Mine Safety and Health Administration has cited the Upper Big Branch mine more than 100 times for violations, including failing to control methane levels with adequate ventilation.
What does MSHA stand for?
MSHA stands for Mine Safety and Health Administration (US DOL; est. 1978)
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We have 45 other meanings of MSHA in our Acronym Attic
- Mannose-Sensitive Hemagglutinin
- Maryland State Highway Administration
- Master of Science in Health Administration
- Michigan School Health Association
- Michigan Society of Hospital Attorneys
- Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association
- Midnight Sun Hockey Association (Alaska, USA)
- Midwest State Highway Agency
- Mine Safety and Health Act of 1969
- Mine Safety and Health Administration
- Mining Safety and Health Act of 1977
- Minnesota Saddlebred Horse Association
- Minnesota State Handball Association
- Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association
- Missouri Speech Language Hearing Association
- Missouri State Handball Association
- Montana State Houndsmen Association
- Mountain States Health Alliance
- Master of Science in Health Administration Informatics
- Multi-Sectoral HIV/AIDS Programme
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Mine Safety and Health Administration, according to the Charleston Gazette's Ken Ward Jr.
Since taking office in 2001, the administration has brought in mining industry insiders to stack the Mine Safety and Health Administration and the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission.
Bush appointed a top executive of a mining company, David Lauriski (sounds like risky), to head the Mine Safety and Health Administration, a man who prior to his appointment had proposed a measure allowing coal-dust levels to rise substantially in mines.
Flynn, who represents West Virginia federal employees, also praised the federal inspectors of the Mine Safety and Health Administration for their efforts to ensure mine safety in spite of institutional challenges.
Federal court cases include all Supreme Court and appeals court decisions and all district court decisions involving Mine Safety and Health Administration.
partnered with Natural Resources Canada (NRC) and a number of academic institutions and mining industry players, including the Mine Safety and Health Administration and Placer Dome Inc.
Although no excess mortality rate in lung cancer has been observed between miners working in mines with diesel and those without, the Mine Safety and Health Administration is considering regulating levels of diesel exhaust.