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Msha Quarterly Report

report employment to MSHA quarterly on Form 7000–2, and that coal mine operators and independent contractors also report coal production. Accident, injury, and illness data, when correlated with employment and production data, provide information that MSHA uses to improve its safety and health enforcement programs, focus its education

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  • DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment and Coal …

    report employment to MSHA quarterly on Form 7000–2, and that coal mine operators and independent contractors also report coal production. Accident, injury, and illness data, when correlated with employment and production data, provide information that MSHA uses to improve its safety and health enforcement programs, focus its education

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  • Weekly Coal Production by State

    The revised estimates (not shaded) include the most recent MSHA data available as of the release date of the table. Most recent MSHA data available are for the second quarter of 2020. Weekly coal production estimation methodology. Comparison Model Performance vs Actual. Revised and original estimates (weekly and monthly) Historical data files

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  • 30 CFR Part 50 Coal and Metal and Nonmetal Entry Level ...

    incomplete reporting on the Quarterly Mine Employment and Coal Production Report (Form 7000-2) or on the Mine Accident, Injury and Illness Report (Form 7000-1) causes additional unnecessary work for both MSHA employees and mine operators. Failure to report may result in …

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  • Weekly Coal Production by State

    The revised estimates (not shaded) include the most recent MSHA data available as of the release date of the table. Most recent MSHA data available are for the second quarter of 2020. Weekly coal production estimation methodology. Comparison Model Performance vs Actual. Revised and original estimates (weekly and monthly) Historical data files

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  • MSHA NEEDS TO IMPROVE EFFORTS TO PROTECT COAL …

    MSHA's silica sampling protocols may be too infrequent to be sufficiently protective. Since MSHA is required by the MINE Act to inspect underground coal mines quarterly and surface mines semiannually, MSHA only sampled mines for silica levels during these periodic inspections. However, silica levels fluctuate frequently.

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