The Missouri Mine Safety and Health Conference is a forum to provide a broad spectrum of information, attitudes, and approaches for improving the health, as well as safety, of all who enter or work in mines and quarries.
Every year top speakers from around the country combined with the experiences shared between the participants from all industry areas make the MMSHC an engaging experience.
The next conference is scheduled for January 15th and 16th, 2015.
The Missouri Mine Safety and Health Conference Committee is an independent, non profit, industry organization. These volunteers are comprised of top industry professionals. Members are safety profressionals from different mining entities, MSHA officials, Missouri Department of Labor (Director, Division of Mines), Missouri Limestone Producers Association (Executive Director), and executives from varied service, equipment, supply, and support companies. All committee members have extensive experience, daily involvement, and intense interest in safe and healthy mining operations. Click the link to see the complete list of the MMSHC Committee Members.
If you are a company that supports mine safety and health with products or services, you will want an exhibit at the MMSHC gathering next January. Occupational Safety and Health, Risk Management and Environmental Safety are some of the areas that serve Missouri's mining community.
The MMSHC is held annually in January.
The 2015 conference is scheduled for all day Thursday, January 15th and half day on Friday, January 16th. The conference will once again be held at Tan-Tar-A Resort at Lake of the Ozarks.