• Massey Coal
    free will Question 1 Massey Energy Company should be held morally responsible for the deaths of the 29 miners. The U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration issued “too much” citations for the violations in the mines Massey Energy Company owned. The company always challenged several of the...
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  • What Should Be Prepared for Underground Mining Safety
    Modern underground mines have rigorous safety rules and precautions and mining companies require a great deal of on-the-job safety training. In addition, the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969 directed the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to study the causes of...
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  • Discussion
    in order to take the stress of the workers by giving them an opportunity to focus on safety. Many times the solution to a problem is the root of the problem. Not only was the mine being over-operated by workers who were not in the ideal category for doing this kind of work the migrants with rural...
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  • Chapter
    of the Safety Status of all mines of CIL on a computerised database report (SSR-I AND SSR –II) and thrust on rectification of deficiencies observed.   8. Training and retraining of the workers, supervisors and officials of the mine through VTC, HRD etc.     REVIEWING OF SAFETY STATUS OF COAL MINES...
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  • Save the Ailing Earth from Vehicular Pollution
    , Karnataka. During the Mines Safety Week celebrations, various competitions are held at both Zonal Level and the State Level for the workers of different mines covered under Mines Safety Association, Karnataka. The Company has won several prizes both at Zonal and State level competitions. MANGANESE...
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  • Work Practices
    DGFASLI • • • • Institutes awards Trains factory inspectors Conducts conferences,seminars,surveys General awareness by ads,visual aids etc. DGMS –mines CLC-construction workers act Factories act,1948 • Premier legislation • Safety is Welfare • Protection against -chemicals...
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  • Centralia No. 5
    officials of mine safety agencies and the mine company of the hazards on more than one occasion. Officers of the mine’s union had also pressed for the hazard to be corrected. Failure to take action to abate the hazard resulted in the loss of 111 hard working men who spent much of their lives mining coal...
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  • Black Lung
    and necrosis. Most commonly workers exposed to coal dust develop chronic bronchitis. Once the coal dust is in the lungs it is unable to be removed. Black lung was discovered by James C. Gregory when he did an autopsy on a recently deceases patient that had been working in the coal mines. He said...
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  • First class Mines Manager MMR1961 (R)
    2008 1. What are the parameters that affect waste dump stability? Describe the design methodology for a waste dump. How will you monitor the stability of waste dump slopes? 2. What is Safety Audit? How will you conduct a Safety Audit in your mine? What are the possible benefits of such an audit...
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  • Landmines
    Chilean Copper Mines BCOM275 March 22, 2012 Mr. Dale Harrington Chilean Copper Mines “Our responsibility is to prevent these kinds of accidents. And if the owners don't comply with safety regulations for their workers, we have to punish them drastically," said the lawyer who took...
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  • Outsourcing in Industry - Concern for Safety
    practices and procedures may also greatly enhanced mine worker health and safety. The enhancement of mining workplace health and safety requires the recognition that mining remains hazardous and that vigilance in addressing the hazards can never be relaxed. Miner health and safety are major concerns...
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  • Report on Labour Dispute
    the then existing unsatisfactory mining conditions, violation of mine safety laws, industrial unrest, lack of investment in mine development, mechanisation etc. and aiming to meet the long range coal requirements of our country, the Government on 1.5.1973, nationalized the coal mines and a public...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report
    Week 4: Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report Monique Carr BCOM/275 February 21, 2013 Instructor: Yuvonne Richmond Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report In the article that I had to research called “Over 30 workers...
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  • Knowing Your Audience
    deaths and mine collapses. Knowing this information it is important for the company to take into account what their workers may have wanted or needed in the past and then follow that by taking action and keeping their word. The company basically has not addressed any of those safety concerns either...
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  • Mine Disasters
    most dangerous mine hazards, increased emphasis on protection of miners health, greater involvement of miners or their representatives in processes affecting worker' health and safety, and improved procedures for assessing and collecting civil penalties imposed for violating mine health...
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  • Health and Safety
    available Mining in Ontario 3000 miners mining gold Nickel mine in Sudbury Diamond mines Salt mines – Godrich, Windsor Gravel mines 30 000 workers that work in mines First Criminal Health and Safety Negligence Conviction 2010 Quebec landscaping company owner found guilty Backhoe driven by...
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  • Safety at Work
    Act, 1948, amended in 1954, 1970, 1976, 1987 Mines Act, 1952 Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act, 1986 Plantation Labour Act, 1951 Explosives Act, 1884 Petroleum Act, 1934 Insecticide Act, 1968 Indian Boilers Act, 1923 Indian Electricity Act, 1910 Dangerous Machines (Regulations) Act, 1983 Indian Atomic Energy Act, 1962 Radiological Protection Rules, 1971 Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989...
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  • Trapped Minors
    send my apologies too. This turn of events made this company realize that there needs to be more safety features add to the mines. This company cannot put miners life's at risk like this and have them stuck underground for several days. In the future this company will have all safety features up...
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  • Coal Industry in India
    knowledge, was it the subordinate officials’ paucity of proper supervision or was it the lack of adequate attention of the mine-owners and mine-managers to the workerssafety concerns? In his report of 1912, the Chief Inspector of Mines coined categories of accidents for example those due to misadventure...
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  • Workers Tapped
    “Over 30 workers tapped after Chilean copper mine collapse” When dealing with a variety of people in the audiences as well a crisis you need to know what to say and when to say it without frighten everyone involved. On August 5, the San Jose Mine, a small copper operation in...
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