Welcome to the December edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. In this episode, we take a look at Module #11 and examine how change management can help prevent changes within your operation from: • Introducing new hazards • Negatively changing the risk rating of existing hazards • Degrading controls
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Luke Popovich, vice president of external communications with the National Mining Association, spoke with Scott Hennen on Energy Matters about what the new administration means to the coal industry. "Instead of having to fight with one arm behind our back, that is fighting off regulations from our government, we now have two arms free to compete in the marketplace." Listen to Energy Matters from 3-5 p.m. on Tuesdays, KFYR 550.
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Welcome to the May edition of CORESafety TV — the online video program from the National Mining Association. This month, we’re introducing a new in-depth interview segment called “Center of Safety” on CORESafety TV. Our first Center of Safety interview features Joe Usibelli Jr., the president and CEO of Usibelli Coal Mine in Healy, Alaska.
Views: 89 NationalMining
National Mining Association President Hal Quinn weighs in on the impact of the new EPA rule. Watch Neil Cavuto talk about White House on Cavuto.
Views: 77 Fox Business
On June 13, 2011, the National Mining Association and the Financial Times gathered world-class speakers and high-level delegates at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., to discuss how public policy is affecting our ability to meet the nation's critical minerals needs to promote product innovation, national security and economic growth
Views: 611 NationalMining
CORESafety is a partnership led by the members of the National Mining Association (NMA). It’s an approach to mining safety and health to prevent accidents before they happen using a management system that involves leadership, management, and assurance.
Views: 1054 Dyno Nobel
Welcome to the November edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. In this episode, we take a look at Module #10 and examine why resources and planning are integral to safety management within every mining operation.
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Welcome to the Lost Dutchman's Mining Association. Welcome home. Members gain access to over a dozen gold bearing campgrounds and member exclusive claims as well as a lifetime of GPAA benefits. Get started today by calling 1-800-551-9707. Now through June 30th, 2017, new members receive a free Garrett metal detector when joining the most exclusive prospecting association in the world.
Views: 1945 GoldTrails
Welcome to the June edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month is National Safety Month as recognized by the National Safety Council (NSC), CORESafety and hundreds of other organizations across the country. This year’s theme is “No 1 Gets Hurt” and the focus is on spreading the word to help prevent unnecessary injuries and deaths at work, on the roads, and in our homes and communities. In this episode of CORESafety TV, we take a look at recent national accident statistics and the four NSC categories of emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving.
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Welcome to the April edition of CORESafety TV — the online video program from the National Mining Association. Mine rescue contests are designed to sharpen the skills and test the knowledge of team members who might be faced one day with potential mining emergencies. To see a list of mine rescue contests coming up over the next few months, watch this new episode of CORESafety TV.
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Appellants appeal the district court's summary judgment in favor of federal defendants and others in an action challenging the government's withdrawal of more than one million acres of federal land near the Grand Canyon from uranium mining.
Welcome to the May edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month, we recognize Freeport–McMoRan for its innovative approach to using drones to monitor mine operations. We also tell you about how CORESafety’s module #4 can help with fatality prevention and risk management in addition to going over new set of Core 4 safety tips!
Views: 418 NationalMining
Welcome to the January edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month, we recap mine safety in 2017; speak with Dyno Nobel and Peabody, two CORESafety certified companies that have formed a safety partnership; and review the 20 modules to get you started in 2018.
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Welcome to the March edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month you’ll learn about the dangers of slips and falls on ladders and how you may be able to lessen the risks with CORESafety's modules 2, 5 and 12.
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A study, conducted by Energy Ventures Analysis (EVA), refutes the claim that the Clean Power Plan will be virtually cost free. Instead, the study shows that it will cost taxpayers an additional $214 billion by 2030, with 45 states facing double digit increases in wholesale electricity costs and 16 states saddled with a 25 percent increase or more.
