Msha Moving To Overhaul Pov Program

The Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration will begin using a new screening criteria for the pattern of violations enforcement program

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Labor Sec. Addresses Mining Association

U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis spoke last week at the National Mining Association's executive board meeting

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Trip Studies Road Conditions

Twenty-four percent of the nation’s major metropolitan roads have pavements in poor condition, resulting in rough rides and costing the average urban motorist $402 annually in additional vehicle operating costs, according to a new report by TRIP, a national transportation research group

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Commercial Construction Economic Summit In Pa.

The current state of the economy has greatly impacted the construction and design. Industry executives point to the unwillingness of lenders to finance new projects

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Msha Wins Ruling In Massey Energy Case

An administrative law Judge with the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission ruled in favor of the Mine Safety and Health Administration in a legal challenge filed last June by Massey Energy’s Performance Coal

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