Objective: Concerning the nature of mining, miners a re more likely to suffer from different damages including burnout, which may damage the organization, besides its p hysical and mental damages to individuals. Social support a nd job satisfaction, on the other hand, can decrease burnout in the workplace. The present paper aims to identify the level of social support, job satisfaction and burnout among miners. Methods: This investigation was a descriptive and analytical, cross-sectional study. 250 out of 700 miners working at Bafq’sIron OreMine were selected randomly to participate in t his study. To collect data, Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and Adolescent Family Caring Scale (AFCS), besides some items on demographic characteristics and job satisfaction were used. The collected data were analyzed using SPSS Software, version 16, operating descriptive analysis and p earson Correlation Test, T-test, and Regression analysis. Findings: The mean age of miners was 34.73±6.83. 90% of them were married and native residents. More than 70% of the subjects had mild emotional exhaustion and depersonalization, however, reduced sense of personal a ccomplishment was severe among more than 70% of workers. There was a significant correlation between burnout level and social support and its three dimensions P<0.05.