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The John Fredericks Show is Common Sense for the Commonwealth and a Voice for Virginia. The morning show is focused on issues that impact the daily lives of Virginians. Listen to the show live weekdays from 6-10am at http://johnfredericksradio.com Be a Voice for Virginia by calling into the John Fredericks Show Monday through Fridays 6-10AM ET at 1-888-480-JOHN (5646) Connect with the John Fredericks Show at: https://www.facebook.com/TheJohnFredericksShow https://twitter.com/jfradioshow http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnfredericksshow http://www.youtube.com/JohnFredericksShow https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/107414391037061222354/ http://johnfredericksradio.com
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On Tuesday, May 3, Luke Popovich, Vice President, Communications, National Mining Association, presented a keynote address at Coal Prep 2011. After his presentation, he sat down with us to discuss regulatory conditions for the Coal Prep industry and the demand for coal. For more information on the Coal Prep event, please visit http://www.coalprepshow.com
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Industry On Parade was a television series created by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) from 1950-1960. The series consisted of weekly episodes that highlighted American manufacturing and business. Hundreds of companies and products were documented during the [program’s] decade-long run. The first episode of this set of three episodes is titled “Contents: Merchandise.” It looks at the packaging of various consumer products. Matches are produced at a production plant (00:44) and move along a conveyer belt. Cigars are machine-wrapped on an assembly line (01:22). At Millprint Inc. in Milwaukee, people sketch out packaging artwork (01:57). New packaging tape is tested (02:20). The episode then shows a packaging production plant where cardboard packages are made and put together (02:52). Boxboard is transformed into an array of containers at Old Dominion Box Company in Charlotte, NC (03:20). Strips are fed into a machine (03:47) that cuts and glues them into small boxes. 6-pack containers are manufactured at the Atlanta Paper Company (04:28) using massive printing machines; unassembled cartons are then fed into a machine that folds and glues them. Women at a St. Louis plant oversee the production of netting for bags used for produce (05:25). Propulsion cans are manufactured with large production machines (06:48). The episode then takes viewers to a New Jersey coffee packing plant (07:25). Coffee tins are filled with coffee then sealed (07:59) with pressure packing before undergoing a pressure test (08:24). Cigarettes are manufactured (08:50), packed and shipped at another factory. There are more shots of various production machines with people overseeing the production lines. A woman fills a bag with ready-mixed cake products (09:46). A grocery store conveyer belt shows a variety of grocery products in the latest packaging (10:43). Kids get a wax-coated milk carton from a vending machine (11:19). The second episode discusses “profits and progress” using a suburban family to illustrate the importance of putting profits back into the business to fuel growth. A young boy and girl set up a lemonade stand in a suburban neighborhood (14:05). The episode cuts to their father’s Texaco Filing Station (15:29), where cars arrive for services. The father buys stock in the General Transistor Corporation. The episode shows the General Transistor’s small enterprise building (17:06) at Long Island, NY. A machine pulls crystals of germanium (18:10) as a skilled worker oversees the process. Other new machines are used for research. Women clock out of work at the company (19:53). There are shots of research labs and transistor testing in quality control. Transistors are fed into a machine to mark them for their capability (22:08). The third episode (no. 122) is from 1953. It begins with a look at the surface mining operations of the Pittsburgh and Midway Coal Mining Company in Kansas. A drill is used to remove a layer of earth, then the hillside is blasted. A giant shovel moves coal and earth (27:56). Another machine punches through the earth to break it up. A train car loaded with coal is tipped (29:05) to remove the coal. Conveyer belts move and separate the coal by grade. The segment ends with shots of coal mounds leftover from surface mining (29:50). Next, viewers are shown the Shepherd Envelope Company plant (31:29) where various envelopes are produced. A machine di-cuts paper; a woman feeds paper into a window-cutting machine (31:58). Envelopes move on a chain conveyer and are then boxed. The next segment shows the “tilt-up technique” of building new factories. The Barrett and Hile Company of San Francisco, CA, pours concrete into wall forms on the ground; a crane lifts the wall panel (33:20) up and into position. The final segment of this episode follows a Maine Sardine Fleet fishing boat (35:18) as it fishes for sardines. Men take a smaller boat (35:47) out to circle the sardines with a net. A carrier boat arrives to take the catch (37:00), using smaller nets to transfer the sardines into the carrier boat. The fish are pumped out into a canning plant using a massive vacuum (37:54), where they are hand-packed along an assembly line (38:31). A machine adds and crimps lids to the tops of the sardine cans (39:12). We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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2008 Excellence in Surface Mining Awards (Active Mining) - Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 2008 - Publication VID-008 - Editor's note: Mines are located in IL, IN, TX, WV, and WY (Las Vegas, NV) Eight coal mine operations in five states gained top honors in the annual competition overseen by the US Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM). The coal mining companies and their employees were recognized at an awards luncheon hosted by the National Mining Association. "These awards recognize the highest achievements in innovative techniques, reforestation, preparing mined land for long term agricultural use and building enduring community infrastructure" OSM Director Brent Wahlquist said. "All of the entries demonstrated a commitment to the environment and the coal field community," he continued "which is especially important as nearly half of our electricity comes from coal.
