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Outputs: Workshops

2nd International Control Banding Workshop: Validation and Effectiveness of Control Banding
March 1-2, 2004, Cincinnati, OH

Coal Noise Partnership Meeting/Workshop
NIOSH / PRL, 2005

Dust Control for Continuous Miner and Longwall Sections
NIOSH, October 4-5, 2005
Joint MSHA / NIOSH workshops in MSHA District 8, Mount Vernon, Illinois, and Vincennes, Indiana

Electrical Safety for Water Well Drillers
NIOSH, July 30-31, 2005
An invited, 90-minute workshop held twice at the South Atlantic Water Well Driller's Jubilee, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Fire Safety in Metal and Nonmetal Mines Workshop
December 6-7, 2005
Presented at the 10th Annual Safety Seminar for Underground Stone Mines, Louisville, Kentucky

Mining Hearing Loss Prevention Workshop
NIOSH / PRL, June 21-22, 2005
Charleston, West Virginia

MSHA / NIOSH Roof Control Seminar
A 2- day seminar designed to update mining personnel on new roof control products, methods, and ground control design, Beckley Academy, Beckley, West Virginia

MSHA / NIOSH Workshop on Diesel Engine Emission Control
NIOSH, December 6-7 2005
Stone Seminar, Louisville, Kentucky

Overview of NIOSH Falls-Related Research
March 2, 2005
Falls Summit - Sponsored by Turner Construction Company and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Hopkinton, Massachusetts

Proximity Warning Systems for Underground and Surface Mining
NIOSH, August 9, 2005
Open Industry Briefing, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Workshop on Diesel Emissions Control Technologies in Metal/Nonmetal Mines
February 27 and March 4, 2003

 

 
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