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  1. 2001 ANNUAL REFRESHER “IN PURSUIT OF SAFETY” WY MSHA STATE GRANT PROGRAM

  2. RULES OF PLAY FOR “IN PURSUIT OF SAFETY” • YOU WILL BE DIVIDED INTO 2 OR MORE “TEAMS” • EACH TEAM WILL USE A DIFFERENT COLORED HAUL TRUCK GAME PIECE • EACH TEAM WILL ROLL A DIE TO DETERMINE ORDER OF PLAY- HIGHEST ROLL GOING FIRST

  3. RULES OF PLAY FOR “IN PURSUIT OF SAFETY” • PLAY WILL PROCEED CLOCK-WISE FROM THE STARTING TEAM • EACH TEAM WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO ANSWER ONLY ONE QUESTION FOR EACH TURN • EACH TEAM WILL RECEIVE 10 POINTS FOR EACH CORRECTLY ANSWERED QUESTION - PARTIAL POINTS MAY BE AWARDED BY YOUR INSTRUCTOR

  4. RULES OF PLAY FOR “IN PURSUIT OF SAFETY” • THE WINNING TEAM WILL BE DETERMINED BY ARRIVING FIRST IN THE CENTER OF THE GAME BOARD AFTER SUCCESSFULLY ANSWERING AT LEAST ONE QUESTION IN EACH TOPIC (COLOR) OR... • THE TEAM WITH THE HIGHEST POINT SCORE AT THE END OF THE GAME

  5. RULES OF PLAY FOR “IN PURSUIT OF SAFETY” • YOUR INSTRUCTOR WILL BE THE FINALJUDGE AS TO WHETHER YOUR TEAM ANSWERED THE QUESTION SATISFACTORIALLY! • YOU WILL HAVE UNTIL THE MUSIC STOPS TO CORRECTLY ANSWER EACH QUESTION - AN UNANSWERED QUESTION AT THE END OF THE MUSIC WILL BE A WRONG ANSWER!

  6. GROUND CONTROL TRANSPORTATION & COMMUNICATION RESPIRATORY PROTECTION MANDATORY H & S STANDARDS EXPLOSIVES ELECTRICAL HAZARDS

  7. GROUND CONTROL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 12 13 14 15 17 11 18 19 20

  8. THE TERM USED TO DESCRIBE THE ANGLE THAT A FREE-PILED MATERIAL MAKES WITH A HORIZONTAL PLANE ANGLE OF REPOSE

  9. MINING METHODS EMPLOYED BY THE OPERATOR SHALL BE SELECTED TO ENSURE (REGARDING WORKER SAFETY) HIGHWALL AND SPOIL BANK STABILITY 77.1000

  10. WHEN SHOULD HIGHWALLS, BANKS, AND BENCHES, ETC. BE INSPECTED? AFTER EVERY RAIN, FREEZE OR THAW, BEFORE MINERS WORK IN SUCH AREAS 77.1004(a)

  11. WHAT ARE THE FOUR BASIC TYPES OF SLOPE FAILURES COMMONLY SEEN IN COAL MINE HIGHWALLS? ROCK FALL, ROTATIONAL SHEAR, SLOPE FAILURE, AND BLOCK FLOW (FROM WYOMING MINE FOREMAN’S EXAM REVIEW)

  12. GROUND CONDITIONS AT SURFACE COAL MINES SHALL BE EXAMINED BY: CERTIFIED PERSONS 77.1713(a)

  13. EACH OPERATOR SHALL ESTABLISH AND FOLLOW A FOR THE SAFE CONTROL OF ALL HIGHWALLS, PITS AND SPOIL BANKS. GROUND CONTROL PLAN 77.1000

  14. LOOSE, HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SHALL BE: STRIPPED FOR A SAFE DISTANCE FROM THE TOP OF THE PIT OR HIGHWALLS AND THE LOOSE UNCONSOLIDATED MATERIAL SHALL BE SLOPED TO THE ANGLE OF REPOSE 77.1001

  15. WHAT IS A SLOPE FAILURE THAT OCCURS ALONG A PLANE OR BETWEEN LAYERS OF MATERIAL PLANE SHEAR

  16. WHAT MUST BE DONE WITH OVERHANGING HIGHWALLS, BANKS AND OTHER UNSAFE GROUND CONDITIONS? PROMPTLY CORRECTED OR THE AREA POSTED 77.1004(b)