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•Arizona Mining Update with Nyal Niemuth •Aggregate Resource Assessment of the Phoenix Metro area with Steve Trussell (ARPA) & Phil Pearthree (AZGS) •Economic impact of delayed permitting on mine profitability with Katie Sweeney, National Mining Association.
Views: 215 Arizona Geological Survey
National Mining Association President and CEO Hal Quinn and a panel of experts discuss the need for a stable, predicable supply of the minerals essential to American innovation and manufacturing. Increased production of domestic minerals would provide jobs and jump start economic growth. To learn more, visit: www.mineralsmakelife.org.
Views: 179 NationalMining
Establishing a Mining Industry in Mongolia Sunjidmaa Jamba, Chair Mongolian National Mining Association
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Welcome to the August edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. In this episode of CORESafety TV, we explore the Swiss Cheese Model of Accident Causation, which explains how errors caused by an unprotected organization can ultimately lead to unexpected accidents.
Views: 207 NationalMining
Welcome to the February 2019 edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. In this episode, we take a look at occupational health and why you should treat it on par with worker safety at your mining operation.
Views: 294 NationalMining
Welcome to the December edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month we celebrate National Miners Day, recap the recent Sentinels of Safety awards and talk with Tom Hethmon, a mining industry expert who helped co-design CORESafety back in 2011.
Views: 173 NationalMining
National Mining Association to hold conference at Trump International Hotel Source Photo and Content: https://goo.gl/UfY2QU Subscribe TOP NEWS TODAY :
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Welcome to the July edition of CORESafety TV — the online video program from the National Mining Association (NMA). In this episode of CORESafety TV, we share a list of mine rescue contests that are coming up in July, August and September, review Module #6, and discuss how you can use the “Core 4 Tips” for July 2018.
Views: 131 NationalMining
Doing some prospecting on the Lost Dutchman's Mining Association's Cave Creek Property
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MINExpo International is the largest exhibition of mining equipment, products and services, sponsored by the National Mining Association. At the conference, MINExpo attendees explain how the minerals mining industry contributes jobs to their communities, United States and the global economy. Learn more about how minerals mining supports U.S. jobs, innovation, manufacturing and national security at www.mineralsmakelife.org.
Views: 355 NationalMining
Welcome to the November edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month, we are talking to five industry experts about the importance of safety and strong leadership, the role of supervisors, how to prevent injuries and accidents, and how to understand and manage risk.
Views: 192 NationalMining
Welcome to the October edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. In this episode of CORESafety TV, we go in-depth to explore reinforcement and recognition, and to learn how they are integral parts of the Plan-Do-Check-Act model.
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Welcome to the February edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association.This month you’ll hear how powered haulage accidents continue to be one of the leading causes of fatalities in the mining industry and how you may be able to lessen the risks with CORESafety's modules 4, 5 and 12.
