Best Practices for Handling Alternate, Hazardous, and Coal Fuels

This presentation will focus on several recent accidents that occurred at cement facilities utilizing alternate, hazardous, and coal fuels.

Troy Hart is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional with more than 20 years of experience working in the private sector and government. He currently is a member of the Physical and Toxic Agents Branch at MSHA’s Pittsburgh Safety and Health Technology Center. He is based in Denver where he works with both MSHA Metal Nonmetal and Coal personnel

Juliette Hill Ms. Hill is a mining engineer with 15 years of experience with MSHA, and 8 years of experience in the underground coal and mining construction industries. She is currently the Accident Investigation Program Manager for MSHA Tech Support, primarily responsible for coordinating all aspects of Tech Support’s assistance to the various Coal and MNM Districts during accident investigations.

Michael A. Hockenberry is a fire protection engineer and a Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator with over 17 years of experience with MSHA. He currently is a member of the Mechanical and Engineering Safety Division at MSHA’s Approval and Certification Center in Triadelphia, WV. He provides fire protection related technical assistance to mines within the MNM and Safe Explosives Act.


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