Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association

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Training and personal development are important to every Professional Miner who wants to keep up with the latest safety and health developments.

Check the resources on our new professional development page.

Professional Miner Newsletters
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Issue 1 (January 2005)
Issue 2 (April 2005)
Issue 3 (September 2005)
Issue 4 (November 2006)

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Professional miners embrace safety and health as values, which are critical to mining the many natural resources needed to keep this country strong and growing.
 

L.C. Richards Recognized as 10,000th Professional Miner

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The Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association (JAHSA) was organized in 1916 to promote health and safety in the mining industry. The Association currently recognizes miners and mine operators for supporting these values. The Association also sponsors the “Professional Miner Program," which recognizes individual miners who have worked injury free for various periods of time. Through the program, the Association can communicate directly with individual miners using mail and E-mail regarding health and safety matters.

A self-nominating process allows a miner who meets the program criteria to apply for recognition as a "Professional Miner." A miner agrees to a pledge to serve as a positive role model for other miners, and as a mentor for new miners. After the Association receives the miner's pledge, a sticker, patch, certificate and other information is mailed to the miner.

For those interested in applying to be a “Professional Miner,” please complete the application form and submit it to the program office.

Who May Apply
Miners can apply for one of the three different levels of the Professional Miner Program:

bulletProfessional Miner Platinum Level: Miners with No Reportable Injuries over a 5 year period.
bulletProfessional Miner Gold Level: Miners with No Reportable Injuries over a 3 year period.
bulletProfessional Miner Silver Level: Miners with No Lost Time Injuries over a 3 year period.

Click here to submit an online application for recognition as a Professional Miner

Click here to download the Professional Miner informational brochure and application
(70K Adobe Acrobat PDF file)

Notify us of any corrections to your name, address, email, etc. by email to promineradmin@holmessafety.org