MSHA to place emphasis on three safety standards

May 22, 2017By and

There are three categories of safety standards the Mine Safety & Health Administration will be emphasizing this year.

MSHA and the new administration

May 10, 2017By

At Pit & Quarry’s annual roundtable, a topic of interest was potential changes coming to the Mine Safety & Health Administration.

MSHA launches safety initiative for isolated miners

May 2, 2017By

Five miners died in accidents this year when they were working alone, according to the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA).

How Trump’s 2-for-1 regulatory approach translates to mining

April 26, 2017By and

There is a great deal of uncertainty in Washington regarding how the new administration’s goal of reducing regulations will impact rulemaking moving forward.

MSHA to hold quarterly mine safety training call

April 20, 2017By

During the call, MSHA officials will review mining fatalities, as well as near misses, that have taken place since Jan. 1.

P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: Robert G. Bartlett

April 7, 2017By

Bartlett, the former Pennsylvania highway secretary, took the National Stone Association to new heights.

MSHA and the aggregate industry

April 3, 2017By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association’s Mike Johnson discusses the ongoing process to select the next assistant secretary of labor at the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA), the evolution of the aggregate industry’s relationship with MSHA, and more.

MSHA shares best practices to prevent falls

March 27, 2017By

The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) issued a safety alert to prevent falls at mining operations.