You will prepare and submit a term paper on Proposal for a Mine Safety Course. Your paper should be a minimum of 1500 words in length. After your employees will have completed a week-long intensive course and put their knowledge and skills to their daily operations, you will feel confident in passing all tests carried out by mining inspectors.
Rock Breaker Safety Company’s safety course takes five days. Participants will be taken through a forty-hour course and classes typically begin at 8 am, go for a one-hour lunch break from noon to pm and stop at 5 pm. The following consist in our week of classes.
Your employees will be introduced to mining work and their rights. This class will provide learners with an overview of job types and issues associated with the mining industry. Also covered are the miners and mining companies’ rights and responsibilities.
On the second day of learning, participants will be taught about safety and General Health Wellness. During this class, safety, and common health issues that miners encounter will be discussed and how they can protect themselves against injury and illness.
Equipment safety mining accidents occur as a result of improper use of equipment or equipment failure (MacDonald 2002). This class will equip your staff with the knowledge and skills of inspecting all kinds of equipment to avoid accidents as well as ways of safely using various types of equipment.
On this day, your staff will be introduced to environmental issues that they should be aware of. These issues will not only help them ensure that they are safe while mining but also ensure that the mining site is a safe environment for the surrounding and other workers.
Friday is reserved for simulations and testing. This is the final day of the one week 40 hours course on mining and safety. On this day, your employees will be given an opportunity to interact in numerous simulations of probable emergency conditions. The company will also conduct oral and written testing to ascertain that your employees have fully understood what they were taught during the week.