COMSTOCK MINING SPONSORS HEALTH AND SAFETY WEBINAR SERIES
I am pleased to announce that Comstock Mining, Inc. is an official co-sponsor for the Spring, 2013 Mining Health and Safety Webinar Series being conducted by the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH), a NIOSH-designated Education and Research Center.
For mining and the related activities that serve them, effectively protecting our employees’ health and ensuring that our operations are well in compliance with applicable MSHA/OSHA/ State/Territorial regulations and corporate policies is essential to sustainability, profitability, and growth. To optimally accomplish this vital task, Health and safety officers, facility and laboratory managers, industrial hygiene and safety consultants, regulatory officers, and others need information and tools and information that reflect state-of-the-art knowledge application.
The Mining Health and Safety Webinar Series provide highly informative, one-hour courses taught by UC Berkeley’s leading researchers and professionals in the field of health and safety. The courses provide practical technical information and practices that optimize methods for measuring, controlling, evaluating, and monitoring important hazards that impact employees in mining and laboratory operations. Continuing education credits and Certificates of Participation are available for all attendees.
The series of courses begin May 16th. Registration information and course descriptions are available at www.coehce.org and we have posted a PDF of the brochure on our website which can be downloaded here (3.71MB PDF).
I encourage anyone interested in supplementing their knowledge in this most important field to sign up for one of these courses of the entire series.
Best Regards from The Comstock,
Corrado De Gasperis
President and CEO
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