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Strategies for improving miners' training
  • Published Date:
    September 2002
Filetype[PDF - 2.26 MB]


Details:
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Pittsburgh Research Laboratory (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) ; Spokane Research Laboratory (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) ;
  • Series:
    Information circular (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) ; 9463
    DHHS publication ; no. (NIOSH) 2002-156
  • Description:
    Introduction -- Principles of Adult Learning: Application for Mine Trainers -- Getting Through to Greenhorns: Do Old Training Styles Work With New Miners? -- An Overview of the Evaluation Process for Mine Trainers -- Innovative Alternatives to Traditional Classroom Health and Safety Training -- Considerations in Training On-the-Job Trainers -- Releasing the Energy of Workers To Create a Safer Workplace: The Value of Using Mentors to Enhance Safety Training -- Developing Toolbox Training Materials for Mining -- Communicating the Same Message with Different Media: An Example from Hearing Loss Prevention.

    "A growing concern among mine safety professionals regards the training of new workers. A major change in the mining workforce is anticipated within the next decade. In major segments of mining, especially coal, relatively few workers have been hired since the 1970''s. Thus, as an entire cohort of miners in the current workforce nears retirement, the replacement of these employees will require an influx of new workers. New miners may be young people who lack the ability to recognize and respond to mining hazards in an appropriate manner. they may also have had different educational experiences than their older counterparts. Many safety professionals believe that these two cohorts require different approaches to training. The papers in this report should help prepare mine trainers for the changes about to occur in the workforce and acquaint them with strategies they can use to enhance the effectiveness of their training." - NIOSHTIC-2

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