MSHA has awarded $10,537,000 in grant funding to reduce mining accidents, injuries, and illnesses by supporting safety and health courses, and other programs. The awards were made to 47 states, the Navajo Nation, Guam, and Native Village of Barrow.
CEMEX USA teamed up with BikeHouston, The League of American Bicyclists and Harris County Pct. 5 Constable’s Office Saturday for an event aimed at increasing safety awareness on the streets by providing cyclists and pedestrians the opportunity to see what is visible from a driver’s perspective.
Routine inspections in the fall can prevent costly repairs in the future Winter is right around the corner. With the changing seasons comes freeze and thaw cycles, falling pine needles and leaves, organic growth and harsh weather conditions that can wreak havoc on a building or structure’s exterior if not maintained properly.
by Jon M. Casey When people think of what takes place in a quarry operation, two of the most obvious conditions that come to mind are dust and noise. The dust and noise of the blasting, the loaders, the haul trucks and the screen plants, is a given.
by Jon M. Casey Attorney Patrick Dennison, belongs to the Occupational Safety and Health Practice Group as well as the Coal and Oil and Gas Industry Group at Jackson Kelly, PLLC, in Pittsburgh, PA, was a featured speaker at the 2017 Northeast Mine Safety and Health Conference in Columbus, Ohio in early April.