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2020 TRAM Program and Agenda
2020 TRAM Workshop Schedule
Workshop links are located at the top of the Workshop Schedule. Sessions will take place in one of four virtual classrooms: Quarry, Hoisthouse, Dragline, or Roofbolt.
National Mine Health and Safety Academy
As the country adapts to working, communicating, and collaborating in new ways, the TRAM Conference has also adapted by going virtual in 2020. This year’s Training Resources Applied to Mining Conference (TRAM) will be held online October 14-15, 2020. Featuring presentations from some of the industry’s most respected safety trainers, this tuition-free conference helps health and safety trainers improve their training skills and infuse their training programs with new ideas and materials. Participants can select from a variety of workshops and attend the conference remotely.
The workshops cover a wide variety of topics pertinent to mine safety trainers. This year’s workshops will be organized by the following categories: Safety and Health, Training Technology, and Delivery Techniques.
Presenter registration and presentation synopsis submission deadline is Monday, August 31, 2020.
Training Materials Competition
Training in today’s mining industry is considered a foundational element in our mission to improve mine safety. Through the years, the training materials competition has fostered a new level of professionalism in the development of training materials. This competition is open to all sources of mining-related training materials. For more information on the training materials competition, or to request competition packets, contact Melody Bragg at 304-256-3531 or Bragg.Melody@dol.gov (This form is to be completed and mailed with your competition submittal. Do not email.) Training Materials Competition Entry Packet Link The deadline for entries is Friday, September 18, 2020.
To register for the 2020 TRAM Virtual Summit, please click on the LINK https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5739044/81450a543b6b
For more information about TRAM, contact Angela Blair at 304-256-3202 or firstname.lastname@example.org