MSHA to Award $1.25 Million in Mine Safety Grants

States and non-profits are invited to apply by Aug. 31 for grants to provide training and training materials on mine emergency preparedness.

MSHA is offering $1,250,000 in mine safety grants for education and training aimed at helping mines' emergency preparedness. States and non-profits are invited to apply for grants to provide training and training materials on mine emergency preparedness.

The grants will be at least $50,000 each and could range up to $250,000 for one year.

Applications are due by Aug. 31 and must be submitted via www.grants.gov. MSHA's notice said the agency will award grants to the winning applicants on or before Sept. 30.

These Brookwood-Sago grants were created by the MINER Act.

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