Maine Aggregate Association is a state-wide member based group of businesses and individuals involved with the gravel and rock industries. MAA operates to ensure the regulatory requirements remain practical for the industry while protecting the environment.

Maine Aggregate Association Spring Thaw Safety Seminar 2014

3/11/2014 8:00am — 5:00pm
2014 Safety Seminar: Italian Heritage Center, 40 Westland Ave, Portland, ME 04102

Hosted By: Maine Aggregate Association
a State Council of the
Joseph A Holmes Safety Association
P.O. Box 243, Kents Hill, Maine 04349

The Cost is $50.00 per person for Members of MAA, ABC, & AGC.
The cost for Non- Members is $75.00 per person.

This Safety Seminar is to assist in the required MSHA 8 hour Annual Refresher Training.
Owners, Operators, Supervisors, Plant Operators, and Equipment Operators of Mining Operations in New England are encouraged to attend.

The following topics will be discussed:
Safety Statistics for 2013
Miners Rights
Blasting Safety
Portable Crusher & Screen Safety Hearing Conservation
Conveyor Belt Splicing & Safety MSHA Paperwork
Global Harmonization System Loader Safety
and More....

Register Online:
https://associatedgeneral.smartevents.com/public/events/spring-thaw-2014

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Maine Aggregate Association Spring Thaw Safety Seminar 2014

3/11/2014 8:00am — 5:00pm
2014 Safety Seminar: Italian Heritage Center, 40 Westland Ave, Portland, ME 04102

Hosted By: Maine Aggregate Association
a State Council of the
Joseph A Holmes Safety Association
P.O. Box 243, Kents Hill, Maine 04349

The Cost is $50.00 per person for Members of MAA, ABC, & AGC.
The cost for Non- Members is $75.00 per person.

This Safety Seminar is to assist in the required MSHA 8 hour Annual Refresher Training.
Owners, Operators, Supervisors, Plant Operators, and Equipment Operators of Mining Operations in New England are encouraged to attend.

The following topics will be discussed:
Safety Statistics for 2013
Miners Rights
Blasting Safety
Portable Crusher & Screen Safety Hearing Conservation
Conveyor Belt Splicing & Safety MSHA Paperwork
Global Harmonization System Loader Safety
and More....

Register Online:
https://associatedgeneral.smartevents.com/public/events/spring-thaw-2014

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Winter 2014 Sand & Gravel Newsletter

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MAA Host Spring Thaw Safety Seminar

March 12, 2013 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Black Bear Inn Conference Center & Suites 4 Godfrey Dr., Orono Maine 04473
Register Online (Click Here):
https://associatedgeneral.smartevents.com/public/events/spring-thaw-safe...

Hosted By: Maine Aggregate Association
a State Council of the
Joseph A Holmes Safety
Association
P.O. Box 243, Kents Hill, Maine 04349

The Cost is $50.00 per person for Members of MAA, ABC, & AGC. The cost for Non- Members is $75.00 per person.

This Safety Seminar is to assist in the required MSHA 8 hour Annual Refresher Training.

Owners, Operators, Supervisors, Plant Operators, and Equipment Operators of Mining Operations in Maine are encouraged to attend.

The following topics will be discussed:
Rules to Live by
Safety Statistics for 2012
Miners Rights
Blasting Safety
Portable Crusher & Screen Safety Electrical Safety
Fire Extinguishers
MSHA Paperwork
Fall Protection
Loader Safety
and More....

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Maine Aggregate Association Hosts Gravel Pit & Quarry Compliance Workshop - 3/26/2013

The Maine Aggregate Association (MAA) in cooperation with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is offering an Environmental and Safety Compliance Workshop for owners and operator of gravel pits and quarries on March 26, 2013 at Helen's Restaurant in Machias. The Workshop will be from 1:00 to 4:00 PM and explain Maine Department of Environmental Protection regulations and performance standards for operation of gravel pits & quarries.

"There are extensive environmental and safety regulations for the aggregate industry that can be overwhelming, especially for small operations," said MAA Vice President Gene Weldon. "By partnering with the DEP, we believe this type of workshop can provide operators the information they need to maintain regulatory compliance and avoid fines," Weldon added.

In addition to the Maine DEP registration requirements and operational standards that regulate gravel pits & rock quarries, the program includes:

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