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Mine Safety Education and Training Seminar.
Proc BoM Tech Tran Sem Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dec 9 Spr Illinois Dec 12 and Reno Nevada, 1980 Dec; :76 pages
Research personnel from the Bureau of Mines, a representative of the Mine Safety and Health Administration, and research contractors for the Bureau of Mines met with other government and industry representatives at three seminar locations in December 1980 to discuss the findings and products of Bureau research on mine safety training. The research program is aimed at providing assistance to the mining community in its efforts to reduce industrial-type, human- error accidents through research establishing performance based methods and media for employee training. Research emphasis is directed toward development of baseline materials and instructional models; development of methods for structuring and evaluating health and safety, supervisory, and occupational training; and the continued investigation and application of current learning and simulation technology that could significantly enhance the effectiveness of training opportunities.
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Proc. BoM Tech. Tran. Sem., Pgh., Pennsylvania, Dec. 9, Spr., Illinois, Dec. 12, and Reno, Nevada, Dec. 16, 1980
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