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Australian Mine Rescue Association Australian Mine Rescue Association
Contact via the websiteAustralia, Brisbane
The Australian Mine Rescue Association is dedicated to serving mining and mine rescue personnel in Australasia.

Colorado Front Range Mine Rescue Colorado Front Range Mine Rescue
Contact via the websiteUSA, Idaho Springs, Colorado
Colorado Front Range Mine Rescue's primary mission is to provide required (30.CFR.49) mine rescue services to smaller mine operators in Colorado.  CFRMR also provides training services and other underground rescue related services.

Colorado School of Mines Mine Rescue Team Colorado School of Mines Mine Rescue Team
Contact via the websiteUSA, Colorado
The Colorado School of Mines Mine Rescue Team is a student organization committed to training, preparing and acting in the event of a mine emergency requiring our assistance.  We also compete against professionals and other students at national events.

Eastern Collegiate Mine Rescue Organization Eastern Collegiate Mine Rescue Organization
Contact via the websiteUSA
SME ECMRO is a non-profit organization consisting of SME members, state employees, university/college staff, and experienced industry personnel.  ECMRO promotes an environment to develop knowledge, skills, and abilities of college engineering students, and re-enforces basic mine rescue principles, team work in any environment, and provide guidelines to promote collegiate mine rescue competition.

Holmes Mine Rescue Association Holmes Mine Rescue Association
Contact via the websiteUSA
The Mine Safety and Health Administration has sought, within the mining community, to address the gaps in mine emergency response, particularly those identified in recent tragedies.  At three mine rescue summits and several other events held with the mine rescue community on mine emergency response gaps, we have discussed the need for a national mine rescue structure to address many mine emergency response issues.  The re-establishment of Holmes as a national organization to support and provide needed guidance for mine rescue is the solution.

Mine Rescue Challenge Mine Rescue Challenge
Contact via the websiteAustralia
Australian group site created to share information on Mine Rescue teams, training, practices, equipment and challenges.  Like and subscribe to the "Events" page for notices about upcoming rescue events.

Missouri University of Science & Technology Mine Rescue Team Missouri University of Science & Technology Mine Rescue Team
Contact via the websiteUSA, Missouri
The MS&T Mine Rescue team was the first collegiate team to compete against industry, and we continue to compete against the best teams in the Nation.

Montana Tech Mine Rescue Montana Tech Mine Rescue
Contact via the websiteUSA, Montana
Montana Tech Mine Rescue is a student run organization that was developed to expose members to aspects of the Mining Industry keying on the safety of personnel.

National Mine Rescue Association National Mine Rescue Association
Contact via the websiteUSA
The mission of this association is for the advancement of the sciences and engineering practices related to the prevention and control of mine fires and explosions, the safety and effective methods of mine-rescue and recovery operations following mine fires and explosions, the professional improvement of its members, and the encouragement of social activity among persons who have been engaged in mine-rescue and recovery operations.

Ontario Mine Rescue Ontario Mine Rescue
Contact via the websiteCanada, Ontario
Ontario Mine Rescue, a part of Workplace Safety North (WSN), has trained and equipped thousands of volunteers who have fought fires, rescued injured personnel, and responded professionally to a wide array of incidents in the province's mines over the past eight decades.  Under the authority of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and headquartered in Sudbury, Ontario Mine Rescue staffs, equips and maintains a network of mine rescue stations across the province that ensure mines within a specified geographic area have adequate emergency response capability.

San Bernardino Cave and Technical Rescue Team San Bernardino Cave and Technical Rescue Team
Contact via the websiteUSA, California
The Sheriff’s Cave Rescue Team in San Bernardino County is the only formally organized, trained and equipped, agency-affiliated rescue team dedicated to cave rescue in the State of California.  The team was formed originally to serve as a dedicated response team for Mitchell Caverns State Park in 1988 and originally operated out of the Sheriff’s Colorado River Station in Needles, CA.  In 1993, the team was relocated to the Sheriff’s Morongo Basin Station and in 1995, it was moved once again to it’s current location at the Sheriff’s Department Headquarters in San Bernardino, CA., where it is administratively attached to the Sheriff’s Volunteer Forces Unit.

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Mine Rescue Team South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Mine Rescue Team
Contact via the websiteUSA, South Dakota
We are a group of students at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology dedicated to improving safety at mine sites.  Our mission is to improve safety conditions at mine sites and prepare future professionals to deal with challenges encountered during their employment.

Southern Illinois University Mine Rescue Team Southern Illinois University Mine Rescue Team
Contact via the websiteUSA, Illinois
Formed in 2015, the mine rescue training program at Southern Illinois University is dedicated to creating a culture of safety.  Founded in Carbondale in 1869 as Southern Illinois Normal College, Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC, usually referred to as SIU) is the flagship campus of the Southern Illinois University system and is the fourth oldest of Illinois's thirteen state universities.

Special Medical Response Team Special Medical Response Team
inquiries@smrteam.comUSA, Pennsylvania
The team is comprised of volunteer medical and non-medical personnel specialized in providing medical assistance in austere environments.

United State Mine Rescue Association United State Mine Rescue Association
Contact via the websiteWorldwide
The United States Mine Rescue Association has become the largest mine rescue organization in the world.  A long-time advocate for improved mine rescue training, the association membership has grown to more than 3,500.  Our membership currently represents 50 US states and territories and 77 foreign nations.  Some say we're the United Nations of Mine Rescue.

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