- Caterpillar Safety Page
SAFETY.CAT.COM™ introduces online environmental health and safety training. This site provides access to a wide range of interactive online training courses for safety, health and the environment – in full support of our vision: Safely home. Everyone. Every day.™ These low-cost solutions offered through this safety training library will help users of industry specific equipment create a culture of safety and sustainability on any jobsite.
- American Society of Safety Engineers
Founded in 1911, ASSE is the oldest and largest professional safety organization. Its more than 32,000 members manage, supervise and consult on safety, health, and environmental issues in industry, insurance, government and education. ASSE is guided by a 16-member Board of Directors, which consists of 8 regional vice presidents; three council vice presidents; Society president, president-elect, senior vice president, vice president of finance and executive director. ASSE has 14 practice specialties, 151 chapters, 28 sections and 58 student sections.
- Association of Equipment Manufacturers
AEM membership is made up of more than 800 companies and represents 200+ product lines. AEM’s role is to provide trade association services on a global basis for companies that manufacture equipment worldwide in the following industries: Agriculture, Construction, Forestry, Mining and Utility. AEM provides a wide variety of services that help members compete effectively in the global marketplace. Our core services include: Global Public Policy, Market Information, Technical and Safety, and Trade Shows; along with additional services which include: Global Business Development, Education and Workforce Development.
- International Society of Explosive Engineers
The International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) was formed in 1974 as a professional society dedicated to promoting the safety, security and the controlled use of explosives in mining, quarrying, construction, manufacturing, demolition, aerospace, forestry, avalanche control, art, automotives, special effects, exploration, seismology, agriculture, law enforcement, and many other peaceful uses of explosives. With more than 4,600 members from 90 countries and with 34 Chapters in the US, Canada, and South America, the Society is recognized as a world leader in providing explosives technology, education, and information, and promoting public understanding of the benefits of explosives. In addition, ISEE, with individual members acting as resources, has consistently been at the forefront of efforts to address legislation and regulation on the use of explosives at the international, federal and state level.
- International Council on Mining & Metals
Through the ICMM Sustainable Development Framework, ICMM member companies have committed to Principle 5 'seek continual improvement of our health & safety performance'. Assessing and managing the risks and hazards to human safety and health is the cornerstone of the ICMM Health & Safety work program. Committing to the open and transparent sharing of information and collective actions on health and safety issues will assist member companies in their drive to 'zero harm'.
- International Society of Mine Safety Professionals
The International Society of Mine Safety Professionals was founded to promote the development of health and safety professionals throughout the international mining community. Saving lives and reducing injuries through better leadership, planning, and practice are primary goals of the Society. We are a non-profit organization, recognized as such under IRS code section 501 (c)(3).
The Minerals Industry Risk Management Gateway (MIRMgate) is a portal to a comprehensive library of information related to hazard and risk management in the mining, minerals processing and quarrying industries. MIRMgate provides direct access to online resources sourced from Australian and global minerals industry bodies, including companies, industry associations and regulatory bodies. Content of MIRMgate is carefully selected and scrutinised for its suitability for assistance with site risk assessment.
- Society for Mining, Metallurgy Engineers
The Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME) is an international society of professionals in the minerals industry. The SME membership is more than 12,000 strong, with members in nearly 100 countries. A member society of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers (AIME), SME's roots date back to 1871 when a handful of mining engineers founded AIME. Since its inception, SME has continued to evolve over the years to stay abreast of industry changes and to reflect the ever-broadening interests of its members.