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MSHA uncovers 242 violations at 18 US mines

The US Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), a branch of the Department of Labor, discovered the violation during its routine impact inspections.

 MSHA began conducting impact inspections in 2010. Photo: MSHA

MSHA began conducting impact inspections in 2010. Photo: MSHA

During the MSHA's June impact inspections, 242 violations were identified at 18 mine sites in Alabama, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, West...

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