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30 years in the Mine Safety Industry Certified Mine Safety Professional, 24 years with the Mine Safety and Health Administration. 5 years as an expert witness.

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  • Mr. Bruce E Dial
  • 12633-305 Sabal Park Dr.
  • Pineville, North Carolina 28134
  • 704-975-3209
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Bruce Dial is a self employed mine safety consulting and president of Dial Mine Safety.  Currently an expert witness and investigator for several law firms. He will investigate and make recommendations to mining companies in areas of safety and health. Mr. Dial has Developed multimedia presentations for safety & health training purposes that are currently being distributed by MSHA.


State Issued Certificates of Competency
State of Illinois Electrical Hoisting Engineer Certificate No. 1687
State of Virginia Electrical Hoisting Engineer Certificate No. 6397

International Society of Mine Safety Professionals
Certified Mine Safety Professionals No. 186


Dial Solutions(2002-Present)

Mine Safety and Health Administration 1978-2002

Mine Inspector for both Coal and Metal/Nonmetal divisions 1978-1989

Instructor and training specialist at the National Mine Health and Safety Academy 1989-2002

Developed, wrote the training manuals and also, designed the computer presentations used in instruction for the following courses taught at the National Mining Academy.:
  • Surface Haulage
  • Ground Control
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Cranes and Hoists
  • Preparation Plants
  • Materials Handling


    High School
    Garden High School Garden Creek VA 1969

    Completed undergraduate courses in English, Mathematics, and Computers.
    Independent Study Courses Completed
  • Practical Arithmetic
  • Practical Geometry and Trigonometry
  • Mathematical Formulas
  • Going Metrics
  • SI Metrics
  • Plant Layout
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Materials Handling
  • Properties of Materials
  • Principles of Mechanics
  • Fireproofing of Buildings
  • Electricity
  • National Electrical Code
  • Elementary Mechanical Drawing
  • Machine Sketching
  • Elements of Chemistry

    National Mine Health and Safety Academy
    Training Courses Completed
  • Mathematics
  • Technical Writing
  • Gas Detecting Devices
  • Accident Prevention
  • CFR 30 Part 50
  • Hoisting
  • Basic Electricity
  • Loading, Haulage & Dumping
  • Ground Control
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Guarding a& Shop Safety
  • Fire Prevention
  • Drilling & Blasting
  • Dust Control
  • Ventilation
  • Noise
  • Welding Fumes
  • Mine Rescue
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Mine Electricity
  • Accident Investigation
  • Radiation
  • Citation & Orders
  • First Aid
  • Safety Talks
  • Communications/ Human Relations
  • Industrial Hygiene for Safety Professionals
  • Accident Analysis and Problem Identification
  • Mine Safety Management
  • Employee Health & Safety
  • System Safety Engineering
  • Program for Accident Reduction

    Other accomplishments:

    Designed and produced the DVD Haul Road and Dump Site Berms currently being distributed by MSHA.
    Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) technology means more interactivity is available to both student and instructor. Use DVD for self-study or classroom presentations. No longer are passive learning and the teacher-centered approach, the only option available. With a DVD equipped computer or a DVD desktop player linked to your television, you control the sequence, the pace, and select materials important to you.
    Use the DVD to customize your training. Vary the length of your study time. Make your training sessions 10 minutes, several hours or several days. The flexibility of the DVD program helps reinforce a positive and effective learning environment.
    Menus quickly show the program content. Navigate through the program with easy-t o-use controls and buttons. With an Internet-connected computer, easily accessed web sites are available.

    Entry Level Inspectors Training:
    Chaired Committee for Entry Level Inspectors (Each student is required to complete 23 weeks of training before graduation from the academy and authorization to conduct inspections.)

    Surface Haulage Seminar: Planned and organized the Surface Haulage Seminar held annually at the National Mine Academy each July, ( 150 attendees for 3 day seminar)

    SHARP Program: Surface Haulage Accident Reduction Program. Interviewed, coordinated, and instructed the training of 40 inspectors who, in turn, teach classes in their own districts.

    Distance Learning Program: Developed ways of training for miners and inspectors who could not attend the Academy for regularly scheduled training. (Satellite, closed circuit television, self-contained computer programs, videos.)

    Training coordination with Educational Facilities :
    Colorado School of Mines
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute
    West Virginia University
    West Virginia Tech
    Marshall University

    International Students:
    Taught class (Through interpreters) and coordinated visits for many international students attending class at the Academy.

    State Grant Programs
    Assisted many states with their training curriculum and training classes.

    Holmes Safety Associations National Annual meeting coordinator in 1991
    Served on the Scholarship Committee, Awards Committee, and Financial Audit Committee.
    Wrote articles for the monthly magazine “Bulletin” State of West Virginia.
    Executive Director 1991-1999

    Proficient in the use of personal computer operating systems, word processing, data base, spread sheet, graphics and video editing, DVD authoring.



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