Falls from ladders occur much more frequently than you might imagine, resulting in more than 120 miners being injured each year. This month – March 2019 – is National Ladder Safety Month. CORESafety is offering our downloadable infographic called “How to be Safe on Ladders” which includes some of the safety tips from Module #5 […]

More than 120 miners are injured each year from incidents involving falls from ladders, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Join CORESafety in spreading awareness about the importance of the safe use of ladders during National Ladder Safety Month, March 2019. CORESafety is reminding you of some of the safety tips presented in Module #5 (Training and Competence) and Module #12 (Work […]

How to Anticipate, Recognize, Evaluate and Control Hazards That Can Lead to Illness 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 […]

Keeping personnel aware of their surroundings in a mine relative to machinery and other obstacles around them is vital for operators when kitting out a site. Improved spacial awareness assures worker safety and security as they carry out day-to-day tasks, and is an essential investment for staying on the right side of Mine Safety and […]


How to Get Serious About Implementing CORESafety and Significantly Improve Your Safety Statistics An Interview with Prairie State Generating Company’s President & CEO Don Gaston Taking the first step is often the toughest decision for any company to make. Back in 2016, Don Gaston recognized his mining operation needed to do something different with regard to safety. Simply put, […]

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