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CDC Mining Data & Statistics NIOSH

The NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts are interactive graphs, maps, and tables for the U.S. mining industry that show data over multiple or single years. Users can select a variety of breakdowns for statistics, including number of active mines in each sector by year; number of employees and employee hours worked by sector; fata and nonfatal injury counts and rates by sector and accident class.

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CDC Mining Coal Operator Mining Facts 2003 NIOSH

Coal mines comprised 13.7% of all mining operations. A total of 70,241 employees, corresponding to 75,425 full-time equivalent (FTE) employees, were reported by coal mine operators to MSHA. This represents a 4.0% decrease in FTE employees from 2002. Twenty-two work-related fatalities occurred among coal operator employees in 2003, compared to 20 in 2002. There were 3,322 nonfatal lost

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CDC Mining Coal Operator Mining Facts 2002 NIOSH

Coal mines comprised 14.2% of all mining operations. A total of 74,559 employees, corresponding to 78,601 full-time equivalent (FTE) employees, were reported by coal mine operators to MSHA. This represents a 2.8% decrease in FTE employees from 2001. Twenty (20) work-related fatalities occurred among coal operator employees in 2002, compared to 36 in 2001. There were 3,877 nonfatal lost

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CDC Mining Coal Operator Mining Facts 2007 NIOSH

Coal mines comprised 13.7% of all mining operations. This 2007 mining fact sheet covers statistics of general interest relating to surface and underground coal mining operations, workers, fatalities, nonfatal lost-time injuries, and occupational illness.

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Active mining operations, 2018 NIOSH CDC

CDC; NIOSH; Mining; Data & Statistics; NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts; Active mining operations, 2018. Keywords: Mine operators. Coal operator (n=1,191) Metal operator (n=295) Nonmetal operator (n=905) Stone operator (n=4,356) Sand & Gravel operator (n=6,299) N=13,046; Loading Coal operator (n=1,191) Metal operator (n=295) Nonmetal operator (n=905) Stone operator

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Active mining operations, 2018 NIOSH CDC

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Occupational mining fatalities, 2018 NIOSH CDC

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Mine operator employees, 2018 NIOSH CDC

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Occupational mining fatalities, 2018 NIOSH CDC

CDC; NIOSH; Mining; Data & Statistics; NIOSH Mine and Mine Worker Charts; Occupational mining fatalities, 2018. Keywords: Fatalities. Coal operator (n=11) Metal operator (n=2) Nonmetal operator (n=0) Stone operator (n=5) Sand & Gravel operator (n=6) Coal contractor (n=1) Noncoal contractor (n=2) N=27 ; Loading Coal operator (n=11) Metal operator (n=2) Nonmetal operator (n=0) Stone operator

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NIOSH Mining Safety and Health Research 26.9%). Noncoal contractors had the highest fatality rate (33.3), followed by coal operators (31.2), coal contractors (28.0), and metal operators (21.1) per 100,000 FTE workers. The fatality rate at underground work locations was 47.2 per 100,000 FTE workers (n=27; 40.3%) compared to the lower rate at surface locations of 16.1 (n=40; 59.7%). Nonfatal

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NIOSH Mining Safety and Health Research fact employee hours were for mine operator employees (80.0%) as opposed to independent contractor employees (20.0%). 3. Coal operators were the mining sector5 reporting the most underground worker employee hours to MSHA (n=84,475,287; 73.8%). Fatalities: Of the 67 occupational mining fatalities reported to MSHA in 2007, 27 occurred at

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CDC Blogs NIOSH Science Blog black lung Continuous Personal Dust Monitor. Until recently, underground coal miners and mine operators had little way of knowing—in real time—if miners were being exposed to hazardous levels of respirable coal dust during their shifts.

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NIOSH Mining Safety and Health Research fact sheet ; were reported by sand and gravel mine operators. 1. Within the mining sectors, sand and gravel mine operator employees accounted for 11.4% of all employee hours reported to MSHA. Fatalities: Five work-related fatalities occurred among sand and gravel operator employees in 2007. This compared to six fatalities in 2006. 1. The sand and

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Work-Related Lung Disease Surveillance System

The Coal Workers' Health Surveillance Program (CWHSP), formerly known as the Coal Workers' X-Ray Surveillance Program (CWXSP), is a NIOSH-administered occupational health program initially mandated by the Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969. The primary objective of the CWHSP is to screen miners for coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP). Since 1970, coal mine operators have been required to

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"In 2004, 14,478 mining operations reported employment statistics to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Almost half (48.9%) were sand and gravel mines, followed by stone mines (30.4%), coal mines (13.9%), nonmetal mines (5.1%), and metal mines (1.7%). There were 223,078 mine operator employees, or 230,860 full-time equivalent (FTE) workers reported. Employee hours for

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Illinois Basin coal operators have been successful in reducing the number of rock fall injuries in recent years. NIOSH has documented best practices for screen installation which has resulted in safe, efficient operations. Other solutions to skin failure include: the use of denser five bolts per row patterns to reduce spans between bolts, systematic supplemental support in intersections

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CDC Mining Sand and Gravel Operator Mining Facts,In 2004, a total of 7,074 sand and gravel mining operations reported employment to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Sand and gravel mines were the . CDC Mining Noise Assessment of Stone/Aggregate Mines The U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is conducting a cross-sectional survey

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The History and Future of NIOSH Morgantown | Blogs

21/04/2014· The Coal Act mandated a range of measures to protect coal miners, including limits on coal mine dust exposures and a program providing medical screening with chest radiographs to coal miners at operators’ expense. After the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act was passed in 1970 (creating both NIOSH and OSHA) ALFORD became part of NIOSH

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