Mining Product: Roof Fall Entrapment: Eyewitness Account by Dave Murone
Original creation date: January 1992
In this videotape, DaveDave tells about the experience of having to recover the body of a friend who was killed by a roof fall. The individual who was killed was inby supports at the time of the accident. Dave speculates on why his friend was under unsupported top and discusses the effect that witnessing this accident had on him. An instructor's guide is included to help you use the tape as part of an effective training session.
This video would be beneficial for use with anyone who works underground. It would be particularly useful for training new miners. The instructor's guide contains suggestions to help you use the tape as part of an effective training session.
Skills reviewed: Emergency first response.
- DVD Video (10 minutes) - This video can be ordered from the Mine Safety and Health Administration at its web site listed below.
- Instructor's Guide: Roof Fall Entrapment Videotape, Dave Murone's Account
Authors: U.S. Bureau of Mines
Audience: Underground miners and new miners
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- Page last reviewed: 10/7/2014
- Page last updated: 10/7/2014
- Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Mining Program