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The first mining regulation was passed in 1891, and it required mines in U.S. territories to have minimal ventilation and banned employing children less than 12 years of age. Regulation of mines gradually increased between the first legislation and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. The 2006 amendment required specific emergency planning, regulations for mine rescue teams and more serious civil penalties for violating its rules.

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The first mining regulation was passed in 1891, and it required mines in U.S. territories to have minimal ventilation and banned employing children less than 12 years of age. Regulation of mines gradually increased between the first legislation and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. The 2006 amendment required specific emergency planning, regulations for mine rescue teams and more serious civil penalties for violating its rules.

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  • The first mining regulation was passed in 1891, and it required mines in U.S. territories to have minimal ventilation and banned employing children less than 12 years of age. Regulation of mines gradually increased between the first legislation and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. The 2006 amendment required specific emergency planning, regulations for mine rescue teams and more serious civil penalties for violating its rules.

    Read more: Definition of MSHA | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_6878216_definition-msha.html#ixzz1E8T1X1RX
  • 1.A death of an individual at a mine;
    2.An injury to an individual at a mine which has a reasonable potential to cause death;
    3.An entrapment of an individual for more than thirty minutes;
    4.An unplanned inundation of a mine by a liquid or gas;
    5.An unplanned ignition or explosion of gas or dust;
    6.An unplanned mine fire not extinguished within 30 minutes of discovery;
    7.An unplanned ignition or explosion of a blasting agent or an explosive;
    8.An unplanned roof fall at or above the anchorage zone in active workings where roof bolts are in use; or, an unplanned roof or rib fall in active workings that impairs ventilation or impedes passage;
    9.A coal or rock outburst that causes withdrawal of miners or which disrupts regular mining activity for more than one hour;
    10.An unstable condition at an impoundment, refuse pile, or culm bank which requires emergency action in order to prevent failure, or which causes individuals to evacuate an area; or, failure of an impoundment, refuse pile or culm bank;
    11.Damage to hoisting equipment in a shaft or slope which endangers an individual or which interferes with use of the equipment for more than thirty minutes; and
    12.An event at a mine which causes death or bodily injury to an individual not at the mine at the time the event occurs.[6]Additionally, the Mine Safety and Health Act authorizes the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to develop recommendations for mine health standards for the Mine Safety and Health Administration; administer a medical surveillance program for miners, including chest X-rays to detect pneumoconiosis (black lung disease) in coal miners; conduct on-site investigations in mines; and test and certify personal protective equipment and hazard-measurement instruments.[7]Statistical analyses performed by MSHA show that between 1990 and 2004, the industry cut the rate of injuries (a measure comparing the rate of incidents to overall number of employees or hours worked) by more than half and fatalities by two-thirds following three prior decades of steady improvement.[citation needed
     
      Mine Safety and Health Administration

    Mining is regulated by MSHA, which employs nearly one safety inspector for every four coal mines. Underground coal mines are thoroughly inspected at least four times annually by MSHA inspectors. In addition, miners can report violations, and request additional inspections. Miners with such concerns for their work safety cannot be penalized with any threat to the loss of employment.
    Immediately reportable accidents and injuries are:

     

    The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) is an agency of the United States Department of Labor which administers the provisions of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 (Mine Act) to enforce compliance with mandatory safety and health standards as a means to eliminate fatal accidents, to reduce the frequency and severity of nonfatal accidents, to minimize health hazards, and to promote improved safety and health conditions in the nation's mines.[1] MSHA carries out the mandates of the Mine Act at all mining and mineral processing operations in the United States, regardless of size, number of employees, commodity mined, or method of extraction. Currently, Joe Main is the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Mine Safety and Health, and the head of MSHA.

    MSHA is organized into several divisions.[2] The Coal Mine Safety and Health division is divided into 11 districts covering coal mining in different portions of the United States. The Metal-Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health division covers 6 regions of the United States.

     

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