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New Miner Training with Cripple Creek

Posted by Allison Satterwhite on Mar 30, 2013 7:43:43 AM

 

Mining Team standing next to Euclid 320 Ton haul truck, Cripple Creek Mine, CO Mining Team standing next to Euclid 320 Ton haul truck, Cripple Creek Mine, CO

Miner New Training Cripple CreekThe Check-6 Team during New Miner Training at the Cripple Creek Mine in the mountains of Colorado. The mine is an open-pit gold mine. The purpose of the training was to familiarize the new coaches with Check-6 Plan Based Execution protocols and techniques, to certify them to operate on/in surface, underground, metal and non-metal mines, and obtain MSHA-5000-23 certification. Our team is preparing for work with Barrick Gold and Cliffs Natural Resources. Great work guys!
From (L-R) Scott "Disco" Downey, Randy "Durk" Duhrkopf, Greg "Loid" Lennox, Vince "Bluto" Saporito, Ben "Lawman" Hancock, and Ken "Thumper" Switzer.

Topics: Safety, Mining