moving mine

moving mine

The collective description of mines, such as drifting, oscillating, creeping, mobile, rising, homing, and bouquet mines.
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Sales executive Stephanie, 23, whose 30-year-old boyfriend Steve Powell is also part of the syndicate, added: "My car was blocked in the drive by my boyfriend Steve's, so to save time I made him drive me to buy a ticket instead of moving mine.
While MSHA and the mining industry have made a number of improvements and have been moving mine safety in the right direction, these deaths, particularly those in the metal and nonmetal industry, makes clear the need to do more to protect our nation's miners, " said Assistant Secretary of Labor for Mine Safety and Health Joseph Main in late January.
Clark attributed that to workers taking care of some of the easier problems, such as capping or moving mine tailings so that water can't wash through and move the toxic metals into streams.
While we have made a number of improvements and have been moving mine safety in the right direction, the increased number of metal/nonmetal deaths makes clear we need to do more to protect our nation's miners.
While more needs to be done to protect the nation's miners, we are moving mine safety in the right direction.
Because of the hazards associated with moving mine tailings, employees must undergo 40 hours of special training through OSHA called HAZWOPER before beginning work, he said.
While MSHA and the entire mining community have made a number of improvements and have been moving mine safety in the right direction in the past few years, the increased number of fatalities in 2013 makes it clear that we need to do more to protect our nation's miners from injury, illness and death," Main said.
These efforts are some of the many in the mining industry that are moving mine safety in the right direction so that miners can go to work, put in their shift and return home to their families safe and healthy at the end of each shift.
Despite a number of challenges confronting the mining industry over the past two and a half years, including the worst coal mine disaster in four decades, the actions being taken by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) are making a positive difference and moving mine safety and health in the right direction.
I believe these actions and initiatives are making a positive difference overall and moving mine safety and health in the right direction.