WIT Press


Safe Development Of Coal Mine Enterprises Based On Endogenous Growth Theory

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/RAV090061

Volume

127

Pages

9

Page Range

65 - 73

Published

2009

Size

406 kb

Author(s)

X. J. Li

Abstract

Securing a safe environment is a big issue for workplaces to tackle. Among the casualties in industries of all kinds, accidents in coal mines are the most serious. Starting from the angle of economics, Endogenous Growth Theory was used as the analysis tool in this paper in the hope of finding some solutions to eliminate hazardous elements in coal mines. Based on the analysis, coal enterprises’ safe and steady development must rely on human resources and staff development. As coal enterprises are highly dangerous, staff can ensure safe production of coal mines. Without qualified staff, safety cannot be guaranteed. Then, from the angle of trainers, including government, education departments, and enterprises, and the angle of trainees, including undergraduate students, employees and the public, the paper discusses how individual trainers departments should collaborate with each other to accomplish their duties to cultivate trainees, thus to build a multi-channel system of training staff. Keywords: coal mine safety, Endogenous Growth Theory, multi-channel, human capital.

Keywords

coal mine safety, Endogenous Growth Theory, multi-channel, human capital