The Rocky Mountain Mining Institute
A Leader In The Industry Since 1912
RMMI is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the promotion of western mining through education. The Institute is proud to claim members from throughout the United States and Canada. Membership is diverse and includes individuals from both surface and underground mines, equipment manufacturers, service/supply firms, utilities, law firms, government, universities and colleges, financial institutions, and others interested in supporting the industry.
We have a Members Only area that allows you to enter the site, change or add to your personal data; find other members by name, by company, or by state or zip code; and pay your renewal each year. The Bylaws, Policies and Procedures, and Antitrust information are available for you by request.
Presentations given at conferences and regional meetings are available to attendees.
Guests and Members entering the RMMI site can see all upcoming events for the Institute. All meeting information will be available as well as online registration links.
You may apply for membership and you may see an overview of the Institute history, the Scholarship program, the Mine Rescue program, and the Short Course class. Links to other organizations within the industry are also available.
We hope you enjoy the site and find it useful. If you have any suggestions or comments please feel free to contact the Institute.
The Rocky Mountain Mining Institute has embraced the charter member's original purpose since its founding in 1912. These ideals have evolved into the present non-profit corporation. As a professional association comprised of individuals, and supported by companies, our mission is to:
Promote exceptional safety processes, behavior, performance, and results through training, benchmarking, and evaluation.
Advance the future of mining through education, environmental stewardship, professional development, and public relations.
Provide practical training and academic programs to the members, public, and other stakeholders.
Provide opportunities for professional networking, mentorship, and business development.
Recognize the importance and value the family plays in supporting the members of the mining industry.
The Institute is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board consists of the President, President-Elect, Administrative Liaison Officer, Chairman of the Advisory Board, Immediate Past President, three 3-year Directors, and three 2-year Regional Directors. The Executive Director and Treasurer are nonvoting members of the Board.