  17. TECHNIQUES USED TO PREVENT OR CONTAIN SLOPE FAILURES ARE COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS: GROUND CONTROL TECHNIQUES OR METHODS

  18. TWO MAIN GROUND CONTROL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH SURFACE COAL MINING ARE... SLOPE FAILURES AND WATER HAZARDS BONUS QUESTION: WHICH OF THE ABOVE IS MORE HAZARDOUS? SLOPE FAILURES ARE CONSIDERED TO BE MORE SERIOUS

  19. WHAT IS THE TERM FOR A TYPE OF EMBANKMENT FAILURE THAT OCCURS AT OR ABOVE THE TOE OF A SLOPE... A SLOPE FAILURE

  20. WHAT CONDITIONS WOULD ALERT YOU THAT A SLOPE FAILURE COULD BE ABOUT TO OCCUR? FRACTURED OR BROKEN ROCKS IN THE HIGHWALL, VERTICAL DISPLACEMENT OF ROCK LAYERS, CRACKS IN ROCKS, CRACKS IN THE GROUND, UNDERCUT HIGHWALLS, FREEZING OR THAWING, HEAVY ROCKS PILED ON TOP OF LIGHT ROCKS, MATERIAL STEEPER THAN NORMAL ANGLE, WET WEATHER

  21. WHEN CAN MINERS WORK NEAR OR UNDER DANGEROUS HIGHWALLS? ONLY WHEN CORRECTING UNSAFE CONDITIONS 77.1006(a)

  22. A TYPE OF EMBANKMENT FAILURE WHERE THE FAILURE OCCURS BELOW THE TOE OF THE SLOPE, IS CALLED... A TOE FAILURE

  23. GROUND CONTROL METHODS USED BY SURFACE COAL MINES TO PREVENT HIGHWALL ACCIDENTS INCLUDE... MAINTAINING PROPER SLOPE, BARRIERS, ROCK BOLTING, BENCHES OR TERRACES, REMOVING WATER PRESSURE, SCALING LOOSE MATERIAL

  24. WHEN MAKING A BOX CUT, WHAT PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN? MINIMIZE THE POSSIBILITY OF SPOIL MATERIALS ROLLING INTO THE PIT 77.1002

  25. DRILLS IN OPERATION SHALL BE AT ALL TIMES ATTENDED 77.1009(a)

  26. WHAT ARE TWO MAJOR CONCERNS WHEN WORKING ON OR AROUND STOCK PILED MATERIAL? BRIDGING OVER DRAW OFF POINTS, CREATING ENGULFING HAZARDS

  27. DRILL HOLES THAT NEED TO BE COVERED ARE HOLES TO CONSTITUE A HAZARD LARGE ENOUGH 77.1011

  28. TRANSPORTATION & COMMUNICATION 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 4 1 10 11 12 18 13 14 15 16 17 19 20

  29. WHERE ARE BERMS REQUIRED? ON ELEVATED ROADWAYS AND AT DUMP SITES 77.1605(k)

  30. WHAT IS THE MINIMUM HEIGHT OF A BERM? AXLE HIGH OF THE LARGEST PIECE OF EQUIPMENT USING THE AREA (from PAGE 202, PPM, July 1, 1988)

  31. WHAT IS A PILE OR MOUND OF MATERIAL CAPABLE OF RESTRAINING A VEHICLE CALLED? A BERM 77.2(d)

  32. COAL MINE OPERATORS MUST ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A BETWEEN THE MINE AND THE NEAREST POINT OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FOR USE IN AN EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 77.1701(a)

  33. WHEN MUST YOU HAVE ACCESS TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE AND TRANSPORTATION FROM A MINE PROPERTY IF YOU ARE INJURED? 24 HOURS A DAY 77.1702(a)

  34. ACCORDING TO MSHA, PERSONS SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO RIDE OR BE TRANSPORTED ON OR IN WHAT APPLIANCES OR EQUIPMENT? DIPPERS,SHOVELS, BUCKETS, FORKS, CLAMSHELLS, CARGO SPACE OF HAULAGE EQUIPMENT, OR OUTSIDE THE CABS OR BEDS OF MOBILE EQUIPMENT 77.1601(a),(b),(c)

