We need to do something different’: MSHA stakeholder call focuses on improved training June 15, 2021 Arlington, VA — Seven of the 15 fatal on-the-job injuries among miners to date
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MSHA Announces New Guidelines on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 By Donna Pryor on Mar 11, 2021 One year into the pandemic, MSHA has released new guidance to
Biden appoints Jennette Galanis as acting head of MSHA February 18, 2021 JOE BIDEN MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION SAFETY LEADERSHIP Washington — President Joe Biden on Feb. 1 named
MINE FATALITY – On Jan. 16, 2021, a miner was fatally injured while using a tool to remove a down-the-hole hammer. The drill motor turned unexpectedly, pinning the driller’s leg
COVID-19 has not derailed the "One MSHA Initiative," MSHA's effort to blur the "distinction between coal and metal/non-metal enforcement for more efficient use of resources." That's not a surprise, given
Confined space accidents prompt MSHA alert By Kevin Yanik| October 19, 2020 The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) issued a safety alert regarding confined spaces. According to MSHA, three