Training
Interested in signing up for our Underground Search and Rescue Training?
Contact Clancy Harman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call the EMCIS Main office at 303-384-2700
- The following link will take you to the MSHA Mine Rescue Home Page.
- The following link will take you to the MSHA Mine Rescue Team Search Tool. (The link contains information for Coal and Metal/Nonmetal Mine Rescue teams by state for both surface and underground teams.)
- A comprehensive information and contact sheet for Mine Rescue Teams nationwide can be found here: Mine Rescue Team Contact Sheet
- The Colorado School of Mines has developed a Student Mine Rescue Team, their home page can be visited here: CSM Mine Rescue