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SEARCH the Fatality Archive Database of the Accident

Coal Fatality Reports have been compiled from various sources including state reports of fatal accidents that occurred in the underground and surface coal mines in the United States from 1840 to the present. Early holdings are incomplete at this time. The material in this collection, for the most part, is the official report of the accident.

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Coal Mining Accidents and Safety Records Danger in Coal

Aug 23, 2010· Industry Safety /// 3 Coal Mining Dangers And How to Fix Them /> During late March 2010, federal inspectors tested the Upper Big Branch Mine in Raleigh County, W.Va., for explosive levels of coal

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Data & Reports Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

Browse our Reports page to find reports about accidents, injuries, employment and coal production totals. Data Sources & Calculators. Access a broad range of mine safety and health data including information about mine inspections, accidents, injuries, illnesses, violations, employment, production totals, air sampling, and more.

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Records of the U.S. Bureau of Mines National Archives

70.14 RECORDS OF THE FEDERAL COAL MINE SAFETY BOARD OF REVIEW 1952-70. History: Established by the Federal Coal Mine Safety Act (66 Stat. 692), July 16, 1952, as a quasi-judicial body to decide coal operators' appeals of actions of federal mine inspectors or of the Director of the Bureau of Mines pursuant to the act. Deactivated March 30, 1970

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Coal Mining Fatality Statistics: 1900-2019

U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) 201 12th Street S, Suite 401 Arlington, VA 22202-5450 msha.gov TTY 202-693-9400

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CDC Mining Mining Disasters: 1839 to present NIOSH

Mine Disasters, OT 32, 2000 (MSHA) 1998-present, MSHA Fatalgrams and Fatality Reports; Newspaper article citations from the archives at the National Mine Health and Safety Academy Library, Beckley, West Virginia (Historical Mining Disasters by Jane DeMarchi) Historical Data on Mine Disasters

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Fatality Reports Mine Safety and Health Administration

Mine Safety and Health Administration 201 12th St S Suite 401 Arlington, VA 22202-5450 msha.gov TTY 202-693-9400

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Mine Accidents and Disasters Department of Mineral Resources

Since the first accidents were reported in 1904, many mine workers in the South African mining industry and the world have lost their lives because of mining accidents. In terms of Chapter 23 of the Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996 (Act 29 of 1996),as amended, employers must report accidents aand dangerous occurence that occur at a mine

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Web: UK, Coal Mining Accidents and Deaths Index, 1878-1935

About Web: UK, Coal Mining Accidents and Deaths Index, 1878-1935 Note: All data in this third-party database was obtained from the source’s website. Ancestry does not support or make corrections or changes to the original database.

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SEARCH the Fatality Archive Database of the Accident

Coal Fatality Reports have been compiled from various sources including state reports of fatal accidents that occurred in the underground and surface coal mines in the United States from 1840 to the present. Early holdings are incomplete at this time. The material in this collection, for the most part, is the official report of the accident.

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Coal Mining Fatality Statistics: 1900-2019

U.S. Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) 201 12th Street S, Suite 401 Arlington, VA 22202-5450 msha.gov TTY 202-693-9400

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CDC Mining MSHA Data File Downloads NIOSH

Introduction. Data files on mining accidents, injuries, fatalities, employment, production, etc., are collected by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) under Part 50 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations. Original raw data files are released periodically to the public on the MSHA web site.As a convenience, NIOSH has converted MSHA data to SPSS (includes labels and coding

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Fatality Reports Mine Safety and Health Administration

Mine Safety and Health Administration 201 12th St S Suite 401 Arlington, VA 22202-5450 msha.gov TTY 202-693-9400

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Mining Accidents: A Look Beyond the Headlines Casey Research

Nov 17, 2014· China is by no means alone in having a relatively poor mining safety record, with countries like India, Afghanistan, and Turkey trailing close behind. In particular, Turkey relatively recently experienced a horrific coal mining accident at Soma, which resulted in

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ArcelorMittal Princeton’s Mine 43 boasts impressive safety

ArcelorMittal Princeton is a coal mining operation in West Virginia that specializes in surface and underground mining of coal to produce coke and pulverized coal injection (PCI) coal. The majority is used at ArcelorMittal facilities. As of September 1, 2020, Deep Mine 43 has gone 475 days without a lost time incident (LTI).

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Accidents Pennsylvania Mines and Mining Library Guides

Nov 20, 2020· The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) maintains list chronological listing of major mining incidents for the United States. Chart lists date, mine name, city, state, number killed, mining sector (coal, limestone, etc.) and type of accident (explosion, fire, etc.). NIOSH also has data and charts related to mining

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Coal Miner Records Pennsylvania Historical & Museum

Anthracite Region Mine Accident Report Registers, 1961-1965, 1968-1975, {series #66.2}. [series is continued from RG-45] (2 volumes) Arranged chronologically by date of accident. Bituminous Coal Records. Record Group 7, Records of the General Assembly . Department of Mines Expense Account Book, 1909-1912, {series #7.40}. (1 volume)

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Web: UK, Coal Mining Accidents and Deaths Index, 1878-1935

About Web: UK, Coal Mining Accidents and Deaths Index, 1878-1935 Note: All data in this third-party database was obtained from the source’s website. Ancestry does not support or make corrections or changes to the original database.

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Mine Accidents and Disasters Department of Mineral Resources

Since the first accidents were reported in 1904, many mine workers in the South African mining industry and the world have lost their lives because of mining accidents. In terms of Chapter 23 of the Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996 (Act 29 of 1996),as amended, employers must report accidents aand dangerous occurence that occur at a mine

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Mine Accident and Fatality Resources by State

In order for a miner to have his name on the memorial he had to have died in a coal mine accident or from injuries received in a coal mine accident in Carbon County. Currently there are 1,350 miners listed on the memorial with two additional names to be added. Miners' Memorial Documentation ; Miners' Memorial Alphabetical List of Miners Killed

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Mineral Resources releases 2018 Mine Health and Safety

Mar 01, 2019· Statement on the 2018 Mine Health and Safety Statistics, delivered by Chief Inspector of Mines, Mr David Msiza. Thank you for the opportunity to address you on the release of the 2018 occupational health and safety statistics for the mining industry. Health and safety remain integral to the long term sustainability of the sector.

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Report: 24 US mining deaths in 2019, the lowest number

Jan 30, 2020· Pennsylvania had two coal mining deaths in 2019, and there was one in Illinois. Coal fatalities have dropped drastically over the last decade, in part due to a decline in Appalachian mining.

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Colorado Mine Accident Index: Fatal and Non-Fatal

Historical Summary of Mine Disasters in the United States, 1810-1998, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration, National Mine Health and Safety Academy (1998) (Denver Public Library Reference L38.2:H62/SUM./V.1-3; Arthur Lakes Library at CO School of Mines U.S.

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