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NSSGA offers advanced supervisory training program

Mar 05, 2013

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) is once again teaming up with Weir International Mining Consultants to present the Advanced Supervisory Training Program, scheduled for April 15-17 at the Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, Ga. This class concentrates on communications and leadership ...

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AGG1 Updates

Feb 15, 2013

AGG1 Updates

AGG1 is coming soon! Our March issue will include in-depth coverage to help you navigate your way around the show floor. During the four weeks leading up to the show, we will feature AGG1 Updates in our e-newsletters to highlight ...

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NSSGA promotes Northeast Mine Safety & Health Conference

Feb 14, 2013

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association and the Mine Safety and Health Administration’s Northeast District are joining together to stage the Northeast Mine Safety & Health Conference, a three-day-long conference on mine safety and health. The conference is set for April ...

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Mine safety law seminar offered in Ontario, Calif.

Feb 12, 2013

CalCIMA is partnering with Bradley Johnson and the law firm of Harrison Temblador Hungerford & Johnson to offer a mine safety and health seminar. The seminar is an introduction to MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration) and CalOSHA (California Occupational ...

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Spring Thaw workshops scheduled around U.S. Feb.-April

Feb 04, 2013

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) is helping to arrange Spring Thaw workshops for members of the metal/non-metal mining industry.  The workshops will help miners and mine operators identify hazards encountered when re-starting mining operations that may have been closed ...

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Immersive Technologies operator training solution

Nov 27, 2012

Immersive Technologies operator training solution

Immersive Technologies' recent launch of the mining industry's first complete and scalable operator training solution has received extraordinary support and enthusiasm from the mining industry along with generating immediate sales orders. Customers were provided with an overview of the blending learning ...

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Put safety first!

Aug 08, 2012

Throughout the last several years, it has been increasingly common for aggregate workers to wear multiple hats. With fewer mine employees, some operations have opted for fewer specialists and more generalists. And while it's a great idea to have employees ...

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Eaton, Roadranger Component Supplier of the Year

Oct 15, 2010

Industrial manufacturer Eaton Corp. and the Roadranger organization have been named Component Supplier of the Year by North Barrington, Ill.-based Idealease Corp. of North America. During the past 10 years Eaton has received similar recognition from Idealease on seven occasions. Speaking ...

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Terex names new district manager for Great Lakes

Jun 18, 2010

Terex Roadbuilding named Agustin "Gus" Luis, Jr., as the company's new district manager in the Great Lakes region. Luis will be responsible for sales, training and dealer development in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan. With the addition of Luis, Terex divided ...

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Ohio couple wins Yokohama tire giveaway

Jun 18, 2010

Ohio couple wins Yokohama tire giveaway

An Ohio couple took home ten Yokohama Zenvironment tires worth $5,000 after entering Yokohama'scommercial truck tire giveaway at the Mid-America Trucking Show in March in Louisville, Kentucky. Vicky Britton swiped her card at the contest's display, and she and her husband Bill ...

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CSC develops new safety training

Jun 18, 2010

The Construction Safety Council developed a new train-the-trainer Health Hazards Awareness Program for the construction industry. Using federal funding from the Susan Harwood Training Grant, the CSC delivers a curriculum covering chemical, physical and biological hazards on the job site. The ...

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Judge rejects $558 million case against Cemex

Feb 02, 2010

by Kerry Clines, Senior Editor In June, Texas General Land Office (GLO) Commissioner Jerry Patterson accused Cemex of trespassing on its own land by not paying the state of Texas for the removal and sale of sand and gravel by Cemex, ...

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