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J. Brett Harvey Award

Honoring Outstanding Safety Milestones


The J. Brett Harvey safety award is named after CONSOL's chief executive officer and recognizes sites that have shown exemplary safety performance above and beyond the criteria established by past company safety awards. The award was named after Harvey in recognition of his work to develop CONSOL's Absolute ZERO safety philosophy, which the company continues to build upon every day. Since the award's establishment in 2008, it has been presented six times to operations that have exceeded one million man hours worked without a lost-time accident. These operations include Fola Coal Mine and Preparation Plant (twice), CNX Gas Operations (twice), CNX Land Operations and Enlow Fork Coal Mine.


Enlow Fork Mine Achieves 1 Million Man Hours at ZERO

From February 9, 2012 through August 30, 2012, CONSOL Energy's Enlow Fork Mine accomplished an incredible milestone of one million man hours incident free. Such a feat was once deemed impossible for underground mining operations. The 724 employees of Enlow Fork Mine demonstrated that a culture of safety embraced by an entire workforce can accomplish great things. For nearly seven months and with nearly 7 million tons of coal produced, this operation operated safely and productively at ZERO. This achievement not only provides an example for future generation at CONSOL Energy, but for the entire industry.

Watch the videos below to learn more about CONSOL Energy, the employees who work at its Enlow Fork Mine and their commitment to the company's number one core value.