Expand Your Reach – Knowledge Is Your Superpower

Join us at the National Mine Health and Safety Academy in Beaver, West Virginia on October 15-17, 2019 for MSHA’s Training Resources Applied to Mining (TRAM) Annual Conference! This year’s theme is “Expand Your Reach – Knowledge Is Your Superpower,” and features presentations from some of the industry’s most respected safety trainers. The tuition-free conference provides opportunities for health and safety trainers to improve their training skills and infuse their training with new ideas and materials.

Workshop Topics

Training Technology & Programs

• Risk Management & Mitigation

• Health

• Powered Haulage

Training Preparation

• Delivery Techniques

• Content Creation

• Adult Learning Principles

TRAM Exhibitors

The exhibit area features some of the latest training materials developed by MSHA, State Grant recipients and the mining industry. Additional exhibits showcase innovative health and safety products.

Training Materials Competition

Through the years, the training materials competition has fostered new levels of professionalism and innovation in the development of training materials. The competition is open to all sources of mining-related training materials. For more information on the training materials competition or to request a competition packet, contact event coordinators Cheryl McGill at [email protected] or Angela Blair at [email protected] The deadline for entries is Thursday, August 15, 2019.

Registration/Accommodations

To register, please visit www.msha.gov or contact event coordinators Cheryl McGill at [email protected] or Angela Blair at [email protected] Lodging at the Mine Academy is extremely limited. The cafeteria hours for meals are: breakfast from 6:15 a.m. to 8 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dinner will not be served.

Mailing Address

National Mine Health and Safety Academy
1301 Airport Road, Beaver WV 25813-9426

Contact Information

Please visit www.msha.gov or contact:
• Cheryl McGill (304) 356-3227 [email protected]
• Angela Blair (304) 256-3202 [email protected]