  35. WHAT ARE THE MSHA REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT CAB WINDOWS? BE SAFETY GLASS OR EQUIVALENT, IN GOOD CONDITON AND KEPT CLEAN 77.1605

  36. WHAT MUST BE PROVIDED TO PREVENT OVERTRAVEL OR OVERTURNING AT DUMP LOCATIONS? BERMS, BUMPER BLOCKS, SAFETY HOOKS, OR SIMILAR MEANS 77.1605(l)

  37. HOW MUST SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, TOOLS, ETC. BE TRANSPORTED WITH MEN IN THE SAME VEHICLE? SHALL NOT BE TRANSPORTED WITH MEN IN MAN TRIP VEHICLES UNLESS THE VEHICLE IS SPECIFFICALLY DESIGNED TO MAKE SUCH TRANSPORTATION SAFE 77.1604

  38. EQUIPMENT OPERATORS, SHALL BE CERTAIN BY THAT ALL PERSONS ARE CLEAR BEFORE STARTING OR MOVING EQUIPMENT SIGNAL OR OTHER MEANS 77.1607(g)

  39. NAME FOUR FACTORS THAT CREATE POTENTIAL HAZARDS FOR HAULING COAL AND OVERBURDEN AT COAL MINES. 1) POOR HAULAGE ROAD CONDITIONS 2) POOR VISIBILITY 3) DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT 4) IMPROPERLY MARKED ROADS (from 2000 Wyoming Surface Coal Foreman’s Exam study guide)

  40. WHEN SHOULD YOU INSPECT MOBILE LOADING AND HAULAGE EQUIPMENT? BEFORE SUCH EQUIPMENT IS PLACED INTO OPERATION 77.1606(a)

  41. WHAT EQUIPMENT IS USED TO TOW HEAVY EQUIPMENT? TOW BARS AND SAFETY CHAIN 77.1607(u)

  42. COAL MINE EMPLOYEES SHALL NOT BE ASSIGNED, ALLOWED OR REQUIRED TO PERFORM WORK ALONE IN AREAS WHERE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS EXIST UNLESS... THEY CAN COMMUNICATE WITH OTHERS, CAN BE HEARD OR CAN BE SEEN 77.1700

  43. HOW MUST EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS, REQUIRED BY MSHA, ON COAL MINE SITES BE ESTABLISHED? BY TELEPHONE, RADIO TRANSMISSION, OR OTHER MEANS OF PROMPT COMMUNICATION TO AN EMERGENCY FACILITY 77.1701(b)

  44. MINE OPERATORS SHALL MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR OR OTHERWISE PROVIDE FOR... 24 HOUR EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION FOR ANY PERSON INJURED AT THE MINE 77.1702(b)

  45. EACH OPERATOR SHALL, IMMEDIATELY AFTER MAKING INITIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE OR IMMEDIATELY AFTER ANY CHANGE OF SUCH AGREEMENT... POST, AT APPROPRIATE PLACES, AT THE MINE THE NAMES, TITLES, ADRESSES, AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS OS ALL PERSONS OR SERVICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE 77.1702(e)

  46. MOBILE EQUIPMENT OPERATORS SHALL HAVE OF THE EQUIPMENT WHILE IT IS IN MOTION. FULL CONTROL 77.1607(b)

  47. VEHICLES SHALL FOLLOW AT A SAFE DISTANCE; PASSING SHALL BE LIMITED TO... AREAS OF ADEQUATE CLEARANCE AND VISIBILITY 77.1607(a)

  48. EQUIPMENT OPERATING SPEEDS SHALL BE... PRUDENT AND CONSISTANT WITH CONDITIONS OF ROADWAY, GRADES, CLEARANCE, VISIBILITY, TRAFFIC, AND TYPE OF EQUIPMENT USED 77.1607(c)

  49. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 10 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

  50. WHAT ARE THE THREE EFFICIENCY LEVELS IDENTIFIED FOR PARTICULATE RESPIRATORS UNDER 42 CFR 84? 95%, 99%, AND 99.97% 42 CFR 84