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December 2020

Contractors on Mine Properties (Session 1)

December 3 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Contractors are an integral part of aggregate and cement operations, but MSHA requirements can be confusing, training and paperwork unclear, and questions arise about who is responsible for what – the mine operator or the contractor? As construction season slows and winter approaches, there may be an influx of contractors on mine properties for maintenance or outages. Join NSSGA and PCA on Thursday, December 3 or Friday, December 4 for an educational program, offered by MSHA’s Educational Field and Small…

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Contractors on Mine Properties (Session 2)

December 4 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Contractors are an integral part of aggregate and cement operations, but MSHA requirements can be confusing, training and paperwork unclear, and questions arise about who is responsible for what – the mine operator or the contractor? As construction season slows and winter approaches, there may be an influx of contractors on mine properties for maintenance or outages. Join NSSGA and PCA on Thursday, December 3 or Friday, December 4 for an educational program, offered by MSHA’s Educational Field and Small…

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The Antitrust Laws: What You Can, Can’t, and Should Do

December 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Every time you interact with a customer, competitor or supplier, you are at risk of violating the antitrust laws. Antitrust violations can result in large fines to individuals and companies, class-action lawsuits and even prison terms. Make sure you understand what is legal and what is not by attending NSSGA’s annual antitrust webinar, presented by noted antitrust expert Kendall Millard.

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