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MSHA Reports Ninth Fatality of the Year

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) reported that on Oct. 2, a 40-year-old miner with 20 years of experience was fatally injured when struck by stemming sand ejected from a borehole.

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MSHA Scofflaw Program Reclaims Unpaid Safety and Health Fines

Seven months after taking action to strengthen enforcement efforts regarding delinquent fines and mine violations, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) announced that 49 mine operators have either taken steps to enter into payment agreements or satisfied their delinquent debts, resulting in $5.2 million in recovered fines.

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Lehigh Hanson’s Cadomin Plant Receives Quarry Life Award

In more than 1,000 quarries and pits worldwide, HeidelbergCement is committed to managing biodiversity during and after extraction by promoting a high diversity of local flora and fauna.

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Divided Government

Here Are Some Mine Safety Law Predictions For 2019-2020.

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