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This video by the Colorado Mining Association presents an informative and educational video on how mining matters to each and every one of us in our every day life, not just in Colorado but around the world. Many do not realize that our modern society relies on mining for many of the products and comforts we enjoy including such electronic devices such as computers, cell phones, MP3 Players, home appliances, and medical diagnostic equipment to name a few . Many of the facets of the lifestyle we enjoy in Colorado would not be possible without mining, including ski lifts, roadway anti-skid treatments, mountain bikes, , as well as the heat , shelter and electricity needed to survive a long cold mountain night. Colorado is a major producer of molybdenum (called moly for short) which is used in stainless steel, cars, lubricants, and light bulbs. Moly is also used in automotive catalytic converters, to help keep our environment clean. Mining provides for personal health care products you use every day such as cosmetics, toothpaste, deodorant, calamine lotion, baking soda, and your sunscreen! 72% of Colorado's electricty is provided by clean, abundant coal. Coal provides 50% of the electricity nationwide. Colorado coal is low in ash and sulfur; therefore, it is considered "clean coal" Modern methods of filtering and scrubbing coal plant stack emissions provide for cheap and affordable energy to energize our economy and meet the affordable energy costs with little emissions into our environment. Alternative energy such as wind, solar , hydro and geothermal options become a feasible component for fulfilling our Nations' energy needs. Colorado is pursuing an aggressive alternative energy program which depends on the mining industry to provide the raw materials to build the solar panels, wind turbines, hybrid cars, and transmission line infrastructure required to meet the demands of these future programs. Bio-Fuel production, and modern agriculture in general would not be possible without the fertilizer and pest control products which rely on mining for some ingredients. Many do not realize that Colorado uranium is used around the world to fuel clean, efficient, zero emissions nuclear energy facilities in both the industrial and military sectors. Modern mining is conducted without damaging the environment. Any surface disturbances are restored back to their natural condition, typically providing an improved animal habitat. Modern Mmning is environmentally sound and actually safer than most other occupations. You are far more likely to be injured working in the retail, construction or transportation industries than working in a mine, above or below ground. Colorado miners are typically persons who love and actively protect their fragile mountain environment in which they live and work. They usually live in close proximity to the mines and go above and beyond any environmental or safety regulations, not only in their stewardship of environmental protection, but for the protection of their families, homes, co-workers and community in which they live. For more information on how important mining is to our quality of life we invite you to visit the following link : Colorado Mining Association http://www.coloradomining.org National Mining Association http://www.nma.org Mineral Information Institute http://www.mii.org If it can't be grown, it has to be mined !
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The U.S. mining industry asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to overturn an Obama-era rule, that prohibits the mining of uranium on public lands adjacent to the Grand Canyon. The National Mining Association (NMA) and the American Exploration and Mining Association (AEMA) filed the petitions, wanting to reverse a 2012 ban on uranium mining claims on more than one million acres of public land adjacent to the canyon. Conservation groups think the ban should remain in place until scientists have time to study the contamination risks. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/domesticNews/~3/3_OtHuOycUc/u-s-miners-seek-reversal-of-uranium-mining-ban-near-grand-canyon-idUSKCN1GM001 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Welcome to the April edition of CORESafety TV — the online video series from the National Mining Association. This month, we are recognizing Kinross Gold — the latest company to receive independent certification for CORESafety. We’ll also tell you about Kinross Gold’s plans to implement CORESafety globally; how Module #3 can help you with Management System Coordination; and how you can use the “Core 4” Tips for April 2018. Please take just a few minutes to watch this episode and then share it with your management team and workforce.
Views: 298 NationalMining
Clean Skies News reports on the EPA's decision to review premits issued to companies for mountaintop mining, and the potential fallout and impact that review might have. The Sierra Club and National Mining Association weigh in.
Views: 232 CleanSkiesNews
The 16th Discover Mongolia, an international mining investors’ forum, was held under the theme ‘Acknowledge to Advance’ on September 6-7 in Shangri-La Hotel. Preliminary discussions of the forum took place last week. The Government of Mongolia, the Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industry, the Mongolian National Mining Association and the Business Council of Mongolia have jointly organized the two-day event. It aimed to promote a business-friendly environment in the mining sector of Mongolia as this sector earns over 90 percent of the country’s total export revenue. More than 600 delegates from 25 countries participated in the event at which national and foreign investors enjoyed an opportunity to discuss their achievements, new projects and pressing issues. Minister of Mining and Heavy Industry Mr Sumiyabazar delivered an opening remarks in a number of contents including current situation of the mining sector, Tavan Tolgoi deposit, Oyu Tolgoi Project, geology and exploration, value-added manufacturing, regional integration and infrastructure development as well as further cooperation. He added that a Bill on establishing a sovereign wealth fund through the development of Erdenes Mongol LLC is being made and the Ministry is working towards the creation of the National Sovereign Wealth Fund to improve the sector’s management, to equally distribute natural resources to our young generations and to ensure sustainable economic growth. Following the Minister’s remarks, CEO of Oyu Tolgoi LLC Mr Armando Torres delivered a speech, informing about development of Oyu Tolgoi Project and its contribution towards Mongolia’s economy.
