2016 UMA Major Sponsors
At the Center of Utah Industry Since 1915
The Voice of the Utah Mining Industry Since 1915
Founded in 1915, the Utah Mining Association (UMA) is proud to represent a foundational industry that is integral to everyone’s lifestyle and standard of living. As the beginning of the supply chain for everything we use and everything we do as a society, the mining industry has a great story to tell, and UMA exists to tell that story.
Advocacy: We advocate for and advance the mineral resource and related industries in Utah. We represent and inform our members in the legislative and regulatory arenas at the local, state and federal levels.
Public Education: We educate elected officials, regulators and the public on the importance of, and the policies necessary for, a strong Utah mining industry. Our public education efforts are successfully building greater understanding and public support for Utah’s mining and service-related industries.
Networking & Business Development: Learn from one another and build your business through informative and fun networking opportunities such as our Annual Convention, Exhibition & Golf Tournament, Annual Mining & Manufacturing Safety Conference, and Education Fundraiser Golf Tournament.
Standing Committees: The Association’s work on issues of concern to the membership is conducted through a number of standing committees, chaired by members who work closely with UMA’s professional staff.
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Mining Ambassador Program
The Utah Mining Association (UMA) is developing an ambitious, comprehensive education campaign that expands and enhances mining education in Utah to further the public’s understanding of the critical role the mining industry plays in everyone’s lives.
UMA’s Mining Ambassador program is in the first phase of this comprehensive education campaign, and is focused on providing Utah 4th graders a positive education on mining as a supplement to their earth science curriculum.
The program successfully launched in August 2012, and UMA mining ambassadors are now visiting 4th grade classrooms to present information about minerals and metals and help make the connection between mining and students’ daily lives.
The Mining Ambassador, a representative from a Utah mining company, will present an hour presentation on mining. Their message focuses on needs of mined materials in today's society, safety, operations, reclamation, and jobs. In our inaugural year, we received overwhelmingly positive feedback, and we are excited to expand this program. This program is free. We try our best to accommodate all requests for presentations. To request a presentation at your school email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
The Mining Ambassador program will be a success only with the participation and support of UMA members. The commitment needed from the UMA membership includes individual commitment of members’ time and talent, funding commitment (both financial and “in kind”) and sponsorship commitment associated with various aspects of the education programs as they are developed.
It’s time for the mining industry to step up, tell our story, and provide the facts. The pledge form below indicates various ways you and your company can help make UMA’s education efforts successful. Please contact Marilyn Tuttle at 801-364-1874 or email@example.com to let us know how you can help!
February 18-19 - Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Special Institute on Human Rights Law and the Extractive Industries, Panama City, Panama For information click here
April 7 - 5th Annual Mining & Manufacturing Safety Conference, Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
June 21 - UMA Education Golf Tournament, Stonebridge Golf Course
August 10-12 - UMA Annual Convention and Golf Tournament, Utah Valley Convention Center
Need MSHA Training?
Price Mine Service -- 435-637-9300 or visit their website at: http://pricemineservice.com/training/
The Safety Consortium -- 801-746-2462 or visit their website at http://www.thesafetyconsortium.com
Utah Safety Council -- 801-746-7233 or visit their website at: http://www.utahsafetycouncil.org/training/mine_health.asp
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