Mine and Quarry What We Do The Mine and Quarry Bureau enforces the 1975 Mine Safety and Health Act of North Carolina. The bureau provides education and training, technical assistance, and consultations and also helps mine and quarry operators to comply with the provisions of the 1977 Federal Mine Safety and Health Act. Bureau Contacts Main Office - Raleigh 919-707-7932 William Gerringer Bureau Chief 919-707-7930 Marcia Page Administrative Assistant 919-707-7931 Training and Services We Provide Mine and Quarry Training Schedule View and register for upcoming training opportunities for the mine and quarry industry. Topics may include first aid and CPR for miners, and Parts 46 and 48 safety and health training, among other relevant topics. PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19 and meeting location policies, class size is limited. First Aid and CPR training for miners Parts 46 and 48 safety and health training Safety and health instructor training institutes Explosives safety course Supervisor training Mine law schools Mine safety and health program consultation Mine safety and health evaluation (inspection) Technical assistance Education and training consultations Safety meetings Health surveys Accident and complaint investigations Assistance with training plans (Part 46 miner training program) Mine and Quarry Laws and Administrative Rules Mine Safety and Health Administrative Rules The N.C. Department of Labor adopts administrative rules, which provide further information regarding enforcement of the act. The rules for the Mine Safety and Health Act can be found at the Office of Administrative Hearings website. Mine Safety and Health Act The Mine and Quarry Bureau enforces the Mine Safety and Health Act to ensure that miners are properly trained and working in conditions and places of work free from recognized hazards.