MNG T 110
Mining Administration and Law (3) Introduction to mine organization and management structure, and government regulations regarding permitting, reporting and recordkeeping.
MNG T 110 Mining Administration and Law (3)
"Mining Administration and Law" is a second semester course that provides a framework for the student to understand the mine organization and management structure and organization. It will also introduce the student to the state and federal regulations regarding permitting, and reporting, and record keeping. This course provides a background for and is a prerequisite for MNG T 216. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
a. Explain the basic organization of a mining operation from the general superintendent to the laborer.
b. Know and understand the basic concepts of a safety program.
c. Use and apply accident analysis statistics to further improve a safety program.
d. Discuss the development of rules and regulations with focus on those that impact the first line supervisor.
e. Understand the process for promulgating new rules and regulations.
f. Demonstrate basic management techniques that a first line supervisor will use in performance of his/her job.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.