Tag:Mine Safety and Health Administration
MSHA Releases Report Into Death of Two Killed in 2011 Ohio County Mine Accident
MSHA Targets 43 Former Massey Mines in Huge Inspection Blitz
Mine Operators Continue to Give Advance Warning of Inspections, Despite Heightened Enforcement
MSHA Cites Six Kentucky Surface Mines in February Impact Inspections
MSHA Cites Four Kentucky Mines in January Impact Inspections
MSHA Finishes Upper Big Branch Investigation, Blames Massey Safety Lapses
Chief White to Leave Louisville, Two Workers Killed in Ohio County Mine Accident, Larger Voter Turnout Projected in Louisville Than Kentucky’s Average: Afternoon Review
Men Trapped in Ohio County Mine Accident Worked for Company With Previous Violations
Inspectors Continue to Discover Problems at Harlan County Mine
MSHA ‘Potential Pattern of Violations Status’ Contrary to What Law Intended, Attorney Says
Attica Scott to Represent District One, House Says EPA Can’t Regulate Coal Ash, Kentucky Coal Mine Flagged As Unsafe: Afternoon Review
MSHA Places Kentucky Coal Mine on ‘Potential Pattern of Violations’ Status
Federal Government Cites Five Kentucky Mines in August Inspections
MSHA Blames Coal Company for Death of Martin County Miner