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Marlon Whoolery

Training Director

The Mine Technology and Training Center

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www.energycentral.com

"Since his call at 7 a.m., which was three hours ago, we have not heard from him," Marlon Whoolery told the men.
For Mr. Whoolery, the training director at the Mine Technology and Training Center, it's just another worst-case scenario of his choosing. Far from endangering the men, the retired miner of 20 years was testing their wit and skill on a state-of-the-art training ground: an above-ground simulator of an underground mine, complete with smoke machines, black tarps and chunky gravel. Companies that operate mines in the area -- including Alpha Natural Resources, Consol Energy Inc., Arch Coal Inc. and Murray Energy Corp. -- regularly bring crews to train, Mr. Whoolery said. "Some [companies] just do the bare minimum; they train to the rule," Mr. Whoolery said.


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Marlon Whoolery, training director at the Pennsylvania- and West Virginia-based Mining Technology and Training Center, says American mining companies bear the brunt of training new employees.


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Marlon Whoolery, training director at the Pennsylvania- and West Virginia-based Mining Technology and Training Center, says American mining companies bear the brunt of training new employees.
But the companies themselves provide specialized training, according to Marlon Whoolery, training director at the Mining Technology and Training Center, which has campuses in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. During that time, specialized training "could be a matter of weeks or months to run a particular portion of the longwall," Whoolery adds. "To be the shear operator in Pennsylvania you have to have machine operator's papers in the state and it takes a year underground before you can apply for those." Whoolery doesn't know of any American parallels to the HD Mining controversy. He says Massey Energy threatened to import Mexican workers years ago.


www.waynesburgchamber.com [cached]

Marlon Whoolery, Training Director
197 Dunn Station Road Prosperity, PA 15329 724-627-6259 Fax: 724-229-7269


www.waynesburgchamber.com [cached]

Marlon Whoolery, Training Director
197 Dunn Station Road Prosperity, PA 15329 724-627-6259 Fax: 724-229-7269


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