Mining Product: Lifeline Tactile Signal Flashcards
Original creation date: August 2011
These flashcards are an easy way to go over the lifeline tactile signals quickly with the miners at your mine.
Two files are available: the first file contains large-sized flashcards which can be used for larger meetings, such as pre-shift safety talks. The second file contains smaller flashcards which may be cut out and used for smaller meetings, such as crew pre-shift meetings. Simply print out the flashcards and laminate them if possible, and you will be ready for a quick practice session with the miners.</p>
- Download and extract the ZIP file to a folder on your hard disk.
- Open the PDF and print either large or small format flash cards. See instructions for printing below.
Instructions for printing the flash cards
- Set printer settings to Full Duplex (print on both sides)
- Print in color
- For small flashcards, cut apart. Laminate if desired to make the flashcards last longer.
Authors: CY Kingsley-Westerman, C Kosmoski
Audience: Mine trainers
Reference - August 2011
Pittsburgh, PA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 2011 Aug
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