Views: 63 Mongolian News Montsame
Want to find gold in Scott River? Check out the Lost Dutchman's Mining Association. As an LDMA member, any gold you find on our properties, you keep! Find more properties near you and join: http://goldprospectors.org/Membership/LDMA/tabid/64/Default.aspx Perry goes to Scott Bar California and searches for gold along the river. Have a look at the gold findings of LDMA members. Good food, good people, great times at Scott River!
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Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, and hosted by the Mongolia Lecture Series at the Institute of Asian Research, UBC and supported by Prophecy Coal Corporation. FAQ Mongolia: Some Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions on (Mining) Policy. (a) "How have recent policy shifts in Mongolia shaped environmental management in the mining sector?" by Kirsten Dales, MSc Candidate, Master in Environmental Management, Royal Roads University (b) "What role are environmental movements playing in Mongolia's civil society?" by D. Byambajav, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Hokkaido University, Japan (c) "How is the mining boom affecting the macroeconomic stability and competitiveness of Mongolia?" by Dr. N. Bolor, Freelance Consultant, Toronto, Canada, Formerly Associate Professor, National University of Mongolia and Policy Analyst, Mongolian National Mining Association (d) "How is China viewed in Mongolia?" by J. Mendee, MA Asia Pacific Policy Studies, MA Candidate, Political Science, UBC (e) "The Mongolian government wants to overcome charges of corruption. How can governance be improved?" by Hon. Jim Abbott PC, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Cooperation (retired) (f) "How stable is Mongolian democracy? What likelihood is there for radical change in the political context of economic development?" by Julian Derkes, Dr. Julian Dierkes, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Program on Inner Asia, UBC
Views: 2218 The University of British Columbia
bit.ly/OHC-global-mining for complete oral history transcript for “Tom Falkie: Navigating Change as an Educator and an Executive in the U.S. Mining Industry," interviewed by Paul Burnett for the Global Mining and Materials Research Project. Tom Falkie, a native of Mt Carmel, PA is retired President and CEO of Berwind Natural Resources Corp. He received his BS, MS and PhD degrees from Penn State. A pioneer in the use of computers and operations research in mine planning, he joined International Minerals and Chemical in various engineering and management positions in its headquarters and Florida phosphate operations. He then became Professor and Head of the Mineral Engineering and Mineral Engineering Management programs at Penn State. From 1974-1977 he was Head of the US Bureau of Mines. He then joined Berwind. Falkie served on the Boards of Foote Minerals and Cyprus Amax, NMA, CEED, NCA and the Keystone Coal Association. He is a past chairman of the American Coal Foundation. Falkie is a Past President and Distinguished Member of SME and Past President and Honorary Member of AIME. He was awarded the Erskine Ramsey and Charles F Rand awards. He is a member of NAE and a past member of its Governing Council and Industry Advisory Committees. He is Chairman of the Board of Governors of the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum. He is a Distinguished alum of Penn State. He is author of over 200 publications, lectures, and speeches. These interviews were funded with support from the American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME), the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME), the Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), The Minerals, Metals, & Materials Society (TMS), and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Copyright © 2016 The Regents of the University of California Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley
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Want to see what gold you can find at Finely Camp? Lost Dutchman members gain access to all LDMA properties, Any gold an LDMA member finds, they keep! Find more properties near you and join: http://goldprospectors.org/Membership/LDMA/tabid/64/Default.aspx Perry scopes out Finely Camp in Northern California. The river looks like a good spot to setup the high banker, but it takes some time to find just the right place. Once the high banker is all set, they are joined with some friends as they search the river rock for gold, and it looks like it pays off! As an LDMA member, find your own gold at Finely Camp in Northern California!
Views: 2379 LostDutchmanMining