Deadline nears to apply for coal miner certification exams
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The deadline is approaching for coal miners working in mines in Utah to apply to take certification exams.

Applications must be submitted by Monday, July 3, according to the Utah Labor Commission’s Coal Miner Certification Office in Price. Applications may be submitted online at

Certification tests will be offered in the following areas: Underground electrician, surface electrician, underground fire boss, underground mine foreman and surface mine foreman.

The exams will be administered on Friday, July 21, at the Carbon County Events Center, 450 S. Fairgrounds Way, in Price.

For more information, contact the Coal Miner Certification Office at 435-613-5901.

The Utah Labor Commission is a state agency that works to achieve safety for employers and employees in the state’s workplaces and ensure fairness in employment and housing through services that include consultation, education, inspections, compliance, and mediation.

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