Former Mine Regulators Criticize Msha Bar

Massey Energy says that two former, high-ranking federal mining regulators, David Lauriski, former assistant secretary of labor for the Mine Safety and Health Administration, and former MSHA Deputy Administrator Michael Lawless agree that MSHA has exceeded its legal authority by barring Massey from photographing and conducting other tests at its Upper Big Branch mine

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Msha'S Main Testifies On Mine Bill

Administration safety leaders testified at a recent House Education and Labor Committee hearing on H.R. 5663, the Miner Safety and Health Act of 2010

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Aims 2010 Third International Symposium

More than 380 participants from 32 countries attended the third international symposium Mineral Resources and Mine Development of the Aachen International Mining Symposia (AIMS) series at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany in late May

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Msha Offers Mine Safety Grants

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration will hold a competition for $500,000 in safety and health training grants to help identify, avoid and prevent unsafe working conditions in and around mines

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Lakes Limestone Trade Up 29% In June

Shipments of limestone on the Great Lakes totaled 3.9 million net tons in June, an increase of 6.2% compared with May, and an increase of 29% compared with a year ago

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